Here’s what Bengaluru FC is doing the next day to the ISL Finale...

Ragini Roy  |  Gossip  |  1 Year Ago

Bengaluru FC suffered a heavy blow to their maiden ISL trophy last night to a thrilling encounter versus Arch-rivals Chennaiyin FC. An early goal from Chhetri though electrified the mood of the crowd, but back to back goals from Chennaiyin blues had brought their impressive season down to a nightmare. Want to know how the entire Bengaluru FC team and management decided to get over the night?



The venue was a big, posh Italian restaurant at the heart of Bengaluru City, UB City. The time was half-hour past noon, and the first one to arrive was their custodian Gurpreet Singh Sandhu. Sandhu was seen wearing his White-printed-Black Nike tee shirt with a cap on and denim shorts. He was accompanied by Eric Paartalu and his partner. They were later joined by teammate Miku, wearing a white tee and a blue denim while midfielder Dimas Delgado was seen struggling in his crutches. 

Club CEO Mustafa Ghous looked stunning in his sky blue untucked shirt and khakis as he walked down with main man behind Bengaluru FC’s success Mandar Tamhane. Juanan was accompanied by his beautiful wife and two kids. It was about 1:00PM the star man of India and Bengaluru Sunil Chhetri turned up with his manager Sonu Lamba. The glum from Sunil Chhetri’s face could easily be seen, and why not, for they worked so hard to reach that level. And at the end, look who’s coming down… Udanta, the time was 12:30, not 1!!


Well, a couple of faces that were missing from this “get-over” brunch were Coach Albert Roca, defender Nishu Singh, Lenny Rodriguez and a few others. Looks like Bengaluru needed a boost for their Super Cup fixture against Gokulam Kerala on 1st April. 


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