Bashundhara Kings' title standoff

The newcomers, who had affirmed their title with two games close by, at last laid their hands on the most pined for trophy in Bangladesh's household circuit before in excess of 10,000 fans and individuals from the club the board.

The most recent in line of money rich football clubs in Bangladesh had effectively won the Independence Cup title subsequent to missing the mark in the season-opening Federation Cup, and they developed from solidarity to quality with their amazing football, disregarding challenges from six-time champions Abahani and one-time champions Sheik Russel.

Despite the fact that they completed the last game with a draw, their third close by one destruction in 24 matches, Bashundhara Kings had the delight of scooping two progressively top honors - the best mentor (Oscar Bruzon) and most important player (Daniel Colindres).

The last match of the period was very little in excess of a scholarly undertaking for the groups as the title race and that of assignment had just been chosen. Nonetheless, there was no absence of soul from either group as the players attempted to wrap up the crusade with a triumph.

Bashundhara Kings had the main sight of objective in 15 minutes, with Colindres and Marcos Vinicius connecting admirably to make a brisk assault, which in the end brought about a fine handling recovery from Chittagong Abahani protector Mufta Lawal on an exertion from Colindres.

The pre-decided heroes, be that as it may, led the pack, rather accidentally, after two minutes when Lawal, the man who made a splendid mediation minutes prior, let a chip from Vinicius go past him with goalkeeper Mohammad Nehal haplessly attached to his position.

Nkowcha Kingsley and Daniel Tagoe then botched overlaid edged opportunities to recover the port city side into the game in the 37th moment before Nehal by and by kept his side in the game with a splendid spare against Vinicius.

Chittagong Abahani, however, were given a major break seven minutes after the fact when Bashundhara Kings goalkeeper Anisur Rahman Zico crashed Chigozie off the ball, with Tagoe finding the net from the spot.

Chigozie then neglected to keep his shot on objective notwithstanding showing signs of improvement of Bashundhara Kings' protectors 10 minutes after restart while the Kings, as well, neglected to make a large portion of their endeavors in the subsequent half.

The match decreased a bit as the ground wound up heavier and legs got wearier after showers, yet the Kings were glad to take a point home and start their festivals.

Grants

Best rising player - Rabiul Hasan (Arambagh)

Best goalkeeper - Ashraful Islam Rana (Sk Russel)

Top scorer - Raphael Odoyin (Sk Russel)

Most important player - Daniel Colindres (Bashundhara Kings)

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