Karnatak Sports Club decimates Jai Hind Sports Club by 12 goals to 0

On the 29th November, 2015, Karnatak Sports Club decimated Jai Hind Sports Club; as Karnatak Sports Club hammered 12 goals past Jai Hind S.C. in the 20th Late Ramanath Payyade Memorial Football League Tournament 2015-16 at Karnatak Sports Association Ground, Churchgate. Karnatak Sports Club’s no.9 Aditya Swami and no.7 Amey Bhatkal scored hat-tricks, and were standout performers throughout. Karnatak Sports Club scored 5 in the first-half hour of play and a staggering 7 goals in the second-half.

The opening goal of the match was scored by no.9 Aditya Swami on the 12th minute mark. A minute later no.7 Amey Bhatkal doubled the scoring; scoring past the second of twelve goals Jai Hind Sports Club would concede. On the 17th minute mark, no.10 Bernard Joseph scored the 3rd goal of the game. The goals came quick and thick, and things didn’t look healthy from Jai Hind Sports Club’s perspective.

The fourth goal was scored by no.18 Sagar Shetty on the 24th minute mark. Before referee blew the half-time whistle, no.9 Aditya Swami found a way to score his second goal and his side’s 5th goal on 28 minutes. Almost all the 5 goals were a replica of each-other. Initially, when Jai Hindi S.C. conceded the first and second goal, their approach didn’t change, and they continued to play with a high-line as they looked for an inevitable gap in the K.S.C. backline, which was never found whilst K.S.C. exploited the Jai Hindi Sports Club backline with a wave of through-balls in-behind of which they no answer. The goalkeeper was shouting at his defenders to stay compact and don’t move higher-up the field throughout the first-half, but the damage wasn’t repairable; certainly, not when there was no communication between the J.H.S.C. players.

Whatever the coach instructed and the half-time team-talk didn’t prove right as 7 goals were conceding the second=half of play. You’d think, a side who conceded 5 goals in the first-half would try to play a more cautious brand of football and remain in shape + compact, but that wouldn’t happen. Karnatak Sports Club weren’t lucky with any of the goals. The goals were scored from mistakes made by J.H.S.C., and K.S.C. made sure they reminded Jai Hind Sports Club for every mistake they made with a goal.

Amey Bhatak scored 2 goals in 2 minutes (32’ and 33’) to give his side an unassailable lead, and complete his hat-trick. Aditya Swami scored was next in line to score and complete his hat-tick. Then no.6 Charnel De Almeida got on the act and banged the 9th and the 10th goal of the game. Sagar Salian joined the procession 6 minutes from full-time to score a remarkable 11th goal. The cherry on the top was added by no.13 Moses P. who scored the game’s 12th goal to complete and wrap-up an astonishing game of football at the K.S.A.

 

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