2022 World Cup qualifiers: Muhsen Al-Ghassani’s dubious objective assists Oman with edging India
Muhsen gave off an impression of being offside for his first-half objective that gave Oman three against India… Oman gave India a 1-0 annihilation in the 2022 World Cup qualifier Group E game at the Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex on Tuesday. Muhsen Al-Ghassani scored what resembled an offside objective in the 33rd minute.
Igor Stimac rolled out three improvements to the side that drew 1-1 against Afghanistan a week ago. Mandar Rao Desai, Pritam Kotal and Sahal Samad made path for Nishu Kumar, Farukh Choudhary, and Manvir Singh, with Ashique Kuruniyan opening in at left-back.
The main defining moment of the game showed up before the expected time as the 6th moment when Rahul Bheke cut down Muhsen Al Ghassani in the container and Oman were given a punishment. The striker sent his spot-kick into the stands.Editors’ Picks
Be that as it may, Muhsen compensated for his miss by scoring in the 33rd minute. Mohsin Al Khaldi opened up the Indian resistance with a scrumptious through-ball to the forward, who gave off an impression of being off-side. The banner went poorly and the 22- year-old opened it into the base corner past a hapless Gurpreet Singh.
Despite the fact that Brandon Fernandes looked active in the focal point of the pitch, the Blue Tigers scarcely made any odds. Stimac was additionally compelled to roll out two improvements with Pronay Halder and Adil Khan enduring wounds in the main half.
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