City football giants Mohun Bagan defeated Calcutta Customs 2-0 to win the Calcutta Football League after a gap of nine years at the Mohun Bagan ground.
This is the 30th time Mohun Bagan has won the league, and that too with a match in hand, IANS reports.
Henry Kisekka (4th, 45th minutes) scored a brace to help his side end East Bengal's dominance and bring home the local league which they last won in 2009.
Mohun Bagan thus ended arch-rivals East Bengal's domination in the Calcutta Football League. East Bengal have built up a fantastic record in the league in recent years, having won eight consecutive titles, starting from the 2010 season. East Bengal are the most successful team in the tournament, having won the title 39 times.
Mohun Bagan looked in complete control right from the first whistle in front of a full-capacity home crowd.
You can watch the entire match right here, courtesy Sadhna News.
Mohun Bagan will next take on Mohammedan Sporting in an inconsequential fixture at the Yuva Bharati Krirangan on September 18.