Hyderabad FC qualified for their maiden semifinals with a hard-fought 2-1 win over Kerala Blasters in an entertaining Indian Super League match on Wednesday

By H.JanGra Feb 24, 2022

Bartholomew Ogbeche got Hyderabad in front in the 28th minute

Javier Siverio doubling the margin in the 87th minute to make it 35 points from 18 games and stay firmly in pole position.

Kerala fought hard with Alvaro Vazquez at the heart of their second-half stellar show

but in the end, Hyderabad held firm with Laxmikant Kattimani doing the job at the goal for Manolo Marquez's side.

Vincy Barretto scored a consolation goal for Kerala in stoppage time but it was too little too late by then.

The result meant Kerala stay in fifth place with 27 points from 17 outings, with Mumbai only a point above them at fourth.