Harmanjot Khabra’s season thus far can be summed up by three passage of plays in Bengaluru FC’s matches against Chennaiyin FC, Kerala Blasters and Odisha FC. With the scores level at 0-0 against Chennaiyin, Khabra, who was playing as a right-back for the first time this season, was found in space to play in an inviting cross to his attackers. Khabra instead dragged the ball back and played a back pass from which Bengaluru conceded possession.

Against the Blasters, with BFC leading 3-2, Suresh Wangjam played the ball down the right to Khabra, who took a couple of touches to set himself, looked up and measured his cross to the back post for his skipper Sunil Chhetri to fire in a powerful header.

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