Real Kashmir Concede In Extra Time To Draw 1-1 With Mumbai Kenkre

SRINAGAR- Real Kashmir FC was sunk by a late equaliser on Thursday as the team suffered a 1-1 draw against relegation-threatened Mumbai Kenkre FC in I-League at Synthetic Turf TRC here.

Playing at their home turf and with a winning momentum on their backs, Real Kashmir would have expected to take full three points against Mumbai Kenkre. But the Snow Leopards were in for a disappointment.

Real Kashmir goalkeeper Subhasish Roy Chowdhury made a number of quality saves to keep his team in the tie before forward Samuel Kynshi gave Real Kashmir the lead in the 68th minute. However, the Srinagar-based football club conceded via a corner kick in the 90+6 minute of extra time to end the game 1-1.

Real Kashmir will now play the final match of their 2022-23 I-League campaign away from home against second-placed Sreenidi Deccan FC on Sunday, March 5.

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