Despite 50 years from the Bengal commander Manoj Tiwari, Kalighat Club neglected to win their match against East Bengal in the J.C.Mukerjee Trophy last. East Bengal has won its second trophy of the season by winning this match. Batting first in the T20 amusement, East Bengal propelled a score of 152/8 toward the finish of 20 overs. In answer to this, Kalighat Club completed at 138/7 bringing about the Kolkata mammoths to win the match by 14 runs.
Samik Karmakar was the most noteworthy scorer for East Bengal with 34 runs, while the side's captain Arnab Nandi who scored a splendid 33 out of 19 balls and agreed with his stance's score past the 150 stamp. Kalighat had a better than average rocking the bowling alley execution as 4 out of their 5 bowlers scalped a wicket each.
"East Bengal club plays for being the Champions. We play together as a unit and subsequently the group isn't a player situated side which was not if there should be an occurrence of Kalighat who was exclusively reliant on Manoj Tiwary. The minute Tiwary was expelled, they lost the diversion. Every one of the players contributed for the triumph as everybody plays with enthusiasm. Our next point is to win the CAB Super League and we would attempt our level best to win it" said East Bengal commander Arnab Nandi.