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Bangalore, Kolhapur win in Hero IWL

PTI | Ludiana | Updated: 16-05-2019 21:43 IST | Created: 16-05-2019 20:25 IST
Bangalore, Kolhapur win in Hero IWL
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Bangalore United FC and FC Kolhapur City registered an identical 2-0 win over Baroda Football Academy and SAI-STC Cuttack respectively in the HERO Indian Women's League here Thursday. Bangalore got their first win of the 2018-19 campaign, beating Baroda, while Kolhapur City finished off their 2018-19 campaign with a win over SAI-STC Cuttack.

Sivakumari Arumugam (36th) and Paromita Sit (86th) scored the two goals as Bengaluru waltzed to the win. Their winger Amsa got the player of the match award. With this win, Bangalore now moves on to four points from as many games in Group II.

For Kolhapur City, Kamala Devi (4th) and Renu (33rd) found the back of the net, while SAI-STC Cuttack drew a blank. SAI defender Jyoti Kumari was awarded the Player of the Match for her exploits in the defence.

With this win, Kolhapur climbed over SAI to the third place on the table with seven points, but it was not enough for them to make it to the semifinals.



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