India continued their winning streak in the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers as they beat Kyrgyz Republic 2-0 in their second match of the tournament. The match was played at the Central Stadium in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
The Indian team was led by captain Sunil Chhetri and the team was looking to build on their impressive win against Oman in their first match. The team started off well and created a few chances in the first half but failed to convert them into goals.
The second half saw India take control of the game and they finally broke the deadlock in the 65th minute when defender Sandesh Jhingan scored from a corner kick. Chhetri then doubled India’s lead in the 79th minute with a powerful header.
The Indian team was solid in defence and goalkeeper Gurpreet Singh Sandhu was in fine form as he made some crucial saves to keep the scoreline at 2-0. India’s midfield was also impressive as they controlled the game and created chances for the forwards.
The win was a huge boost for the Indian team as they now have four points from two matches and are in a strong position to qualify for the next round. The team will now face Bangladesh in their next match and will be looking to continue their winning streak.
Overall, it was a great performance from the Indian team as they dominated the game and secured a comfortable win. Jhingan and Chhetri were the stars of the show as they scored the goals that sealed the victory for India. The team will now look to build on this performance and continue their winning streak in the tournament.