East Bengal drop crucial points, held to a draw against Customs

Kolkata Customs held East Bengal

Kolkata: Quess East Bengal FC drop their first points of the Calcutta Football League this season against Calcutta Customs today. The Red and Gold brigade were held to a goalless draw at the East Bengal ground today.
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A positive forward was all East Bengal needed against Customs today. But the blunt striking force of Bali Gagandeep saw the Kolkata giant to waste chances after chances. Technical Director Subhash Bhowmick played all his available cards but poor finishing by his attacking players saw the Red and Brigade to drop end number of opportunities.

The first half ended as goalless despite the dominance of Bhowmick’s men. The second half saw desperate Subhash Bhowmick to bring Mamoud Al Amna as well. But he too seemed running out of ideas and started making unforced errors.

Gagandeep himself missed five easy chances. The inclusion of Surabuddin Mullick in the second half added venom to the East Bengal attacks but unfortunately nothing got converted into a goal.
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Customs goalkeeper Suvam Sen was no doubt the best player on the pitch as he appeared to be a brick wall in front of the goal.

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