first_imgQuero silenced the stadium with his double strike in a Quero silenced the stadium with his double strike in a matter of few minutes when the Spaniard shot diagonally from the left with Debajit beaten by the pace of the ball. With his partner missing a minute before, it was Norde who restored parity when he found an opening from the top of the box, beating three defenders on his way with his powerful delivery. Glen brought the atmosphere alive with his goal, finishing with his left-footer that beat a diving Majumder for a crucial lead. But once again, Mohun Bagans defence crumbled under pressure as they extended their winless streak to four matches with their last win coming against Mumbai FC on March 13. The draw meant its an advantage for 2013-14 champions Bengaluru FC who are second placed with 26 points from 13 matches while their tomorrows opponents East Bengal have 24 from 13. Mohun Bagan, who now have 27 points from 15 matches, will be hoping against hope to retain the title as they face Bengaluru FC at home in their concluding round match on April 24. Coach Sanjoy Sen, who returned after serving a four-match ban, effected three changes in his lineup. While Norde replaced Jeje Lalpekhlua, Prabir Das and Sanjay Balmuchu came in place for Pritam Kotal and Kinshuk Debnath in a defense rejig. PTI TAP PDS PDSlast_img