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Bengaluru to miss keeper Amrinder in AFC Cup final

 Agencies |  2016-10-21 23:32:31.0  |  Bengaluru

Bengaluru FC will be without their first choice goalkeeper Amrinder Singh when they take on Iraqi club Quwa Al-Jawiya in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Cup final in Doha on November 5.

Amrinder Singh (born 27 May 1993) is an Indian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Bengaluru FC in the I-League on loan from Pune.

Amrinder picked up his second yellow card of tournament in the semi-final second leg against Johor Darul Ta'zim on Wednesday.

The I-League champions became the first Indian side to reach the final of the continental meet edging past the Malayisan club 4-2 on aggregate.

The All India Football Federation (AIFF), it was learnt, received a mail from the AFC regarding the same.

Amrinder did not play the first two group matches, taking his place under the bar against Ayeyawady United in April, a match which Bengaluru won 0-1. Lalthuammawia Ralte, who played a few group matches, is expected to take the custodian's place.



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