ISL 2018-19 Matchday 11

Kerala Blasters vs Pune City FC

Kerala Blasters’ home drought continued as Pune City scored the only goal of the match through Marcelinho in the 20th minute. The win saw Pune consolidate their position in the top three.

NorthEast United FC vs ATK

NEU FC and ATK played out a dull, goalless draw in the Indira Gandhi Stadium, in a match characterised by a directionless gameplay from both sides.

Bengaluru FC vs Mumbai City FC

The top two teams faced each other in Sree Kanteerava Stadium, and played out a 1-1 draw. Bengaluru opened the scoring after Bheke’s cross from the left was headed into the goal by Udanta Singh. Mumbai equalised in the 31st minute, through Sougou’s header, off Issoko’s low cross. Sehnaj was shown a red card at the beginning of the second half, but ten-man Mumbai defended resolutely to salvage a point from this difficult fixture.


Pune City FC vs FC Goa

A resurgent Pune City faced FC Goa, who had slipped to third despite having started the season on a high. Pune City scored two, through Marcelinho screamer in the 74th and a Stankovic penalty in the fourth minute of the added time, with Goa failing to score even a single goal.

Jamshedpur FC vs Delhi Dynamos

Jamshedpur FC took on a winless Delhi Dynamos at JRD Tata Sports Complex, aiming to get a favourable result which might help them to realise their play-off hopes. However, some scrappy defending saw them concede in the 24th minute, as Chhangte scored through a left-footed shot. Cahill equalised, five minutes later, through a poacher’s header. Jamshedpur, took the lead, to complete the turnaround, as Farukh Choudhary hit the ball into the top right corner.