Falling Attendances have been an feature of this year's Indian Super League and the interest seemed to have fizzled out across the nation.
Chennaiyin FC completely ran riot over Atletico de Kolkata, in the first leg of the semi final at the Belawadi stadium in Pune, leaving the defending champions in complete disarray.
Both Chennaiyin FC and Atletico de Kolkata are two of the strongest teams in the Indian Super League (ISL) and it is perhaps a sad affair, that we would not be able to see them playing the final.
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.
Cesar Farias substitutions earns NorthEast United crucial three points, as both Chennaiyin and NorthEast United aim for the semi-finals
A match between Kerala Blasters and Chennaiyin FC was never going to be a dull affair as it proved to be a high tension drama with red card, penalties at either end and a cracking atmosphere by the supporters of the Yellow Army.
Another mouth-watering encounter in the Hero ISL sees Chennayin FC take on the high-flying FC Pune City at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Chennai on Saturday.
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