ISL 2017: The 5 records broken so far
The 4th edition of ISL has started with a bang, with 31 goals being scored in 11 games. Let's take a look at the records that were broken.
Although ISL 2017 is still in its early days, it has given us moments to cheer and has set benchmarks for the season ahead. In the process, there were many records that were broken during the first couple of weeks. We bring you the top 5 from that list.
Youngest player to play in ISL
Baoringdao Bodo was signed by Chennaiyin FC for ISL 2016 and was among the elite young players that were sent to train at FC Metz in France. Unfortunately, the ISL was a huge task for him at the age of 17 and he couldn't break into the first team for the 2016 season.
But the AIFF Elite Academy product, who had also captained the Indian U-17 team, broke Jerry Lalrinzuala's record of being the youngest player to play in ISL when he started for Chennaiyin FC in their 3-2 defeat at the hands of FC Goa. However, he didn't have the best of debuts and was taken off in the second half.