CRPF defeated Chhattisgarh Police by 11 goals, J&K won by 2 goals against Bihar Police in B N Mullik Memorial All India Police Football tournament

Srinagar: CRPF out classed Chhattisgarh Police in a one-sided affair game by 11 goals while hosts J&K Police trounced Bihar Police by 2.0 goals during the 7Ist B N Mullik Memorial All India Police Football tournament being played here on Monday.
It was a one sided affair for the CRPF against Chhattisgarh Police who tried to score a goal but failed in front of the strong defence.
The match between J&K Police and Bihar police teams played with an aggressive and fast-paced style with each side making several attempts to score the goal.
However, it was the J&K Police team that managed to break through the opposition’s defence twice and won the game at Synthetic Turf Ground in Srinagar.
In another match of the day Meghalaya police defeated Assam Rifles with a solitary goal while West Bengal Police defeated Chandigarh Police by 3.0 goals at At Synthetic Turf Ground in Srinagar.
At Polo Ground, the match between Odisha Police and ITBP ended in a draw despite best efforts by both the teams to score a goal, while Punjab Police defeated Telangana Police with a score of 4:1.
Jharkhand Police defeated Madhya Pradesh Police by 2:0 and Delhi Police defeated Haryana Police by 5:1.
The CISF and Maharashtra Police match at Bakshi Stadium ended with an equal score of 2:2 goals.The match between Assam Police and Goa also ended in a draw. Despite their best efforts, the match ended in a goalless draw also.
At Kashmir University Ground the match between SSB and Sikkim Police ended in a draw with one each goal scored by both sides while Kerala Police defeated Arunachal Pradesh by a score of 2:0.
Similarly Mizoram Police won an one sided affair against Gujarat Police with 9:1 and Tamil Nadu played a draw against Manipur Police with 1:1 scored by each side.
The second day of the highly anticipated tournament saw 28 teams (14 matches) played at four different venues with great athleticism, sportsmanship, and passion for the game.

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