2022–23 Indian Super League

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Indian Super League
Season2022–23
Dates7 October 2022 – 18 March 2023
ChampionsATK Mohun Bagan
1st ISL Cup title
PremiersMumbai City
2nd ISL Shield title
2nd Indian title
AFC Champions LeagueMumbai City
AFC CupOdisha
ATK Mohun Bagan
Matches played117
Goals scored345 (2.95 per match)
Top goalscorerDiego Mauricio
Cleiton Silva
Dimitri Petratos
(12 goals each)
Best goalkeeperVishal Kaith
(12 clean sheets)
Biggest home winHyderabad 6–1 NorthEast United
(29 December 2022)
Biggest away winChennaiyin 2–6 Mumbai City
(12 November 2022)
NorthEast United 3–7 Chennaiyin
(10 December 2022)
Highest scoringNorthEast United 3–7 Chennaiyin
(10 December 2022)
Longest winning run11 matches
Mumbai City
Longest unbeaten run18 matches
Mumbai City
Longest winless run10 matches
NorthEast United
Jamshedpur
Longest losing run10 matches
NorthEast United
Highest attendance62,542
ATK Mohun Bagan 2–0 East Bengal
(29 October 2022)
Lowest attendance361
NorthEast United 2–2 Goa
(15 January 2023)
Total attendance1,491,798
Average attendance12,750

The 2022–23 Indian Super League was the ninth season of the Indian Super League, the first season as the only top division,[1] and the 27th season of top-tier Indian football. It commenced on 7 October 2022 and concluded with the final on 18 March 2023.[2]

Jamshedpur were the defending premiers and Hyderabad were the defending champions.

Mumbai City won their second League Winners' Shield, and ATK Mohun Bagan won their first championship title, defeating Bengaluru in the final.

Changes from last season[edit]

  • Six instead of four clubs will compete for the playoffs. The top two clubs qualify directly for the playoffs, while the next four sides will play a single-legged match to decide the remaining two teams for the semifinals. The third-ranked team will play against the sixth-ranked team. Similarly, the fourth-ranked team will play against the fifth-ranked team, with the higher-ranked side hosting the match.[3]
  • The traditional home and away format has returned.
  • The league will be played over five months for the first time. However, there was no break during the 2022 FIFA World Cup.[4]

Teams[edit]

Eleven teams played in the 2022–23 season.

Stadiums and locations[edit]

Club State/Region City Stadium Capacity
ATK Mohun Bagan West Bengal Kolkata Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan 85,000
Bengaluru Karnataka Bengaluru Sree Kanteerava Stadium 25,810
Chennaiyin Tamil Nadu Chennai Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium 40,000
East Bengal West Bengal Kolkata Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan 85,000
Goa Goa Margao Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium 19,000
Hyderabad Telangana Hyderabad G.M.C. Balayogi Athletic Stadium 30,000
Jamshepur Jharkhand Jamshedpur JRD Tata Sports Complex 24,424
Kerala Blasters Kerala Kochi Jawaharlal Nehru International Stadium 39,000
Mumbai City Maharashtra Mumbai Mumbai Football Arena 6,600
NorthEast United Assam Guwahati Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium 24,627
Odisha Odisha Bhubaneswar Kalinga Stadium 15,000

Personnel and kits[edit]

Team Head coach Captain (s) Kit manufacturer Shirt main sponsor
ATK Mohun Bagan Spain Juan Ferrando India Pritam Kotal Nivia[5][6] Parimatch News[7]
Bengaluru England Simon Grayson India Gurpreet Singh Sandhu Puma[8] JSW[9]
Chennaiyin Germany Thomas Brdarić India Anirudh Thapa Nivia[10] Apollo Tyres[11]
East Bengal England Stephen Constantine Trak-Only 1xBat[12]
Goa Spain Carlos Peña India Brandon Fernandes T10 Sports[13] Parimatch News
Hyderabad Spain Manolo Márquez Brazil João Victor Hummel[14] Stake News[15]
Jamshedpur England Aidy Boothroyd Brazil Eli Sabiá Nivia[16] Tata Steel[17]
Kerala Blasters Serbia Ivan Vukomanović India Jessel Carneiro SIX5SIX[18] BYJU'S[19]
Mumbai City England Des Buckingham Senegal Mourtada Fall Puma[20] Stake News[21]
NorthEast United Italy Vincenzo Alberto Annese SIX5SIX[22] Meghalaya Tourism[23]
Odisha Spain Josep Gombau Spain Carlos Delgado Trak-Only Odisha Tourism[24]

Coaching changes[edit]

Team Outgoing head coach Manner of departure Date of vacancy Position in the table Incoming head coach Date of appointment
Chennaiyin India Syed Sabir Pasha End of interim period 20 March 2022 Pre-season Germany Thomas Brdarić[25] 14 June 2022
Goa India Derrick Pereira End of interim period 20 March 2022 Spain Carlos Peña[26] 16 April 2022
East Bengal Spain Mario Rivera Contract expired 20 March 2022 England Stephen Constantine[27] 23 July 2022
Jamshedpur Scotland Owen Coyle Mutual consent 22 March 2022 England Aidy Boothroyd[28] 10 July 2022
NorthEast United India Khalid Jamil Contract expired 28 May 2022 Israel Marco Balbul[29] 11 August 2022
Bengaluru Germany Marco Pezzaiuoli Contract expired 8 June 2022 England Simon Grayson[30] 8 June 2022
Odisha Spain Kino García End of interim period 8 June 2022 Spain Josep Gombau[31] 8 June 2022
NorthEast United Israel Marco Balbul[32] Sacked 8 December 2022 11th Italy Vincenzo Alberto Annese[33] 8 December 2022
NorthEast United Italy Vincenzo Alberto Annese Joined Nepal 28 February 2023[34] Post-season India Floyd Pinto 1 March 2023[35]
Odisha Spain Josep Gombau Mutual consent 18 March 2023[36] India Clifford Miranda 18 March 2023[37][38]

Foreign players[edit]

The AIFF allows clubs to register a maximum of six foreign players, including one AFC quota player while four can be fielded in a match at a time.[39]

Bold denotes that the player was either signed mid-season or during the winter transfer window.

Italics denotes that the player was injured but still part of the team.

Club Player 1 Player 2 Player 3 Player 4 Player 5 AFC player Former player(s)
ATK Mohun Bagan Australia Dimitri Petratos France Hugo Boumous Republic of Ireland Carl McHugh Montenegro Slavko Damjanović Uruguay Federico Gallego Australia Brendan Hamill Guinea Florentin Pogba
Finland Joni Kauko
Bengaluru Brazil Alan Costa Brazil Bruno Ramires Fiji Roy Krishna Spain Javi Hernández Spain Pablo Pérez Australia Aleksandar Jovanovic Republic of the Congo Prince Ibara
Chennaiyin Croatia Petar Slišković Germany Julius Düker Ghana Kwame Karikari Netherlands Abdenasser El Khayati Senegal Fallou Diagne Iran Vafa Hakhamaneshi
East Bengal Brazil Alex Lima Brazil Cleiton Silva Cyprus Charalambos Kyriakou England Jake Jervis Spain Iván González Australia Jordan O'Doherty Brazil Eliandro
Goa Morocco Noah Sadaoui Spain Álvaro Vázquez Spain Edu Bedia Spain Hernán Santana Spain Iker Guarrotxena Syria Fares Arnaout Spain Marc Valiente
Hyderabad Brazil João Victor Nigeria Bartholomew Ogbeche Spain Borja Herrera Spain Javier Siverio Spain Odei Onaindia Australia Joel Chianese
Jamshedpur Australia Dylan Fox Brazil Eli Sabiá Brazil Rafael Crivellaro England Jay Emmanuel-Thomas Nigeria Daniel Chima Australia Harry Sawyer Brazil Wellington Priori
England Peter Hartley
Kerala Blasters Croatia Marko Lešković Greece Dimitrios Diamantakos Spain Víctor Mongil Ukraine Ivan Kalyuzhnyi Uruguay Adrián Luna Australia Apostolos Giannou
Mumbai City Argentina Jorge Pereyra Díaz Morocco Ahmed Jahouh Senegal Mourtada Fall Scotland Greg Stewart Spain Alberto Noguera Australia Rostyn Griffiths
NorthEast United Colombia Wilmar Jordán Democratic Republic of the Congo Kule Mbombo France Romain Philippoteaux Spain Joseba Beitia Australia Aaron Evans Nigeria Sylvester Igboun
England Matt Derbyshire
Spain Jon Gaztañaga
Denmark Michael Jakobsen
Odisha Brazil Diego Maurício Spain Carlos Delgado Spain Pedro Martín Spain Saúl Crespo Spain Víctor Rodríguez Australia Osama Malik

Regular season[edit]

League table[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1 Mumbai City (C) 20 14 4 2 54 21 +33 46 ISL Semifinals, Playoffs for 2023–24 AFC Champions League group stage and 2023–24 AFC Champions League group stage[a]
2 Hyderabad 20 13 3 4 36 16 +20 42 ISL Semifinals
3 ATK Mohun Bagan (W) 20 10 4 6 24 17 +7 34[f] ISL Knockouts, Playoffs for 2023–24 AFC Cup qualifying playoffs[b] and 2023–24 AFC Cup qualifying playoffs[c]
4 Bengaluru 20 11 1 8 27 23 +4 34[f] ISL Knockouts
5 Kerala Blasters 20 10 1 9 28 28 0 31
6 Odisha 20 9 3 8 30 32 −2 30 ISL Knockouts, Playoffs for 2023–24 AFC Cup group stage[d] and 2023–24 AFC Cup group stage[e]
7 Goa 20 8 3 9 36 35 +1 27[g]
8 Chennaiyin 20 7 6 7 36 37 −1 27[g]
9 East Bengal 20 6 1 13 22 38 −16 19[h]
10 Jamshedpur 20 5 4 11 21 32 −11 19[h]
11 NorthEast United 20 1 2 17 20 55 −35 5
Updated to match(es) played on 26 February 2023. 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; 6) number of goals scored; 7) fair play ranking; 8) drawing of lots
(C) League Winners Shield winners; (W) Cup Winners
Notes:
  1. ^ Qualifed via winning the Indian club qualifiers for 2023–24 AFC competitions
  2. ^ Qualified via winning the 2022–23 Indian Super League playoffs
  3. ^ Qualifed via winning the Indian club qualifiers for 2023–24 AFC competitions
  4. ^ Qualifed via winning the 2023 Super Cup
  5. ^ Qualifed via winning the Indian club qualifiers for 2023–24 AFC competitions
  6. ^ a b Head-to-head points: ATK Mohun Bagan 3, Bengaluru 3. Head-to-head goal difference: ATK Mohun Bagan 0, Bengaluru 0. Head-to-head goal scored: ATK Mohun Bagan 4, Bengaluru 4. Goal difference: ATK Mohun Bagan +7, Bengaluru +4.
  7. ^ a b Head-to-head points: Goa 3, Chennaiyin 3. Head-to-head goal difference: Goa +1, Chennaiyin -1.
  8. ^ a b Head-to-head points: East Bengal 3, Jamshedpur 3. Head-to-head goal difference: East Bengal +1, Jamshedpur -1.

Results[edit]

Home \ Away AMB BEN CHE EAB GOA HYD JAM KER MCI NEU OFC
ATK Mohun Bagan 1–2 1–2 2–0 2–1 1–0 1–0 2–1 0–1 2–1 2–0
Bengaluru 0–1 3–1 0–1 3–1 0–3 1–0 1–0 2–1 1–0 3–1
Chennaiyin 0–0 1–1 2–0 0–2 1–3 3–1 1–1 2–6 4–3 2–2
East Bengal 0–2 2–1 0–1 1–2 0–2 1–2 1–0 0–3 3–3 2–4
Goa 3–0 0–2 1–2 4–2 1–3 3–0 3–1 3–5 2–1 3–0
Hyderabad 1–0 1–0 1–1 2–0 1–0 2–3 0–1 3–3 6–1 1–0
Jamshedpur 0–0 0–3 2–2 1–3 2–2 0–1 0–1 1–2 1–0 2–3
Kerala Blasters 2–5 3–2 2–1 3–1 3–1 0–1 3–1 0–2 2–0 1–0
Mumbai City 2–2 4–0 2–1 0–1 4–1 1–1 1–1 4–0 4–0 2–0
NorthEast United 1–0 1–2 3–7 1–3 2–2 0–3 0–2 0–3 1–3 1–3
Odisha 0–0 1–0 3–2 3–1 1–1 3–1 0–2 2–1 2–4 2–1
Updated to match(es) played on 26 February 2023. Source: Indian Super League
Legend: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Form[edit]

Team ╲ Round1234567891011121314151617181920
ATK Mohun BaganLWWDWLWWWDLWLDWLDLWW
BengaluruWDLLLLWLLWLLWWWWWWWW
ChennaiyinWDLWLWLLWDLDDDLDLWWW
East BengalLLWLLWLWLLWLLLLWDLWL
GoaWWLWLWLLWWDLLDWWDLLL
HyderabadDWWWWWLLWWWWWDWDLWLW
JamshedpurLDWLLLLLLLDLDWLLWDWW
Kerala BlastersWLLLWWWWWDWWLLWLWLLL
Mumbai CityDWDWDWWWWWWWWWWWDWLL
NorthEast UnitedLLLLLLLLLLWLLDLLLDLL
OdishaWLWWLWWWLDLLWLLDDWWL
Updated to match(es) played on 26 February 2023. Source: Indian Super League
W = Win; D = Draw; L = Lose

Playoffs[edit]

Bracket[edit]

Knockout Semifinals Finals
1 Mumbai City 0 2 2 (8)
4 Bengaluru (a.e.t.) 1 4 Bengaluru (p) 1 1 2 (9)
5 Kerala Blasters 0 4 Bengaluru 2 (3)
3 ATK Mohun Bagan (p) 2 (4)
2 Hyderabad 0 0 0 (3)
3 ATK Mohun Bagan 2 3 ATK Mohun Bagan (p) 0 0 0 (4)
6 Odisha 0

Knockout[edit]

Team 1  Score  Team 2
Bengaluru 1–0 (a.e.t.) Kerala Blasters
ATK Mohun Bagan 2–0 Odisha

Semi-finals[edit]

Team 1 Agg.Tooltip Aggregate score Team 2 1st leg 2nd leg
Mumbai City 2–2 (8–9 p) Bengaluru 0–1 2–1 (a.e.t.)
Hyderabad 0–0 (4–3 p) ATK Mohun Bagan 0–0 0–0 (a.e.t.)

Final[edit]

ATK Mohun Bagan2–2 (a.e.t.)Bengaluru
D. Petratos 14' (pen.), 85' (pen.) Report
Penalties
4–3
Attendance: 11,879
Referee: Harish Kundu

Season statistics[edit]

Top scorers[edit]

Rank Player Club Goals[40]
1 Brazil Diego Maurício Odisha 12
Brazil Cleiton Silva East Bengal
Australia Dimitri Petratos ATK Mohun Bagan
4 Argentina Jorge Pereyra Díaz Mumbai City 11
Spain Iker Guarrotxena Goa
6 Nigeria Bartholomew Ogbeche Hyderabad 10
Greece Dimitrios Diamantakos Kerala Blasters
India Lallianzuala Chhangte Mumbai City
9 Netherlands Abdenasser El Khayati Chennaiyin 9
Morocco Noah Sadaoui Goa

Hat-tricks[edit]

Player For Against Result Date Ref
Australia Dimitri Petratos ATK Mohun Bagan Kerala Blasters 5–2 (A) 16 October 2022 [41]
Netherlands Abdenasser El Khayati Chennaiyin NorthEast United 7–3 (A) 10 December 2022 [42]
Nigeria Bartholomew Ogbeche Hyderabad Goa 3–1 (A) 5 January 2023 [43]
Spain Iker Guarrotxena Goa East Bengal 4–2 (H) 26 January 2023 [44]

Top assists[edit]

Rank Player Club Assists[45]
1 Morocco Noah Sadaoui Goa 9
2 Scotland Greg Stewart Mumbai City 8
3 India Naorem Mahesh Singh East Bengal 7
Australia Dimitri Petratos ATK Mohun Bagan
5 India Halicharan Narzary Hyderabad 6
Argentina Jorge Pereyra Díaz Mumbai City
Uruguay Adrián Luna Kerala Blasters
India Lallianzuala Chhangte Mumbai City
9 Netherlands Abdenasser El Khayati Chennaiyin 5
Australia Harry Sawyer Jamshedpur
India Aakash Sangwan Chennaiyin
Spain Javi Hernández Bengaluru
Spain Borja Herrera Hyderabad
Fiji Roy Krishna Bengaluru

Clean sheets[edit]

Rank Player Club Clean sheets[46]
1 India Vishal Kaith ATK Mohun Bagan 12
2 India Gurmeet Singh Hyderabad 7
India Phurba Lachenpa Mumbai City
India Gurpreet Singh Sandhu Bengaluru
5 India Laxmikant Kattimani Hyderabad 4
India Prabhsukhan Singh Gill Kerala Blasters
India Dheeraj Singh Goa
8 India Rehenesh TP Jamshedpur 3
India Kamaljit Singh East Bengal
10 India Samik Mitra Chennaiyin 2
India Amrinder Singh Odisha

Discipline[edit]

Player[edit]

  • Most red cards: 1[48]
    • 14 players

Club[edit]

  • Most yellow cards: 49[49]
    • ATK Mohun Bagan
  • Most red cards: 3[50]
    • Chennaiyin

Attendances[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Pos Team Total High Low Average Change
1 Kerala Blasters 278,253 34,984 18,018 27,825 +58.9%
2 ATK Mohun Bagan 250,720 62,542 14,533 25,072 n/a
3 Jamshedpur 146,523 22,389 7,430 14,652 −10.8%
4 East Bengal 144,326 60,102 1,982 14,433 +69.9%††
5 Bengaluru 113,712 28,001 5,901 11,371 −22.2%
6 Goa 102,200 13,123 7,949 10,220 −21.4%
7 Chennaiyin 87,012 12,719 5,248 8,701 −3.1%
8 Hyderabad 71,947 11,834 2,127 7,195 −1.4%§
9 Odisha 61,975 7,716 4,417 6,198 −0.5%
10 Mumbai City 49,663 6,407 3,187 4,966 −5.2%
11 NorthEast United 24,573 8,627 361 2,457 −70.2%
League total 1,330,904 62,542 361 12,099 −2.1%

Updated to games played on 26 February 2023
Source: worldfootball.net
Notes:
Previous season average attendances are from the 2019–20 season, with spectators allowed prior to the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions.
†† East Bengal played in the I-League in the 2019–20 season.
Attendance count for ATK Mohun Bagan starts from this season.
§ Hyderabad played their first home match at the Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex, Pune.

Attendances by match[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Team \ Home Game 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Total
Kerala Blasters 34,978 34,984 33,121 29,347 25,184 31,712 24,117 18,018 21,049 25,743 278,253
ATK Mohun Bagan 22,236 62,542 26,425 26,493 15,217 19,873 29,857 14,950 18,594 14,533 250,720
Jamshedpur 19,213 22,389 20,189 18,893 16,417 13,237 9,224 9,862 7,430 9,669 146,523
East Bengal 17,500 17,170 17,772 8,079 9,137 6,758 3,251 2,575 1,982 60,102 144,326
Bengaluru 19,379 12,817 10,430 8,726 8,117 6,236 6,782 28,001 5,901 7,323 113,712
Goa 13,123 13,259 10,730 9,456 11,037 8,327 8,608 7,949 10,347 9,364 102,200
Chennaiyin 12,719 11,564 7,789 9,788 8,207 11,132 8,489 5,845 5,248 6,231 87,012
Hyderabad 2,127 10,543 9,638 10,126 11,834 5,196 5,907 6,427 4,873 5,276 71,947
Odisha 5,217 6,811 7,218 7,716 7,019 4,417 5,817 4,729 6,217 6,814 61,975
Mumbai City 4,128 3,733 5,869 6,118 5,529 3,892 6,407 3,187 5,588 5,212 49,663
NorthEast United 8,627 7,315 4,867 851 561 504 683 361 401 403 24,573

Legend:   Highest   Lowest

Playoffs[edit]

Match Attendance
Knockout 1 (Kanteerava) 20,301
Knockout 2 (Salt Lake) 35,256
Semi-final 1 (MFA) 6,124
Semi-final 2 (Gachibowli) 12,926
Semi-final 1 (Kanteerava) 21,901
Semi-final 2 (Salt Lake) 52,507
Final (Fatorda) 11,879
Total 160,894
Average 22,985

Last updated: 13 March 2023.
Source: worldfootball.net

Awards[edit]

Season awards[edit]

Individual awards
Award Winner Club
Hero of the League India Lallianzuala Chhangte Mumbai City
Golden Boot Brazil Diego Maurício Odisha
Golden Glove India Vishal Kaith Mohun Bagan
Emerging Player of the League India Sivasakthi Narayanan Bengaluru
KFC Street Baller of League Morocco Noah Sadaoui Goa
Club awards
Award Winner
Best Pitch Kerala Blasters
Grassroots Award Bengaluru
Goa
Source:[51]
ISL Team of the Season[52]
Goalkeeper India Vishal Kaith ( Mohun Bagan)
Defenders
India Rahul Bheke (Mumbai City) India Pritam Kotal (Mohun Bagan) Spain Odei Onaindia (Hyderabad) India Akash Mishra (Hyderabad)
Midfielders
India Suresh Wangjam (Bengaluru) Scotland Greg Stewart (Mumbai City) India Lalengmawia Ralte (Mumbai City)
Forwards
India Lallianzuala Chhangte (Mumbai City) Brazil Diego Maurício (Odisha) Morocco Noah Sadaoui (Goa)
Head coach England Des Buckingham (Mumbai City)

Hero of the Month[edit]

Month Hero of the Month Ref.
Player Club
October Australia Dimitri Petratos Mohun Bagan [53]
November India Bipin Singh Thounaojam Mumbai City [54]
December Spain Iker Guarrotxena Goa [55]
January India Lallianzuala Chhangte Mumbai City [56]
February India Anirudh Thapa Chennaiyin [57]

Hero of the Match[edit]

Match Hero of the Match Match Hero of the Match Match Hero of the Match
Player Club Player Club Player Club
Match 1 Ukraine Ivan Kalyuzhnyi Kerala Blasters Match 40 India Naorem Singh East Bengal Match 79 Germany Julius Düker (2) Chennaiyin
Match 2 Brazil Alan Costa Bengaluru Match 41 Argentina Jorge Pereyra Díaz Mumbai City Match 80 India Brandon Fernandes Goa
Match 3 Brazil Joao Victor Hyderabad Match 42 Spain Saúl Crespo Odisha Match 81 Spain Iker Guarrotxena (3) Goa
Match 4 Ghana Kwame Karikari Chennaiyin Match 43 India Chinglensana Singh Hyderabad Match 82 India Lallianzuala Chhangte (4) Mumbai City
Match 5 Brazil Diego Maurício Odisha Match 44 India Ashique Kuruniyan Mohun Bagan Match 83 India Sivasakthi Narayanan Bengaluru
Match 6 Spain Edu Bedia Goa Match 45 Croatia Marko Lešković Kerala Blasters Match 84 Australia Dimitri Petratos (3) Mohun Bagan
Match 7 India Halicharan Narzary Hyderabad Match 46 India Deepak Tangri Mohun Bagan Match 85 Greece Dimitrios Diamantakos (2) Kerala Blasters
Match 8 India Jiteshwor Singh Chennaiyin Match 47 India Mohammad Yasir Hyderabad Match 86 India Isak Vanlalruatfela Odisha
Match 9 India Mehtab Singh Mumbai City Match 48 Morocco Noah Sadaoui (2) Goa Match 87 Brazil Cleiton Silva (3) East Bengal
Match 10 Australia Dimitri Petratos Mohun Bagan Match 49 Netherlands Abdenasser El Khayati (2) Chennaiyin Match 88 India Akash Mishra Hyderabad
Match 11 Cyprus Charalambos Kyriakou East Bengal Match 50 Greece Dimitrios Diamantakos Kerala Blasters Match 89 Brazil Rafael Crivellaro Jamshedpur
Match 12 Morocco Noah Sadaoui Goa Match 51 India Narender Gahlot Odisha Match 90 Spain Javi Hernández (2) Bengaluru
Match 13 India Mehtab Singh (2) Mumbai City Match 52 Scotland Greg Stewart (3) Mumbai City Match 91 Spain Saúl Crespo (2) Odisha
Match 14 Nigeria Bartholomew Ogbeche Hyderabad Match 53 India Danish Farooq Bhat Bengaluru Match 92 Uruguay Adrián Luna (3) Kerala Blasters
Match 15 Spain Pedro Martín Odisha Match 54 India Anwar Ali (2) Goa Match 93 Brazil Cleiton Silva (4) East Bengal
Match 16 India Nandhakumar Sekar Odisha Match 55 Uruguay Adrián Luna Kerala Blasters Match 94 England Jay Emmanuel-Thomas Jamshedpur
Match 17 India Mehtab Singh (3) Mumbai City Match 56 Spain Iker Guarrotxena (2) Goa Match 95 India Isak Vanlalruatfela Odisha
Match 18 Spain Javier Siverio Hyderabad Match 57 Nigeria Bartholomew Ogbeche (2) Hyderabad Match 96 Scotland Greg Stewart (4) Mumbai City
Match 19 France Hugo Boumous Mohun Bagan Match 58 India Lallianzuala Chhangte Mumbai City Match 97 India Rohit Kumar Bengaluru
Match 20 England Peter Hartley Jamshedpur Match 59 Colombia Wilmar Jordán NorthEast United Match 98 India Anirudh Thapa (2) Chennaiyin
Match 21 Spain Iker Guarrotxena Goa Match 60 India Soraisam Sandeep Singh Kerala Blasters Match 99 Nigeria Bartholomew Ogbeche (4) Hyderabad
Match 22 India Anirudh Thapa Chennaiyin Match 61 Australia Dimitri Petratos (2) Mohun Bagan Match 100 Spain Javi Hernández (3) Bengaluru
Match 23 India Nikhil Poojari Hyderabad Match 62 Spain Javier Siverio (2) Hyderabad Match 101 Ghana Kwame Karikari (2) Chennaiyin
Match 24 India Rahul KP Kerala Blasters Match 63 Brazil Cleiton Silva (2) East Bengal Match 102 Spain Saúl Crespo (3) Odisha
Match 25 Morocco Ahmed Jahouh Mumbai City Match 64 India Lallianzuala Chhangte (2) Mumbai City Match 103 Australia Harry Sawyer Jamshedpur
Match 26 Spain Odei Onaindia Hydrabad Match 65 Uruguay Adrián Luna (2) Kerala Blasters Match 104 Republic of Ireland Carl McHugh Mohun Bagan
Match 27 India Subhasish Bose Mohun Bagan Match 66 Nigeria Bartholomew Ogbeche (3) Hyderabad Match 105 India Naorem Mahesh Singh (2) East Bengal
Match 28 Brazil Cleiton Silva East Bengal Match 67 India Suresh Wangjam Bengaluru Match 106 India Ritwik Das (2) Jamshedpur
Match 29 Scotland Greg Stewart Mumbai City Match 68 India Aakash Sangwan Chennaiyin Match 107 India Sivasakthi Narayanan (2) Bengaluru
Match 30 Ukraine Ivan Kalyuzhnyi (2) Kerala Blasters Match 69 Brazil Diego Maurício (2) Odisha Match 108 India Anirudh Thapa (3) Chennaiyin
Match 31 India Lalengmawia Ralte Mumbai City Match 70 Argentina Jorge Pereyra Díaz (2) Mumbai City Match 109 Montenegro Slavko Damjanović Mohun Bagan
Match 32 Spain Pedro Martín (2) Odisha Match 71 Germany Julius Düker Chennaiyin Match 110 Australia Joel Chianese Hyderabad
Match 33 Netherlands Abdenasser El Khayati Chennaiyin Match 72 India Ritwik Das Jamshedpur Match 111 (KO1) India Sunil Chhetri Bengaluru
Match 34 Ukraine Ivan Kalyuzhnyi (3) Kerala Blasters Match 73 Fiji Roy Krishna Bengaluru Match 112 (KO2) Australia Dimitri Petratos (4) Mohun Bagan
Match 35 India Anwar Ali Goa Match 74 India Lallianzuala Chhangte (3) Mumbai City Match 113 (SF1) India Prabir Das Bengaluru
Match 36 India Nandhakumar Sekar (2) Odisha Match 75 Colombia Wilmar Jordán (2) NorthEast United Match 114 (SF2) Montenegro Slavko Damjanović (2) Mohun Bagan
Match 37 Scotland Greg Stewart (2) Mumbai City Match 76 India Sandesh Jhingan Bengaluru Match 115 (SF1) India Gurpreet Singh Sandhu Bengaluru
Match 38 Spain Javi Hernández Bengaluru Match 77 Argentina Jorge Pereyra Díaz (3) Mumbai City Match 116 (SF2) India Vishal Kaith Mohun Bagan
Match 39 India Subhasish Bose (2) Mohun Bagan Match 78 India Nim Dorjee Tamang Hyderabad Match 117 (F) Australia Dimitri Petratos (5) Mohun Bagan
Source:[58]

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