Indian Football - Twitter Reacts to the Indian national team's edgy win over Cambodia

Emotions ranging from jubilance to frustration grappled the users of Twitter who watched India win over Cambodia, with opinion on the team split...

It's not with regularity that the Indian national football team takes to the pitch nowadays. However, with its first international friendly in over seven months being played out in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, droves of the Blue Tigers' fans peered eagerly onto their laptop and computer screens to gauge the performance of their beloved team in Blue. 

Needless to say, India's bout against hosts Cambodia didn't disappoint. An enthralling tie saw the away side pluck the plaudits with a 3-2 win over the onve Khmer ruled country's Kouprey's, on Wednesday, 22nd March. Sunil Chhetri, Jeje Lalpekhlua and Sandesh Jhingan netted for Stephen Constantine's men, while Khuon Laboravy and Chan Vanthanaka rifled in the goals for a defiant Blues' side. 

Indian football's firmly supportive Twitterati were out in force and were also in dissection mode, well before, during and after the match. Here are a collection of the best tweets from last night. 

Satisfaction Guaranteed and Delivered - 

The All India Football Federation's (AIFF) President Praful Patel was certainly a satisfied fan -


The Dissatisfied Ones - Certain to say, the scoreline and nature of the performance left leeway for satire and carp from the national team's fans.


Complaints for the Authorities


A certainly entertaining tie on the Analysis front. India will now take on Myanmar, flagging off their qualifiers at Yangon's Thuwanna YTC Stadium.

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