Sports is all about emotions. Not only the emotions of the athletes who achieve glory or who miss out on getting their names etched in the history books but also the emotions of the fans and people supporting the on-field stars. There are moments of pure bliss and others full of agony for passionate fans. However, the Indian football team, gave a wonderful reason to be happy to all its fans in the country and all those supporting them around the world. The Blue Tigers triumphed 2-0 win over Bangladesh to register their first win in FIFA World Cup and Asia Cup joint qualifiers.
Following the win, a picture of a special fan is trending on social media. It depicts the tale of a 103-year-old grandma with an unmistakable smile on her face after watching India's winning performance. It is further being informed that she wasn't quite pleased when India went down 0-1 to Qatar but after the country's win, she is excited about the next match.
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Talking about the game, the match was heading towards a goalless draw with less than 15 minutes to go before India captain Sunil Chhetri broke the deadlock with a goal. He then doubled the lead with a brilliant finish in the injury time to seal the match for the side and registering a 2-0 win, also surpassing Lionel Messi's tally of international goals in the process.