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Thailand Tour 2018: India U16 vs Bangkok Glass FC U17, Live Match Updates

Indian U16 2-2 Bangkok Glass FC U17; Full Time
Updated: 17 July 2018 16:27 IST - Published: 17 July 2018 13:17 IST
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FT: After looking lacklusture in the first half, the Indian colts showed strong character to pull the game back on level terms. The win will give the boys a boost in confident as they look to take the positives from the match back home. 
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90' It's all over as the thriller of a match comes to end with both teams sharing spoils at 2-2.  
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86' GOoooaa!! And more drama!!
Ravi has stepped up to the occasion as he makes it 2-2 for the India U 16s. A win doesn't look that far-stretched now!
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85' The Indian colts with a newfound confidence after the goal. Can they find the equalizer and script a comeback? 
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83' Goooooaall!!

Late drama in the match as we approach the final few minutes of the game. Ricky with a clinical finish to pull a goal back for the Indian U-16s. Score: 2-1.
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74' Chance!!
Danu's shot is saved by the opposition custodian. But the rebound ends up with Vikram, who hits the woodwork.
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70' No real attack from the Indian for the past few minutes. Need to stop losing possession quickly. 
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64' Ridge's shot is saved by the opposition goalkeeper after a cross from Shabas found him.
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54' A lot of exchange in possession the midfield. The opponents are holding good shape in the defence as the Indians try hard to find a way in. 
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50' Vikram makes an ambitious attempt to find the back of the net but the opponent goalkeeper show good reflexes. 
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46' And we are back with the second half!
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HT: The Indian colts have looked good with creative passing and strong wing-play. They have managed to create sporadic opportunities but their finishing in the final third is lacking. 

Despite the spirited display, the Blue colts succumbed to a 2-goal deficit. Work to do when they take the field for the second half!! 
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45' The referee blows the whistle as the players leave the pitch. 
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41' India trying to turn up the pressure as the game progresses towards half time. 
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37' India wins a freekick from a good spot. Bekey behind the ball but his shot is saved by the opposition custodian.
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35' Bhuvnesh misses from close range after Ridge finds him with a cross.
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30' Chance!!

Harpreet Singh with an opportunity to pull one back for India but his header misses the target narrowly. 
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27' India pressing hard as they look to find a way back into the match.
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24' Gooaaall!!

Double trouble for the young lads as India concede back to back goals in under 3 minutes. It's 2-0 now as the opponents cushion their lead 
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21' Gooooaaall!!

Bangkok Glass FC breaks the deadlock at the end of the first quarter to take the lead. 

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17' Thioba's freekick attempt is saved by the opposition custodian.
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16' Free kick (India U16) from a good spot. Can the Blues convert it?
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14' Save'

The Indian custodian shows good reflexes to deny the opponents a chance to go up. 
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10' Free kick (Bangkok Glass FC) but the shot fails to cross the Indian wall.
Score: 0-0 
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5' The Indian defence stands robust as the ball is cleared away.
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4' Thailand wins the first corner of the game. Can they make it count?
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3' Both teams on the lookout for an early goal but no end result so far. 
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1' And we have kicked-off in Thailand where the Indian U16 take on Bangkok Glass FC U-17
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Stay tuned as we are minutes away from the kickoff
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Here's the playing XI
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Hello and welcome to Sportskeeda's LIVE updates of the match between India U16s and Bangkok Glass FC U17s.
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The last tour the Blue colts played in was the China Tour -- where they lost 1-0 against the hosts, lost 1-3 against Thailand, and drew 1-1 against North Korea.

Bibiano Fernandes' boys were back to winning ways in their latest encounter -- against Thailand's Buriram United on July 13 -- where they won 2-0.

The young colts have played really well and looked solid as a unit. The positive outcomes from their previous few tours is the confidence they exude on the pitch and the goal-scoring opportunities which are created. The only place where the Blue outfits were lacking a little is the finishing in the final third. Coach Fernandes is working on this in training and hopes that it will be reflected soon in the matches. 

Will the Indian colts win their second friendly match on the trot or will the U17s of Bangkok Glass FC be too hot to handle for them? Who's your money on?