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Bengaluru FC suffered a penalty shoot-out setback against Maziya and were knocked out of the qualifying playoffs of the AFC Cup…
Bengaluru delivered the worst performance by an Indian club in AFC Cup after losing to Maziya on penalties in the qualification playoffs of the 2020 edition of the tournament on Wednesday.
In the two-legged fixture, the Blues lost 1-2 away from home before registering a 3-2 scoreline at the end of extra-time in the second leg at the Kanteerava Stadium. With the teams tied on aggregate (4-4), the teams went into a penalty shoot-out to determine the winner. Rahul Bheke and Parag Srivas missed their penalties and the Blues went down 3-4 in the shootout to crash out of the competition.