Fijian footballer Roy Krishna has had an outstanding season with his Indian Super League club, Bengaluru FC. At the end of the season, he was awarded the Players’ Player of the Season, a recognition of his exceptional performances on the pitch.
Krishna, who is also the captain of the Fijian national team, scored 10 goals and provided six assists in all competitions for Bengaluru FC. He played a crucial role in taking his team to the finals of the Durand Cup, Hero Super Cup, and the Indian Super League. Although the team only managed to win one title, the Durand Cup, Krishna’s contribution was invaluable.
Playing on a one-year contract, Krishna’s future with Bengaluru FC remains uncertain. However, his performances this season have certainly made him a valuable asset for any team in the league. At 35 years old, he has proven that age is just a number and is still able to perform at the highest level.
Krishna’s success in the Indian Super League has made him a fan favorite among Bengaluru FC supporters. His ability to score crucial goals and create opportunities for his teammates has been essential to the team’s success this season.