2019–20 Indian Super League season

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Indian Super League
Season 2019–20
Dates20 October 2019 – 14 March 2020
Champions ATK
3rd title
Premiers Goa
1st title
AFC Champions League Goa
AFC Cup ATK
Bengaluru
Matches played95
Goals scored294 (3.09 per match)
Top goalscorer Bartholomew Ogbeche
Nerijus Valskis
Roy Krishna
(15 goals each)
Best goalkeeper Gurpreet Singh Sandhu
(122.14 mins per goal)
Biggest home win ATK 5–0 Hyderabad
(25 October 2019)
Biggest away win Jamshedpur 0–5 Goa
(19 February 2020)
Highest scoring Kerala Blasters 3–6 Chennaiyin
(1 February 2020)
Longest winning run Goa
(5 games)
Longest unbeaten run Chennnaiyin
(9 games)
Longest winless run Hyderabad
NorthEast United
(14 games)
Longest losing run Hyderabad
(4 games)
Highest attendance50,102
ATK 3–1 Bengaluru
(8 March 2020)
Lowest attendance1,000
NorthEast United 0–0 Kerala Blasters
(7 February 2020)
Total attendance1,226,912
Average attendance13,052
2020–21
All statistics correct as of 14 March 2020.

The 2019–20 Indian Super League season was the sixth season of the Indian Super League, one of the top Indian professional football leagues. The regular season began on 20 October 2019 and concluded on 14 March 2020.

Contents

Hyderabad replaced the disbanded Pune City, [1] whereas Delhi Dynamos moved to Bhubaneswar and rebranded as Odisha. [2]

Bengaluru were the defending champions, having won their maiden Indian Super League title by defeating Goa 1–0 in the 2018-19 final. [3] However, both teams were knocked out in the semi-finals, with Bengaluru losing 3-2 on aggregate to ATK [4] and Goa losing 6-5 on aggregate to Chennaiyin. [5] On 14 March 2020, ATK beat Chennaiyin 3-1 in the final, becoming the first club to win three ISL titles. [6]

On 29 November 2019, the AFC association ranking confirmed India's group stage spot in the 2021 AFC Champions League. As winners of the regular season, FC Goa took that spot along with the inaugural League Winners Shield trophy.

Teams

Stadiums and locations

ClubState/RegionCityHome StadiumCapacity
ATK West Bengal Kolkata Salt Lake Stadium 85,000 [7]
Bengaluru Karnataka Bengaluru Sree Kanteerava Stadium 25,810 [8]
Chennaiyin Tamil Nadu Chennai Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium 20,075 [9]
Goa Goa Margao Fatorda Stadium 18,600 [10]
Hyderabad Telangana Hyderabad G. M. C. Balayogi Athletic Stadium 30,000 [11]
Jamshedpur Jharkhand Jamshedpur JRD Tata Sports Complex 24,424 [12]
Kerala Blasters Kerala Kochi Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium 40,000 [13]
Mumbai City Maharashtra Mumbai Mumbai Football Arena 7,790 [14]
NorthEast United Northeast India Guwahati Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium 23,627 [15]
Odisha Odisha Bhubaneswar Kalinga Stadium 15,000 [16]

Personnel and sponsorship

TeamHead coachCaptainKit manufacturerShirt sponsor
ATK Flag of Spain.svg Antonio Lopez Habas [17] Flag of Fiji.svg Roy Krishna Nivia Sports
Bengaluru Flag of Spain.svg Carles Cuadrat [18] Flag of India.svg Sunil Chettri Puma Kia Motors [19]
Chennaiyin Flag of Scotland.svg Owen Coyle [20] Flag of Romania.svg Lucian Goian Performax Apollo Tyres
Goa Flag of India.svg Clifford Miranda [21] Flag of India.svg Mandar Rao Desai T10 SportsAdda52.com
Hyderabad Flag of Spain.svg Albert Roca Flag of Brazil.svg Marcelinho Reyaur Sports [22] Jai Raj Steel [23]
Jamshedpur Flag of Spain.svg Antonio Iriondo [24] Flag of Spain.svg Tiri Nivia Sports Tata Steel
Kerala Blasters Flag of the Netherlands.svg Eelco Schattorie Flag of Nigeria.svg Bartholomew Ogbeche Reyaur Sports Muthoot Group
Mumbai City Flag of Portugal.svg Jorge Costa Flag of India.svg Amrinder Singh Sqad GearSportsAdda
NorthEast United Flag of Croatia.svg Robert Jarni Flag of Colombia.svg José David Leudo Performax Federal Bank
Odisha Flag of Spain.svg Josep Gombau Flag of Spain.svg Marcos Tébar TYKA Sports Odisha Sports

Head coaching changes

TeamOutgoing coachManner of departureDate of vacancyPosition in tableIncoming coachDate of appointment
ATK Flag of England.svg Steve Coppell End of contract30 April 2019Pre-season Flag of Spain.svg Antonio López Habas 3 May 2019 [17]
Kerala Blasters Flag of Portugal.svg Nelo Vingada 17 March 2019 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Eelco Schattorie 19 May 2019 [25]
Jamshedpur Flag of Spain.svg César Ferrando 5 April 2019 Flag of Spain.svg Antonio Iriondo 26 July 2019 [26]
NorthEast United Flag of the Netherlands.svg Eelco Schattorie 19 May 2019 Flag of Croatia.svg Robert Jarni 5 August 2019 [27]
Chennaiyin Flag of England.svg John Gregory [28] Sacked30 Nov 20198th Flag of Scotland.svg Owen Coyle 4 Dec 2019 [29]
Hyderabad Flag of England.svg Phil Brown [30] 11 January 202010th Flag of Spain.svg Xavier Gurri López 15 January 2020 [31]
Goa Flag of Spain.svg Sergio Lobera [32] Mutual Consent1 February 20201st Flag of India.svg Clifford Miranda 3 February 2020 [33]
NorthEast United Flag of Croatia.svg Robert Jarni [34] Sacked11 February 20209th Flag of India.svg Khalid Jamil 11 February 2020 [34]

Roster changes

Foreign players

The number of foreign players allowed in the squad is maximum seven and a minimum of six. However, the maximum number of foreign players allowed on the pitch is five.

TeamPlayer 1Player 2Player 3Player 4Player 5Player 6Player 7
ATK Flag of Australia (converted).svg David Williams Flag of Fiji.svg Roy Krishna Flag of Spain.svg Edu García Flag of Spain.svg Javi Hernández Flag of Spain.svg Mandi Flag of Spain.svg Víctor Mongil Flag of England.svg John Johnson
Bengaluru Flag of Australia (converted).svg Erik Paartalu Flag of Jamaica.svg Kevaughn Frater Flag of Jamaica.svg Deshorn Brown Flag of Spain.svg Dimas Delgado Flag of Spain.svg Juanan Flag of Spain.svg Nili Perdomo Flag of Spain.svg Albert Serrán
Chennaiyin Flag of Afghanistan.svg Masih Saighani Flag of Brazil.svg Rafael Crivellaro Flag of Brazil.svg Eli Sabiá Flag of Lithuania.svg Nerijus Valskis Flag of Malta.svg André Schembri Flag of Romania.svg Dragoș Firțulescu Flag of Romania.svg Lucian Goian
Goa Flag of Morocco.svg Hugo Boumous Flag of Morocco.svg Ahmed Jahouh Flag of Senegal.svg Mourtada Fall Flag of Spain.svg Edu Bedia Flag of Spain.svg Ferrán Corominas Flag of Spain.svg Carlos Peña
Hyderabad Flag of Austria.svg Marko Stanković Flag of Brazil.svg Bobô Flag of Brazil.svg Marcelinho Pereira Flag of England.svg Matthew Kilgallon Flag of Jamaica.svg Giles Barnes Flag of Spain.svg Rafael Gómez Flag of Spain.svg Néstor Gordillo
Jamshedpur Flag of Brazil.svg Memo Flag of Spain.svg Noé Acosta Flag of Spain.svg Sergio Castel Flag of Spain.svg David Grande Flag of Spain.svg Aitor Monroy Flag of Spain.svg Piti Flag of Spain.svg Tiri
Kerala Blasters Flag of Cameroon.svg Raphaël Messi Bouli Flag of North Macedonia.svg Vlatko Drobarov Flag of the Netherlands.svg Gianni Zuiverloon Flag of Nigeria.svg Bartholomew Ogbeche Flag of Senegal.svg Moustapha Gning Flag of Spain.svg Mario Arqués Flag of Spain.svg Sergio Cidoncha
Mumbai City Flag of Brazil.svg Diego Carlos Flag of Croatia.svg Mato Grgić Flag of Gabon.svg Sèrge Kevyn Flag of Portugal.svg Paulo Machado Flag of Senegal.svg Modou Sougou Flag of Tunisia.svg Amine Chermiti Flag of Tunisia.svg Mohamed Larbi
NorthEast United Flag of Colombia.svg José David Leudo Flag of Croatia.svg Mislav Komorski Flag of Ireland.svg Andy Keogh Flag of the Netherlands.svg Kai Heerings Flag of Sweden.svg Simon Lundevall Flag of Uruguay.svg Martín Cháves Flag of Uruguay.svg Federico Gallego
Odisha Flag of Argentina.svg Martín Pérez Guedes Flag of Senegal.svg Diawandou Diagne Flag of Spain.svg Carlos Delgado Flag of Spain.svg Francisco Dorronsoro Flag of Spain.svg Xisco Hernández Flag of Spain.svg Manuel Onwu Flag of Spain.svg Marcos Tébar

Regular season

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification
1 Goa 1812334623+2339Premiers and Qualification for 2021 AFC Champions League group stage and ISL playoffs
2 ATK (C)1810443316+1734Advance to ISL playoffs [Note 1]
3 Bengaluru 188642213+930Qualification for 2021 AFC Cup play-off round and ISL playoffs [Note 1]
4 Chennaiyin 188553224+829Advance to ISL playoffs
5 Mumbai City 187562529426
6 Odisha 187472831325
7 Kerala Blasters 184772932319
8 Jamshedpur 1846822351318
9 NorthEast United 1828814281414
10 Hyderabad 18241221391810
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.
  1. ^
    Note 1: Originally, Mohun Bagan, the 2019–20 I-League champions (they were already assured of the title before the league was abandoned due to the COVID-19 pandemic in India), would qualify as India 2 (AFC Cup group stage), and ATK, the 2019–20 Indian Super League playoffs winners, would qualify as India 3 (AFC Cup qualifying play-offs). [35] However, ATK merged with Mohun Bagan for the 2020–21 Indian Super League season, and the new team will qualify as India 2. The All India Football Federation decided that Bengaluru FC, the 2019–20 Indian Super League regular season 3rd place (behind FC Goa, which qualified for the 2021 AFC Champions League, and ATK), will qualify as India 3. [36]

Results

Home \ Away ATK BEN CHE GOA HFC JAM KER MUM NEU OFC
ATK 1–01–32–05–03–10–12–21–03–1
Bengaluru 2–23–02–11–02–01–02–30–03–0
Chennaiyin 0–10–03–42–14–13–10–02–02–2
Goa 2–11–13–04–10–13–25–22–03–0
Hyderabad 2–21–11–30–11–12–11–10–11–2
Jamshedpur 0–30–01–10–53–13–21–21–12–1
Kerala Blasters 2–12–13–62–25–12–20–11–10–0
Mumbai City 0–22–00–12–42–12–11–11–02–4
NorthEast United 0–30–22–22–21–53–30–02–22–1
Odisha 0–00–12–02–43–22–14–42–02–1
Source: Indian Super League
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Playoffs

Bracket

  Semi-finals Final
             
1 Goa 145 
4 Chennaiyin 426 
   4 Chennaiyin 1
  2 ATK 3
2 ATK 033
3 Bengaluru 112 

Semi-finals

Team 1 Agg. Team 21st leg2nd leg
Chennaiyin 6–5 Goa 4–1 2–4
Bengaluru 2–3 ATK 1–0 1–3

Final

ATK 3–1 Chennaiyin
Report
Fatorda Stadium, Margao
Attendance: 0
Referee: Kasimov Sherzod (Uzbekistan)

Season statistics

Scoring

Hat-tricks

Result column shows goal tally of player's team first.
No.PlayerForAgainstResultDateRef
1 Flag of Nigeria.svg Bartholomew Ogbeche Kerala BlastersChennaiyin3–6 (A)1 February 2020 [38]
2 Flag of Fiji.svg Roy Krishna ATKOdisha3–1 (H)8 February 2020 [39]
3 Flag of Spain.svg Manuel Onwu OdishaKerala Blasters4–4 (H)23 February 2020 [40]
Notes

(H) – Home team
(A) – Away team

Top assists

RankPlayerClubAssists
1 Flag of France.svg Hugo Boumous Goa10
2 Flag of Brazil.svg Rafael Crivellaro Chennaiyin8
3 Flag of India.svg Brandon Fernandes Goa7
4 Flag of Lithuania.svg Nerijus Valskis Chennayin6
Flag of India.svg Anirudh Thapa Chennaiyin
Flag of Fiji.svg Roy Krishna ATK
7 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Erik Paartalu Bengaluru5
Flag of India.svg Jerry Mawihmingthanga Odisha
Flag of Australia (converted).svg David Williams ATK
Flag of India.svg Jessel Carneiro Kerala Blasters
Flag of Spain.svg Javi Hernández ATK
Flag of Spain.svg Dimas Delgado Bengaluru
Flag of India.svg Prabir Das ATK
Source: [41]

Cleansheets

RankPlayerClubClean
sheets
1 Flag of India.svg Gurpreet Singh Bengaluru11
2 Flag of India.svg Arindam Bhattacharya ATK9
3 Flag of India.svg Mohammad Nawaz Goa5
4 Flag of India.svg Amrinder Singh Mumbai City4
Flag of India.svg Vishal Kaith Chennaiyin
6 Flag of Spain.svg Francisco Dorronsoro Odisha3
Flag of India.svg Subhasish Roy NorthEast United
8 Flag of India.svg Rehenesh TP Kerala Blasters2
Flag of India.svg Subrata Pal Jamshedpur
10 Flag of India.svg Bilal Khan Kerala Blasters1
Flag of India.svg Arshdeep Singh Odisha
Source: [42]

Discipline

Player

Club

  • Most yellow cards: 57 [45]
    • Mumbai City
  • Most red cards: 4 [46]
    • Chennaiyin

Average home attendances

As of 8 March 2020
TeamGPCumulativeHighLowMean
ATK 10258,46950,1028,69025,847
Jamshedpur 9181,21823,15717,26320,135
Kerala Blasters 9157,64136,2987,75417,515
Bengaluru 10152,34627,0839,74615,234
Goa 10135,32018,26310,21213,532
Chennaiyin 1098,69217,9157,5009,869
NorthEast United 9 [lower-alpha 1] 74,28017,9421,0008,253
Hyderabad 965,69912,1143,0007,299
Odisha 9 [lower-alpha 2] 56,0819,4523,500
(3,816 [lower-alpha 3] )
6,231
Mumbai City 947,1667,0213,2005,240
Total941,226,91250,1021,00013,052
Legend Lowest 

 Highest 

Source: [47] [48] [49]

Notes

  1. NorthEast United Last home matches attendance Data not Published.
  2. Odisha's first three home matches were not held at Kalinga Stadium.
  3. Attendance of the second home match for Odisha which was not played at the Kalinga Stadium.

Awards

Hero of the Match

MatchHero of the MatchMatchHero of the MatchMatchHero of the Match
PlayerClubPlayerClubPlayerClub
Match 1 Flag of Nigeria.svg Bartholomew Ogbeche Kerala BlastersMatch 33 Flag of Australia (converted).svg David Williams ATKMatch 65 Flag of Lithuania.svg Nerijus Valskis Chennaiyin
Match 2 Flag of Brazil.svg Raphael Augusto BengaluruMatch 34 Flag of India.svg Chinglensana Singh GoaMatch 66 Flag of India.svg Adil Khan Hyderabad
Match 3 Flag of India.svg Farukh Choudhary JamshedpurMatch 35 Flag of India.svg Farukh Choudhary JamshedpurMatch 67 Flag of Morocco.svg Hugo Boumous Goa
Match 4 Flag of India.svg Seriton Fernandes GoaMatch 36 Flag of India.svg Jerry Mawihmingthanga OdishaMatch 68 Flag of India.svg Balwant Singh ATK
Match 5 Flag of Tunisia.svg Amine Chermiti Mumbai CityMatch 37 Flag of Cameroon.svg Raphaël Messi Bouli Kerala BlastersMatch 69 Flag of India.svg Jackichand Singh Goa
Match 6 Flag of Australia (converted).svg David Williams ATKMatch 38 Flag of Senegal.svg Mourtada Fall GoaMatch 70 Flag of India.svg Nishu Kumar Bengaluru
Match 7 Flag of Ghana.svg Asamoah Gyan NorthEast UnitedMatch 39 Flag of India.svg Rowllin Borges Mumbai CityMatch 71 Flag of Brazil.svg Diego Carlos Mumbai City
Match 8 Flag of India.svg Sarthak Golui Mumbai CityMatch 40 Flag of Spain.svg Juanan BengaluruMatch 72 Flag of India.svg Lallianzuala Chhangte Chennaiyin
Match 9 Flag of India.svg Udanta Singh BengaluruMatch 41 Flag of Portugal.svg Paulo Machado Mumbai CityMatch 73 Flag of Fiji.svg Roy Krishna ATK
Match 10 Flag of India.svg Farukh Choudhary JamshedpurMatch 42 Flag of India.svg Lallianzuala Chhangte ChennaiyinMatch 74 Flag of Morocco.svg Hugo Boumous Goa
Match 11 Flag of Australia (converted).svg David Williams ATKMatch 43 Flag of Brazil.svg Bobô HyderabadMatch 75 Flag of Brazil.svg Diego Carlos Mumbai City
Match 12 Flag of India.svg Jerry Mawihmingthanga OdishaMatch 44 Flag of Spain.svg Ferrán Corominas GoaMatch 76 Flag of India.svg Lalengmawia NorthEast
Match 13 Flag of India.svg Redeem Tlang NorthEast UnitedMatch 45 Flag of Australia (converted).svg David Williams ATKMatch 77 Flag of Fiji.svg Roy Krishna ATK
Match 14 Flag of Brazil.svg Marcelinho HyderabadMatch 46 Flag of Morocco.svg Ahmed Jahouh GoaMatch 78 Flag of Brazil.svg Rafael Crivellaro Chennaiyin
Match 15 Flag of India.svg Subrata Pal JamshedpurMatch 47 Flag of Spain.svg Aridane Santana OdishaMatch 79 Flag of Colombia.svg José David Leudo NorthEast
Match 16 Flag of Argentina.svg Maximiliano Barreiro NorthEast UnitedMatch 48 Flag of Spain.svg Mario Arqués Kerala BlastersMatch 80 Flag of Spain.svg Ferrán Corominas Goa
Match 17 Flag of India.svg Lenny Rodrigues GoaMatch 49 Flag of Senegal.svg Modou Sougou Mumbai CityMatch 81 Flag of India.svg Liston Colaco Hyderabad
Match 18 Flag of Spain.svg Sergio Cidoncha Kerala BlastersMatch 50 Flag of India.svg Sunil Chhetri BengaluruMatch 82 Flag of Spain.svg Xisco Hernández Odisha
Match 19 Flag of Fiji.svg Roy Krishna ATKMatch 51 Flag of India.svg Sumit Rathi ATKMatch 83 Flag of Nigeria.svg Bartholomew Ogbeche Kerala
Match 20 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Erik Paartalu BengaluruMatch 52 Flag of Nigeria.svg Bartholomew Ogbeche Kerala BlastersMatch 84 Flag of India.svg Edwin Vanspaul Chennaiyin
Match 21 Flag of India.svg Sunil Chhetri BengaluruMatch 53 Flag of India.svg Vinit Rai OdishaMatch 85 Flag of Morocco.svg Hugo Boumous Goa
Match 22 Flag of Spain.svg Aridane Santana OdishaMatch 54 Flag of India.svg Lenny Rodrigues GoaMatch 86 Flag of India.svg Liston Colaco Hyderabad
Match 23 Flag of India.svg Anirudh Thapa ChennaiyinMatch 55 Flag of India.svg Ashique Kuruniyan BengaluruMatch 87 Flag of Romania.svg Lucian Goian Chennaiyin
Match 24 Flag of Spain.svg Sergio Castel JamshedpurMatch 56 Flag of Lithuania.svg Nerijus Valskis ChennaiyinMatch 88 Flag of Spain.svg Edu García ATK
Match 25 Flag of Ghana.svg Asamoah Gyan NorthEast UnitedMatch 57 Flag of Spain.svg Aridane Santana OdishaMatch 89 Flag of Spain.svg Manuel Onwu Odisha
Match 26 Flag of Lithuania.svg Nerijus Valskis ChennaiyinMatch 58 Flag of India.svg Halicharan Narzary Kerala BlastersMatch 90 Flag of Uruguay.svg Martín Cháves NorthEast
Match 27 Flag of India.svg Robin Singh HyderabadMatch 59 Flag of Spain.svg Aridane Santana OdishaMatch 91 (SF) Flag of India.svg Anirudh Thapa Chennaiyin
Match 28 Flag of Gabon.svg Sèrge Kevyn Mumbai CityMatch 60 Flag of Brazil.svg Rafael Crivellaro ChennaiyinMatch 92 (SF) Flag of Australia (converted).svg Erik Paartalu Bengaluru
Match 29 Flag of India.svg Lenny Rodrigues GoaMatch 61 Flag of India.svg Rowllin Borges Mumbai CityMatch 93 (SF) Flag of Senegal.svg Mourtada Fall Goa
Match 30 Flag of India.svg Farukh Choudhary JamshedpurMatch 62 Flag of India.svg Pritam Kotal ATKMatch 94 (SF) Flag of India.svg Prabir Das ATK
Match 31 Flag of India.svg Gurpreet Singh Sandhu BengaluruMatch 63 Flag of Spain.svg Sergio Castel JamshedpurMatch 95 (F) Flag of India.svg Arindam Bhattacharya ATK
Match 32 Flag of India.svg Jeakson Singh KeralaMatch 64 Flag of Australia (converted).svg Erik Paartalu BengaluruSource: [50]

ISL Emerging Player of the Match

MatchEmerging Player of the MatchMatchEmerging Player of the MatchMatchEmerging Player of the Match
Flag of India.svg PlayerClub Flag of India.svg PlayerClub Flag of India.svg PlayerClub
Match 1 Jeakson Singh Kerala BlastersMatch 33 Lalthathanga Khawlhring NorthEast UnitedMatch 65 Laldinliana Renthlei Chennaiyin
Match 2 Nishu Kumar BengaluruMatch 34 Ashish Rai HyderabadMatch 66 Sourav Das Mumbai City
Match 3 Jerry Mawihmingthanga OdishaMatch 35 Lallianzuala Chhangte ChennaiyinMatch 67 Mohammad Rakip Kerala Blasters
Match 4 Mohammad Nawaz GoaMatch 36 Rohit Kumar HyderabadMatch 68 Lalengmawia NorthEast United
Match 5 Prasanth Karuthadathkuni Kerala BlastersMatch 37 Sahal Abdul Samad Kerala BlastersMatch 69 Gaurav Bora Odisha
Match 6 Michael Soosairaj ATKMatch 38 Salam Ranjan Singh ATKMatch 70 Mohammad Yasir Hyderabad
Match 7 Redeem Tlang NorthEast UnitedMatch 39 Bipin Singh Mumbai CityMatch 71 Lalengmawia NorthEast United
Match 8 Lallianzuala Chhangte ChennaiyinMatch 40 Lalengmawia NorthEast UnitedMatch 72 Jerry Lalrinzuala Chennaiyin
Match 9 Ashique Kuruniyan BengaluruMatch 41 Farukh Choudhary JamshedpurMatch 73 Aniket Jadhav Jamshedpur
Match 10 Aniket Jadhav JamshedpurMatch 42 Lallianzuala Chhangte ChennaiyinMatch 74 Sahil Panwar Hyderabad
Match 11 Lallianzuala Chhangte ChennaiyinMatch 43 Rohit Kumar HyderabadMatch 75 Bidyananda Singh Mumbai City
Match 12 Nanda Kumar Sekar OdishaMatch 44 Shubham Sarangi OdishaMatch 76 Lalruatthara Kerala Blasters
Match 13 Redeem Tlang NorthEast UnitedMatch 45 Sumit Rathi ATKMatch 77 Sumit Rathi ATK
Match 14 Rahul K. P. Kerala BlastersMatch 46 Seriton Fernandes GoaMatch 78 Ashique Kuruniyan Bengaluru
Match 15 Mobashir Rahman JamshedpurMatch 47 Shubham Sarangi OdishaMatch 79 Redeem Tlang NorthEast United
Match 16 Mohammad Yasir HyderabadMatch 48 Rakesh Pradhan NorthEast UnitedMatch 80 Bipin Singh Mumbai City
Match 17 Sarthak Golui Mumbai CityMatch 49 Ashish Rai HyderabadMatch 81 Liston Colaco Hyderabad
Match 18 Rahul K. P. Kerala BlastersMatch 50 Nishu Kumar BengaluruMatch 82 Nim Dorjee NorthEast United
Match 19 Isaac Vanmalsawma JamshedpurMatch 51 Michael Soosairaj ATKMatch 83 Suresh Wangjam Bengaluru
Match 20 Ashique Kuruniyan BengaluruMatch 52 Mohammad Rakip Kerala BlastersMatch 84 Jerry Lalrinzuala Chennaiyin
Match 21 Mohammad Rakip Kerala BlastersMatch 53 Jerry Mawihmingthanga OdishaMatch 85 Amarjit Kiyam Jamshedpur
Match 22 Shubham Sarangi OdishaMatch 54 Mohammad Nawaz GoaMatch 86 Mohammad Yasir Hyderabad
Match 23 Vishal Kaith ChennaiyinMatch 55 Ashique Kuruniyan BengaluruMatch 87 Laldinliana Renthlei Chennaiyin
Match 24 Jitendra Singh JamshedpurMatch 56 Lallianzuala Chhangte ChennaiyinMatch 88 Leon Augustine Bengaluru
Match 25 Rakesh Pradhan NorthEast UnitedMatch 57 Jerry Mawihmingthanga OdishaMatch 89 Jerry Mawihmingthanga Odisha
Match 26 Shubham Sarangi OdishaMatch 58 Abdul Hakku Kerala BlastersMatch 90 Redeem Tlang NorthEast
Match 27 Ashique Kuruniyan BengaluruMatch 59 Jerry Mawihmingthanga OdishaMatch 91 (SF) Jerry Lalrinzuala Chennaiyin
Match 28 Pratik Chaudhari Mumbai CityMatch 60 Vishal Kaith ChennaiyinMatch 92 (SF) Suresh Singh Wangjam Bengaluru
Match 29 Mohammad Rakip Kerala BlastersMatch 61 Sourav Das Mumbai CityMatch 93 (SF) Jerry Lalrinzuala Chennaiyin
Match 30 Narender Gahlot JamshedpurMatch 62 Sumit Rathi ATKMatch 94 (SF) Ashique Kuruniyan Bengaluru
Match 31 Vinit Rai OdishaMatch 63 Amarjit Singh Kiyam JamshedpurMatch 95 (F) Sumit Rathi ATK
Match 32 Jeakson Singh KeralaMatch 64 Ashique Kuruniyan BengaluruSource: [50]

Season awards

AwardPlayerClub
Hero of the League Flag of France.svg Hugo Boumous Goa
Golden Boot Flag of Lithuania.svg Nerijus Valskis Chennaiyin
Golden Glove Flag of India.svg Gurpreet Singh Sandhu Bengaluru
Winning Pass of the League Flag of France.svg Hugo Boumous Goa
ISL Emerging Player of the League Flag of India.svg Sumit Rathi ATK

See also

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