Mumbai is all set to host what has got to be one of the most riveting and nail biting encounters in recent Indian Super League history as Atletico de Kolkata travel to Mumbai with a slender 1 goal advantage in the second league of the semi finals. It will be advantage to the Kolkata outfit who part from their one goal lead, will also benefit from the fact that Mumbai City FC will be without their key forward and marquee man Diego Forlan who was will be serving his one match ban after getting sent off in the previous leg. Forlan was a key figure behind City’s table top finish in the league stages, both creating and scoring goals.The absence of the the Uruguayan could come as a huge blow for Alexander Guimares’ side.
FC Pune City and Kerala Blasters fought out an intense game that ended 1-1 at the Balewadi Sports Complex on Monday. Meanwhile, the capital state will go head to head with the financial capital of India as the Delhi Dynamos play host to Mumbai City FC on matchday 17 of the Hero Indian Super League on Tuesday.
Mumbai City FC might have bowed out of the second season of the Indian Super League (ISL), but they bowed out with their heads held high, as they defeated defending champions and current league leaders Atletico de Kolkata (ATK) 3-2.
The two in-form teams from two corners of India setup an exciting clash, as Mumbai City FC play hosts to the team from Guwahati, NorthEast United FC, in the Hero Indian Super League on Wednesday.
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