PJN Stadium, Margaon
16th Feb, 2010 – 3:45 PM IST
15′: 0-0 – No score-yet in the match. JCT is playing well at the moment
30′: 0-0 – JCT defenders are defending resolutely giving Churchill forward line absolutely no scope of creating any scoring chance.
35′: 0-1 – Surprise! Surprise. It’s the away team that has stunned the Fatorda crowd. Churchill 0-1 JCT. Omoloja Kareem is the scorer.
45′: 1-1 – Churchill equalizes! Mohammed Rafi gets on the scoring chart.
HT: Churchill 1-1 JCT
55′: 2-1 – Churchill Brothers take the lead. M.P. Zakeer scores for the home team. It’s 2-1 at the Fatorda.
65′: 3-1 – Churchill scores again. The game is now almost over for JCT. Boima Karpeh doubles the lead for Churchill.
75′: 3-1 – The score-line remains 3-1 in favor of the home team. 15 minutes to go.
85′: 3-1 – JCT is trying hard to at-least pull one back. No success yet.
FT: Churchill Brothers 3-1 JCT FC. MOM – Lenny Fernandes.
Sahu Maharaj Ground, Kohlapur
16th Feb, 2011 – 4:00 PM IST
15′: 0-0 – The game is restricted to midfield and lacks pace at the moment.
30′: 0-0 – The deadlock is yet to be broken.
HT: ONGC 0-0 Indian Arrows
55′: 0-0 – No real intent from both the teams to get on the score-sheet.
70′: 0-0 – Both the coaches seem to be happy to share the spoils here.
82′: 0-1 – The dead-lock has been broken at-last. The visiting Indian Arrows take the lead. Jeje Lalpekhlua is the scorer.
85′: 0-1 – ONGC is creating waves of attack now in search of the equalizer.
90′: 1-1 – ONGC scores in the last minute of regulation time. It’s 1-1 at Kohlapur with 3 minutes of injury time remaining to be played. Kamal Thapa restored the parity for ONGC.
FT: ONGC FC 1-1 Indian Arrows. MOM – Jeje Lalpekhlua (Indian Arrows)
Yuvabharati Krirangan, Kolkata
20th Feb, 2010 – 1:45 PM IST
Sree Kantheerva Stadium, Bangalore
20th Feb, 2011 – 3:30 PM IST
Jawahar Municipal Stadium, Kannur
20th Feb 2011 – 4:00 PM IST
PS: The match between East Bengal and Dempo SC has been rescheduled on the 15th of May because of the two club’s AFC Cup / AFC Champions League commitments. Pune FC vs Mumbai FC match has also been rescheduled on the same day as the Balewadi Sports Complex, PFC’s home ground, is in use for Team India’s Olympic Games qualifying match against Myanmar to be played on the 23rd of February.