Chennaiyin FC came back from a goal down to beat NorthEast United FC 2-1 in the fourth Hero Super Cup 2019 quarter-final played at the Kalinga Stadium in Bhubaneswar
Bengaluru FC sealed their place in the final of the Hero Indian Super League for the second successive year with a 3-0 win against NorthEast United FC in the second leg of the play-off at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium
Â NorthEast United FC left it late to secure their first win against Bengaluru FC but what an important win it turned out to be in the first leg semi-finals of the Hero Indian Super League.
Chencho Gyeltshen scored his second goal for the Blues, yet again off the bench versus NorthEast United, as Bengaluru FC returned to winning ways in the Indian Super League with a hard-fought 2-1 result
NorthEast United FC seem to have forgotten the art of turning difficult matches in their favour after playing out their third consecutive draw in the Hero Indian Super League (ISL).
NorthEast United FC scripted a stirring late comeback to stun Kerala Blasters FC 2-1 in a thrilling Hero Indian Super League (ISL) encounter at the Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium here on Friday.Â
DESPITE POOR REFEREEING leaving multiple teams frustrated, almost no ISL team has registered complaints about the officiating in the official feedback forms provided by AIFF
Mumbai City FC are on a roll and it comes as a pleasant surprise to most followers in the Hero Indian Super League (ISL).
NorthEast United FC kept hunting for a goal which they eventually managed to get in the end as they got the better of 10-man ATK in an intriguing Hero Indian Super League battle at the Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata, on Thursday.
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