Argentine striker Raul Oscar Becerra's objective binge proceeded as dominant heroes Bashundhara Kings got off to a triumphant beginning in the Bangladesh Premier League with a simple 2-0 success over Uttar Baridhara Club at the Bangabandhu National Stadium yesterday.
Becerra, who scored in every one of the five matches as Kings lifted the season's shade raising Federation Cup, struck his first objective in the expert football association in Kings' opener before Mohammad Ibrahim fixed the success in the second half against a group that last season had held them till the 86th moment prior to going down 1-0 in Nilphamari.
Baridhara, who paralyzed everybody by progressing to the quarterfinals of the Federation Cup prior to being disposed of because of Abahani in extra-time, scarcely demonstrated last season's soul or the battling disposition they appeared against Abahani in that quarterfinal.
"There is a bay of distinction among Kings and Uttar Baridhara, who have a great deal of public players. What's more, the thing that matters was considered the ground," said Uttar Baridhara Club mentor Sheik Jahidur Rahman Milon. "Nonetheless, I'm happy with the exhibition of the young men, who made a few possibilities yet couldn't trade out."
Elegant Kings came into the match with two changes to the crew that won the Federation Cup last against Saif SC on Sunday and Oscar Bruzon's charges ruled true to form against Uttar Baridhara, who came into the match on the rear of a couple of long stretches of preparing contrasted with Kings' four-months of preparing.
Brazil's Jonathan Da Silveira Fernandes and Robson Da Silva and Argentina's Becerra were instrumental as common and yielded at any rate three scoring chances inside the initial 25 minutes, with Becerra shaking the crossbar in the seventeenth moment.
Becaerra at that point put Kings ahead in the 35th moment with a header from a Bishwanath Ghosh cross prior to conveying a safeguard parting pass for Ibrahim, who dashed into the case prior to setting the ball to one side hand side of Baridhara goalkeeper Mamun Alif.
Baridhara twice verged on pulling an objective back yet tame shots from public striker Suman Reza neglected to trouble Kings goalkeeper Anisur Rahman Zico.
"I think we will confront the sort of cautious play that Baridhara played against us today. Baridhara played with a 5-4-1 arrangement and didn't permit us to take up focal positions," said Kings mentor Bruzon. "Following an extreme elimination round and last in the Federation Cup, the young men kept up a similar rhythm and force and certainty to see out the game in spite of the fact that we had a few troubles in the initial 30 minutes."