North East United vs Kerala Blasters ISL Review in 15 Tweets

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North East United Football Club gave the home crowd great joy as they won 1-0 against Kerala Blasters. Spanish footballer Koke scored the only goal of the game.

Kerala Blasters enjoyed more possession and created better chances, but failed to score. Indian origin British striker Michael Chopra was guilty of missing two sitters towards the end of the game.

Here we present 10 tweets which summarize the game.


The game was played in front of a packed stadium. The fans came in numbers to support the home team.

John Abraham seemed equally enthusiastic

North East United, although a Guwahati based team, aims to connect with all the eight North Eastern states. They seem to be on course.

Former East Bengal player Penn Orji was one of the top players for Kerala Blasters.

Durga Boro almost became the first Indian to score in ISL. David James has other ideas. Both the shot and the save was world class.

Koke scored for NEUFC in the dying minutes of first half. Here’s a PJ!

Indian origin British striker Michael Chopra was introduced in the second half, created chances, but missed two sitters.

Another Indian doing well was Robin Gurung

Despite Kerala’s dominance, they could not score. I man who stood between them and the NEUFC goal was Greek goalkeeper Alexandros Tzorvas.
https://twitter.com/_LetsFootball/status/521695613290049536

We are still waiting for an Indian to score a goal.

Kudos to the fans.

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