The oldest football tournament of Asia, the Durand Cup, will have its finals played tomorrow on October 30. FC Goa and Mohammedan Sporting will meet to decide the winner of the trophy tomorrow. Goa will represent the ISL while Mohammedan Sporting will be representing the I-League.
FC Goa punched their ticket to the finals after defeating fellow ISL team Bengaluru FC on penalties. On the other hand, Mohammedan Sporting progressed to the finals after defeating FC Bengaluru United 4-2.
Here are the two squads that will be competing against each other for the trophy:
FC Goa squad:
Goalkeepers: Naveen Kumar, Hrithik Tiwari, Dheeraj Singh Moirangthem
Defenders: Leander D’Cunha, Saviour Gama, Sanson Pereira, Kunal Kundaikar, Manushawn Fernandes, Lalmangaihsanga (Papuia), Seriton Fernandes, Ivan Gonzalez, Aibanbha Dohling, Mohamed Ali
Midfielders: Edu Bedia (captain), Brison Fernandes, Muhammed Nemil, Alberto Noguera, Princeton Rebello, Danstan Fernandes, Alexander Romario Jesuraj, Redeem Tlang, Nongdamba Naorem, Glan Martins, Brandon Fernandes, Makan Winkle Chote, Christy Davis.
Forwards: Devendra Murgaonkar, Jorge Ortiz, Delton Colaco
Mohammedan SC squad:
Goalkeepers: Mithun Samanta, Susnata Malik, Kabir Toufik, Zothanmawia
Defenders: Arijeet Roy,, Balwinder Singh, Lalramchullova, Lalramhmunmawia, Manoj Mohammad, Safiul Rahaman, Shaher Shaheen, Sujit Sadhu, Wayne Vaz
Midfielders: Brandon Vanlalremdika, Buam, Faisal Ali, Firoj Ali, Malsawmzuala, Marcus Joseph, Milan Singh, Nikola Stojanovic (captain), Sk Faiaz, Ridge Demello, Sanjib Ghosh, Sushil Meitei
Forwards: Jaskaranpreet Singh, Stefan Ilic, Azaharuddin
While the match won’t be streamed on any TV channel in India, you can stream the finals of the Durand Cup on the Addatimes app at 6 pm.