The best footballer ever produced by Fiji is close to one of the biggest achievements of his career. The now 32-year-old Roy Krishna has many remarkable moments of his career: scoring a goal at Olympics Football Tournament, winning the OFC Champions League, scoring at FIFA Clubs World Cup and most recently winning the golden boot and best player award of Hyundai A-League in Australia. Now the Fijian is one game away to win the Indian Super League – Chennayin is the last barrier Krishna and his side ATK have to overcome for a major glory.
The Fijian, alognside Ogbeche of Kerala Blasters, is top goalscorer of the season with the Grand Final match remaining. The striker scored 15 goals in the season, also providing five assists during the league.
Krishna will hope to strike once again to guide his side to an endless happines moment. ATK is seeking for their third title of the most important football league of India and a Fijian with Indian roots is proving himself in the land of his forefathers, before striking in New Zealand and Australia, India is the new land conquered by the man coming from Labasa.
ATK will take on Chennayin at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Goa for the last act of Indian Super League 2019/20 season. The match will kick-off at 7pm local time – 2am Fijian time.
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