SportsFootballMumbai Blasters' second blasting victory in a thrilling match

Mumbai Blasters’ second blasting victory in a thrilling match

It was the Blasters’ second blasting victory in a row and the Mumbaikars had been waiting for. Such a blasting victory is expected from the Blasters. Football fans are thrilled with the second win of the season of Kerala Blasters, one of the most popular clubs in football. The Blasters’ two victories this season have given new life to fans who have been frustrated when none of the expected victories came from them. With two wins, three draws and one defeat, Kerala Blasters climbed to fifth in the points table with nine points. The Blasters’ blast victory over defending champions and top-ranked Mumbai City in the points table. The three-goal thrashing of the League Leaders was the best performance of the season. The Yellows took the lead in the 27th minute through Sahal Abdul Samad and took the lead in the second half. In the second minute of the second half (47th minute) the Blasters increased their lead to 2-0. In the 51st minute, Moutada Fall was sent off for a second yellow card for a foul inside the box. The referee also awarded a penalty in favor of the Blasters. Pereira Diaz did not miss the kick. Kerala won the toss and elected to field. Second win of the Yellow Jackets season. The Blazers started the 2021 – 2022 season with a 4 – 2 defeat to ATK Mohan Bagan in their opening match of the season against Odisha. The second match was a goalless draw against North East United and the third match was a 1-1 draw with Bangalore FC. Even the Blazers’ big fans said that this time the team will be as balanced as in previous seasons. However, the Blasters’ first blast victory in the fourth game. Odisha defeated FC 2-1. The Blazers thrashed Bangalore FC 3-1 in their first match of the Odisha season and East Bengal 6-4 in the second. The Yellow Jackets ended their one-year winning streak in the ISL on December 5 with a win over Odisha. After the 1-1 draw with East Bengal after the win over Odisha, fans were worried whether the Blasters would go back to the old ways. Because I wondered what the situation would be like if they draw against first-placed Mumbai City if they draw with East Bengal, who are at the bottom of the points table. However, the Kerala Blasters have thrashed Mumbai in the wind … Now the next match of the Blasters is against Chennai on Wednesday.