Kerala Blasters dished out a complete performance as they edged Hyderabad FC 2-0 to secure their first win of the Indian Super League (ISL) season at the GMC Stadium in Bambolim on Sunday. Abdul Hakku’s header (29′) put Kerala ahead in the first half before Jordan Murray (88′) sealed three points for Kibu Vicuna’s sideIndoor dining. Vicuna rang in five changes to the side that drew against SC East Bengal while Hyderabad made two changes with Liston Colaco returning to the starting eleven.
Both sides created chances in the first half but it was Kerala who headed into the break with a lead.
Kerala started on a bright note and had a chance to break the deadlock early on when an error from Asish Rai got Hyderabad in troublecan resume with capacity limits.. Sahal pounced on Rai’s poor touch and squared the ball but Odei Onaindia thwarted the danger with a vital tackleThe roadblocks.