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ISL 2023-24: Top stats from Bengaluru FC vs Hyderabad FC game

Published at :February 24, 2024 at 10:10 PM
Modified at :February 24, 2024 at 10:10 PM
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(Courtesy : ISL Media)

Yash Pratap Singh


Hyderabad FC scored for the first time in the ISL since early December, 2023.

As Sunil Chhetri made his record 150th appearance in the ISL, Sivasakthi Narayanan decided to mark this historic day in the best possible way for his skipper. Bengaluru FC emerged victorious following a classic night at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium.

The Blues came into the match as clear favourites, thanks to their firepower on the pitch and Hyderabad FC’s never-ending list of problems. But, they were put to test by the young Nizams who possess a ‘never say die’ attitude.

Sunil Chhetri’s side began the game on the right foot and were piling up the pressure on Hyderabad FC from get go. The Nizams did very well to neutralize the danger from the Blues and kept on pushing themselves.

It was an evenly poised first half as both teams tried their luck with a few shots on target. In the second half, Hyderabad FC created a few good chances, but failed to implement the final touch. Finally in the 71st minute, Javi Hernandez opened the scoring in the most spectacular manner. After the Blues took the lead, Hyderabad FC started creating more chances and even hit the woodwork once before Ramhlunchhunga restored parity for his side and silenced the Kanteerava with probably his most important goal till date.

It seemed as if both teams would settle for a draw, but super-sub Sivasakthi had different plans to mark his captain’s special day. The young gun went all on his own and released a ferocious strike from his left foot that ended up kissing the bottom corner of the net. This goal was enough to give his side three valuable points.

Let us now take a look at the important statistics from the Bengaluru FC vs Hyderabad FC game.

Most successful dribbles: Oliver Drost (1), Mark Zothanpuia (1), and Sajad Parray (1)

Yellow cards: Joseph Sunny (1), Ramhlunchhunga (1), Mark Zothanpuia (1), Abdul Rabeeh (1), Shivaldo Singh (1), Nikhil Poojary (1), Slavko Damjanovic (1)

Most shots attempted: Ramhlunchhunga (4), Sunil Chhetri (3), and Oliver Drost (3)

Saves by goalkeepers: Gurpreet Singh Sandhu (4), Laxmikant Kattimani (2)

Records created: Sunil Chhetri registered his 150th appearance in the ISL. Hyderabad FC ended their six match goalless run and netted a goal for the first time since December 10, 2023.

Most xG registered: Ramhlunchhunga (0.23), Sunil Chhetri (0.20), and Makan Chothe (0.11)

Most xA registered: Ryan Williams (0.13), Javi Hernandez (0.11), and Nikhil Poojary (0.09)

Top three players: Javi Hernandez (1 goal), Ramhlunchhunga (1 goal), and Sivasakhti (1 goal and player of the match award)

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