ISL 2016: Delhi Dynamos 5 - 1 FC Goa - Player ratings
Delhi Dynamos moved one step closer to the semi-finals after thrashing FC Goa 5-1 on Sunday. A hat-trick from Marcelinho and a brace from Richard Gadze sealed a comeback for the Lions after Fulganco Cardozo gave Goa the lead in the first half.
Here are the player ratings for the game.
Soram Anganba - 5/10
The Indian goalkeeper did not have much to do in the game. However, he was easily beaten by Julio Cesar's shot, which resulted in Goa's goal.
Souvik Chakraborty - 6/10
Like Anganba, Souvik also did not have much to do defensively. The full-back claimed the assist for Marcelinho's second goal. He also provided attacking support for his teammates and got into good positions, but lacked in his final ball.
Anas Edathodika - 5/10
Anas couldn't deal with Julio Cesar before the Brazilian shot the ball and it resulted in a goal. Like the rest of Delhi defence, he too didn't have much to do.
Ruben González - 7/10
The Spaniard was rock solid at the back for the Gianluca Zambrotta-managed side. He dealt with everything that came his way quite easily and kept the Goa attackers at bay.
David Addy - 6.5/10
The full-back didn't have anything much to do defensively and was involved offensively. He was unfortunate not to win two free-kicks for his team after he was brought down a couple of occasions. Addy was good going forward.
Marcos Tébar - 8.5/10
The midfielder assisted the Lions' fourth and fifth goals of the night. Tébar's ball distribution was on point and he was top notch with the ball at his feet. The player didn't do anything wrong against Goa.
Milan Singh - 5/10
The Indian midfielder conceded a few unnecessary free-kicks, but apart from that he did not do much in the game.
Florent Malouda - 7/10
The Delhi Dynamos marquee player continued his good form. The Frenchman assisted Marcelinho's first goal and his passing was on point and he set-up some attacking moves. Zambrotta will be hoping that the Frenchman's form stays this way in the coming games too.
Kean Lewis - 5.5/10
The Indian was not as effective as he was in earlier games. However, he passed the ball around well and almost every time found his teammates.
Richard Gadze - 9/10
The 22-year old striker was poor in the first half, but he stepped up his game in the second. Gadze bagged a brace and took both his goals well. The Delhi Dynamos player also held the ball very well.
Marcelinho - 10/10
The 29-year old scored a hat-trick on the night and increased his season's goal tally to eight. The attacker dominated over the Goa defenders and gave them a nightmare. Marcelinho's second goal was arguably the best of the night.
Badara Badji - 5/10
The striker replaced Gadze in the 70th minute but he couldn't make any impact on the team after coming on.
Ibrahima Niasse - 5/10
The defender came on for Addy and like Badji, he too didn't have anything to do.
Bruno Pelissari - N/A
Pelissari came on for Marcelinho in the 82th minute.