ISL 2019-20 is moving towards its fifth week and the season cannot get any better. There is only a difference of one point which is separating the table-toppers ATK (9) from FC Goa (8) and NorthEast United (8). Matchday 4 of the Indian Super League was full of entertaining clashes, as some teams delivered to their standards while some struggled to find their form. Let's have a look at the events, which occurred in Gameweek 4 of the ISL 2019-20.
Here's how teams stand at the end of Gameweek 4 in the #HeroISL.@ATKFC head into the break at the 🔝 of the standings while @bengalurufc climb up to fifth!#LetsFootball #TrueLove pic.twitter.com/zxd1lxaUkI— Indian Super League (@IndSuperLeague) November 10, 2019
1. Hyderabad 0-1 NorthEast United
Date- November 6, 2019
Maximiliano Barreiro's 86th-minute spot-kick helped NorthEast United maintain their unbeaten run in the league. There was not much to separate the two side in terms of possession (Hyderabad FC 49% and NorthEast United 51%). Both the sides had three shots on target each.
2. Mumbai City 2-4 FC Goa
Date- November 7, 2019
FC Goa scored the first two goals but Mumbai City FC made an impressive come back in the first ten minutes of the second half. But Goa's Hugo Boumous took no time to pull the lead back on his side and Carlos Pena hammered the final nail in the 89th-minute to seal the deal for the visitors.
3. Kerala Blasters 0-0 Odisha
Date- November 8, 2019
Kerala Blasters and Odisha FC shared the spoils in their Matchday 4 clash of ISL 2019-20. The match was more of a quiet affair as both the side failed to deliver. Kerala Blasters and Odisha FC only managed to get one shot on target each.
4. ATK 3-1 Jamshedpur
Date- November 9, 2019
There was a total of four goals in the clash held at the Yuba Bharati Krirangan Stadium, three of which came from penalties. ATK's Roy Krishna converted from the spot-kick twice at the 57th and 71st minute while Sergio Castel pulled one back for the visitors at the 85th minute. Edu Garcia found the net for the hosts in the fourth minute of the additional time.
5. Bengaluru FC 3-0 Chennaiyin FC
Date- November 10, 2019
Former ISL champions Bengaluru FC grabbed their first win of the season, dominating Chennaiyin FC at home with a 3-0 result. India's skipper Sunil Chhetri-led the side and also found the net in the 25th minute. Erik Paartalu (14') and Thongkhosiem Haokip (84') also made it to the scoresheet in their quest to down Chennaiyin FC in Matchday 4 of ISL 2019-20.