Last season's semi-finalists Mumbai City FC out to spoil Bengaluru FC's debut
Last season's semi-finalists Mumbai City FC will look to spoil Bengaluru FC much-awaited debut when two teams cross swords in their Indian Super League (ISL) opener here on Sunday
Last season's semi-finalists Mumbai City FC will look to spoil Bengaluru FC much-awaited debut when two teams cross swords in their Indian Super League (ISL) opener here on Sunday. The Sree Kanteerava Stadium will witness a first when the home team, a two-time I-League champions, takes to the field in the country's new top-tier league. Bengaluru FC and Jamshedpur FC are the two new teams in this edition.
Mumbai City FC won't have the services of star footballer Sunil Chhetri this season. Pic/AFP
Guided by Brazil-born Costa Rican gaffer Alexandre Guimaraes, Mumbai come into the game on the back of a pre-season in Spain, where they played seven friendly games. With former Blues custodians Amrinder Singh and Arindam Bhattacharja in their ranks, the Islanders have also brought in some flair with as many as five Brazilians headlining their overseas contingent, which will be led by Romanian defender Lucian Goian.
Guwahati: The goalless stalemate in the Indian Super League continued for a second successive day as debutant Jamshedpur FC held North East United FC to a 0-0 draw here on Saturday. On the opening day, defending champions ATK and last year’s runners-up Kerala Blasters FC were involved in a stalemate in Kochi.
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