Samheeg Doutie brace leads Atletico de Kolkata rout of FC Goa, Protecting champions Atletico de Kolkata gave a 4-0 defeat to FC Goa to move on the table and put one stage in the semi-finals after an uneven Indian Super League (ISL) conflict in Kolkata. (Perused More in Football)
The boss planner of ATK’s awe inspiring win was the South African medio Samheeg Doutie who created a shocking support (twentieth and 78th), next to setting up chief Borja Fernandez (22nd) with a great help at the Vivekananda Yuva Bharati Krirangan.
Samheeg Doutie brace leads Atletico de Kolkata rout of FC Goa
The win shoot ATK to the highest point of the table with 20 focuses, two clear of the Zico’s unit who in their last excursion secured a record 7-0 win in Mumbai.
For Goa, it was their second misfortune by an indistinguishable scoreline as they had lost to Chennai 0-4 at home prior.
Having won 7-0 at home Goans were high on certainty yet ATK mentor Antonio Habas had reminded the guests that “it was history and anything can happen in football”.
Habas’ young men satisfied the mentor’s words as they didn’t permit an inch to the Goans and kept their powerful record in place.
For the record, ATK have never lost to FCG as they have so far won thrice and drew the remaining.
Prior, the rampaging Goans on a high after their record win against Mumbai were headed toward a lively begin as Leo Moura and Dudu Omagbemi returning to back opportunities to begin the match.
Profiting by an unstable guard from Mondal who had floundered before all else, Moura neglected to hold his shot down inside the container as the ball cruised behind.
After four minutes, FCG had a decent open door with Dudu in advance as the Nigerian captured Mondal’s back go before dispatching an effective shot into the far post where ATK goalkeeper Amrinder Singh did well to upset his push to give the pressed home fans some moan of help.
Before long the tables turned for the home group, as they gradually took control of the diversion with the trio of Jaime Gavilan, Sameehg Doutie, and Iain Hume delivering some perfect presentation in advance.
In the fourteenth moment, Hume surged past the FCG barrier and splendidly focused it for a progressing Doutie yet the South African neglected to get hold of it before the objective.
Permitting FC Goa small breathing space, Gavilan dodged Jonatan in the same move and played it for the Canadian International Hume whose exertion simply missed the far post.
Having raised their amusement and denying the Goans any ownership, it was the ideal opportunity for a few firecrackers as the Doutie put the home group into the lead before helping another to twofold the lead in under two minutes.
It was the Spanish medio Gavilan who set up the objective from a thow-in as Doutie spilled through the Goan barrier to put into the far corner, and what took after were his aerobatic somersaults to uproarious cheers from the home group.
Before it could soak in, the modest Doutie handed out another diamond, this time with his quick handle, as he pivoted and gave back the ball to his commander from a Gavilan corner.
Attending to the edge of the container, Fernandez impacted it with his effective rightfooter into the upper left corner to for all intents and purposes seal the match for them.
This was the previous Real Madrid player’s just second objective in the ISL, having scored his first objective in the establishment based competition’s opener versus Mumbai.
ATK just about tripled the lead three minutes after the fact yet Mohammad Rafique made a wreck of a fine set up by Fernandez.
It was a restricted movement for ATK from that point on as after the changeover, FCG yielded a punishment after Nicolau Colaco cut down Doutie inside the crate.
In the 78th moment, Doutie made a decent keep running in behind and locked onto Ofentse Nato’s go before moving the ball into the unfilled net to raise his prop and finish the defeat.
Both groups rolled out a few improvements to their beginning lineup.
Nato and Mohammed Rafique supplanted Arata Izumi and Valdo. For FC Goa, Mandar Dessai and Romeo Fernandes were supplanted by Narayan Das and Nicolau Colaco.