2018–19 Indian Super League season

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Indian Super League
Season 2018–19
Dates29 September – 17 March
Champions Bengaluru
1st title
AFC Cup Bengaluru
Matches played95
Goals scored254 (2.67 per match)
Top goalscorer Ferrán Corominas
(16 goals)
Best goalkeeper Gurpreet Singh Sandhu
(96.32 mins per goal)
Biggest home win Goa 5–0 Mumbai City
(24 October 2018)
Mumbai City 6–1 Kerala Blasters
(16 December 2018)
Biggest away win Mumbai City 1–5 Goa
(9 March 2019)
Highest scoring Chennaiyin 3–4 NorthEast United
(18 October 2018)
Mumbai City 6–1 Kerala Blasters
(16 December 2018)
Longest winning run Bengaluru (6 games)
Longest unbeaten run Bengaluru (11 games)
Longest winless run Kerala Blasters (14 games)
Longest losing run Chennaiyin (5 games)
Highest attendance41,202
ATK 0–2 Kerala Blasters
(29 September 2018)
Lowest attendance3,134
Delhi Dynamos 2–0 Kerala Blasters
(31 January 2019)
Total attendance1,131,304
Average attendance13,155
2019–20

The 2018–19 Indian Super League season was the fifth season of the Indian Super League, one of the top Indian professional football leagues. It was established in 2013. The regular season began on 29 September 2018 and concluded on 17 March 2019. [1] The league took a mid-season break for around one month from 17 December 2018 to early January 2019 due to India's participation in the 2019 AFC Asian Cup. [1]

Contents

Chennaiyin were the defending champions, having defeated Bengaluru in the 2018 final, however they did not qualify for the playoffs having finished the last in the regular season. Bengaluru FC won their maiden title by defeating FC Goa 1–0 in the final which was held on 17 March 2019. [2] [3]

Teams

Stadiums and locations

TeamCity/StateStadiumCapacity
ATK Kolkata, West Bengal Salt Lake Stadium 85,000 [4]
Bengaluru Bengaluru, Karnataka Sree Kanteerava Stadium 25,810 [5]
Chennaiyin Chennai, Tamil Nadu Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium 20,765 [6]
Delhi Dynamos Delhi Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium 14,342 [7]
Goa Margao, Goa Fatorda Stadium 18,600 [8]
Jamshedpur Jamshedpur, Jharkhand JRD Tata Sports Complex 24,424 [9]
Kerala Blasters Kochi, Kerala Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium 38,086 [10]
Mumbai City Mumbai, Maharashtra Mumbai Football Arena 7,790 [11]
NorthEast United Guwahati, Assam Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium 23,627 [12]
Pune City Pune, Maharashtra Balewadi Stadium 10,237 [13]

Personnel and sponsorship

TeamHead coachCaptainKit manufacturerShirt sponsor
ATK Flag of England.svg Steve Coppell [14] Flag of Spain.svg Manuel Lanzarote Nivia [15] CESC Limited [15]
Bengaluru Flag of Spain.svg Carles Cuadrat Flag of India.svg Sunil Chhetri Puma [16] Kia Motors [17]
Chennaiyin Flag of England.svg John Gregory Flag of Brazil.svg Maílson Alves Performax [18] Apollo Tyres [19]
Delhi Dynamos Flag of Spain.svg Josep Gombau Flag of Spain.svg Marcos Tébar TYKA Sports Aspire Academy
Goa Flag of Spain.svg Sergio Lobera Flag of India.svg Mandar Rao Dessai Sqad Gear Xiaomi [20]
Jamshedpur Flag of Spain.svg César Ferrando Flag of Spain.svg Tiri Nivia Tata Steel
Kerala Blasters Flag of Portugal.svg Nelo Vingada Flag of India.svg Sandesh Jhingan Six5Six Muthoot Pappachan
Mumbai City Flag of Portugal.svg Jorge Costa Flag of Romania.svg Lucian Goian Sqad GearACE Group
NorthEast United Flag of the Netherlands.svg Eelco Schattorie Flag of Nigeria.svg Bartholomew Ogbeche Performax McDowell's No. 1
Pune City Flag of England.svg Phil Brown Flag of England.svg Matt Mills Six5Six Suzuki Gixxer

Head coaching changes

TeamOutgoing coachManner of departureDate of vacancyPosition in tableIncoming coachDate of appointment
Pune City Flag of Serbia.svg Ranko Popović Contract finished31 May 2018 [21] Pre-season Flag of Brazil.svg Marcos Paquetá 1 June 2018 [22]
Bengaluru Flag of Spain.svg Albert Roca Contract finished31 May 2018 [23] Flag of Spain.svg Carles Cuadrat 14 June 2018 [24]
ATK Flag of Ireland.svg Robbie Keane Contract finished31 May 2018 [25] Flag of England.svg Steve Coppell 18 June 2018 [26]
Jamshedpur Flag of England.svg Steve Coppell Contract finished31 May 2018 [26] Flag of Spain.svg César Ferrando 21 July 2018 [27]
Delhi Dynamos Flag of Spain.svg Miguel Ángel Portugal Mutual consent2 May 2018 [28] Flag of Spain.svg Josep Gombau 2 August 2018 [29]
Pune City Flag of Brazil.svg Marcos Paquetá Contract terminated29 June 2018 [30] Flag of Spain.svg Miguel Ángel Portugal 9 August 2018 [31]
Mumbai City Flag of Costa Rica.svg Alexandre Guimarães Mutual consent14 August 2018 [32] Flag of Portugal.svg Jorge Costa 14 August 2018 [33]
NorthEast United Flag of Israel.svg Avram Grant Contract finished31 May 2018 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Eelco Schattorie 18 August 2018 [34]
Pune City Flag of Spain.svg Miguel Ángel Portugal Sacked26 October 2018 [35] 10th Flag of India.svg Pradyum Reddy (Interim)26 October 2018 [35]
Kerala Blasters Flag of England.svg David James Sacked18 December 20188th Flag of Portugal.svg Nelo Vingada 18 January 2019
Pune City Flag of India.svg Pradyum Reddy (Interim)Mutual consent24 December 20187th Flag of England.svg Phil Brown 24 December 2018

Roster changes

Foreign Players

The number of foreign players allowed in the squad will be reduced from eight to seven from 2018 to 2019 season, however the maximum number of foreign players allowed on the pitch will remain same at five. [36]

ClubForeigner 1Foreigner 2Foreigner 3Foreigner 4Foreigner 5Foreigner 6Foreigner 7
ATK Flag of Brazil.svg Éverton Santos Flag of Brazil.svg Gerson Vieira Flag of Cameroon.svg Andre Bikey Flag of England.svg John Johnson Flag of Nigeria.svg Kalu Uche Flag of Spain.svg Edu García Flag of Spain.svg Manuel Lanzarote
Bengaluru Flag of Spain.svg Álex Barrera Flag of Spain.svg Dimas Delgado Flag of Spain.svg Xisco Hernández Flag of Spain.svg Juanan Flag of Spain.svg Luisma Flag of Spain.svg Albert Serrán Flag of Venezuela.svg Miku
Chennaiyin Flag of Australia (converted).svg Chris Herd Flag of Brazil.svg Maílson Alves Flag of Brazil.svg Raphael Augusto Flag of Brazil.svg Eli Sabiá Flag of the Netherlands.svg Gregory Nelson
Delhi Dynamos Flag of Mexico.svg Ulises Dávila Flag of the Netherlands.svg Gianni Zuiverloon Flag of Slovenia.svg Rene Mihelič Flag of Spain.svg Adrià Carmona Flag of Spain.svg Martí Crespí Flag of Spain.svg Francisco Dorronsoro Flag of Spain.svg Marcos Tébar
Goa Flag of France.svg Hugo Boumous Flag of Morocco.svg Ahmed Jahouh Flag of Morocco.svg Zaid Krouch Flag of Senegal.svg Mourtada Fall Flag of Spain.svg Edu Bedia Flag of Spain.svg Coro Flag of Spain.svg Carlos Peña
Jamshedpur Flag of Australia (converted).svg Tim Cahill Flag of Brazil.svg Memo Flag of Spain.svg Mario Arqués Flag of Spain.svg Carlos Calvo Flag of Spain.svg Sergio Cidoncha Flag of Spain.svg Pablo Morgado Flag of Spain.svg Tiri
Kerala Blasters Flag of France.svg Cyril Kali Flag of Ghana.svg Courage Pekuson Flag of Serbia.svg Nikola Krčmarević Flag of Serbia.svg Nemanja Lakić-Pešić Flag of Serbia.svg Slaviša Stojanović Flag of Slovenia.svg Matej Poplatnik Flag of Uganda.svg Kizito Keziron
Mumbai City Flag of Brazil.svg Rafael Bastos Flag of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.svg Arnold Issoko Flag of Portugal.svg Paulo Machado Flag of Romania.svg Lucian Goian Flag of Senegal.svg Modou Sougou Flag of Serbia.svg Marko Klisura Flag of Uruguay.svg Matías Mirabaje
NorthEast United Flag of Colombia.svg José David Leudo Flag of Colombia.svg Janeiler Rivas Palacios Flag of Croatia.svg Mato Grgić Flag of Greece.svg Panagiotis Triadis Flag of Nigeria.svg Bartholomew Ogbeche Flag of Uruguay.svg Federico Gallego Flag of Uruguay.svg Juan Cruz Mascia
Pune City Flag of Austria.svg Marko Stanković Flag of Brazil.svg Diego Carlos Flag of Brazil.svg Marcelinho Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg Iain Hume Flag of England.svg Matt Mills Flag of Spain.svg Jonathan Vila Flag of Uruguay.svg Martín Díaz

Regular season

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification
1 Bengaluru [lower-alpha 1] (C)1810442922+734 [lower-alpha 2] Advance to Indian Super League Playoffs
2 Goa 1810443620+1634 [lower-alpha 2]
3 Mumbai City 189362520+530
4 NorthEast United 187832218+429
5 Jamshedpur 186932921+827
6 ATK 186661822424
7 Pune City 186482430622
8 Delhi Dynamos 184682327418
9 Kerala Blasters 1829718281015
10 Chennaiyin 1823131632169
Source: Indian Super League
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) head-to-head points; 3) head-to-head goal difference; 4) head-to-head goals scored; 5) goal difference; 5) number of goals scored; 6) fair play ranking; 6) drawing of lots
(C) Champion.
Notes:
  1. Qualified for 2020 AFC Cup Qualifier
  2. 1 2 Head-to-head standings: Bengaluru 6 pts, Goa 0 pts.

Results

Home \ Away KOL BEN CHE DEL GOA JAM KER MUM NEU PUN
ATK 1–22–12–10–02–10–21–30–11–0
Bengaluru 1–01–01–03–02–22–21–12–12–1
Chennaiyin 2–32–11–31–30–00–00–13–41–2
Delhi Dynamos 1–23–20–00–02–22–02–40–21–1
Goa 3–01–21–03–20–03–05–05–14–2
Jamshedpur 1–15–13–12–14–12–21–00–01–4
Kerala Blasters 1–11–23–01–11–31–11–10–00–1
Mumbai City 0–01–02–02–00–20–26–10–22–0
NorthEast United 0–01–11–01–12–21–12–10–11–1
Pune City 2–20–32–41–32–02–11–12–10–2
Source: Indian Super League
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Playoffs

Bracket

  Semi-finals Final
             
1 Bengaluru 134 
4 NorthEast United 202 
   1 Bengaluru 1
  2 Goa 0
2 Goa 505
3 Mumbai City 112 

Semi-finals

Team 1 Agg. Team 21st leg2nd leg
NorthEast United 2–4 Bengaluru 2–1 0–3
Mumbai City 2–5 Goa 1–5 1–0

Final

Bengaluru 1–0 Goa
Report

Season statistics

Scoring

Hat-tricks

Result column shows goal tally of player's team first.
PlayerForAgainstResultDateRef
Flag of Nigeria.svg Bartholomew Ogbeche NorthEast UnitedChennaiyin3–4 (A)18 October 2018 [38]
Flag of Senegal.svg Modou Sougou 4Mumbai CityKerala Blasters6–1 (H)16 December 2018 [39]
Flag of Senegal.svg Modou Sougou Mumbai CityATK3–1 (A)22 February 2019 [40]
Notes

4 – Player scored four goals
(H) – Home team
(A) – Away team


Top assists

RankPlayerClubAssists
1 Flag of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.svg Arnold Issoko Mumbai City8
2 Flag of Spain.svg Coro Goa7
3 Flag of Spain.svg Carlos Calvo Jamshedpur6
4 Flag of Spain.svg Dimas Delgado Bengaluru5
Flag of France.svg Hugo Boumous Goa
Flag of Uruguay.svg Federico Gallego NorthEast United
Flag of Spain.svg Edu Bedia Goa
Flag of Spain.svg Xisco Hernández Bengaluru
8 Flag of Venezuela.svg Miku Bengaluru4
Flag of Brazil.svg Marcelinho Pune City
Flag of India.svg Brandon Fernandes Goa
Flag of India.svg Seiminlen Doungel Kerala Balsters
Flag of Portugal.svg Paulo Machado Mumbai City
Flag of India.svg Jackichand Singh Goa
Source: [41]

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Clean sheets

RankPlayerClubClean
sheets
1 Amrinder Singh Mumbai City7
Gurpreet Singh Sandhu Bengaluru
3 Pawan Kumar NorthEast United6
4 Naveen Kumar Goa4
Dheeraj Singh Moirangthem Kerala Blasters
Mohammad Nawaz Goa
Subrata Pal Jamsedpur
Arindam Bhattacharya ATK
Francisco Dorronsoro Delhi Dynamos
10 Rehenesh TP NorthEast United2
Kamaljit Singh Pune City
Karanjit Singh Chennaiyin
Source: [42]

Discipline

Player

Club

  • Most yellow cards: 50 [45]
    • Pune City
  • Most red cards: 3 [46]
    • Pune City
    • NorthEast United
    • Goa
    • Bengaluru

Average home attendances

TeamGPCumulativeHighLowMean
Jamshedpur 9180,14023,05014,67820,016
ATK 8146,48241,2025,32118,310
Kerala Blasters 8136,99631,1663,29817,125
Goa 10163,77917,80714,48216,378
Bengaluru 10143,29321,6369,37914,329
NorthEast United 9121,12221,7866,87313,458
Chennaiyin 785,27014,9926,93912,181
Delhi Dynamos 963,86112,3423,1347,096
Pune City 640,5548,1935,9416,759
Mumbai City 1049,8077,5633,4624,981
Total861,131,30441,2023,13413,155
Source: [47]

Awards

Hero of the Match

MatchHero of the MatchMatchHero of the MatchMatchHero of the Match
PlayerClubPlayerClubPlayerClub
Match 1 Matej Poplatnik Kerala BlastersMatch 33 Gerson Vieira ATKMatch 65 Lallianzuala Chhangte Delhi Dynamos
Match 2 Miku BengaluruMatch 34 Coro GoaMatch 66 Coro Goa
Match 3 Coro GoaMatch 35 Ashique Kuruniyan Pune CityMatch 67 Marcelinho Pune City
Match 4 Jerry Mawihmingthanga JamshedpurMatch 36 Sunil Chhetri BengaluruMatch 68 Manuel Lanzarote ATK
Match 5 Rana Gharami Delhi DynamosMatch 37 Sandesh Jhingan Kerala BlastersMatch 69 Brandon Fernandes Goa
Match 6 John Johnson ATKMatch 38 Subhasish Bose Mumbai CityMatch 70 Udanta Singh Bengaluru
Match 7 Sandesh Jhingan Kerala BlastersMatch 39 Pablo Morgado JamshedpurMatch 71 Panagiotis Triadis NorthEast United
Match 8 Ahmed Jahouh GoaMatch 40 Nishu Kumar BengaluruMatch 72 Memo Jamshedpur
Match 9 Nishu Kumar BengaluruMatch 41 Federico Gallego NorthEast UnitedMatch 73 Raphael Agusto Chennaiyin
Match 10 Balwant Singh ATKMatch 42 Pronay Halder ATKMatch 74 Edu Garcia ATK
Match 11 Bartholomew Ogbeche NorthEast UnitedMatch 43 Dheeraj Singh Moirangthem Kerala BlastersMatch 75 Rowllin Borges NorthEast United
Match 12 Arnold Issoko Mumbai CityMatch 44 Rahul Bheke BengaluruMatch 76 Coro Goa
Match 13 C.K. Vineeth Kerala BlastersMatch 45 José David Leudo NorthEast UnitedMatch 77 Matej Poplatnik Kerala Blasters
Match 14 Sergio Cidoncha JamshedpurMatch 46 Manuel Lanzarote ATKMatch 78 Robin Singh Pune City
Match 15 Sunil Chhetri BengaluruMatch 47 Paulo Machado Mumbai CityMatch 79 Daniel Lalhlimpuia Delhi Dynamos
Match 16 Francisco Dorronsoro Delhi DynamosMatch 48 Seiminlen Doungel Kerala BlastersMatch 80 Ahmed Jahouh Goa
Match 17 Edu Bedia GoaMatch 49 Chencho Gyeltshen BengaluruMatch 81 Rowllin Borges NorthEast United
Match 18 Farukh Choudhary JamshedpurMatch 50 Modou Sougou Mumbai CityMatch 82 Miku Bengaluru
Match 19 Manuel Lanzarote ATKMatch 51 Jonathan Vila Pune CityMatch 83 Modou Sougou Mumbai City
Match 20 Arnold Issoko Mumbai CityMatch 52 José David Leudo NorthEast UnitedMatch 84 Anirudh Thapa Chennaiyin
Match 21 Ahmed Jahouh GoaMatch 53 Arnold Issoko Mumbai CityMatch 85 Vinit Rai Delhi Dynamos
Match 22 Seiminlen Doungel Kerala BlastersMatch 54 Marcelinho Pune CityMatch 86 Michael Soosairaj Jamshedpur
Match 23 Federico Gallego NorthEast UnitedMatch 55 Tiri JamshedpurMatch 87 Coro Goa
Match 24 Erik Paartalu BengaluruMatch 56 Erik Paartalu BengaluruMatch 88 Lalthathanga Khawlhring NorthEast United
Match 25 Michael Soosairaj JamshedpurMatch 57 Coro GoaMatch 89 Iain Hume Pune City
Match 26 Adil Khan Pune CityMatch 58 Nanda Kumar Delhi DynamosMatch 90 Edu Garcia ATK
Match 27 Paulo Machado Mumbai CityMatch 59 Modou Sougou Mumbai CityMatch 91 (SF) José David Leudo NorthEast United
Match 28 Tiri JamshedpurMatch 60 Edu Garcia ATKMatch 92 (SF) Mourtada Fall Goa
Match 29 Dimas BengaluruMatch 61 Bartholomew Ogbeche NorthEast UnitedMatch 93 (SF) Miku Bengaluru
Match 30 Maílson Alves ChennaiyinMatch 62 Paulo Machado Mumbai CityMatch 94 (SF) Mourtada Fall Goa
Match 31 Ahmed Jahouh GoaMatch 63 Subrata Paul JamshedpurMatch 95 (F) Rahul Bheke Bengaluru
Match 32 Arnold Issoko Mumbai CityMatch 64 Gurpreet Singh Sandhu Bengaluru

ISL Emerging Player of the Match

MatchEmerging Player of the MatchMatchEmerging Player of the MatchMatchEmerging Player of the Match
PlayerClubPlayerClubPlayerClub
Match 1 Dheeraj Singh Moirangthem Kerala BlastersMatch 33 Komal Thatal ATKMatch 65 Nanda Kumar Delhi Dynamos
Match 2 Jerry Lalrinzuala ChennaiyinMatch 34 Mohammed Nawaz GoaMatch 66 Mohammed Nawaz Goa
Match 3 Nikhil Kadam NorthEast UnitedMatch 35 Jerry Mawihmingthanga JamshedpurMatch 67 Sarthak Golui Pune City
Match 4 Jerry Mawihmingthanga JamshedpurMatch 36 Brandon Fernandes GoaMatch 68 Hitesh Sharma ATK
Match 5 Ashique Kuruniyan Pune CityMatch 37 Dheeraj Singh Kerala BlastersMatch 69 Lallianzuala Chhangte Delhi Dynamos
Match 6 Rehenesh TP NorthEast UnitedMatch 38 Komal Thatal ATKMatch 70 Dheeraj Singh Kerala Blasters
Match 7 Dheeraj Singh Moirangthem Kerala BlastersMatch 39 Michael Soosairaj JamshedpurMatch 71 Nanda Kumar Delhi Dynamos
Match 8 Mohammad Nawaz GoaMatch 40 Lallianzuala Chhangte Delhi DynamosMatch 72 Farukh Choudhary Jamshedpur
Match 9 Gourav Mukhi JamshedpurMatch 41 Ashique Kuruniyan Pune CityMatch 73 Laldinliana Renthlei Chennaiyin
Match 10 Komal Thatal ATKMatch 42 Mohammad Nawaz GoaMatch 74 Sahil Panwar Pune City
Match 11 Jerry Lalrinzuala ChennaiyinMatch 43 Isaac Vanmalsawma ChennaiyinMatch 75 Raynier Fernandes Mumbai City
Match 12 Nikhil Poojari Pune CityMatch 44 Ashique Kuruniyan Pune CityMatch 76 Brandon Fernandes Goa
Match 13 Lallianzuala Chhangte Delhi DynamosMatch 45 Redeem Tlang NorthEast UnitedMatch 77 Sahal Abdul Samad Kerala Blasters
Match 14 Michael Soosairaj JamshedpurMatch 46 Hitesh Sharma ATKMatch 78 Sahil Panwar Pune City
Match 15 Sahil Panwar Pune CityMatch 47 Lallianzuala Chhangte Delhi DynamosMatch 79 Nanda Kumar Delhi Dynamos
Match 16 Isaac Vanmalsawma ChennaiyinMatch 48 Jerry Mawihmingthanga JamshedpurMatch 80 Mohammad Rakip Kerala Blasters
Match 17 Chinglensana Singh GoaMatch 49 Lalthathanga Khawlhring NorthEast UnitedMatch 81 Ashique Kuruniyan Pune City
Match 18 Michael Soosairaj JamshedpurMatch 50 Raynier Fernandes Mumbai CityMatch 82 Brandon Fernandes Goa
Match 19 Jerry Lalrinzuala ChennaiyinMatch 51 Sarthak Golui Pune CityMatch 83 Pranjal Bhumij Mumbai City
Match 20 Ravi Kumar Mumbai CityMatch 52 Redeem Tlang NorthEast UnitedMatch 84 Isaac Vanmalsawma Chennaiyin
Match 21 Mohammad Nawaz GoaMatch 53 Subhasish Bose Mumbai CityMatch 85 Rohit Kumar Pune City
Match 22 Michael Soosairaj JamshedpurMatch 54 Kamaljit Singh Pune CityMatch 86 Jerry Mawihmingthanga Jamshedpur
Match 23 Redeem Tlang NorthEast UnitedMatch 55 Farukh Choudhary JamshedpurMatch 87 Saviour Gama Goa
Match 24 Komal Thatal ATKMatch 56 Ankit Mukherjee ATKMatch 88 Sahal Abdul Samad Kerala Blasters
Match 25 Sumeet Passi JamshedpurMatch 57 Seriton Fernandes GoaMatch 89 Mohammad Yasir Pune City
Match 26 Kamaljit Singh Pune CityMatch 58 Isaac Vanmalsawma ChennaiyinMatch 90 Ankit Mukherjee ATK
Match 27 Anirudh Thapa ChennaiyinMatch 59 Raynier Fernandes Mumbai CityMatch 91 (SF) Redeem Tlang NorthEast United
Match 28 Mohammad Sajid Dhot Delhi DynamosMatch 60 Sahal Abdul Samad Kerala BlastersMatch 92 (SF) Brandon Fernandes Goa
Match 29 Lalruatthara Kerala BlastersMatch 61 Lalthathanga Khawlhring NorthEast UnitedMatch 93 (SF) Nishu Kumar Bengaluru
Match 30 Ashique Kuruniyan Pune CityMatch 62 Raynier Fernandes Mumbai CityMatch 94 (SF) Brandon Fernandes Goa
Match 31 Lallianzuala Chhangte Delhi DynamosMatch 63 Michael Soosairaj JamshedpurMatch 95 (F) Nishu Kumar Bengaluru
Match 32 Redeem Tlang NorthEast UnitedMatch 64 Lalthathanga Khawlhring NorthEast United

End-of-season awards

AwardPlayerClub
Golden Ball For The Hero of the League Flag of Spain.svg Coro Goa
ISL Emerging Player of the Season Flag of India.svg Sahal Abdul Samad Kerala Blasters
Golden Glove Flag of India.svg Gurpreet Singh Sandhu Bengaluru
Winning Pass Season Award For Most Assists Flag of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.svg Arnold Issoko Mumbai City
Golden Boot Flag of Spain.svg Coro Goa
Best Pitch of the Season Kerala Blasters for Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium (Kochi)

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