For all the Latest Sports News News, Football News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. New Delhi: Real Kashmir will clash with Mohun Bagan in the second semifinal of the Durand Cup at the Salt Lake Stadium on Wednesday. The summit clash is slated for Saturday. Seven months after they had beaten them 2-1 in an impressive debut season in the I-League, Real Kashmir will be meeting the Mariners at the same venue.The Snow Leopards, who finished third in their debut I-League season, did not have a pre-season back home due to the restrictions in the valley following the revocation of the state’s special status.The Real Kashmir players were cut off from their family due to the communication clampdown in the valley. Still, the David Richardson-coached 29-member contingent, with five players from Kashmir and one from Jammu, kept its date with the Durand Cup.But their real big test will be when they take on the 16-time champions Mohun Bagan, a Spanish-flavoured side coached by Kibu Vicuna.The Mariners have recruited four Spaniards with Salva Chamorro spearheading the attack, while Francisco Gonzalez and Joseba Beitia will be in charge of the midfield, with Morante holding the backline.While Mohun Bagan effortlessly entered the semifinals with three wins in a row, they have been winless from two matches in the Calcutta Football League Premier Division A, where they are the defending champions.When and where to watch Mohun Bagan vs Real Kashmir FC match:Where and when is Mohun Bagan vs Real Kashmir FC match being played?The Mohun Bagan vs Real Kashmir FC match will be played at the Salt Lake Stadium, Kolkata.What time does Mohun Bagan vs Real Kashmir FC match begin?The Mohun Bagan vs Real Kashmir FC match will begin at 7:30 pm IST on Wednesday, August 21.Where to watch Mohun Bagan vs Real Kashmir FC match live (TV channels)?The Mohun Bagan vs Real Kashmir FC match will be telecasted on Star Sports 1 and 3.How and where to watch online Mohun Bagan vs Real Kashmir match live streaming?The Mohun Bagan vs Real Kashmir match will be streamed by Hotstar.
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GREGORY DIXON/Herald photoFor the Wisconsin women’s soccer team, having a pair of sisters on the squad is nothing new. In fact, the Badgers latest pair, Stephanie and Tricia Krombach, is the fourth set of sisters to play together in the last five years. Along with the Krombachs, Jenny and Kelly Kundert played together in 2000-01, Mary and Stacy Omundson shared the field in 2005-06, and Katy and Molly Meuer were teammates in 2004.Tricia, a junior forward, transferred to Wisconsin from Purdue during the offseason. For Stephanie, a sophomore forward, this presented a unique situation.”In high school, I was always the little Krombach, but when I came here, I had my own team and my own thing,” Stephanie said. “It was weird getting used to her being here, but she always is a really good role model for me and keeps me on track.”For Tricia, the decision to transfer from Purdue to Wisconsin really came down to differences in focus, attitudes, and values.”Purdue just was not my style. Basically, I just did not value the same things in a sport as the other girls did; I found those values here at Wisconsin,” Tricia said.In addition, the opportunity to be able to play with her sister, Stephanie, was another aspect that made transfer even more appealing for Tricia Krombach. “It’s great. I absolutely love it. I am very blessed to be able to play with my sister,” Tricia said.”I played with her in high school for two years, and now I get to finish my career with her.”On and off the field, Tricia and Stephanie are two very distinct individuals, and it shows in the ways that they interact with their teammates.”It’s kind of funny because they’re each really different,” senior forward Taylor Walsh said. “Steph is carefree, fun and relaxed; she lightens the mood when it needs to be lightened.Tricia is kind of the opposite; when things need to be serious and we need to get down to business, Tricia is the one to make sure that happens,” Walsh said.From a team standpoint, while they are both forwards, each of the Krombach sisters has their own strengths and each adds something different to the team.”[Tricia] brings a dimension of a pretty competitive mentality and a good physical presence especially in the air and in and around the box,” head coach Paula Wilkins said. “[Stephanie] brings the ability to get around the corner and to be able to create things in the offensive third.”The physical presence that Tricia brings to the Badgers likely has come as a result of her strong work ethic and perseverance in the weight room and in practice.”She is always really intense in practice, and she is always one of the hardest workers,” Stephanie said of her sister. “She is always really fit, so she kind of sets the bar for fitness for people to reach.”On Sunday, as the Badgers defeated Northern Arizona, Tricia had a huge impact, scoring the Badgers’ only goal in the eighth minute on a corner kick by Sheri Ferron.”It was awesome,” Walsh said. “I kind of whiffed the ball, and Tricia was right there to finish it; it was perfect because she was in the right place as the right time.” The goal for Tricia was her first of the season and as a Badger, but what made it even more special was the fact that it was the first goal of her collegiate career.”I didn’t know what to do; it kind of hit me as a shock,” Tricia said.”I just threw my hands in the air, but nothing came out of my mouth; I was just shocked that I even scored a goal.”