Bengaluru FC faces yet another draw against SC East Bengal, their third in the last four games

Bengaluru FC has only won once in their last 9 Hero Indian Super League games. Marco Pezzaiuoli’s team is no doubt in very bad form this season and the team is in the 8th position in the table with just 10 points in 10 games they played.


Bengaluru FC had to battle it out for another draw as they were held 1-1 by SC East Bengal on Tuesday in Hero Indian Super League. It was a bad result for the visitors (SC East Bengal) too as they haven’t won a single game in this season’s Indian Super League. SC East Bengal is searching for their first-ever victory in the 2021/22 season but still can’t find it. On Tuesday, the visitors had a chance to earn all three points in this game against Bengaluru FC but again an own goal proved costly for them and they couldn’t emerge victorious in this fixture. Both the teams i.e. Bengaluru FC and SC East Bengal are in very bad form this season. Bengaluru is in the 8th position in the table with just 10 points in 10 games they played and SC East Bengal is in the last position with 5 points in 9 games. Sunil Chhetri’s team has only won two games this season in the Indian Super League.

Talking about their game against SC East Bengal, the host had a lot of possession but still, they managed to keep only two shots on target out of 11. Both the goals in this match were scored by SC East Bengal as one was for themselves which gave them the lead and another was an own goal that help Bengaluru take one point from the game.

SC East Bengal scored their first goal in the 28th minute. It was another set-piece goal from the visitors as Wahengbam Angousana’s delivery from the freekick reaches Thongkhosiem Haokip and he directs his header perfectly in the bottom right corner of the goal. Despite taking the lead, they gave it away in the second half as an own goal by Sourav Das was enough for the host to earn a point. SC East Bengal again lost the game from the winning position thus they remain at the bottom of the table.