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India vs China football match: India hold China to goalless draw in Suzhou

The Indian football team is playing an international match for the first time in China though the two countries' senior sides have faced each other 17 times in the past

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Football  |  India Vs China Football  |  Sunil Chhetri

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In the India vs China football match, a gritty India thwarted a wave of Chinese onslaughts to play out a remarkable goal-less draw in an international football friendly played for the first time after 21 years between the two countries Suzhou on Saturday. In a keenly-watched match played between the two most populous countries in the world but still laggards in the global game, China clearly dominated the proceedings with several chances coming their way but they failed to get a goal. Chinese forwards' goal drought continued while the Indians, especially the back-four of ...

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India vs China football match: India hold China to goalless draw in Suzhou

Full Time: @GurpreetGK had an outstanding outing as @IndianFootball does well against China and could have easily won the friendly which ended in a goalless draw.#CHNvIND #AsianDream #IndianFootball #BackTheBlue #WeAreIndia pic.twitter.com/S9EHFcPgsH — Indian Football Team (@IndianFootball) October 13, 2018

India vs China football match: India hold China to goalless draw in Suzhou

AT FULL TIME: India hold China 0-0

India vs China football match: India hold China to goalless draw in Suzhou

90+4: Another miraculous scape from Sandhu

India vs China football match: India hold China to goalless draw in Suzhou

90+4: India fails to convert the corner

India vs China football match: India hold China to goalless draw in Suzhou

90+3 minutes: India misses a goal opportunity

India vs China football match: India hold China to goalless draw in Suzhou

90th minute: 5 minutes added 90' @GurpreetGK helps keep a goalless scoreline. 5' Added time@IndianFootball substitution OUT-@jejefanai IN-@choudharyfar8 OUT- Pronay Halder IN-@vinit_vr China Substitution OUT-Xuepeng IN-Ziaodong CHN 0 – 0 IND#CHNvIND #AsianDream #IndianFootball #BackTheBlue #WeAreIndia — Indian Football Team (@IndianFootball) October 13, 2018

India vs China football match: India hold China to goalless draw in Suzhou

Captain @SandeshJhingan makes a fantastic clearance. To watch more, Catch the live action on @StarSportsIndia#CHNvIND #AsianDream #IndianFootball #BackTheBlue #WeAreIndia pic.twitter.com/Alm2oNBjPW — Indian Football Team (@IndianFootball) October 13, 2018

India vs China football match: India hold China to goalless draw in Suzhou

84th minute: Yellow card Nikhil Poojari

India vs China football match: India hold China to goalless draw in Suzhou

75th minute: SAVE! Great save by Gurpreet Singh to deny the hosts again as Chhetri moves into the Chinese half

India vs China football match: India hold China to goalless draw in Suzhou

75' The second half has seen a flurry of substitutions.@IndianFootball Substitution: OUT-@narayandas21 IN @anasedathodika OUT-@UdantaK IN-@nikhilcpoojary China's Substitution: OUT-Xuri IN-Mirahmetjan CHN 0 – 0 IND#CHNvIND #AsianDream #IndianFootball #BackTheBlue #WeAreIndia — Indian Football Team (@IndianFootball) October 13, 2018

India vs China football match: India hold China to goalless draw in Suzhou

65th minue: WIDE! Kotal argues that it was his thigh and not his arm while blocking the ball. 

First Published: Sat, October 13 2018. 13:53 IST

India vs China football match: India hold China to goalless draw in Suzhou

The Indian football team is playing an international match for the first time in China though the two countries' senior sides have faced each other 17 times in the past

In the India vs China football match, a gritty India thwarted a wave of Chinese onslaughts to play out a remarkable goal-less draw in an international football friendly played for the first time after 21 years between the two countries Suzhou on Saturday. In a keenly-watched match played between the two most populous countries in the world but still laggards in the global game, China clearly dominated the proceedings with several chances coming their way but they failed to get a goal. Chinese forwards' goal drought continued while the Indians, especially the back-four of ...

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