A Touch Of Class
2) M.Issadeen (Sri Lanka): It was a great goal from arguably one of the best moves of the tournament. It started with Ediri Channa sending the ball behind to Chathura Maduranga who instantly released the ball back for the former. Channa sent the ball into the box and Issadeen made no mistake to slot it home! All this was in the seventh minute of their first game in the tournament against Lebanon.
A Team Move
3) Bhaichung Bhutia (India): India were still reeling after the defeat to Lebanon and hadn’t found a goal for 132 minutes of football. Just when India looked frustrated towards the end of the first half, the Sikkimese Sniper stung the Central Asians with an opportunistic strike. A goalkick from Subrata Paul was chested, controlled and a left footer shot was unleashed which hit the inside the far post and went into the net.
Leading From The Front
4) Ali Al Saadi (Lebanon): This one has to be part of the elite list as the Lebanese center-back’s super free-kick zoomed past everyone into the net. Ali Saadi’s goal’s had great after-effects as the Indian players had to face the music the next day!
5) Mohamed Al Zeno (Syria): It was Syria’s first goal of the tournament. A Kaldini cross, which was pinpoint to be precise, was headed towards the far post by Al Zeno. The goal was scored with much ease as it seemed that the Syrians were having fun in the middle.
Did We Sweat For It?!
What do YOU think? Is there any other goal which should have made it into the list?