Kings absolutely dominant in BPL

Sports Correspondent

7th March, 2021 10:31:51 printer

Kings absolutely dominant in BPL

Reigning champions Bashundhara Kings have taken a massive lead with eight points after the first-leg of the ongoing Bangladesh Premier League football tournament.

Kings are now looking 'hot favourites' to retain the championship title.

Kings are leading on the points table with 34 points from 12 matches. They won 11 matches and drew just one.

Kings’ only draw came with Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi Club,

who also remained unbeaten in the league with 26 points from 12 matches. Sheikh Jamal have stood second.

Kings, who have scored the highest 32 goals in the league so far, just conceded five goals, less number of goals conceded by a BPL team this year.

The league leaders hammered Dhaka Abahani Limited by 4-1 goals in their last league match of the first-leg at the Bangabandhu National Stadium last month.

The first-leg of BPL ended on Sunday where Sheikh Jamal defeated Mohammedan Sporting Club Limited by 2-0 goals to break their six-match unbeaten streak in the league.

Dhaka Abahani Limited are placed third with 25 points from 7 wins, 4 draws and one defeat, Saif Sporting Club fourth with 22 points from 7 wins, one draw and 4 defeats, Sheikh Russel Krira Chakra fifth with 20 points from 6 wins, 2 draws and 4 defeats, Mohammedan SC Ltd sixth with 19 points from 5 wins, 4 draws and 3 defeats.

Chittagong Abahoni Ltd are in seventh place with 19 points from 5 wins, 4 draws and 3 defeats, Rahamatgonj Muslim Friends Society eighth with 13 points from 3 wins, 4 draws and 5 defeats, Bangladesh Police Football Club ninth with 12 points from 3 wins, 3 draws and 6 defeats, Uttar Baridhara Club 10th with 9 points from one win, 6 draws and 5 defeats.

Muktijoddha Sangsad KC are struggling in 11th place with 9 points from 2 wins, 3 draws and 7 defeats, Brothers Union Limited 12th with 5 points from one win, 2 draws and 9 defeats and Arambagh Krira Sangha 13th with one point from one draw and 11 defeats.


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