Apart the viral slogan “C’mon India, Lets football”, the subtext of the recently concluded and rather successful Hero ISL was the development of homegrown talent. And so as the I League is set to begin on 17th Jan, Sports Rediscovered takes a look back at the ISL and the top Indian players of the ISL.
Atletico de Kolkata’s fragile defence was laid bare by the struggling Mumbai City FC as the former table-toppers crashed to a 1-2 defeat at the DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai. The Sourav Ganguly-owned team’s ISL indifferent form continued as they have registered just one win in their last nine matches. Mumbai City FC had been inflicted
Atletico de Kolkata and Delhi Dynamos shared the spoils as their match ended in a goalless draw at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Delhi on Tuesday. While the draw puts the Kolkata franchise closer to the semi-finals, the Delhi team lost an opportunity to make a run for the top four. Delhi’s first miss Delhi
Athletico De Kolkata vs Kerala Blasters brought together two teams that were on opposite ends of the points table. The odds were against Atletico de Kolkata with numerous suspensions and injuries but the league leaders managed to play out a 1-1 draw versus Kerala Blasters at home in Salt Lake Stadium. Baljit Sahni scored his