See India vs Nepal Live Streaming Football Match World Cup Qualification, AFC Qualification.Watch India vs Nepal Live Streaming World Cup Qualification, AFC Qualification, Enjoy India vs Nepal Live Streaming World Cup Qualification, AFC Qualification. IND vs NEP Live Streaming Football Match. Constantine and his boys are in great spirit following their 2-0 victory but will be wary of the threat Nepal pose in Kathmandu’s Dashrath Stadium…
90 minutes separates India from booking a berth into the 2018 World Cup’s qualifying group stages as they face Nepal challenge in the second leg of the pre-qualifier in Kathmandu’s Dashrath Stadium.
The Blue Tigers ran 2-0 victory in the first leg in Guwahati wherein they dominated the proceedings and didn’t allow the visiting side to make an impact.
In the first half, they created several openings but failed to capitalize on the same due to the wastefulness upfront. Add to this they conceded possession cheaply in the middle of the park.
However in the second half, they put in a much improved performance after the half-time talk by coach Stephen Constantine. The results were evident as they scored twice through Sunil Chhetri and could have tripled the lead when the now vice-captain of the side hadn’t missed from the spot.
India vs Nepal Live Score:
India = 0 ________________ Nepal = 0
It must be noted that India attacked down the right primarily through Francis Fernandes while Eugeneson Lyngdoh was a handful for the Nepali midfielders especially with his late runs into the opposition box.
Jackichand Singh was a livewire on the left after he came on for Lalrindika Ralte who had an average performance by his standards.
Constantine would certainly be pleased that his side kept a clean sheet despite the fact that three of the four defenders made their debut on the international stage in a crucial World Cup pre-qualifier tie. It also highlighted that the English coach and his assistant Shanmugham Venkatesh are brave in their decision making.
Robin Singh and Chhetri combined well but Constantine would hope that the former gets on the score sheet often as it is fair to state that the team is dependent on the Bengaluru FC skipper for goals since the Wim Koevermans era.
“When you play at home in front of your people and you wear the national colours, you are going to fight. Nepal are fighters since the beginning of time. So I expect Nepal to fight as they did in India,” said Constantine.
Nepal will bank on their home support to buoy them when they take to field against neighbours, India.
Coach Jack Stefanowski stated that the Gorkhalis have it in them to fight until the end and it is about time that the 180th ranked nation proves the same on the pitch on Tuesday.
Defender Sagar Thapa has recovered in time from the knock he suffered in the first leg while Bimal Gharti Magar will hope to find his scoring boots as Nepal need to score at least three goals and keep a clean sheet as well in order to progress into the next round.
“We are a team who are very passionate about our country. The home game definitely makes a big difference as we will be playing in front of our own fans. We want to put in a good performance,” said Stefanowski.
KATHMANDU, MAR 17 – The joint Nepal-India limit upgradation works will begin on Thursday.
A senior government official said on Monday that they have gotten affirmation from the Indian side to start the works taking into account the understandings made prior.
“For one thing, there will be fringe study lives up to expectations from eastern Nepal. After that, the two sides will begin the works with respect to upgradation of fringe columns,” the authority said.
Separate overview groups will be conveyed to focus the state of the fringe columns. They will utilize the maps, which were together arranged by the two nations in 2007, as reference. Boss area officers from Nepal and locale judges from India will lead their particular groups in the limit upgradation meets expectations.
Nepal and India have arranged 182 sheets of limit maps which incorporate the profoundly questioned territories, for example, Susta and Kalapani.
On February 12, the Cabinet meeting had endorsed the proposition to send authorities for fringe review. Nepali and Indian authorities had likewise held preparatory gatherings for the joint limit lives up to expectations in the first week of February. Executive General of Department of Survey Madhusudan Adhikari said that every group will have four extra separation bunches.
“The primary group will keep record of columns, the second will recreate missing or harmed columns, the third will pass the no man’s territory, handle the cross-holding issue and behavior stock, and the fourth will ponder GPS and set the outskirt columns and limit in light of the maps arranged by the two sides,” Adhikari said.
Nepal and India have raised an aggregate of 8,553 fringe columns, of which 1,325 are missing and 1,956 are harmed.
“We will erect new columns in spots where the columns are missing and the current ones will be painted white. We suspect that the issue of cross-holding will take additional time than raising or remodeling the outskirt columns,” Adhikari said.
The two sides plan to finish the works inside four years.