In a huge relief for India U-17 World Cup footballer Anwar Ali, who has a congenital heart condition, the Delhi High Court on Tuesday allowed him to carry on playing until the national federation arrives at a final decision.
Ali's counsel told Justice Navin Chawla that he comes from a very poor background and if he is not allowed to participate in the training, the 20-year old would not be able to play and earn.
Second-placed Punjab now have 18 points from 12 matches, while East Bengal (12 points from 12 matches) managed to jump one spot to ninth place on goal difference with NEROCA.
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Danilo Augusto put the home side ahead in the 13th minute and it looked like Punjab FC would run away with all the three points from the match before Juan Mera saved the day for the Kolkata giants with an 84th minute equaliser
Mumbai City FC's young defender Anwar Ali to seek medical advice in France for heart problem: Report
"He (Ali) is being looked after and both the club and the All India Football Federation are doing everything that can be done to help him," a Mumbai City FC official told
I-League 2018-19: Rahul KP scores 90th minute equalizer as Indian Arrows dent Real Kashmir's title hopes
Indian Arrow's Amarjit Singh (78th minute) found the target from the penalty spot before Kofi Tetteh (82nd) restored the parity for Real Kashmir from a well-taken corner by Vicky Meitei
I-League 2018-19: Aizawl FC, Indian Arrows continue poor run of form by playing out goalless stalemate
The halftime stats showed that Aizawl FC had a better possession rate but it was the young Indian Arrows who showed more intent and eagerness to score.
Defending champions Aizawl FC finally got back to winning ways as they blanked Indian Arrows 3-0 in the I-League, ending a run of eight winless matches in Aizawl on Friday.
Churchill Brothers defeated Indian Arrows 2-0 to register their third successive win in the Hero I-league, in Vasco, Goa on Monday.
The win took Neroca's tally to 18 points from nine matches, one point less than East Bengal who are second but have played one more game.
Abhijit Sarkar, who scored his first goal in the Hero I-League on his birthday against NEROCA FC, calmly slotted the only goal of the match.
I-League 2017-18: Shillong Lajong FC beat struggling Indian Arrows to register first win of the year
After an onslaught of attacks on Arrows, Lajong's winning goal finally came in the 80th minute when forward Abdoulaye Koffi delivered a wonderful shot into the roof of the net.
I-League 2017-18: Mixed fortunes for Indian Arrows as Dheeraj Singh quits, while Amarjit Singh extends contract
Just like Dheeraj, who quit the I-League side to appear for a trial with Scottish Premier League side Motherwell FC, the contract of Amarjit also was to end today.
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After their first match at home, ATK will be on the road for three back-to-back away games beginning with Jamshedpur FC, Chennaiyin FC and Mumbai City FC.
The India U-19s face Yemen next on November 6. They would clash with Turkmenistan on November 8.
FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017: Indian players have task cut out to sustain legacy; must steer clear of tempting offers
There are many positive legacies of the U-17 World Cup in India. However, the future of this talented group of players seems uncertain.
India will not only have to win by a big margin against Ghana, but also hope that Colombia lose to the US by a big margin in the other fixture of the day
FIFA U-17 World Cup 2017: Luis Norton de Matos says his boys are 'ready to die' for a win against Ghana
Inspired by the backing the U-17 team received from the whole country after its show against Colombia, an emotional head coach Luis Norton de Matos on Wednesday said that his boys were "ready to die" for a win against Ghana in their final World Cup group game at New Delhi on Thursday.