Sunil Chhetri's double strike helps India lift Intercontinental Cup

Published: 10th June 2018 10:46 PM  |   Last Updated: 11th June 2018 12:24 AM  

Indian striker Sunil Chhetri, right, vies for the ball with Micheal Kibwage of Kenya during the Hero Intercontinental Cup final match in Mumbai. | AP
Kenya's Soccer player Erick Ouma Otieno, right, fight for a ball with Kumam Udanta Singh of India during the Hero Intercontinental Cup final match in Mumbai. | AP
Indian striker Sunil Chhetri, right, vies for the ball with unidentified Kenya players during the Hero Intercontinental Cup final match in Mumbai. | AP
India's soccer players celebrate after scoring a goal against Kenya during the Hero Intercontinental Cup final match in Mumbai. | AP
Indian striker Sunil Chhetri controls the ball, during the Hero Intercontinental Cup final match against Kenya in Mumbai. | AP
Indian winger Kumam Udanta Singh, foreground, vies for the ball with Odhiambo Dennis of Kenya during the Hero Intercontinental Cup final match in Mumbai
Indian striker Sunil Chhetri celebrates after scoring goal during the Hero Intercontinental Cup final match against Kenya, in Mumbai. | AP
Indian striker Jeje Lalpekhlua, right, vies for the ball with Musa Mohammed Mayeko of Kenya during the Hero Intercontinental Cup final match in Mumbai
Indian forward Sunil Chhetri, right,controls the ball from an identified Kenyan player, during the Hero Intercontinental Cup final match in Mumbai. | AP
India's soccer players celebrate after scoring a goal against Kenya during the Hero Intercontinental Cup final match in Mumbai. | AP
Indian forward Sunil Chhetri celebrates their win over Kenya at the Hero Intercontinental Cup final match in Mumbai. | AP
Indian captain Sunil Chhetri, centre , holds trophy after his side's win over Kenya in the Hero Intercontinental Cup final match in Mumbai. | AP
India's soccer players celebrates their win over Kenya at the Hero Intercontinental Cup final match in Mumbai. | AP
India were back as a full strength side for the final after the head coach Stephen Constantine effected seven changes in the last league game against New Zealand. | AP
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The star for India in the second half was their custodian Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, who ensured a clean sheet with some of his diving and breath-taking saves. | AP
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