Chhetri double strike helps India beat Maldives, to face Nepal in SAFF final
Hindustan Times|October 15, 2021
Talismanic captain Sunil Chhetri struck twice to lead a beleaguered India to a 3-1 win over hosts Maldives in their final league match and enter the final of the SAFF Championships here on Wednesday.

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Chhetri scored in the 62nd and 71st minutes after Manvir Singh had given India the lead in the 33rd minute in the must win match for India. Ali Ashfaq pulled one back for Maldives in the 45th minute from a spot kick.

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