The 131st edition of the Durand Cup 2022 kick-started on August 16, at the Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata.
The final was played on September 18 at the same venue. It is the oldest football competition in Asia, having been launched in 1888.
20 teams are part of this edition of the competition (11 ISL teams, five I-League teams and four teams from the Indian Armed Forces).
Bengaluru FC won the ISL in 2018-19. Bengaluru have been two-time winners of the I-League in 2013-14 and 2015-16 respectively. Bengaluru have won the Federation Cup on three occasions. And now, they have added the Durand Cup in their cabinet.
Total Statistics of Durand Cup 2022:
|Matches played||40||100 %|
|Matches remaining||0||0 %|
|Home team wins||20||50 %|
|Away team wins||11||28 %|
|OVER/UNDER 2.5 STATS||TOTAL||%|
|Over 2.5||20||50 %|
|Under 2.5||20||50 %|
Durand Cup 2022 Top Scorers:
Mumbai City FC’s Greg Stewart finished the tournament as the joint-top scorer. He scored seven goals alongside team-mate Lallianzuala Chhangte. Meanwhile, Sivasakthi Narayanan went on to score five goals. He equaled the tally of Hyderabad FC’s Bartholomew Ogbeche.
|Lallianzuala Chhangte||Mumbai City||7|
|Greg Stewart||Mumbai City||7|
Highest Clean Sheet:
|1||Dylan D’Silva/ Odisha FC||2||2||100.0 %|
|2||Sankar Roy/ Mohammedan SC (Kolkata)||3||2||66.7 %|
|3||Vishal Kaith/ ATK Mohun Bagan FC||3||2||66.7 %|
|4||Lalthuammawia/ RalteOdisha FC||3||2||66.7 %|
|5||Bhabindra Malla/ ThakuriArmy Red||4||2||50.0 %|
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