Mumbai Railway Cops register a skillful one sided win against Chincholi FC

In the awaited situation for the beginning of the Third Division match of the Mumbai District Football Association (MDFA), Mumbai Railway Cops dominated the game against Chincholi FC to win 2-0 with a clever and professional mark of Football on the ground of Karnataka Sports Association on Thursday.

The game started with stirred hopes as the two teams started the game with slow pace and inducing skills of Football. Within the two minutes of the game Mumbai Railway Cops displayed a structural form of passing which led them to create pressure on the perplexed team of Chincholi FC, though the game remained well balanced in the first ten minutes as the ball was dazzled among players of both teams.

In the beginning of this enthralling game, an obvious offside by Kiran Kelkate of Chincholi FC, generated the start of foul saga or an endless lineup of opportunities waiting for Mumbai Railway Cops in the form of corners and Free Kicks. Varun Sharma from Railway cops trapped the ball before slicing a pass cutting Midfielders to his fellow attacker Kushal who turned a golden opportunity in waste.
But both the players displayed a mesmerizing accuracy of passing and control. Mumbai Railway Cops created numerous chances but against the dreadful defence of Chincholi FC they were unable to convert their planned moves into goals.
Prashant Kumar of Chincholi FC baffled multiple attempts by their opponent attackers to score a goal. But their accurate formation with firm control with the ball helped them to score their first goal in the sixteenth minute of the game.
The backbone of Mumbai Railway Cops Arun Kanjilal proved to be the base for his team as he not only made several moves for his forwards to convert the ball but also saved crucial shots from the opponents Chincholi FC. His ability to strike the ball both inward and outward helped him to make another brilliant move which was not missed by striker Tharvir Sheikh whose sharp cutting through the defence of Chincholi Fc , allowing him to swiftly pass the ball to centre striker Krishna Dhonde who without any mistake clearly shoved the ball through the net.

Three minutes before the end of the first half exhausted attackers couldn’t convert the chances into goals and proved to be ineffective for Chincoli FC, though eccentric Abhishek J. displayed a high spirit of enthusiasm in the game by his dodged moves which terminated the opponent strikers to gain lead against them.

After gifting multiple off sides by midfielder Avinash Pandey, Mumbai Railway Cops managed to maintain tiring pressure on Chincoli FC. The second half started with a dull spirit towards the game by Chincholi FC as they waited for the ball to get ball possession and were unable to convert their chances against Sunil Kamble and Mahesh Mhatre who were comfortable in defending against the Chincholi strikers.

Abhishek J. of Chincholi Fc was the only player who was effective with his firm tackling. He deflected various corners and Free kicks through his quick men to men covering skills. On the other side midfielders and strikers were tired fellows who played half-hearted game.

In the skill full game of Football Mumbai Railway Cops tried various attempts to convert the chances into the goals, but those efforts turned to be a waste for them. Mahesh Mhatre of Railway Cops was very dwelled with his reflexes and technique, on the other hand Prem Kumar Yadav the right midfielder of their team created a brave clean attempt just inches from the half line which sailed over the goalpost.

His constant attempts helped him to score his first goal and for his team second goal just after the fifteen minutes of the second session of the match.

Chincholi FC strikers waited for the ball to come in their end as Eeshan .U , tried his way hard to get a pass to score a goal but his fellow midfielders were more intrigued not to concede further in the game.

Though in the last ten minutes their strikers tried their best to open their account but their lame skills on the ground proved Mumbai Railway Cops as the true “dominator” of the match. A clean sweep against Chincholi FC was an enriching display of healthy soccer match.

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