September 25, 2021
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We gave our best in AFC Cup: Roy

ATK Mohun Bagan Captain Roy Krishna says the Indian club gave its best in the AFC Cup despite all the challenges it faced in the lead up to the competition.

The 33-year-old Fijian national striker graciously accepted their 6-0 defeat to FC Nasaf from Uzbekistan in the inter-zonal semifinal on Thursday and said the better team won on the pitch.

"Took me some time to accept that our journey for the AFC Cup ends here," Krishna wrote on his fan page.

"So many lessons learnt but the biggest one remains - don’t stay down after falling, pick yourself up and try again."

He said the team members will now take a break and spend time with their families before starting the preparations for the Indian Super League pre-season.

By Reginald Chandar


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