India's 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign has been blighted by the lack of goals. Blue Tigers have scored only twice so far -- one in 1-2 defeat to Oman and another in 1-1 draw with Bangladesh
The Group E match between India and Afghanistan of the 2022 FIFA World Cup will be played on artificial turf amid near-freezing temperatures at Dushanbe in Tajikistan
India take on Afghanistan in Dushanbe, Tajikistan on November 14, before flying to Muscat where Oman will host the Blue Tigers five days later for their FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 qualifying matches
Adil Khan, whose last-gasp equaliser salvaged a draw for India against Bangladesh in their last FIFA World Cup qualifier, said that he'll be happy "scoring a few more goals" for the Blue Tigers
The turnout for the Bangladesh game, unprecedented for national team matches in the country, left everyone impressed with India head coach and Croatia's 1998 World Cup bronze medallist Igor Stimac saying that it will remain in his memory forever
India registered their second successive draw, Bangladesh notched their first point but the result won't help either team for 2022 FIFA World Cup qualification. Catch highlights of India vs Bangladesh here
India vs Bangladesh: India host Bangladesh as Blue Tigers look for their first win in their FIFA 2022 World Cup Qualifying campaign. Here's everything you need to know about the match - date, time, venue, squads, etc
Having sat out of their historic goalless draw against Qatar, skipper Sunil Chhetri will return to take charge of the team against Bangladesh as India look to revive their FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifying campaign
With Indian Super League (ISL) set to begin on October 20 followed by the I-League, most of the players will be out to represent their respective franchises and India head coach Igor Stimac is worried that he won't get enough players for the national camp
The India national football team held Qatar, the reigning Asian champions, to a goalless draw last month. Against Bangladesh, the Igor Stimac-coached side will look for a win.
India will be playing their first match in Kolkata for the first time since 2011 and the euphoria around the FIFA World Cup qualifier against Bangladesh has been immense with a mad rush for tickets among football lovers in the city and suburban areas
Laid low by a virus, Sunil Chhetri had to sit out of India's 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Asian champions Qatar in Doha but is all set to return in the Group E match against Bangladesh at Kolkata
India were dealt a blow when defensive mainstay Sandesh Jhingan was ruled out days ahead of their 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Bangladesh, to be played at Kolkata on October 15
India, placed 104 in the FIFA ranking table, take Bangladesh, ranbked 187th, in their FIFA World Cup 2022 Qualifiers
Sandesh Jhingan limped off in the second half during India's friendly match against ISL outfit NorthEast United and will miss action for some six months, including the FIFA 2022 World Cup qualifiers against Bangladesh, thanks to an anterior cruciate ligament tear on his left knee
India will reach Kolkata on Sunday for the FIFA 2022 World Cup Qualifier against Bangladesh, which would be their first match in the city since their 3-2 win over Malaysia in a friendly in November 2011
Bhaichung Bhutia said that India's defence has already showed a good account of itself in the last two FIFA World Cup qualifying matches and the onus is on the strikers, led by skipper Sunil Chhetri, to deliver against Bangladesh on October 15 at Kolkata
The Indian national football team is currently in a preparatory camp at Guwahati for the match against Bangladesh, and will take on Indian Super League (ISL) outfit NorthEast United in a friendly on Wednesday (October 9)
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