ISL 2017/18: 6 young Indian players who have shined in the ISL so far
The Hero Indian Super League is underway and league leaders, Bengaluru FC, have already booked their place in the semi-final, while other teams are looking to leapfrog each other with only a few games left in the season.
The 2017-18 ISL has been a roller-coaster ride for many teams as well as players, and two new teams have been introduced in the competition as well. So, let us look at some youngsters who have had some eye-catching performances in the competition so far.
#6 Jerry Lalrinzuala (Chennayin FC)
The 19-year-old defender has played 16 matches and has 2 assists beside his name, as Chennaiyin FC is in the third place on the table with 28 points, six points behind table-toppers Bengaluru FC.
An AIFF academy product, Jerry Lalrinzuala has represented India from U-14 to U-19 age groups. He made 40 tackles and 19 interceptions while playing with and against experienced players in the competition. He debuted in ISL 2016, where he scored 1 goal and made 2 assists. As a result, the fans are expecting to see more from him in the upcoming days.