Indian football team captain Sunil Chhetri, who is ready to give his team Bengaluru FC another success in the upcoming season of Indian Super League (ISL), said that it is not easy to be in the bio-bubble, but doing everything necessary for it Huh. Chhetri’s team has been in isolation in Goa for the past three weeks, where he is reading books every day besides taking part in a double practice session.
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Chhetri said in a video released on Twitter, “This is our third week inside the bio-bubble and I must admit that it is not easy, but it is necessary.” “We are trying our best to practice twice a day and be as fit as possible as a team before the tournament starts,” he said. The seventh season of the country’s top domestic football league will begin with the ATK Mohun Bagan and Kerala Blasters match on 20 November. Due to Kovid-19, it will be held in bio-bubble, whose matches will be played at three venues in Goa.
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Chhetri, who scored the highest goals after Cristiano Ronaldo among active footballers at the international level, said, “Now there is just 10 days (less than) left and I am sure you are all waiting for the ISL as much as I and the whole team are doing it. He said, ‘In the midst of all this I am trying my best to find some time for myself. During this time I have finished reading Bill Bryson’s book ‘The Body’ and would also like to recommend it to others. ‘ Bengaluru FC’s team became the champions of the tournament in 2018.
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