All-India inter-university football: Kerala, Calicut win; MG held

Aerial duel
Acion from the Kerala University-Sambalpur University game. Photo: By Special Arrangement

Kothamangalam: Kerala University outplayed Sambalpur University 4-1 on the second day of the all-India inter-university football championship at the MA College ground, here on Thursday.

Jacob drew first blood for Kerala in the 11th minute, while Sabari struck in the very next minute. Jebin Bosco made it 3-0 in the 34th as the winners led 3-0 at half-time. Francis Lakra pulled one back in the 63rd, while Shahid completed the tally in added time.

Calicut University got the better of Savitribai Phule Pune University 3-0. Mohammed Nisham scored in the ninth and 38th minutes, while Mishal fund the mark in the 69th.

South Zone champions MG University and Adamas University played out a goalless draw. The match between Calcutta University and SRM University too ended goalless.

Panjab University thrashed Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University 7-0, while Guru Nanak Dev University thumped Rajasthan University 6-2.

MG held
Action from the MG University-Adamas University tie. Photo: By Special Arrangement

Punjabi University and Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur, split the points after a barren draw.

Results: Panjab University, Chandigarh, 7 (Bhupinder Singh 1, Dharampreet Singh 9, 24, 34, 60, Karan Deep Sing 13, Rohit 28) bt SGBAN, Amravati 0; Guru Nanak 6 (Udit Bhanot 32, Sukhwinder Singh 58, Jang Bahadur Singh 74, Tarun Slathra 59, 63, Asif Ishan 87) bt University of Rajasthan 2 (Utkarsha 29, Yash Nama 64);

Punjabi University, Patiala, 0 drew with Rani Durgavati University, Jabalpur 0; MG University 0 drew with Adamas 0; Calicut University 3 (Muhammed Nishan 9, 38, Mishal 69) bt Savitribhai 0; Sant Baba Bhag Singh 6 (Umesh 67, Balkan 68, -89, Nirmal 70, 80, Khush 90+2) bt Sido Kanhu Murmu 1 (Laison Tudu 87);  Calcutta University 0 drew with SRM University 0; Kerala University 4 (Jacob 11, Sabari 12, Jebin Bosco 34, Shahid 90+2 ) bt Sambalpur University 1 ( Francis 63).

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