India vs Cambodia, 2023 AFC Asian Cup Qualifiers: Sunil Chhetri Scores Brace; Blue Tigers Win 2-0

Highlights | India Vs Cambodia, AFC Asian Cup 2023 QualifiersAlso Read – AFC Asian Cup Qualifiers: Sunil Chettri braces himself as India beat Cambodia 2-0 at Salt Lake Stadium

AS IT HAPPENED: India defeated Cambodia 2-0 in Salt Lake Stadium. This is Blue Tigers’ first win of 2022. Sunil Chhetri and Co will face Afghanistan next Sunday. Sunil Chhetri Doubles India’s Advantage; Blue Tigers lead 2-0. Second half underway; Blue tigers look to extend lead. Blue Tigers go into the break with a 1-0 lead. Sunil Chhetri draws first blood; India leads 1-0 at Salt Lake Stadium. Match underway at Salt Lake Stadium. Also Read – India vs Cambodia 2023 Asia Cup Qualifiers Live Streaming: When & Where to Watch

INDIA PLAY XI: Gurpreet, Sandesh, Akash, Anirudh, Manvir, Brandon, Chhetri, Roshan, Liston, Anwar, Suresh. Also Read – India captain Sunil Chhetri appeals to fans and asks them to come to stadiums for Asian Cup qualifiers

Cambodia plays XI: Ken Chansopheak, Souey Visal, Orn Chanpolin, Sieng Chanthea, Keo Sokpheng, Sos Suhana, In Sodavid, Choun Chanchav, Kok Boris, Hul Kimhuy, Bin Chanthacheary.

Kolkata: Hello and welcome to our live streaming details of India vs Cambodia, 2023 AFC Asian Cup Qualifiers – Round 3 Match Between India vs Cambodia football in Salt Lake Stadium† Skipper Sunil Chhetri will have the chance to bolster his tally of 80 international goals as the Indian team gears up to steamroll Cambodia’s 171st place on Wednesday in his bid to make a fifth appearance in the actual AFC Cup tournament. With the next Asian Cup slated for late 2023 or early 2024 after China’s withdrawal, Chhetri, who will play in international football for 17 years, may see this tournament as the “final frontier” in his illustrious career. This is a tournament that gives India the best chance of qualifying for the Continental trophy without much fuss, but if there is a misstep against a low-ranked country, Chhetri or coach Igor Stimac will have little room for justification. The Blue Tigers under Stimac did not have a perfect build-up to the continental flagship, having lost all three international friendlies leading up to the qualifiers. It’s been more than seven months since they won an international-level match – a 3-0 win against Nepal in the SAFF Championship final on October 16, 2021. The recent results have proved a setback for the Stimac-coached side, who in the World Cup qualifiers against Asian heavyweights Qatar (a goalless draw) and Oman (1-2 loss after 81st minute lead). Compared to India’s build-up, the ‘Angkor Warriors’, who qualified for the Asian Cup just once for 50 years in 1972, come here with a 2-1 win over East Timor in a friendly at home. After playing at home again for almost three years, the biggest plus for India would be the strong home support. AFC Asian Cup 2023 Qualifiers Live Streaming

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