2006–07 Santosh Trophy

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2006-07 Santosh Trophy
61st Santosh Trophy
Country India
Teams31
ChampionsPunjab
Runners-upWest Bengal
Top goal scorer(s)India

The 61st Santosh Trophy 2006 was held from 14 September to 25 October 2006 in Gurgaon & Faridabad, Haryana.

Qualifying rounds[edit]

Venues:

Cluster I - Gurgaon[edit]

TEAMS P W D L GF GA GDIF PTS
Haryana 2 1 1 0 03 00 +3 4
Bihar 2 1 1 0 01 00 +1 4
Pondicherry 2 0 0 2 00 04 -4 0

14 September 2006: Haryana 3-0 Pondicherry

[10 Habeeb Khan, 32 Sunit Mishra, 54 Praveen Arora]

16 September 2006: Bihar 1-0 Pondicherry

[70 Niranjan Kumar Patel]

18 September 2006: Haryana 0-0 Bihar

Cluster II - Gurgaon[edit]

TEAMS P W D L GF GA GDIF PTS
Meghalaya 3 3 0 0 11 01 +10 9
Uttar Pradesh 3 2 0 1 07 06 +1 6
Mizoram 3 1 0 2 06 04 +2 3
Andaman & Nicobar Islands 3 0 0 2 00 13 -13 0

15 September 2006: Meghalaya 1-0 Mizoram

[70 Rocus Lamare]

15 September 2006: Uttar Pradesh 3-0 Andaman&Nicobar Islands

[12 Mohammed Hadi Hassan Khan, 63 Peter Siddiqui, 89 Jatin Singh Bisht]

17 September 2006: Uttar Pradesh 3-1 Mizoram

[U: ?? Amit Singh, 76 Pralad Singh Rawat, 80 Jatin Singh Bisht; M: 48 Lalsangliana]

17 September 2006: Meghalaya 5-0 Andaman&Nicobar Islands

[32 Roland Pyngrope, 56,67 Rocus Lamare, 80,82 Niwamo Gaiphoh]

19 September 2006: Uttar Pradesh 1-5 Meghalaya

[U: 76 Amit Singh; M: 13,29 Newan-o-Gathpoh, 22 Marlanki Suting, 61 Romeo Sukhlein, 80 Roland Pyngrope]

19 September 2006: Mizoram 5-0 Andaman&Nicobar Islands

[12,58 Sochungmi Releng, 25 Jerry Zirsanga, 29,63 Shylo Malswam Tulunga]

Cluster III - Faridabad[edit]

  1. TEAMS P W D L GF-GA GDIF PTS

1. West Bengal 2 2 0 0 13-01 +12 6 2. Madhya Pradesh 2 1 0 1 08-05 + 3 3 3. Rajasthan 2 0 0 2 01-16 -15 0

14 September 2006: West Bengal 8-1 Rajasthan

[B: 8 Sasthi Duley, 15 Suman Datta, 26,34 Tarif Ahmed, 47,56,66,88 Vimal Pariyar; R: 42 Shakir Ahmed]

16 September 2006: Rajasthan 0-8 Madhya Pradesh

[2,71,90+1 Rahmat Beg, 18,50 V. Shibu, 62 Praveen Nair, 73,77 Suresh Rajak]

18 September 2006: West Bengal 5-0 Madhya Pradesh

[9 Avinash Thapa, 11,34,66 Vimal Pariyar, 45+1 Lalhmang Zuala]

Cluster IV - Faridabad[edit]

  1. TEAMS P W D L GF-GA GDIF PTS

1. Services 3 2 1 0 12-03 + 9 7 2. Assam 3 2 1 0 07-04 + 3 7 3. Chandigarh 3 1 0 2 05-06 - 1 3 4. Sikkim 3 0 0 2 05-16 -11 0

15 September 2006: Assam 5-3 Sikkim

[A: 5,14 Robijit Jigdung, 30 Abel Sema, 38 Birjab Mushahary, 90 Akum Ao; S: 48 Bir Bahadur Pradhan, 72 Chunku Sherpa, 81 Ruben Rai]

15 September 2006: Chandigarh 1-4 Services

[C: 89 Deepak Hooda; S: 42 MG Ramachandran, 53 N Gerneilal, 63 A Thirunavakarasu, 70 Shaji A D'Silva]

17 September 2006: Chandigarh 0-1 Assam

[37 Bulu Jindung]

17 September 2006: Services 7-1 Sikkim

[Se: 3,21,44 Ngurneilal, 11  Shaji D' Silva, 22 Trvdaya Raj, 39 Vivek Venu Gopal, 67 A Thirunavakarsu; Si: 53 Sanju Pradhan]

19 September 2006: Chandigarh 4-1 Sikkim

[C: 16 Sameer Singh, 55 Bhupender Gosain, 71 Harminder Singh, 78 Karthik Bhardwaj; S: 23 Tenzing Chepel]

19 September 2006: Assam 1-1 Services

[A: 62 Sanjiva Rongpi; S: 90+3 CT Sajith]

Cluster V - Gurgaon[edit]

  1. TEAMS P W D L GF-GA GDIF PTS

1. Chhattisgarh 3 1 2 0 08-01 + 7 5 2. Andhra Pradesh 3 1 2 0 05-01 + 4 5 3. Manipur 3 1 2 0 03-00 + 3 5 4. Himachal Pradesh 3 0 0 3 00-14 -14 0

22 September 2006: Manipur 3-0 Himachal Pradesh

[14 T Narender Meetei, 31 Bungo Singh, 90+1 Bijen Singh]

22 September 2006: Chhattisgarh 1-1 Andhra Pradesh

[C: 18 Deepangshu Mazumder; A: 43 Mohammed Quizar]

24 September 2006: Manipur 0-0 Andhra Pradesh 24 September 2006: Chhattisgarh 7-0 Himachal Pradesh

[24 Abid Khan, 35,88 Kulwant Singh, 40 Subir Maji, 42 Tajuddin, 53,61 Ramchandra Murmu]

26 September 2006: Andhra Pradesh 4-0 Himachal Pradesh

[26,34 Ayaz Bin Abdul Haq, 38 Syed Altafuddin Ahmed, 87 Mohammad Fareed]

26 September 2006: Manipur 0-0 Chhattisgarh

Cluster VI - Gurgaon[edit]

  1. TEAMS P W D L GF-GA GDIF PTS

1. Karnataka 2 1 1 0 04-00 + 4 4 2. Gujarat 2 0 2 0 00-00 0 2 3. Nagaland 1 0 1 1 00-04 - 4 1

23 September 2006: Karnataka 0-0 Gujarat 25 September 2006: Gujarat 0-0 Nagaland 27 September 2006: Karnataka 4-0 Nagaland

[35,53,74 Sampath Kumar Kuttimani, 57 D Raju]

Cluster VII - Faridabad[edit]

  1. TEAMS P W D L GF-GA GDIF PTS

1. Delhi 3 2 0 1 08-05 + 3 6 2. Jammu&Kashmir 3 1 2 0 03-01 + 2 5 3. Railways 3 1 1 1 01-03 - 2 4 4. Orissa 3 0 1 2 02-05 - 3 1

22 September 2006: Delhi 1-3 Jammu&Kashmir

[D: 41 Trilok Singh Bisht; J: 9,44,90 Ishfaq Ahmed]

23 September 2006: Orissa 0-1 Railways

[13 PV Vinoy]

24 September 2006: Delhi 4-2 Orissa

[D: 18,52,76 Sunil Chetri, 69 Praveen Rawat; O: 44 Antu Murmu, 65 Manesh Mohanty]

24 September 2006: Jammu&Kashmir 0-0 Railways 26 September 2006: Orissa 0-0 Jammu&Kashmir 26 September 2006: Delhi 3-0 Railways

[57,60,78 Sunil Chetri]

Cluster VIII - Faridabad[edit]

  1. TEAMS P W D L GF-GA GDIF PTS

1. Tamil Nadu 3 3 0 0 07-01 + 6 9 2. Jharkhand 3 1 1 1 07-04 + 3 4 3. Tripura 3 1 0 2 03-10 - 7 3 4. Uttarakhand 3 0 1 2 02-04 - 2 1

23 September 2006: Tamil Nadu 4-0 Tripura

[22 J Auxiano, 47,67 Raman Vijayan, 63 Kalia Kulothungan]

23 September 2006: Jharkhand 1-1 Uttarakhand

[J: 23 Budh Ram Soren; U: 61 Rakesh Shah]

25 September 2006: Tamil Nadu 1-0 Uttarakhand

[56 Raman Vijayan]

25 September 2006: Jharkhand 5-1 Tripura

[J: 5 CM Soren, 18,88 Lal Mohan Hansda, 37 Sakla Mardi, 51 Dharmendra Deogam; T: 60 Utpal Chowdhary]

27 September 2006: Tripura 2-1 Uttarakhand

[T: 65,76 Kiran Chettri; U: 83 Rakesh Shah]

27 September 2006: Tamil Nadu 2-1 Jharkhand

[T: 27 Kalia Kulothungan, 72 A Gestaf Antony; J: 90+2 Lal Mohan Hansda]

Pre-quarterfinal playoffs[edit]

21 September 2006: Haryana 1-0 Meghalaya

[88 Pradeep Kumar]

21 September 2006: West Bengal 1-0 Services [extra time]

[120 Vimal Pariyar]

29 September 2006: Chhattisgarh 3-5 Karnataka [penalties] 29 September 2006: Delhi 0-1 Tamil Nadu [extra time]

Quarterfinal League[edit]

Haryana0–1West Bengal
Report Biswas Goal 2'

Goa0–2Punjab
Report
Referee: Dinesh Nair (Gujarat)

Punjab0–0Haryana
Report
Referee: Navin J. Sundi (Jharkhand)

Goa2–0West Bengal
[ Report]
Referee: Rizwan-ul Haq (Delhi)

Goa2–2Haryana
Report

Punjab0–1West Bengal
Report Biswas Goal 57'

Group B:

  1. TEAMS P W D L GF-GA GDIF PTS

1. Maharashtra 3 2 1 0 05-01 + 4 7 2. Kerala 3 2 1 0 06-03 + 3 7 3. Tamil Nadu 3 1 0 2 03-04 - 1 3 4. Karnataka 3 0 0 3 01-07 - 6 0

15 October 2006: Kerala 3-1 Tamil Nadu

[K: 13 km Abdul Naushad, 50,78 NP Pradeep; T: 25 Kalia Kulothungan]

15 October 2006: Maharashtra 3-0 Karnataka

[47 Adil Ansari, 64 Abhishek Yadav, 83 Paresh Shivalkar]

17 October 2006: Tamil Nadu 2-0 Karnataka

[66 S Satish Kumar, 68 Jotin Singh]

17 October 2006: Maharashtra 1-1 Kerala

[M: 8 Kasif Jamal; K: 29 km Abdul Naushad]

19 October 2006: Kerala 2-1 Karnataka

[Ke: 16 KS Joby, 85 NP Pradeep; Ka: 35 Jean Christian (own Goal)]

19 October 2006: Maharashtra 1-0 Tamil Nadu

[66 Adil Ansari]

Semi-finals[edit]

Punjab made the final of the competition by virtue of a 2–1 win over Maharashtra to regain the trophy for the first time in 20 years.[1]

Maharashtra1–2Punjab
Yadav Goal 43' Report

West Bengal0–0 (a.e.t.)Kerala
Report
Penalties
4–2
Referee: Rizwan-ul Haq (Delhi)[2]

Final[edit]

Punjab0–0 (a.e.t.)West Bengal
Report
Penalties
5–3

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Bengal shoot Kerala out of title race - Indian Express". The Indian Express. 23 October 2006. Retrieved 11 July 2018.
  2. ^ a b c "61st Santosh Trophy". the-aiff.com. Archived from the original on 10 July 2018. Retrieved 10 July 2018.

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