Mumbai City FC ended their Hero Indian Super League campaign with a bang, as they sealed their first ever away victory in two season with a very late strike from Sony Norde over defending champions Atletico de Kolkata.
It has been yet another bad season for Mumbai City FC manager Nicolas Anelka, and the Frenchman was the first to admit that the 2015 season has been a failure, as they have been unable to qualify for the semi final spots.
Mumbai City manager Nicolas Anelka in an extraordinarily long pre-match conference in Chennai took his time to quash the rumours of controversy
Ranbir Kapoor owned Mumbai City FC make a trip south to face Chennaiyin FC in hopes of keeping their ambition of a semi-final berth alive, while Chennaiyin will look to pip NorthEast United FC to the fourth spot after the Highlanders lost to Delhi Dynamos on Saturday.
Strugglers Mumbai City FC and Kerala Blasters face each other in match 47 of the Hero Indian Super League on Thursday.
Mumbai City FC host Kerala Blasters FC in the clash between the bottom two sides of the Indian Super League.
The Round 11 encounter will see NorthEast United FC, who were defeated by Kerala Blasters 1-4,host Mumbai City FC, in search of their first away victory of the season after their defeat against FC Goa on Friday.
The fourth ever Maha Derby ended with Mumbai City FC held to a draw by FC Pune City and have further diminished their chances for a spot in the semi-finals of the Hero Indian Super League.
An inconsistent Mumbai City FC welcome FC Pune City in a 10th round clash of the Hero Indian Super League in Navi Mumbai, as two teams meet for the fourth Maha Derby on Friday.
Nicolas Anelka seems to have scored the second off the field goal, as reports emerge that Spaniard Oscar Bruzon has left Mumbai City FC