I-League 2018-19, Indian Arrows 0-2 Mohun Bagan: 5 talking points
#3 Mohun Bagan should’ve pressed for more goals
When a coach has players like Dipanda Dicka and Henry Kisekka by his side along with Sony Norde, he should easily opt for an attacking strategy. But sadly, Mohun Bagan players failed to impress despite claiming all the three points from the match.
There are enough weapons in Mohun Bagan’s armoury. They could easily kill their opponent on any given day. One should expect an attacking mindset from their players.
That hasn’t happened against Arrows. At one point, their strikers looked a bit tired. They had chances to make their goal difference look better, but couldn’t capitalise.
Henry Kisekka was again an under-performer on the night and Norde failed to replicate the same aggressive efforts that he produced against Aizawl FC.
Dicka was by far a better player that he was in the previous two matches. Not only Dicka and Kisekka, but Mahata and Elhusseiny should also come out and score goals.