The initial shot was blocked by Santana, but on a Friday, Joel Sunday scored the second. But let’s forget the football. Because Arjun Jayaraj and Sinivasan Pandiyan did, right on the edge of halftime. The duo went in, hands cocked, tempers flaring, grabbing at each other's throats, only to see the red card soon after. Early showers boys. Its 10-a-side in the second half.
One reason, perhaps, is the amount of money spent on the production process in the first place. Insiders have given us some indicative figures. Where an IPL game (including Hawk Eye and foreign operators) costs about 40 lakh to put on the air, the Indian Super League operates on a per game cost of about 10 lakh. The I-League, in sharp contrast, involves a spend of only about 1-1. 5 lakh per game. Cheaper than bike 18:04 IST, Jan 04 Rs. 1-1. 5 lakh per game, the total spend for an I-League match! For comparison: the Man of the Match bike costs Rs.
Truer words have not been spoken. Watch the I-League 17:29 IST, Jan 04 5:30. On a Friday. If you aren't watching this match (the South Indian derby, or as our editor Leslie Xavier calls it, the Palakkad Derby) then what are you doing? Granted it doesn't have the quality of last night's City vs Liverpool game, but it has drums! Drums! What is football without percussion. Croquet. Chennai in Coimbatore 17:34 IST, Jan 04 Another irony of the I-League. Chennai City play their home games in Coimbatore!!! PENALTY 17:38 IST, Jan 04 37' Abhishek Das's long delivery is caught on Channai City hand! Gokulam have a chance to go ahead!!! Gokulam takes lead 17:44 IST, Jan 04 38' Joel Sunday takes the penalty for Gokulam, gets blocked by the Chennai custodian Nauzet Santana. He follows through and scores off the rebound.
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“We all produce players and they want to kill the product, ” a despairing Bajaj old the press. “We will die and cease to exist if we stop fighting. ” The association called on the AIFF to resolve the issue by Jan. 5, 2018. Failing this they will approach civil courts in India and, potentially, FIFA and the Court of Arbitration for Sport (an independent institution based in Lausanne that aims to facilitate resolution of disputes in sport). In response, the AIFF has so far passed the buck on to the broadcast and commercial partners, saying it has only a limited say in these matters.