India face Macau with eye on Asian Cup 2019 berth

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Nicholas Tarrao scored for Macau in the first half, to take the two teams to half-time at 1-1.

With the Blue Tigers all set to make a return to a competition they last participated in 2011, here's a look at when and where one can catch India's match against Macau Live.

India started with a 4-2-3-1 formation with Chhetri playing behind Jeje with the only surprise being Jackichand Singh starting on the right wing instead of Udanta Singh. Jeje essayed it to Balwant in vacant space who sped past his marker and laid it for Chhetri at the other end to tap it in.

The second goal came as a relief for most of the fans, and it came in the 60th minute.

On a night where it rained nearly all throughout, India pressed the pedal from right from the kick-off. Skipper Sunil Chettri found himself felled by opposition centre back Lao Kin in front of the box in the 20th minute, and blazed his ensuing free-kick over the bar. The drizzle had stopped by then and both teams headed to the interval at 1-1. Balwant Singh was continuously threatening as he kept striding forward with scary runs and produced phenomenal display for his side. Jeje's flicked header from a long ball in the 21st minute saw Lao Kin hold back Chhetri in a bid to prevent him from receiving it in a unsafe position outside the box. In the 56th minute, Jhingan came close to scoring with a good header off a Eugeneson Lyngdoh corner, but his attempt was tipped over by Fai.

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Constantine made his second change in the 65th minute - Md Rafique coming in for Borges.

Despite having goalkeepers like Atanu Bhattacharya and Brahmanand Shankhwalkar, a defence that boasted names like Sudip Chatterjee, Subrata Bhattacharya and a strike force of Shabbir Ali, Biswajit Bhattacharya and Babu Mani, Milovan's India never recovered from a 2-0 defeat to Singapore, recording further defeats to UAE and China in their five-team group.

It was smooth sailing from there on as India were handed a two-goal advantage, when Lam Seng found his clearance loop off his boot and over the hapless goalkeeper Ho Fai for a fortuitous own goal.

The third substitution was made in the 77th minute - Salam Ranjan Singh replacing Anas Edathodika and making his debut for the Indian National Team in the process. Jeje Lalpekhlua sent a sensational pass to midfielder Borges, struck hard for the opening goal.

The path to the qualification to Asian Cup UAE 2019 became more positive for the hosts when in the 70 minute, a deflected shot from Holicharan Narzary hit Macau's Lam Ka Seng and the ball went in to his own net.

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