Next Generation Cup

Next Gen Cup 2023: ATK Mohun Bagan vs Bengaluru FC Live Updates

Aishwarya Chakraborty

May 23 2023
ATK Mohun Bagan vs Bengaluru FC Next Gen Cup 2023 Live Updates Streaming

3:30 PM: Hello everyone and welcome to Khel Now’s LIVE COVERAGE of the Next Gen Cup 2023 – ATK Mohun Bagan vs Bengaluru FC match in the Next Gen Cup 2023. The kick-off is just thirty minutes away! I’m your host Aishwarya Chakraborty, and I’ll be keeping you company through what promises a fascinating evening of football. Please wait for 30 Seconds for the Live blog to load.


Next Gen Cup 2023: ATK Mohun Bagan vs Bengaluru FC – Build-up

Day three of the Reliance Foundation presents Premier League Next Gen Cup will take place at the Reliance Corporate Park (RCP) in Navi Mumbai tomorrow as all eight teams pitted in two groups will compete against each other across four matches in what promises to be an exciting day of competitive football. The teams will face their counterparts from the other group after tomorrow’s set of matches and hence the upcoming games are important for them to seal their final position in their respective groups.

ATK Mohun Bagan FC vs Bengaluru FC

ATK Mohun Bagan and Bengaluru FC come into this match on the back of defeats to Stellenbosch FC and West Ham United respectively.

However, the two Indian clubs have shown tremendous temperament and talent in their matches first in the Reliance Foundation Development League (RFDL) and then in the ongoing Reliance Foundation presents Premier League Next Generation Cup as well.

Bengaluru had edged past the Mariners by a slender margin in penalty shootout during their faceoff in the semi-final of the RFDL and ATK Mohun Bagan will hence be eager to secure three points in this game.

“They (ATK Mohun Bagan) have also analysed us and we have also analysed them. We have to play our own philosophy. We have to develop ourselves as a team. We are looking forward to this game because we have played them and they are good opponents also at the same time,” Bengaluru FC coach Kaizad Ambapardiwalla assessed his opponents for Tuesday’s match.

“This is a tournament where we have to play two-time RFDL champions (Bengaluru FC). They have won RFDL twice, which is not just by chance. They have done something well and the vocabulary of revenge is not in my dictionary. It’s a new competition, new match, and new surface, different minutes, so, everything is different,” ATK Mohun Bagan coach Josep Maria Roma Gibert spoke about the opposition.

“If we draw, we will play against the third placed side of the other group. They (Bengaluru) didn’t beat us. They scored only one more penalty than us (in RFDL semi-finals). So, let’s see, it will be a beautiful game between top level Indian teams again, so I am quite happy and excited for the game,” the tactician added.

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