India defeated Nepal 3-0 in the final of 2021 SAFF Championship with goals from Sunil Chhetri, Suresh Wangjam and Sahal Abdul Samad.
India crushed Nepal 3-0 to win their eighth SAFF Championship title after second-half goals from Sunil Chhetri, Suresh Wangjam and Sahal Abdul Samad in Male, Maldives.
The final will be the 12th for India in 13 editions which shows the domination of India in this regional tournament.
Sunil Chhetri made his international debut in 2005 against Pakistan in Quetta under head coach Sukhwinder Singh and went on to break all the possible records in Indian football.
Seven-time champions India face history-chasing Nepal in the 2021 SAFF Championship final. Check match and telecast details of the IND vs NEP football clash.
Needing a win to enter the SAFF Championship 2021 final, India defeated holders and hosts Maldives 3-1. Blue Tigers face Nepal in the title clash.
India have so far scored two goals in the ongoing SAFF Championships and both came through Sunil Chhetri, who equalled legendary Pele with his 77th strike in the match against Nepal.
Indian national football team takes on hosts Maldives in a virtual semi-final to make SAFF Championship 2021 final. Check match and telecast details.
Captain Sunil Chhetri scored his 77th international goal as seven-time champions India survived the Nepalese test in the 2021 South Asian Football Federation (SAFF) Championship.
Indian national football team needs a win against Nepal to keep their SAFF Championship 2021 hopes alive. Check match and telecast details.
The seven-time champions paid the price of not creating enough chances and wasting those they got against a Sri Lankan side 98 places below them in the FIFA rankings.
Against Sri Lanka on Thursday, India head coach Igor Stimac might bring in some changes in the starting XI to take a look at the bench strength.
India face unfancied Sri Lankans after a disappointing 1-1 draw against Bangladesh. Watch IND vs SL live.
India were held to a 1-1 draw by a 10-man Bangladesh side in Male, Maldives on Monday.
Chhetri, playing in his 121st match for India, struck in the 27th minute to place himself just a goal shy of legendary Brazillian Pele (77 goals from 92 matches).
Seven-time champions India are the overwhelming favourites to win the 2021 edition of SAFF Championship in the Maldives. Check tournament and telecast details.
The five-team tournament began on Friday with Nepal and Bangladesh beating the Maldives and Sri Lanka by identical 1-0 margins respectively.
India, who have won the regional football tournament seven times out of the 12 editions, open their campaign against Bangladesh on Monday.
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