Bangladesh leads 42nd minute and looks like they will win in the Group E FIFA 2022 World Cup Qualifier 2nd round match in Kolkata. A thrashing at home would have seriously marked India’s expectations of advancing in the following round.
The conflict separated from being a World Cup Qualifier will likewise fill in as the 2023 AFC Asian Cup qualifier. The Igor Stimac-trained side positioned 104 in the list, are solid top choices to beat Neighbours Bangladesh who are 83 rungs below them.
Bangladesh was the more composed and entering side as they set up a vivacious show against India who was upheld by a full-limit swarm at the Salt Lake Stadium. Rousing skipper Sunil Chhetri was not at his best as likewise goalkeeper Gurpreet Singh Sandhu who kept under control the raiding Qataris in the paramount attracted game Doha. Gurpreet misinterpreted the trip of the ball to let in Bangladesh’s objective to the dazzling quiet of the stuffed 65,000 or more groups.
It was Rahul Bheke who yielded a free kick on the left, and Bangladesh chief Jamal Bhuyan bitter it into the far post where Gurpreet failed to catch the plane altogether and Saad Uddin completed it with a plunging header. Both the groups finished the day with a point each, as India stays on the fourth spot in Group E of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 and AFC Asian Cup China 2023 Joint Qualifiers.