In the process, Bashundhara Kings did the double over Muktijoddha after their 3-1 win in the first leg game
Bangladesh Premier League leader Bashundhara Kings reacted to going a goal behind by scoring four times during their match against Bangladesh Muktijoddha Sangsad Krira Chakra in Nilphamari’s Sheikh Kamal Stadium Saturday.
In the process, the Kings did the double over Muktis after their 3-1 win in the first leg game.
The Kings have now won 10 matches in a row and have 46 points from 16 matches, including 15 wins.
Their other game ended in a draw against Team BJMC last February.
Reigning champion Abahani Limited are second with 39 points.
Muktijoddha in contrast have 17 from as many games, including eight defeats.
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In the 12th minute, Mehedi Hasan Romel gave Muktijoddha the lead after a short pass from Ballo Famoussa.
The Kings brought parity in the 33rd minute through defender Nasir Uddin Chowdhury who found the back of the net from a goalmouth scramble.
The Kings went ahead in the first half injury time through Nasir who headed home Costa Rican Daniel Colindres’ cross.
The Kings made it 3-1 in the 67th minute when Brazilian forward Marcos de Silva entered the box from the left flank and evaded a defender before placing home.
Alamgir Kabir Rana hammered the final nail in the coffin in the dying minutes of the game.