Asked further about the banner, the member said, "It is a Blue Tiger, which is ready to attack."
The member said the banner will be unfurled when the players will make an entry into the field.
So, what is Blue Pilgrims exactly, the member who refuses to divulge his identity, said: "It is an amalgamation of different local clubs and there are members who come from nook and corner of the country".
The members of Blue Pilgrims come from various places, meet their own expenses just to support Indian football.
Asked how do they stay in an expensive metropolis like Mumbai, the member said locals offer the travelling fans beds to sleep.
To make Chhetri's 100th appearance special in national colours, the Blue Pilgrims have made his face cutouts for the match against Kenya which the hosts won 3-0.
Chhetri too had words of apprciation for the Blue Pilgrims, saying: They are absolutely brilliant.
There are some 300 or more travelling fans. They are struggling for accommodation and are coming from all parts of the country. Mind you, most of them are college students and maybe don't have the money. But their passion surpasses everything.
"We provided them a hall when they wanted to make a special painting. In my capacity, I support these fans, in the way I can," the official said.
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