Riyadh In the final of the 76th Santosh jewel football event held in Riyadh, Karnataka defeated Meghalaya by three pretensions to two pretensions to seal the first Santosh jewel held abroad. After 54 times, the platoon will reach Bengaluru from Riyadh with the Santosh jewel.
In the final match at the King Fahd International Stadium in Riyadh, Karnataka movedMeghalaya’s thing circle in the alternate nanosecond of the game. Number two playerSunil Kumar converted a pass from the left side of the field. Meghalaya’s Brolington Warlerpi scored a penalty in the eighth nanosecond of the first half to equalise, but Karnataka took the lead through Beke Oram in the 18th nanosecond. Again in the 43rd nanosecond, Karnataka’s number three Taram Robin Yadav took Meghalaya’s thing with a beautiful long ranger in the free kick.
Steen Stevenson scored Meghalaya’s alternate thing in the fifty- ninth nanosecond of the alternate half of the game. Both the brigades played well but the movements of both the brigades were rough at times. Meghalaya’s many advances were saved by Karnataka goalie Satyajith Bordollai with a beautiful diving save. An emotional move by Meghalaya in the final seconds went wide of the thing post.
further football suckers came to the colosseum to watch the final than thesemi-finals, but the,000- seat King Fahd Stadium was confined to only one corner. utmost of the observers were Malayalees. As part of the crusade on the last day, AmbassadorDr. Suhail Ajaskhan also reached the colosseum. The minister distributed the jewel to the winners.
Along with the Indian Embassy, the Indian Football Association in Riyadh and the Lulu Hypermarket Group commanded the crusade conditioning on the final day. Indian Football Association Technical Committee Chairman Shakeel Tiroorkad said that he wassuitable to bring numerous Malayalees to the colosseum for the final and as soon as he got the information, he tried to shoot a communication to the Indian community from within the limits. Riyadh Indian Football Patron Mujeeb Uppada also told ‘ Chandrika ’ that 90 percent of those who came to the colosseum were Malayalis and numerouscame from Riyadh and the Eastern Province