East Bengal head coach Alejandro Menendez was pleased with his team's performance in the 1-1 draw against Real Kashmir on Friday.
Chullova put the ball into his own net in the first half but Joby Justin saved a point after the break.
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."The opponents played very well, they have a good team but we attacked, we just made one mistake where we conceded the goal. But we had a lot of possession so
East Bengal had the chance to join NEROCA and Chennai City at the top of the table with 18 points but a draw means they stay at the fourth position.
"We are working hard every day and in the last five
Real Kashmir head coach David Robertson is hoping that 18 points is enough for his team to avoid relegation. "Our first aim is to avoid relegation. Maybe 18 points on the board
Analysing his team's performance, he added, " We didn't keep possession. Coming here is a big challenge for the team. Happy with the one point earned.
"The team has shown consistent performance. We might change 1-2 things after the match but I am pretty content. Halfway through, the league table doesn't lie."
Robertson felt that his team can be proud of the result as they were the underdogs in the fixture. "We are underdogs, we knew we had to defend and had to save the point. If the game went 5-10 mins more we could have lost the game. We have a good team and very passionate players."