Air Force Club have had more possession for the entirety of the match but Bengaluru looked like they were out of the game only after conceding. Bengaluru were playing according to their strengths by blocking their opponents and hitting them on the counter.
But the Air Force club frontline, inspired by a brilliant Amjad Radhi, finally found the breakthrough. the tournament’s top scorer Ahmed Hammadi was in target once again. Bengaluru players looked dejected at the end of the incredible 8 minutes of extra time, but no one can deny that they have come a long way for a club that was formed only three years ago.
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