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CHE vs NOR Match Result - ISL 2018-19
3 - 4
NorthEast United
R. Borges (OG) 4'
T. Singh 15'
T. Singh 32'
29' B. Ogbeche
37' B. Ogbeche
39' B. Ogbeche
54' R. Borges
Right, I'm off now to find my breath back at the end of what was a fantastic game of football in Chennai. The Chennaiyin faithful will not go home happy, but there's still 15 games to go this season, if they're looking for positives. Their defense needs tightening up, but NorthEast do look a strong attacking force. That's it from us for tonight, but do join us for the Maharashtra Derby tomorrow, as Mumbai City FC host FC Pune City at the Mumbai Football Arena. Until then, this is Aaditya Narayan signing off, wishing all of you a fantastic end to Dussehra/Navratri/Durga Puja!
FT: Chennaiyin FC 3-4 NorthEast United FC

What started off as looking like Chennaiyin's night of redemption after a shoddy start to the season ended in their third straight loss at the start of the 2018-19 ISL. The defending champions started off on song, as a Rowlin Borges own-goal gave them an early lead. They were constantly a threat from set-pieces, and were beneficiaries of NorthEast being particularly charitable with conceding fouls in dangerous positions. 

Thoi Singh got his first goal in the 15th minute, and with the hosts 2-0 up, it seemed like it would be a long night for NorthEast. But NorthEast soon hit back through their captain Bartholomew Ogbeche, after shoddy goalkeeping from Karanjit. 

Thoi then gave Chennaiyin their two-goal cushion back after brilliance from Augusto. Ogbeche, though, got on the end of two lofted passes from Gallego and provided unerring finishes, to notch up the first hat-trick of ISL 2018-19.

In a second half that NorthEast largely controlled, it was Rowlin Borges who scored his second successive match-winning goal for the Highlanders, with a neat finish into the bottom corner. 

There's plenty to ponder for John Gregory and Chennaiyin. NorthEast can rejoice as they go top of the ISL table, at least temporarily. Absolutely huge victory for them. Morale could be a big problem for Chennaiyin right now, though. 
90+5' PEEEEEEEPPPPP!!! That is a stunning victory for NorthEast United. That is a shattering defeat for Chennaiyin. 

Full time - Chennaiyin FC 3-4 NorthEast United
90+4' As we wait for the full-time whistle, Borges is down for treatment. It's not yet clear why. 
90+3' So nearly for Nelson! That is a searching long ball into the box from Calderon, and Komorski's clearing header just goes back across the face of his own goal. It bobbles around, and falls to Nelson, but he can't get a clean touch on it. Pawan is only too happy to collect. 
90+2' That is brilliant from Robert, as he tussled with Jeje. The striker's touch was a little heavy, and that gave the full-back the room he needed to come in and clear the ball away. Robert also loses his boot in the process. 
90+1' Gurwinder Singh comes on, as Eelco Schattorie looks to fortify his defense with his final change of the night. 

ON - Gurwinder Singh
OFF - Federico Gallego
90' Three minutes added time at the end of the second half here. 
90' Jeje, Jeje, Jeje, should score that one! Fantastic persistence from Isaac down the left flank, and his deep cross is met by Orlandi who heads it across the face of goal towards Jeje. He tries to stretch to get contact on it, but ends up a stud's length away from the ball. 
89' Chennaiyin are looking bereft of inspiration here, and it's not easy to see where they're going to find the spark they need if they are to find their first points of the season tonight. 
86' Oh my, Inigo Calderon, what have you done?! Another fabulous ball from Orlandi towards Sabia, who wins his header, and does the right thing by knocking it into the path of Calderon. He cannot get over the ball on his left-footed effort and skews his shot well over Pawan's bar. 
86' Foul from Ogbeche on Raphael as Chennaiyin get themselves a free-kick in a good area on the right flank. Orlandi will take. 
85' Gregory Nelson comes on for the last five minutes of this one. Can he find Chennaiyin the goal they need for their point?

ON - Gregory Nelson
OFF - Carlos Salom
84' Oh Eli Sabia should score that! That is a delicious ball from the corner by Orlandi, who whips it towards goal with his left foot. Eli Sabia gets up high but he he gets a little too much on his header that went up over Pawan's bar. 
83' Chennaiyin have another corner, as Jeje and Thoi combine on the right flank to cause Robert problems, and the NorthEast man is only too happy to concede the dead-ball situation that Orlandi will take
82' Calderon gets booked for a cynical challenge to stop Ogbeche leading a NorthEast counter-attack. That is harsh on Chennaiyin because play must have been stopped in the previous phase of play for Lakra's horrendous challenge on Isaac. 
80' The sniper is on! Jeje comes on for the final ten minutes as John Gregory makes his second change of the night. 

ON - Jeje Lalpekhlua
OFF - Francis Fernandes
80' Second change for NorthEast United, as Redeem Tlang goes off after an industrious performance. 

ON - Provat Lakra
OFF - Redeem Tlang
79' Orlandi's free-kick has some lovely whip on it, but once again, the NorthEast defense is strong in dealing with it. 
78' Chennaiyin have another free-kick in a dangerous area, as Reagan absolutely wrestles Jerry down to the floor. Once again, how has he not been booked for that?
77' It's played short to Orlandi, and back to Isaac from the Italian. The youngster's cross into a testing area is dealt with by Grgic's header, which falls straight to Thoi. He plays a lovely through ball to Francis on the right flank, but that is an awful cross from Francis, which is hit straight at Robert. 
76' This is getting scrappier by the minute from NorthEast. They're giving the ball away more and more with every passing minute. The latest instance sees Jerry take advantage and win a corner for Chennaiyin, that Isaac will take. 
74' Easy save for Pawan! Orlandi's corner is dealt with by Grgic, and it has eventually fallen to Francis on the right edge of the area. He looks to place it in one of the corners, but he's ended up placing it straight into Pawan's arms.
73' Chennaiyin have a corner, as Thoi plays it out off Puitea. His endeavour looks to have finally come back, after going missing since the beginning of the first half. 
71' NorthEast are now quite content to sit deep, even with the ball. They don't have to force the issue here, so that is completely understandable. Chennaiyin have got to force the pace here, it's all on them. 
68' We're halfway through the second half here in Chennai, and they have not come anywhere near troubling Pawan in the NorthEast goal. Time for a certain sniper, then?
68' That is another great chance for Rowlin Borges. It's a superb run striding forward from midfield. Gallego then finds his run in behind the defense, as he has done so often for them tonight. But Sabia has got across, tackled Borges, and even gotten his side a goal-kick out of it. 
67' Calderon has moved into the centre-half position, to cover for the now-departed Mailson. Orlandi is playing alongside Augusto, and just behind Salom. 
66' John Gregory makes his first substitution of the day, and it's his skipper Mailson Alves who goes off, for Andrea Orlandi to come on. 

ON - Andrea Orlandi
OFF - Mailson Alves
65' That is ambitious, but also awful from Robert! Great play from Gallego again, sets Tlang free on the right side. His cross is over-hit, but falls to Robert on the edge of the box. He tries to get a left-footed volley away, but that is high, wide and not at all handsome. 
64' Ogbeche is taking the proverbial p**s here. He's done a roulette to take it past Thapa, then twisted around Isaac, then slotted the ball past Calderon, before being brought down by the Spaniard. 
63' The free-kick comes to nothing, as Chennaiyin give it away too easily. They have been sloppy in possession in the second half. The likes of Thapa and Augusto need to take control of possession, and haul their side back into this game now. 
62' Leudo has absolutely clattered into Thapa there. How is that not a booking? He has caught Thapa after flying right through him. The ball was gone a few generations before Leudo got there. He should really be a shoo-in, into the referee's book there. 
60' Gallego wins a foul off Jerry on the halfway line, after a brilliant flick over the top left the youngster flummoxed. 
58' NorthEast make their first change of thee day, as the under-par Nikhil Kadam goes off, to be replaced by Puitea.

ON - Lalthathanga Khawlhring
OFF - Nikhil Kadam
56' Chennaiyin force a corner, after a scrap deep in the NorthEast half. That was eventually dealt with by Grgic. Isaac takes the corner, but it's far too deep for anyone to attack it, and NorthEast have a goal-kick.

That is just reward for the way NorthEast have begun this half. Gallego pulling the strings once again in midfield, and this time he finds Reagan on the right flank. His cross is cleared by Sabia towards the edge of the box, where Rowlin's sheer desire beats Thapa to it. He still has plenty to do from there, but he picks his spot and smacks it into the bottom corner, past Karanjit on his left flank. 
52' This is a good spell for NorthEast, as they're in control of possession, even if they aren't causing Chennaiyin too many headaches in the final third. Their decision-making in the final third is letting them down. 
48' Chennaiyin deal with the corner, and Thoi can bring the ball away. He uses his pace to ghost past a couple of NorthEast defenders, before he is caught up by Nikhil. The Chennaiyin man is down, after an inadvertent thumb from Nikhil into his eyes. 
47' NorthEast kept the ball for a whole minute, before winning a corner, as Gallego looks to find Ogbeche again. This time, Sabia gets across and deals with the big Nigerian, but concedes a corner in the process. 
46' PEEEEEEPPP! Chennaiyin get us back underway as they look to calm things down, and play with the conviction of champions. 
We're set for the second half to begin down here in Chennai, after a first period that had thrills and spills galore. Gregory and Schattorie want their teams to defend better. From a neutral perspective, just for the entertainment, another half of awful defending will make this game immense fun to watch. 
It's been a joyous half to watch from a neutral's perspective, even if you did tear your hair out at some of the defending. It's still all to play for in the second 45, which will begin in a bit. We'll be back for that. 
45+2' PEEEEEPPPP!! PHEW! HALF-TIME, and I need some minutes to catch my breath. 

Chennaiyin FC 3-3 NorthEast United

What started off as looking like Chennaiyin's night of redemption after a shoddy start to the season is now anybody's game. The defending champions started off on song, as a Rowlin Borges own-goal gave them an early lead. They were constantly a threat from set-pieces, and were beneficiaries of NorthEast being particularly charitable with conceding fouls in dangerous positions. Thoi Singh got his first goal in the 15th minute, and with the hosts 2-0 up, it seemed like it would be a long night for NorthEast. 

But NorthEast soon hit back through their captain Bartholomew Ogbeche, after shoddy goalkeeping from Karanjit. Thoi then gave Chennaiyin their two-goal cushion back after brilliance from Augusto. 

Ogbeche, though, got on the end of two lofted passes from Gallego and provided unerring finishes, to notch up the first hat-trick of ISL 2018-19. 
45+2' Gallego floats the corner to the edge of the box where Ogbeche brings it down easily. The skipper smacks his shot, but that is blocked by Thapa. It fell to Kadam, whose shot is blocked by Isaac. 
45+2' NorthEast force a corner, as Gallego plays it off Sabia. He's played into space on the right flank by Nikhil, and as he comes face-to-face with Sabia, the NorthEast man just plays it off the Brazilian to win his side a corner. 
45+1' That is an awful free-kick from Rowlin, who chooses power over precision, but eventually only manages to smack that dead ball straight into the wall. 
45' NorthEast have a free-kick in a dangerous position here, as Raphael fouls Gallego. Chennaiyin need to find their discipline back. Raphael has been constantly moaning and groaning at different things so far. Rowlin will take the free-kick. 
44' That is brilliant from Reagan Singh to deny Thapa. Calderon carries the ball forward brilliantly from midfield and finds Thapa on the left wing. He takes the ball past Reagan and looks to cut it back for Salom, but the right-back is biting back and immediately makes his tackle. 
42' NorthEast United have had 60% possession in the first half thus far. Not much of that has come in threatening positions though, which is why Chennaiyin will be fuming. They were in total control of this game, and have allowed NorthEast back into it with some diabolical defending. 

That is another simple ball over the top, and it has undone Chennaiyin again. John Gregory has every right to be absolutely fuming at his defenders. Gallego once again picks up the ball in midfield, and pings it up field to Ogbeche, who has run in behind Mailson. He brings the ball down easily, rounds Karanjit and slots it home into an empty net. That is an awesome turnaround from NorthEast and a brilliant performance from Ogbeche so far. He has had only three sniffs, and he has three goals. 
37' GOOOOAAAAALLL! It's that man Ogbeche again! Talk about a commentator's curse!

That is another soft goal for Chennaiyin to concede, as it's only a simple ball over the top that undoes Chennaiyin. This is a beautiful ball from Gallego, and the Nigerian takes the ball down on his chest, and then slots it easily past an advancing Karanjit. Game on, again!
36' Chennaiyin have controlled the game, even if they haven't had the ball much since their third goal. They are letting NorthEast have the ball in only the areas where they'll be comfortable with it, and holding their shape, this is good. 

That goal is down to the brilliance of Raphael on the left flank. He easily beats Reagan and gets into the box, where he's faced by Leudo. He takes the ball to the touchline and pulls it back for Thoi, who, despite not knowing too much about, bundles the ball over the line with three touches taken from two yards out. 
29' GOOOOAAAAALLL!! NorthEast are back in it, and it's their captain Bartholomew Ogbeche who's dragged them back into this game!

That is absolutely diabolical defending from Chennaiyin. First Thapa fails to win his tackle in midfield, with the ball ricocheting to Gallego, who takes a tame first-time shot that Karanjit, for some unfathomable reason, parries away. Then, Eli Sabia compounds that mistake by missing his clearance completely, allowing Ogbeche to pounce. His finish is unerring, as he smashes it to the far side-netting off his left foot. Chennaiyin will be furious at how easy they made it for the Highlanders. 
27' Gallego almost springs to life, as he picks up the ball in midfield and jinks easily past Thapa and past Calderon. He is faced by Sabia in the end, who stands firm, and clears the ball away. 
25' NorthEast finally have a chance to spring forward, as Ogbeche wins his first header to keep NorthEast in the Chennaiyin half. The move is broken down, by a pass from Borges that only he can explain. That is beyond diabolical. 
24' Isaac curls it in from the left with pace, but there's too much pace on the ball, and Pawan has a comfortable claim. 
23' First yellow card of the game, as Gallego is booked. This is getting niggly from NorthEast, and it is another silly free-kick given away in a dangerous area. Given Chennaiyin's prowess from dead-ball situation, this is akin to suicide from NorthEast to give away so many free-kicks. 
22' The ball is in the back of the net through Salom, but the Chennaiyin joy is cut short by the assistant's flag. It was Jerry who took the set-piece, and he curled it towards the far-post, where Eli Sabia headed it back across the face of goal, and Salom put the ball into the net from two-yards out. He was a few yards offside, and has no case for himself, even as he slams the assistant.
21' Salom wins a free-kick, as Robert fouls him on the right flank. That is late from Robert, as Salom had already jinked past him and the foul was the only way for Robert to stop the Palestine. Isaac will take the free-kick again. 
20' Oooohhh Calderon! That is a tasty flick up top towards Salom, with the outside of his right-foot, as the Palestine runs in behind. He's caught offside though, but that is wonderful from Calderon. 
19' Isaac floats that in towards Eli Sabia, and that is brilliantly dealt with by Komorski, who heads it out of harm's way. Chennaiyin keep the pressure with Francis and Thoi on the right wing, ultimately winning a throw-in.
17' NorthEast are struggling to contain Chennaiyin in midfield, and they have given away another foul. This is bad one from Tlang on Thapa, who's down and receiving treatment. Isaac and Jerry are over the dead-ball. 

NorthEast don't deal with a long ball from the back, and have allowed Isaac to run in behind the defense. The young man squares it across the box, as Thoi busts a gut to get there before Pawan and slot it easily past him to double Chennaiyin's lead. Second assist of the game for Isaac. 
13' This is too scrappy for NorthEast's liking. They've built no momentum going forward, and when they do get into the final third, the service into Ogbeche has been shocking. NorthEast need a lift, but Chennaiyin will love this. They're a side that loves a scrap, and will revel in it. 
11' Jerry attempts to do exactly that from the left flank for Chennaiyin. He carries the ball forward, and then uses his strength to brush aside both Tlang and Reagan. His ball into the box is into a testing area, but Grgic shows no room for aesthetics as he smashes it into Row Z.
10' It's gotten all very scrappy now. Both teams are giving the ball away a tad too easily for anybody's liking. Someone needs to grab thhe ball and give his side a foothold in the game. 
7' NorthEast have controlled possession since going behind to the Borges own-goal. But their play in the final-third has left a lot to be desired. Chennaiyin defenders, led by Sabia and Mailson, have repelled everything that has come their way thus far. 

That is a brilliant delivery from Isaac into a testing area, and with Eli Sabia in close attendance, the ball just hits Rowlin and goes past Pawan in the NorthEast goal. Rowlin had no idea where that was going till it hit him. 
4' Chennaiyin now have a corner at the other end, as Thapa plays it out off Leudo. Isaac will take. 
2' That's an early chance for Grgic! Fabulous ball from the corner by Kadam, but Grgic's header, which was made with nobody marking him, has gone well over Karanjit's bar.
2' Tlang finds himself in space in the Chennaiyin box, after being put through by Gallego. His attempted cut-back is put out for a corner by Jerry.
1' In the early exchanges, it does seem like Inigo Calderon has pushed into defensive midfield, with Jerry being the third centre-back. Francis and Thoi will be the wing-backs. 
1' PEEEEEEEEEPPPPP!! Off we go, as Gallego gets the game underway for NorthEast
Mailson and Ogbeche are at the toss. Both of them have forgotten their pennants. But eventually all's good and the pennants have been exchanged. Kickoff is next. 
Anthem sung. Hands shook. Team photos taken. Final warm-ups underway. The champions' road to redemption begins right now! Are you ready?!
The teams and officials are lined up in front of the main stand in Chennai, and it's time for Jana Gana Mana
The teams walk out on to the pitch in Chennai. "CFC CFC CFC," is the refrain here in the stadium. The fans that are there really are making themselves heard. 
On a festive night in Chennai, with the Dussehra festival, the stadium is barely half-full. You have got to question some of these scheduling decisions from the league. 
Mailson and Ogbeche at the head of the queues as Chennaiyin and NorthEast United line up in the tunnel at the Marina Arena. 
Kickoff is drawing ever closer in Chennai, and there's an interview with Mislav Komorski playing on the host broadcaster. Komorski says Chennaiyin's form thus far is irrelevant, and that a 0-0 or 1-1 draw will be a good result for the Highlanders. 
Russell Osman, on air on the host broadcaster, says Jeje is unfortunate to be dropped. "It is the toughest job in football to put the ball in the back of the net," he says.
Four wins, two draws, two losses. 15 goals scored. 11 conceded. It's fair to say NorthEast have had the upper hand in this fixture. It is a weird one, given NorthEast's ISL history, but they have been a bogey side for Chennaiyin.
NorthEast have won four out of eight games against Chennaiyin, with Chennaiyin managing only two wins so far against the Highlanders. 
It will be an interesting game, especially given the weather around Chennai. There have been intermittent rains over the last few days, and it will be interesting to see how the pitch copes up if there are more showers from now till the final whistle. 
We're 45 minutes away from kick-off in Chennai. The Supermachans and the B-Stand Blues are in attendance. I'm sure Messrs. Dani and Bachchan will make their way in rather soon as well. 
The only previous occasion in which Chennaiyin had lost their opening two games of the season was in 2015. They won the Championship that year. So, how many fans are seeing this as a good omen now? 
The talk is about Chennaiyin today, and understandably so. So, do forgive me if I tend to talk more about the pressure the champions are under, than the prospect of NorthEast extending what has been a good start to the season. 
Gregory has not stuck! He has twisted, and how! After two shockingly below-par performances, Jeje has been relegated to the bench. Gregory Nelson is unlucky to drop to the bench though, but the foreigner rule means someone has got to sit out to accommodate Salom. Germanpreet is also dropped after two below-par performances. Thoi Singh is back, and he is massively loved by the Chennaiyin faithful. Time to pay some of the faith back for "Three-Lung Thoi," as they call him. 

NorthEast United are unchanged, apart from the one enforced change which sees Pawan Kumar replace Rehenesh.

Chennaiyin FC XI:
Karanjit Singh, Inigo Calderon, Mailson Alves, Eli Sabia, Jerry Lalrinzuala, Thoi Singh, Anirudh Thapa, Isaac Vanmalsawma, Thoi Singh, Francis Fernandes, Carlos Salom

Substitutes: Sanjiban Ghosh, Tondonba Singh, Zohmingliana Ralte, Andrea Orlandi, Germanpreet Singh, Gregory Nelson, Jeje Lalpekhlua

NorthEast United FC XI: Pawan Kumar, Reagan Singh, Mato Grgic, Mislav Komorski, Robert Lalthlamuana, Rowlin Borges, Jose Leudo, Federico Gallego, Redeem Tlang, Nikhil Kadam, Bartholomew Ogbeche

Substitutes: Gurmeet, Gurwinder Singh, Provat Lakra, Lalthathanga Khawlhring, Rupert Nongrum, Augustine Okrah, Juan Mascia
The Chennaiyin fans are already in voice at the Marina Arena. "Gregory's Blue Army," they scream in unison! They need a big response from their heroes tonight, as Chennaiyin look to alleviate this early pressure on them. 
For NorthEast, the lineup is going to be interesting. Keegan Pereira is supposed to have recovered from his injury that ruled him out of their last game. But the big questions are going to come in the form of their wingers Tlang and Kadam. In Rupert Nongrum and Lalthathanga Khawlhring, they have got replacements in waiting. Eelco Schattorie may not change it though. 
Does Gregory stick or twist with his lineup tonight? Having faith in a settled line-up worked brilliantly for him and his charges last season, but this time around, it looks like this Chennaiyin side is crying out for some change. Find out in a bit...
We've got about an hour to go for team news from Chennai. On a big day for the hosts, John Gregory has a little bit of pressure on him. Can he and his side cope with it? I'm Aaditya Narayan, and I will take you through the action on what promises to be an intriguing night of football at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium. 
Chennaiyin FC v NorthEast United Predicted XIs

Chennaiyin FC: 
Karanjit Singh, Laldinliana Renthlei, Mailson Alves, Eli Sabia, Jerry Lalrinzuala, Anirudh Thapa, Germanpreet Singh, Raphael Augusto, Caros Salom, Gregory Nelson, Jeje Lalpekhlua

NorthEast United: Pawan Kumar, Reagan Singh, Mato Grgic, Mislav Komorski, Robert Lalthlamuana, Rowlin Borges, Jose Leudo, Federico Gallego, Redeem Tlang, Nikhil Kadam, Bartholomew Ogbeche
Chennaiyin FC v NorthEast United Preview

The Chennaiyin manager John Gregory said it's not yet time to panic for the defending champions, after two losses in their first two games. But another reverse today at home against NorthEast United could well mean panic stations for the champions. 

The manager has reaffirmed his faith in his players, and he will be expecting to see a reaction from them, after losses to Bengaluru FC and FC Goa. The form of striker Jeje Lalpekhlua is a concern, and he did nothing to alleviate that in India's friendly against China. 

Chennaiyin have looked flat in midfield, and the absence of Dhanpal Ganesh has hit them hard. Germanpreet Singh has been below-par, while Anirudh Thapa has looked off the pace as well. Defensively too, Chennaiyin look rather suspect, and there might be a shifting of the pack tonight. Laldinliana Renthlei may come in for Inigo Calderon, to make way for a foreigner up front. Carlos Salom has looked threatening in both his cameos thus far, while Andrea Orlandi did make a good impression against Goa as well. 

For NorthEast, there isn't much to be concerned about, as they're sailing well after their opening two games. Their goalkeeper TP Rehenesh is suspended, though. 

Historically, NorthEast have done well against Chennaiyin, having only lost once in four years in Chennai. They will look for their good run to continue. 
Gurwinder Singh
F. Gallego
G. Nelson
C. Salom
Inigo Calderon
J. Lalpekhlua
F. Fernandes
P. Lakra
R. Tlang
Andrea Orlandi
L. Khawlhring
N. Kadam
R. Borges
B. Ogbeche
assist: F. Gallego
B. Ogbeche
assist: R. Borges
T. Singh
assist: Raphael Augusto
B. Ogbeche
F. Gallego
T. Singh
assist: I. Vanmalsawma
R. Borges (Own Goal)
NorthEast United (4-2-3-1)
Eelco Schattorie (Manager)
K. Singh
J. Lalrinzuala
Eli Sabiá
F. Fernandes
A. Thapa
Inigo Calderon
I. Vanmalsawma
Raphael Augusto
T. Singh
C. Salom
Pawan Kumar I
R. Lalthlamuana
M. Komorski
M. Grgić
R. Singh
R. Borges
J. Leudo
N. Kadam
F. Gallego
R. Tlang
B. Ogbeche
NorthEast United (4-2-3-1)
Eelco Schattorie (Manager)
Chennaiyin Subs
S. Ghosh
J. Lalpekhlua
G. Nelson
Andrea Orlandi
Z. Ralte
G. Singh
N. Singh
NorthEast United Subs
L. Khawlhring
P. Lakra
J. Mascia
R. Nongrum
A. Okrah
Gurwinder Singh
Gurmeet Singh
6 SHOTS 11
9 FOULS 13
Pos Club P W D L GD Pts
1 Goa 7 5 1 1 9 16
2 Bengaluru 5 4 1 0 6 13
3 Mumbai City 7 4 1 2 -1 13
4 Jamshedpur 7 2 5 0 5 11
5 NorthEast United 6 3 2 1 3 11
6 Atlético de Kolkata 7 3 1 3 -1 10
7 Kerala Blasters 7 1 4 2 -1 7
8 Chennaiyin 7 1 1 5 -4 4
9 Delhi Dynamos 8 0 4 4 -6 4
10 Pune City 7 0 2 5 -10 2
Tournament ISL 2018-19 - Week 3
Stadium Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium
Match time Thu, 18 Oct 2018, 07:30 PM
Updated: Oct 18, 2018 21:28 PM | Published: Oct 18, 2018 15:33 PM
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