The Effort of SC East Bengal Towards Being the ISL Champion

SC East Bengal coach is hoping to win against the ISL title holders…On Tuesday, SC East Bengal will attempt to record their second win of the current 2021-22 Indian Super League (ISL) season when they play against Mumbai City.

The Red and Golds have had a terrible season so far, sitting at the bottom of the table with just 10 points from 17 matches, but coach Mario Rivera said that they are working on their errors and attempting to correct them in every game they play. “After each match, we analyze it thoroughly. We strive to find out what went wrong and

“Mumbai is doing good. They have good quality players, so it will be a tough game.”

Eelco Schattorie’s NorthEast United too are desperate for points as they sit just above East Bengal on the table in seventh spot with 17 points- courtesy three wins in their last four games. The Highlanders have been impressive since Schattorie took charge and will go into this game looking to get something from it.

“NorthEast United is a very good team, they’re playing very well,” said Rivera. “It’s not an easy match at all.”

Hira Mondal could be the one to watch out for in NorthEast United ranks as his presence upfront has added an extra dimension to their attack.

Rivera was quick to mention that Mondal is a quality player but also stated that his side have prepared themselves well to stop the NorthEast United forward.

“Of course, he’s a good player, but we are preparing ourselves for this match very well.”

The Spanish coach has also mentioned that he is looking to play the game with his usual attacking style. With time running out for SC East Bengal in this campaign, Rivera wants to take no risks and go all-out to get something from this fixture.

“We are trying to play our football,” said Rivera. “We have nothing to lose so we will go for it.” “In football, when you go for it, anything can happen. We hope that we do not lose the game tomorrow.”


Current standing of SC East Bengal

SC East Bengal have been one of the exciting sides in this year’s ISL and have given a lot of teams a run for their money with some good football on show. However, they need to turn these draws into wins if they are to have any chance of staying afloat in the competition. However, with time running out for them this season, Rivera can be expected to take some risks and go all-out against NorthEast United.

The two sides face off at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium on Tuesday night and it will be interesting to see how it goes.

“Mumbai City is doing good,” said Rivera. “They have good quality players, so it will be a tough game.”

Rivera was quick to mention that Mondal is a quality player but also stated that his side have prepared themselves well to stop the NorthEast United forward. “Of course, he’s a good player, but we are preparing ourselves for this match very well.”

The Spanish coach has also mentioned that he is looking to play the game with his usual attacking style. With time running out for SC East Bengal in this campaign, Rivera wants to take no risks and go all-out to get something from this fixture.

“We are trying to play our football,” said Rivera. “We have nothing to lose so we will go for it.” “In football, when you go for it, anything can happen. We hope that we do not lose the game tomorrow.”

Despite being the underdogs in their season’s first encounter against Mumbai City, SC East Bengal’s coach stated that they would not accept anything less than a victory, which is the tradition of Kolkata side founded in 1899.

“We’re going for the win in the second leg, but we have to take some risks. We are prepared for it. SC East Bengal is always aiming to win, and they will do so again on Sunday,” he emphasized.

After his side’s penalty miss against Leicester City, the manager was asked whether he would take another chance at hitting a post. “I don’t know,” he replied. “We’ll see what happens.” He then turned his attention to the opposite side of the pitch, where Radamel Falcao had been quiet during half-time before scoring two

“Hira is a fantastic player and has a very distinctive set of skills,” he opined. “I talk to him a lot. If he keeps going like this and learn every day, he will be in the (Indian) national team soon. But for now, he needs to learn more and correct his mistakes. He is on the right track.”Rivera outlined his plan to counter the physical presence of Chhetri and co.

“I don’t think many teams can play with us in such a way that they will be able to match our physicality. I am expecting them (Bengaluru) to come up with a really tough game and we need to be ready for that. We don’t need to underestimate them, they played very well in the last season.”

“Bengaluru FC has always been a tough opponent for us and most importantly because of their brilliant home record. But hopefully we will manage to break that this time.” SC East Bengal – not one team but many teams

SC East Bengal has come back as the I-League champion. In their last game, they faced Aizawl FC in an away match where they ended up winning 3-1.

“We are aiming to get back into winning track, against a side that has never beaten us before,” said Mondal earlier this week. “It is not just about revenge but it is about performing well, both individually and collectively.”

The team has won the league championships six times. But weak starts during the Indian Super League (ISL) season 2, I-League 2016-17 season, and Federation Cup 2017 has not given them chances to win any titles this year.

SC East Bengal coach warns BFC Ahead of the second leg of the semi-final, coach Subhash Bhowmick has warned Bengaluru FC about underestimating his team.

“It was a tactical mistake from us as we failed to stop their attack. If you make simple mistakes against players like Sunil Chhetri and Udanta Singh, then you will be doomed,” he said.