ISL 2022-23: History Of ISL Match Between East Bengal FC & Bengaluru FC, Head To Head, Most Goals

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East Bengal FC vs Bengaluru FC

The match-up between East Bengal FC and Bengaluru FC is always a very exciting one. The rivalry dates back to the I-League days when the two top-dog teams used to be heavyweights. Both the teams have played each other in the I-League, Indian Super League (ISL), Super Cup, and Federation Cup. In this ISL 2022-23 game, the match will be played at the Shree Kanteerava Stadium in Bengaluru. The match is slated to begin at 7:30 PM (IST).

Head coach of East Bengal FC Stephen Constantine would be reuniting with his former coached boys when he trained them during his stint as the Indian national team coach. The likes of Sunil Chhetri, Sandesh Jhingan, and Udanta Singh of Bengaluru FC have been previously trained by East Bengal FC’s Gaffer.

In this article, we take a look at the history between East Bengal FC and Bengaluru FC and also the head-to-head record:

History of East Bengal FC and Bengaluru FC

The rivalry between these two sides is one of the top-tier rivalries in Indian football. The duo has faced each other on 14 occasions across the I-League, ISL, Super Cup, and Federation Cup. East Bengal FC has an upper hand as they have won 7 occasions. Bengaluru has won 6 times and 1 game has ended in a draw,

Head-to-Head (In ISL)

East Bengal FC- 1

Bengaluru FC- 2

Draw- 1

Most Goals

East Bengal FC

Bhaichung Bhutia- 148 goals

Bengaluru FC

Sunil Chhetri- 99 goals

Where to watch the East Bengal FC vs Bengaluru FC ISL 2022-23 match on TV in India?

The East Bengal FC vs Bengaluru FC ISL 2022-23 match will be telecasted live on the Star Sports network in India.

Where to watch the live streaming of the East Bengal FC vs Bengaluru FC ISL 2022-23 match in India?

The East Bengal FC vs Bengaluru FC ISL 2022-23 match will be live-streamed on the Disney+ Hotstar application in India.

Squads

East Bengal FC

Kamaljit Singh, Pawan Kumar, Suvam Sen, Pritam Kumar Singh, Mohammad Rakip, Sarthak Golui, Jerry Lalrinzuala, Iván González, Charalambos Kyriakou, Lalchungnunga, Mobashir Rahman, Souvik Chakrabarti, Alex Lima, Amarjit Singh Kiyam,  Aniket Jadhav, Naorem Mahesh Singh, VP Suhair, Sumit Passi, Cleiton Silva, Eliandro

Bengaluru FC

Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, Lara Sharma, Amrit Gope, Alan Costa, Namgyal Bhutia, Parag Shrivas, Wungngayam Muirang, Prabir Das, Hira Mondal, Sandesh Jhingan, Aleksandar Jovanovic, Bruno Ramires, Jayesh Rane, Suresh Wangjam, Danish Farooq, Rohit Kumar, Biswa Darjee, Javi Hernandez, Sunil Chhetri, Prince Ibara, Udanta Singh, Sivasakthi Narayanan, Leon Augustine, Roy Krishna, Faisal Ali.

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