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Bengaluru FC offer to play friendly in Srinagar, Real Kashmir invite them in March

Indian Super League (ISL) outfit Bengaluru FC Tuesday offered to play an exhibition match against Real Kashmir in Srinagar to support the I-League debutants after defending champions Minerva FC pulled out of their match, citing security concerns in the wake of Pulwama terror attack.Real Kashmir thanked the ISL club and invited them in March for a friendly fixture, assuring the guests "the most electric football atmosphere".I-League defending champions Minerva on Monday moved the Delhi Hight Court after the AIFF refused to relocate their match against Real Kashmir from Srinagar. AIFF has placed the matter in front of their own league committee for a decision.Even East Bengal have conveyed to the AIFF their concerns about the February 28 match against Real Kashmir but refrained from making an outright pullout threat. However, a tweet from Bengaluru FC owner Parth Jindal would certainly lift the spirits of the Real Kashmir players and their fans.  

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