The win took India to 6 points from 3 matches, and they next play Maldives in their last league match on 2 August.
Taisan Singh (32nd and 66th) and Parthiv Gogoi (50th and 52nd) scored a goal each for India, while Himanshu Jangra (70th) and Tanakdhar Bagh (78th), Gurkeerat Singh (89th) and Shubho Paul (90th) scored. Scored a goal. +3) scored one point each.
India’s dominance and possession of the ball was complete, and Shanmugam was quick to swap Venkatesh, played it into the gap, and had someone to support the other.
The first goal was a gift from the 32nd minute with a smart taisen. Nepal goalkeeper Ishwar Singh, who had by then been credited with denying India, failed to assemble a regular gathering from Mahesan Singh’s cross from the left, and as it fell to Taisan, the latter gave him a Took in an empty net.
The lead doubled five minutes after the change. Jangra, a thorn in the flesh of the opponent’s defence, stuck inside the box and laid it for Parthiv who hit it.
The third goal, about two minutes later, was a card pulled from the textbook. Jangra sends it between the two defenders, and Parthiv chases it to a clinical finish on Ishvara.
Tyson scored his second goal in the 66th minute to rebound.
Four minutes later, Parthiv was brought down inside the box and as the referee pointed to the spot, Jangra happily made it 5-0.
Eight minutes later it was 6-0 – Vibin Mohanan tapping the substitute tanker bag into the cross.
Substitute Gurkeerat took a 7-0 lead in the 89th minute when he managed to snatch it, leaving a couple behind and sent to Ishwar.
There was more, and Shubho Paul completed the Root taping in a tanker cross in extra time.
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