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Bengaluru FC's top-four aspirations were dealt a blow as NorthEast United FC came from behind to win 2-1

By H.JanGra Feb 19, 2022

Cleiton Silva gave Bengaluru the lead in the 66th minute after a barren first half

But two goals in the space of six minutes from Deshorn Brown (74th) and Laldanmawia Ralte (80th)

Allowed Khalid Jamil's team to snap a 10-game winless run and move up a rung from the foot of the points table.

NorthEast United now have 13 points from 18 matches.

Bengaluru, meanwhile, endured a second straight defeat, remaining at sixth place with 23 points from 17 games.

SC East Bengal dropped to the bottom of the heap, having just 10 points from 17 outings.