Eastern Sporting Union emerge champion; BM Singh Trophy 2017
Eastern Sporting Union emerge champion as they hold on Kangchup Road Youth Physical Sports Association by 2-2 goals in the 8th AMFA Senior Women’s League for BM Singh Trophy 2017 played at Artificial Turf, Khuman Lampak.
The match turn into high drama in the injury time, with a minute left, of the final whistle after Kangchup Road team protested Eastern Sporting Union equalising goal by W.Ranjibala was offside. Kangchup Road questioned assistant referee Ph.Lanthoiba decision and went of rampage damaging chairs and lodge strong protest to the organiser.
Playing theirs last league, Kangchup Road started off in a positive note with S.Ranjana providing the opening goal in the 34 minute to lead the first half. However in resumption of the game, Eastern Sporting Union fetch the equaliser with Th.Umabati finding the net in the 52 minute to level 1-1 goals.
Making further progress in the match, Kangchup Road increased the pace and reap rich reward when N.Ratanbala consolidates in the 78 minute to post 2-1 goals. With prestige at stake, Eastern Sporting Union who has won the Indian Women League title recently, surge up in the nick of the time when W.Ranjibala collected a long cross to push home the equalising goals in the 80 plus 2 minute to level 2-2 goals.
Eastern Sporting Union finished with 10 point while Kangchup Road got 8 point, Manipur Police Sports Club with 7 point, Naharol Yaiha Thourang Club with 3 point and YWC Langthabal without a win.
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