VIDEO: I-League: Real Kashmir beat Indian Arrows 1-0
Real Kashmir bounced back from two consecutive defeats as they beat Indian Arrows by a solitary goal to remain in the top half of the I-League points table here on Monday.
Ivorian midfielder Bazie Armand scored the all-important goal in the 70th minute to the celebration of over 10,000 home team supporters at the picturesque TRC Ground.Real Kashmir, who lost to Punjab FC and Churchill Brothers — both away games — in their previous two matches, now have 18 points from 12 games to occupy the fifth spot in the 11-team league table.
The Indian Arrows, the developmental side of the All India Football Federation (AIFF), remained at the bottom of the pile with eight points from 13 games. Real Kashmir’s David Robertson made three changes, bringing in Ritwik Kumar Das, Kallum Higginbotham, and Novin Gurung, in place of Dalraj, Brian Mascarenhas and Danish Farooq.