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Posted on 04/05/16 by Kingfisher East Bengal
Kingfisher East Bengal bowed out of the Hero Federation Cup in the Round of eight when they lost 3-4 on aggregate to Shillong Lajong at Vidyasagar Krirangan, Barasat tonight.
In the scheduled 90 minutes East Bengal led 2-1 which neutralised their 2-1 loss to Shillong Lajong 1-2 on their home turf last Sunday.
In the extra time that followed Uliiams Bomfin scored the winner for Lajong in the 114th minute.
East Bengal started the second leg at a brisk pace but were in arrears in the 17th minute when Fabio Pena scored off a penalty after Deepak Mondal handled the ball in the prohibited area. Ranti Martins restored parity by also converting a spot kick in the 23rd minute after a Lajong defender handled the ball in the box.
Lalrindika Ralte put East Bengal 2-1 ahead in the 36th minute of a Dong Hyun Do assist. The score remained the same after regulation time and as the teams were locked 3-3 after two legs the match went into extra time. As already mentioned Ulliams scored the decider in the 114th minute and Lajong qualified 4-3 on aggregate.
Arnab Mondal, Sanju Pradhan and Lalrindika Ralte were booked in the match.
KINGFISHER EAST BENGAL: Rehenesh TP, Deepak Mondal (Bernard Mendy-63'), Arnab Mondal, Bello Rasaq, Narayan Das, Sanju Pradhan, Harmanjyot Singh Khabra [S.Malsawmtluanga (Mohammed Rafique)], Mehtab Hossein, Lalrindika Ralte, Ranti Martins, Dong Hyun Do