AFC Asian Cup 2019 India vs United Arab Emirates Live Football Streaming And Updates: The Blue Tigers will look to upstage the hosts as they lock horns with the United Arab Emirates after a thumping 4-1 victory over Thailand. This will certainly be the biggest test for India, even bigger than the Thai test. Chhetri and his men would know that and his boys would also know that this is a big tournament for India. Currently ranked 79th to India’s 97th, the United Arab Emirates were placed as high as 24 in the FIFA chart in January 2015.

Here is LIVE Commentary of the match:

45′ Half time!!! Hosts are leading by 1-0. 

43′ Inches Away!!! Chhetri latches on to a loose ball, and shoots from a close angle…..his shot went just inches wider.

40′ Goaaaaal!!!! The Hosts finally broke the deadlock as MAbkhout strikes, flicks it on to Alshamsi, who charges forward and tacked Gurpreet, to put UAE in the lead.

37′ Chance for UAE! Failed to convert it into the goal as  the ball goes sailing over the bar. This was the first time in the match, the hosts got their close chance to break the deadlock but failed.

33′ are up and still, the deadlock remains intact. Free Kick for UAE! Alahmadi hit it to the left flank, squares it to Esmaeel, nearly from 25 yards out but his shot flies high failed to take to India’s half.

29′ Corner Kick for India! Anirudh crosses a short corner in, and Ismael failed to get his clearance. Bit too far from Ashique, and keeper Eisa collects it.

22′ Big Chance for Chhetri!!!! And missed it… Misses a Free Header, Deadlock Remains Intact. A good job from the UAE’s goalkeeper.

19′ Defender Anirudh Thapa is looking in good touch, makes a crucial interception India’s half, plays it through to Ashique and lost the ball.

10′ Close Chance !!! Chhetri tracks back, intercepts the ball and plays Ashique through on goal. However, Bilal makes a save to keep the scores level.

3′ Mabkhout is played through inside the Indian area, but @GurpreetGK charges out of his line, and plucks the ball out of the air.

0′ The line-ups of both the teams are out – India – Gurpreet, Subhasish, Sandesh, Anirudh, Chhetri, Kuruniyan, Halder, Udanta, Halicharan, Pritam, Anas UAE – Bilala, Ali Hassan, Ghanim, Amer Abdul, Mabkhout, Ahbabi, Esmaeel Zayed, Alhammadi, Saleh Easa, Ismail Mohamed, Khalifan Alshamsi.

India 

Goalkeeper: Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, Vishal Kaith, Amrinder Singh
Defenders: Pritam Kotal, Sarthak Golui, Sandesh Jhingan, Anas Edathodika, Salam Ranjan Singh, Subhashish Bose, Narayan Das
Midfielders: Udanta Singh, Jackiechand Singh, Germanpreet Singh, Pronay Halder, Anirudh Thapa, Vinit Rai, Rowllin Borges, Ashique Kuruniyan, Halicharan Narzary
Forwards: Sumeet Passi, Balwant Singh, Sunil Chhteri, Jeje Lalpekhlua.

United Arab Emirates

Khalid Eisa (Al Ain), Ali Khaseif (Al Jazira), Mohamed Al Shamsi (Al Wahda), Mohamed Ahmed (Al Ain), Ismail Ahmed (Al Ain), Khalifa Al Hammadi (Al Jazira), Fares Juma (Al Jazira), Khalifa Mubarak (Al Nasr), Al Hassan Saleh (Al-Sharjah), Walid Abbas (Shabab Al Ahli Dubai), Bandar Al Ahbabi (Al Ain), Amer Abdulrahman (Al Ain), Mohamed Abdulrahman (Al Ain), Khalfan Mubarak (Al Jazira), Majed Hassan (Shabab Al Ahli Dubai), Ismail Al Hammadi (Shabab Al Ahli Dubai), Ali Salmeen (Al Wasl), Khamis Esmail (Al Wasl), Saif Rashid (Sharjah), Ali Mabkhout (Al Jazira), Ahmed Khalil (Shabab Al Ahli Dubai), Ismail Matar (Al Wahda), Mohammad Khalvan (Al-Fujairah)