Established in 1953 and DSA champion twice in the past, prestigious Garhwal Heroes Football Club today reached the finals of DSA Senior Division Annual Open Clubs Football leagues’ Championships by defeating the Youngman team with 6-0 at Ambedkar Football Stadium in the presence of good number of highly enthusiastic football fans and football veterans.
The semifinal match started at 4.06 PM. Prior to the commencement of the match several dignitories including the former terrific footballer Shyam Thapa were introduced to the olayers of both the teams viz Garhwal Heroes n the Youngman.
The semifinal match began with an attack from the team Youngman in the initial minutes of the game, but highly spirited Garhwal Heroes did not allow them to be successful in their pursuits and were clever enough to invade in their territory with tremendous energy, scoring the very first goal in the 5th minute amid cheers from the fans at the stands. The first goal was shot by Charles, the prolific Garhwal striker.
Thereafter, both the teams displayed attacks after attacks on each others’ defence but Garhwal Heroes dominated the game as Kamal, Maheep and Charles converted a series of cheeky passes leading to Garhwal Heroes second goal in in just 15th minutes. The energy level n enthusiasm of the players of Garhwal Heroes was so high spirited n in sequence that the aggressive attempts from the opponent Youngman aimed at equalizing the score failed at every level.
However, terrific Garhwal Heroes keeping their flag high, scored their third consecutive goal in the 31st minute making the score 3-0 thus demoralising their oponent Youngman. The fans n football veterans at the stands were enjoying every moment of the competition despite raised temperature. Surprisingly to the shock of the Youngman supporters, the third goal came from Kamal Rawat who converted Maheep’s pass into a goal by a power-packed shot through a narrow n difficult angle. As followed, Garhwal kept on combining well and upping their team effort resulting in emphatic goals in the 33rd, 36th, and 43rd minutes of the game to award Garhwal Heroes a fabulous lead of 6-0.
This ravishing scoreline was a result of a beautiful display of short, accurate passes and a well-coordinated attacking line of Kamal Rawat and Charles (strikers), T. Haukib, Aman Thapa and Maheep (midfielders). The defenders did a fantastic job and complemented the efforts of the strikers and midfielders to ensure a clean sweep by Garhwal. After this extremely eventful first half, the fans witnessed a goalless second half as Garwhal sailed into the finals with a final scoreline of 6-0, thanks to Charles’ hat-trick and other brilliant goals by Kamal Rawat, Aman Thapa and support from Haukib! Due to the extremely hot and humid weather today, a 2-minute water break was given to the players in each half of the match.
Semifinal 2 will be played tomorrow on Tuesday, 28 May 2019 at 4:00 pm at Ambedkar Stadium between defending champions Indian Air Force (New Delhi) and Delhi FC.
FINAL: The winner of Semifinal 2 will face Garhwal Heroes in the finals on Thursday, 30th May 2019 for a cash prize of INR 1.5 lacs (INR 75,000 cash prize for the Runner-Up).
Garhwal was established in the year 1953 and went on to be crowned the Champion in 1986 and 2013. It will look to lift the esteemed championship cup for the third time in its history on the 30th of May, 2019, so come support your team in huge numbers!
Kudos to Garhwal Heroes for repeatedly proving its mettle. A football team with scarce resources makes it to the top
*GARHWAL ENTER SEMIFINALS*
Garhwal Heroes, the table toppers of their group in the preliminary stage, had their last match of the Super League today on 22 May 2019, Wednesdayat the Ambedkar Stadium, New Delhi. The encounter was against Indian Nationals, owned and operated by the Amity Group of Institutions with abundant funding for the club. It was a very significant match for both the teams as today’s defeat would’ve meant a missed chance to enter the semifinals as well as an ouster from the DSA (Football Delhi) Senior Division Open Club League Championship. This time again, Garhwal fielded a well-rounded team that included the Nigerian striker Charles, who was earlier not played in the preliminary stages, though he showed ultimate class in play and character on the field when he was fielded in the last match that Garhwal won by a mind blowing scoreline of 5-1. The victory was made sweeter by all the fans present in huge numbers who came in response to the social media coverage and updates of the club, encouraging fans to come and support their beloved team in this must-win match with utmost vigour and enthusiasm.
The match started at 4:52 pm against the scheduled time of 4:45 pm. In the beginning, the opponents showed their strength by initiating attacks towards our half from the very start itself. But the formidable lineup of Garhwal did not allow them to sustain their efforts for long, as our half line combined and reached the opponent’s D wherein again Charles, the Nigerian striker, combining with other players, displayed his immaculate maturity, spontaneity, presence of mind and skill to utilize the cheeky set of tricks and tactics that he had just showcased to convert the brilliantly orchestrated move into a goal in the 11th minute. This goal came to the utter surprise of the opponents in the early minutes of the game and in response, the opponent players started attacking Garwal, in a full-blown effort to equalize. However, the Garhwal players, keeping in mind their motto of winning, kept their focus and maintained their natural game and combined well, to find an opportune moment to score another goal and thereby cement their lead as a one-goal margin was not enough. And it was here! In the 45th minute of the first half, as there was an airborne cross from Thapa, Charles positioned himself in such a way as to cut the opponent goalie’s access to the airborne ball, which finally dropped behind the goalie and was neatly pushed into the net by Gaurav Rawat (Daani). This goal put Garhwal in a more stable lead of 2-0. After the halftime, the opponents seemed visibly desperate to reduce the margin but were not focused as per the plan of their coach. Garhwal took full advantage of this situation and it was in the 77th minute in the second half that they meticulously showed their skill in the opponent’s D amidst the melee of players from both sides – the ball was rebound off Aman Thapa’s powerful shot which was then diligently converted into a goal by a power-packed shot by T. Haukib through a narrow angle. The opponent’s goalkeeper was stunned, naturally so, as the Garwal strikers didn’t even allow him a moment of movement between the said rebound and the goal.
After the third goal, Garhwal created many such moments where it could’ve increased the margin, while the opponents also tried their best to salvage themselves, often shooting aimlessly as a result of their desperation. In the end, Garhwal stood victorious with a ravishing score of 3-0 and sailed into the semifinals!
The Garhwal Heroes was established in the year 1953 and became first-time champions in 1986 and subsequently in the year 2013, and is on the journey to become the champions this time with the blessings of all you fans and supporters.
Good luck, Garhwal! Bring home the Cup!!
Premier League: Liverpool face Tottenham Hotspur test in quest for title
Liverpool face arguably the toughest challenge remaining in their quest to end nearly three decades without a Premier League title when a Tottenham side with their own desperate need for points visit Anfield on Sunday.
Jurgen Klopp’s men hold a two-point lead over Manchester City at the top of the Premier League table but have played one game more meaning they need the champions to slip up at some point in their remaining eight games.
However, City face a brutal April schedule as they bid to complete a historic quadruple of trophies and still have to travel to local rivals Manchester United, as well as hosting Tottenham themselves Tricky trips to Southampton, Cardiff, and Newcastle, who are all battling for survival, await Liverpool but the majority of their seven remaining games are at fortress Anfield, where they have dropped just four points all season.
“They are unbeaten in the Premier League at Anfield, it is going to be a massive challenge,” admitted Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino. “We respect them, they are doing a good job.” Just a few weeks ago, Spurs could have circled Sunday’s visit as a chance to claw back ground in the title race themselves.
However, a run of just one point from their last four Premier League games has left Pochettino’s men, now 15 points adrift of Liverpool in third, scrambling just to protect their place in the top four.
Three weeks have passed since their last outing for Pochettino to stew over a 2-1 defeat at Southampton and the Argentine wants a reaction at Anfield.
“We are in a very good position in the Premier League and the Champions League, but of course it is not enough” added Pochettino.
“I feel little disappointed because in some periods during the season we were really good and some, like now, we are not showing our real quality.” A trip north kicks off a momentous week for Spurs as they will finally begin life in the club’s new 62,000 capacity stadium on Wednesday against Crystal Palace after months of delays.
Pochettino hailed the venue as “the best stadium in the world”, but its unveiling at a reported cost of 1 billion has only emphasised the need for Spurs to make sure it hosts Champions League football next season.
However, Klopp believes Tottenham will be buoyed just by the experience of training in their new home this week.
“I think these are exciting times for Tottenham. I saw only pictures of it and it looks pretty impressive,” he added.
“Tottenham played their last game three weeks ago, I don’t think anybody feels any defeat from three weeks ago.
“We expect the strongest Tottenham you can expect because I heard nothing about any injury problems or whatever. They had a few over the season but not in the moment, so there will be a strong side here. A world-class team will be here.” Indeed, Harry Kane continued his strong comeback from an ankle injury by scoring in both England’s comprehensive victories over the Czech Republic and Montenegro.
Kane’s streak of 12 goals in 13 matches for club and country has seen him move level with Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane on 17 Premier League goals, just one behind Man City’s Sergio Aguero in the race for the Golden Boot.
Salah pipped Kane to the award last season, but the Egyptian has scored just once in the last 10 games, while Mane has shouldered the goalscoring burden with 11 in as many games “I’m sure all the players up there will be looking to get that award,” said Kane.
“But it’s just a bonus. As a striker, I’ll be trying to help my team as much as possible.”
UEFA fines Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo for Atletico celebration
Juventus forward Cristiano Ronaldo was fined 20,000 euros ($22,712) by UEFA for a gesture he made while celebrating in their Champions League victory over Atletico Madrid last week, European soccer’s governing body said on Thursday.
Ronaldo escaped a ban and will, therefore, be free to face Ajax Amsterdam in the quarter-finals, with the first leg to be played in the Netherlands on April 10.
Ronaldo, who scored a hat-trick as the Italian champions overturned a 2-0 deficit from the first leg to win 3-2 on aggregate against Atletico, gestured towards his groin with two hands.
Atletico coach Diego Simeone had celebrated in a similar way after his team’s opening goal in the first leg in the Spanish capital.
The Argentine coach was fined the same amount by UEFA’s Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Committee.
Football: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has given Man United momentum, says Ryan Giggs
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has given Manchester United momentum thanks to his tactical acumen and past links to the club, and United should give him the manager’s job on a permanent basis, club great has said Ryan Giggs.
Wales manager Giggs, who was Solskjaer’s team mate at Old Trafford for 11 seasons, thought the Norwegian caretaker boss had done enough to be handed the reins next season.
“We’ve messed around far too long,” Giggs told The Guardian.
“When you’ve got someone who knows the club, who is tactically astute, clearly has the players and fans on board, that gives you lots of momentum.
“There will be bumps in the road but most fans imagine what he could do with the money that’s been spent the last few years.
“He studied the game while he had a bad injury and then he coached (the reserves) at the club. So I always thought he had that potential because he knows the game and has that inner steel.”
Solskjaer’s credentials will be tested this week when United travel to Chelsea later on Monday for a fifth-round FA Cup clash before they host Liverpool in the Premier League on Sunday.
PRODIGY FOOTBALLER MEETS HER SAD END IN AUSTRALIA
Sometimes the God is so unkind and ruthless that most tragic, highly shocking and unfortunately anguishing incidents happen making everybody shell shocked. It’s undoubtedly a hard fact that whoever has taken birth on this earth has to go one day and its a mandatory rule of the Almighty. Some go earlier while some after enjoying the life to the full attaining whatever they’d wished.
But when a person leaves this universe at an adoloscent age while making his or her career as a shining star the tragedy not only catastrophically shocks everyone but also leaves his or her parents and near and dear ones alive for no reason or purpose of life.
I am talking here about one such hugest tragedy of a budding and highly talented prodigy footballer Nitisha Negi who met her last in Australia perhaps two days ago where she had gone to participate on behalf of the Schools Games Federation of India representing our country as one of the players of the India students football team. Because of her inborn talent as a prodigy footballer having won number of awards and felicitations at such a tender age earlier, Nitisha Negi was sent to Australia by the School Games Federation of India to participate in the prestigious Pan Pacific Asian Games where she met with the tragedy at the sea while clicking pictures having got surreptitiously swept away in the sea tides.
The body of late Nitisha Negi, an excellent footbal prodigy will reach Delhi on 16th December, 2017 for cremation. Her body will be kept for ANTIM DARSHAN AND SHRADHANJALI at Garhwal Bhawan on Saurday the 16th, from 5 to 8 PM to be finally consigned to flames. Nitisha’ s untimely tragic demise has sent shock waves in the entire football fraternity of India as well as, amongst the Uttarakhand community globally.
While expressing our heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family I on behalf of the Uttarakhand Journalists Forum prray to Almighty to give peace to the pious soul and enough strenghth to the aggrieved family to bear this most irreperable loss. In the meanwhile the union minister of state for textiles and member of parliament from Almora Uttarakhand Ajay Tamta visited the parents at the deceased prodigy’s house and shared the grief with them.
Ajay Tamta assured the aggrieved parents of Nitisha of all possible financial assistence through the Uttarakhand CM’s discreationery fund and stringent action against the officials responsible for their negligence in this shocking episode. He was accompanied by Dr. Vinod Bacheti,Chairman DPMI. Om Shanti
SUNL NEGI, President, Uttarakhand Journalists Forum
GARHWAL HEROES ARE CHAMPIONS AGAIN
A prominent footbal team of youngsters of Uttarakhand, having a national character known as GARHWAL HEROES FOOTBALL CLUB is adding feathers aftar feathers to its cap. In a prestigious footbal tournament yesterday namely KALI KUMAON CLUB FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS being held in Champawat, Uttarakhand, Garhwal Heroes Footbal Club defeated Banaras by 2-0 in the finals and became the CHAMPIONS. Hundreds of football lovers were present during the match at CHAMPAWAT adding grace and vitality to the tournament. The union minister of state for textiles Ajay Tamta was the chief guest at the prize giving felicitation ceremony who delivered the Championship trophy and a cheque of Rs 1 lakh to the victorious team of GHFC while the runners up team of Banaras was handed over Rs.50000. The minister lauded the fantastic game of GHFC and congratulated both the teams for their bright future. He said, victory and defeat are the two sides of the coin and therefore the losing team should never feel disheartened and rather gearup for the next victory.
The football championship was organised by a leading entrepreneur of Uttarakhand Narendra Singh Ladwal. The Garhwal Heroes Footbal Club comprises of few Nigerian playersas well who have contributed tremendously in the victory of GHFC. Prior to this triumph GHFC has been the Delhi footbal champion twice and is a popular Indian Football team at national level too having defeated several prestigious state teams in the past. The credit for the team’s good and outstanding performance primarily goes to its players but the patron, president and general secretary of Garhwal Heroes Footbal Club namely BS Negi, Anil Negi, JS Patwal,Rattan Rawat and Mr. Rana also deserve special mention and appreciation for their untiring efforts to enhance the prestige of the team to a level, highly laudable, as it is today. These four inspirers of the team managed funds and enthused the players to bring laurels for the club, state of Uttarakhand and the nation. GARHWAL HEROES FOOTBAL CLUB today is a household name in India especially in every Uttarakhandies mind and heart. BRAVO GARHWAL HEROES.The Uttarakhand Journalists Forum conveys its heartiest greeting to GHFC on this occasion and urges upon the chief minisyer of Uttarakhand Trivendra Singh Rawat to encourage sports, particularly football and cricket in the state as there is no dearth of potential sportsmen in the state but the complacense attitude of succesive governments during the 17 years have not been so encoraging, unfortunately.
Barcelona with another win in pre-season classico
Fans were amazed when they witnessed probably the most entertaining rivalry between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid FC on 30th July 2017 at 5:30 IST. This pre-season el classico was not just a normal pre-season friendly, because every time there is a match between Barcelona and Real Madrid, its much more than just a game. Just like India vs Pakistan in cricket, this el classico is always entertaining. This was held in Hard Rock stadium in USA for the international champions cup.
But every time there is a classico, fans always expect more from it. And considering the fact, all the best players in the world like Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo, Neymar, Luis Suarez, Gareth Bale are part of it makes it more interesting. And yes, this is more than just a game. A regular el classico gets a T.V. audience of around 400 million.
The match started at 5:30 AM in India and Barcelona fans were thrilled when Lionel Messi scored withing 3 minutes of the kick off and Rakitic with the second goal making it 0-2 withing 6 minutes for Barcelona. Barcelona looked comfortable till the time Mateo Kovacic scored in 14th minute and later Marco Asensio equalising before half time at 36th minute which was witnessed by 66,014 fans who enjoyed the first half with the 4 goals and the hype in it.
The second half started with both the teams scoring 2 goals. The third goal for Barcelona came from the centre back Gerrard Pique from the beautiful freekick by the forward Neymar after he was fouled. The match continued to be interesting with both sides creating chances but none of them taken well. The match ended with a 3-2 win for FC Barcelona.
Barcelona’s team poses with the trophy after winning the el classico at Hard Rock Stadium field. This was the first time the two Spanish soccer teams faced each other in USA.
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