ISL 2021-22: Who Will Win The Kolkata Derby?

ISL 2021-22: Who Will Win The Kolkata Derby?

SC East Bengal will be up against historic rivals Mohun Bagan when both teams face each other on 27th November. The match will start at 7:30 pm IST. The Kolkata derby is one of the significant matches in the footballing history of the country. The fans love their respective teams, and it is always a sight to withhold. While the fans cannot wait for this ISL fixture, the match will be behind closed doors.

The fans are not very happy about this, as one of the fans claims that ISL and the All India Football Federation are least interested in the match. Additionally, one of them also said that cricket receives preferential treatment. It was only a few days before that the T20 game between India and New Zealand took place at the historic Eden Gardens.

Coming to the match, it will be the 9th game of the ISL tournament 2021-22. The game will be at the Tilak Maidan Stadium in Vasco de Gama, Goa.

Mohun Bagan Would Like To Win Another Game Against Rivals In ISL

ATK Mohun Bagan FC has always been a team to watch. Additionally, the team has started its campaign on a high note, defeating last-time champions Kerala Blasters. On the other hand, the East Bengal team is now considered the underdogs in the game compared to rivals Mohun Bagan. However, coach Manuel Diaz is not happy by the tag. He says that while the opposition is strong, East Bengal is not far behind. Additionally, he also said that the team would go out and give their everything in the game.

East Bengal lost both its ties against their rivals in the last campaign. Hence, the team will look to forget the past and concentrate on defeating the Mohun Bagan team. The fans will too want their teams to play an exciting match, with the scoreline showing a lot of goals.

One can also watch the game online on Disney+Hotstar and Jio TV. It will be interesting to see who wins this Kolkata derby and gives the fans a chance to smile.

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