Bengaluru FC defeats Indian Air Force to win the Durand Cup for the second straight game.

After defeating the Indian Air Force 3-0 on Tuesday in a Group B match at the Kishore Bharati Krirangan (KBK) on the southern outskirts of the city, Bengaluru FC became the third team in the 131st Durand Cup to win two games in a row. In the ninth minute of the game, Roy Krishan scored the game's first goal, and Sunil Chhetri scored the second in the 23rd. In the 71st minute, Faisal Ali scored the third goal, and in the third minute of stoppage time, Siva Sakthi, a youthful striker, scored the fourth.

As a result, Mohammedan SC and Bengaluru FC both have six points in the group and the same goal differential.

As many as six changes were made by Blues manager Simon Grayson to his starting lineup, with defender Hira Mondal being the lone one necessitated by a red card she received in their opening match. The Air Force coach Priya Darshan made two, honouring Prabhjot Singh for his tenacious performance in the last game when he entered as a replacement and replaced Amal Das in defence with Guizam. Surprisingly, both teams started the game with five defenders.

Bengaluru FC scored early on when Roy Krishna took a cross from the left and surged in to score his second goal of the competition with his right foot. Soon after, skipper Sunil Chhetri snuck one past Shibinraj in the Air Force goal after getting on the end of a cross from Prabir Das, who was tireless with his runs from the right on the day. It was his second in as many games and in the competition.

In the first half, the Airmen suffered no more losses.

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