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Chirag back to winning ways

KOLKATA: Chirag United SC got back to winning ways beating Mohammedan AC 3-0 in a premier division encounter of the Calcutta Football League at the Vidyasagar Stadium, Barasat on Friday.

Having played out a draw and suffered a loss in the previous two rounds, the win helped Chirag maintain its stay in the top half of the 17-team league table.

After playing a barren opening half Chirag got its act together in the second session with Nascimanto Silveira, who moved from Churchill Brothers this season, finding the mark in the 64th minute.

Mohammad Rafiq doubled the lead in the 80th minute with a fine effort before Brazilian striker Joshimar Da Silva completed the tally with an 88th- minute effort.

The win took Chirag United SC's tally to 17 points from nine matches while Mohammedan AC remained on six points from 10 matches. — Principal Correspondent

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