South Asia Domestic Wrap: ATK lead, Bengaluru move up
New Delhi: Domestic league action resumed following the international break as the Indian Super League saw Bengaluru move up to second in the standings.
Bhutan's Premier League season came to an end as Transport United held on to second place despite falling to a defeat against BFF United.
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Indian Super League: Chhetri strike seals in for Bengaluru
In the first ISL match after the international break, Bengaluru FC faced Kerala Blasters on Saturday with Sunil Chhetri putting aside India's disappointment in the Asian Qualifiers to strike the only goal of the match.
The win took the defending champions to second in the standings while Kerala Blasters are in seventh.
Sunday saw Odisha take on ATK in what proved to be yet another hard-fought contest with neither side able to break the stalemate.
The draw, which was ATK’s first of the season, didn't affect their hold over the top of the table.
Odisha, with five points, are sixth.
🗣| "We may be at the top of the table, but we will need to improve if we are to stay there.”— Indian Super League (@IndSuperLeague) November 24, 2019
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Bhutan: Season comes to an end
Champions Paro FC ended the season with a 1-0 win over Thimphu FC as they celebrated winning the Best Grassroots Award from the Asian Football Confederation last week.
Runners-up Transport United ended their season with a defeat to BFF Academy.
Photo: Bengaluru FC
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