After struggling to perform at his best, the Fijian star Roy Krishna seems that finally is back to his normal level of performance: scoring goals. The striker added another for Bengaluru in their impressive 3-0 away win over Jamshedpur – this is their third win in-a-row after a very disappointing stint in the most important football league from India. For Krishna, this is his second goal in his last two matches – as he returned to score in Bengaluru’s previous match against Odisha.
Krishna got involved in the first goal of his team, creating the play for a cross that ended up in the head of Rohit Kumar that scored the first for his team. At the 34th minute Krishna scored a thunderbolt from long-range to stun the goalkeeper; this is the third goal of the Fijian in the Super League this season.
In the second half Sivasakthi Narayanan added the third goal for Bengaluru to finish in style the game. Bengaluru now sits seventh in the table, just one point away from the playoff qualification zone.