Sunil Chhetri managed a consolation goal in the last minute of the game after Brandon McDonald put the hosts ahead in the 38th minute and Travis Nicklaw doubled the advantage in the 62nd minute at the GFA National Training Center.

This was only their second World Cup qualifying win, the result coming less than a week after their upset 1-0 verdict over Turkmenistan in Group D.

Guam went ahead after 38 minutes when McDonald headed in Ryan Guy's long throw-in and Nicklaw extended the lead 24 minutes later when he received a long pass from his elder brother Shawn and fired home on the turn.

Ace India striker Chhetri, who was leading the side today, got his name on the score sheet one more time for the national side, but his effort in the dying moment was not enough, as Guam moved to the top of Group D with six points from two games.

While Guam recorded their second win as many games in their qualifying campaign, 141-ranked India suffered their second straight defeat, the first being the 1-2 defeat to Oman at home last week.

The latest reverse puts India's chances of a third-placed finish in the 2018 World Cup qualifying in jeopardy, which in turn could affect the country's prospect of earning a direct entry into the 2019 Asian Cup.

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