East Bengal and Real Kashmir played out an energizing 1-1 attract the primary match of I-League 2019-20 at the Kalyani Municipal Stadium on Wednesday. Albeit East Bengal delighted in 64 percent ownership all through the match, Real Kashmir scored first and afterward figured out how to leave the match with an important point.
After Gnohere Krizo put the Kashmir-based side in the driver’s seat in the 33rd moment, Marcos Eusebio Jimenez De La Espada Martin obeyed in the equalizer in the 75th moment to furnish the Red and Gold supporters with much-required break.
As it so happens, East Bengal looked familiar and were passing quickly and going ahead with aim. East Bengal got the principal free-kick of the match in the eighth moment however a poor conveyance by Juan Mera Gonzales was effectively cleared by the RKFC barrier line.
The Spanish blend, be that as it may, continued making challenges for the Real Kashmir backline. In the fourteenth moment, Gonzales quickened and was practically through on objective when he was fouled by Ritwik Kumar Das, who took a yellow for the group.
Against the run of play, Real Kashmir found East Bengal protection dozing off and it was none other than Krizo who scored the objective in the 33rd moment with a marvelous strike from fresh.
East Bengal, nonetheless, were in no mind-set to get stalled and soon, they verged on evening out from a corner yet it was cleaned up the objective line by the away group. In the withering snapshots of the main half, East Bengal got an unmistakable possibility when Marcos Jimenez had an open objective to take shots at however the striker shot straight under the control of Real Kashmir goalkeeper Tempa Lachenpa.
The subsequent half began with a similar force with East Bengal propelling a great many assaults. In the 59th moment, the Red and Golds sewed another open door from a set-piece however youthful safeguard Mehtab Singh neglected to locate the back of the net.
In the 67th moment, Alejandro Menendez Garcia made his first strategic change presenting Abhijit Sarkar to the detriment of safeguard Kamalpreet Singh. At long last, the Red and Golds scored the tricky equalizer in the 75th moment when Jimenez jabbed a low cross by Juan Mera from the left flank.