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Gokulam Kerala pip Kryphsa in thrilling final to clinch maiden IWL title

Gokulam Kerala were crowned champions of the 2020 Indian Women's League after a dramatic 3-2 victory over Kangchup Road Young Physical and Sports Association (KRYPHSA) FC in the final in Bengaluru on Friday.

Gokulam raced to a 2-0 lead through early goals from Prameshwori Devi and Kamala Devi but Dangmei Grace pulled one back for Kryphsa to reduce the deficit before half-time.

Ratanbala Devi levelled the scores in the second half to set her team on course for what would have been a phenomenal comeback....

Kamala Devi, the Women's League MVP that India snubbed

Standing at just over 5'1", Yumnam Kamala Devi cuts an unassuming figure as she walks towards us. As she says hello and proffers a polite handshake, you wonder, is this the same person who has terrorized subcontinental defenses for over a decade?

Then she starts talking football, and the transformation is surreal. Oh, yes. This is the same person.

The eyes light up, the voice tightens, the power emanating from her becomes palpable. She talks about her journey. From playing football, cricket, and...

'Irreplaceable' Sunil Chhetri not going anywhere - Igor Stimac

Igor Stimac, the head coach of the Indian national football team, feels that captain Sunil Chhetri is "playing like a 29-year-old" and remains irreplaceable for the next few years.

The 35-year-old Chhetri hasn't scored in the last three games of the 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign. His last goal for India came in the 1-2 loss to Oman in September.

Asked if he has found any player in India who can replace Chhetri in the future, Stimac said, "I don't know why people mention about replacing Sunil,...

Deconstructing Indian football, via interstellar and time travel

The Indian men's national football team played its final game of 2019 on Tuesday night, losing tamely to Oman, and effectively ending their hopes of qualifying for the 2022 World Cup. 

What started as a year full of hope and excitement quickly turned into an unpredictable ride including a change of coach, memorable goals, historic results as well as heartbreaking defeats. 

There was really only one logical way to make sense of the chaotic year that was Indian football, as we put one of...

3/10 Chhetri sums up uninspired India

India's hopes of World Cup qualification are all but over after yet another disappointing display that saw them lose to Oman 1-0 in Muscat on Tuesday. Oman dominated the first half and failed to convert a penalty early on before taking the lead in the 33rd minute. With three draws and two losses from five games so far, India are currently fourth in the group with just three points.       

Player ratings: Oman 1-0 India

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India's display improved in the second half and...