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Halicharan Narzary (65th minute), Chinglensana Singh (74th) and substitute Borja Herrera (85th) struck in the second half to push the defending champions Hyderabad FC back into second place
A 96th-minute goal from Nandhakumar Sekar clinched the win for the Juggernauts after Chennaiyin FC had scored the equaliser in the 94th minute via an Abdenasser El Khayati's penalty.
Jorge Diaz (33rd), Greg Stewart (45th), Vinit Rai (49th), Vignesh Dakshinamurthy (60th), Alberto Noguera (65th) and Bipin Singh (90th) scored in Mumbai City’s win.
Iranian Vafa Hakhamaneshi ran towards the camera, lifted his jersey and revealed a "#Women #Life #Freedom for 11:11" message on his vest.
ISL 2022-23: Chennaiyin FC seal 1-0 win against East Bengal FC with both teams having a player sent off
Vafa Hakhamaneshi scored the only goal of the match in the 69th minute, not long before he was sent off.
It did not take long for the match's first goal as FC Goa took the lead in the 10th minute.
Roy Krishna scored inside five minutes to give the Blues an early advantage but Prasanth Karuthadathkuni scored at the stroke of half-time to restore parity
It was Ghanaian forward Kwame Karikari, who came in as a substitute in the second half and turned the match on its head, by first equalising in the 64th minute and then setting up India international Rahim Ali for the winner in the 83rd minute.
ISL 2022-23: Chennaiyin FC defender Aakash Sangwan is ready for his first Indian Super League season as the club seeks a turnaround in fortunes.
AIFF Elite Academy product Prasanth joins the Marina Machans ahead of the 2022-23 season after spending five years with the Blasters
Durand Cup 2022: Greg Stewart hat-trick sends Mumbai City FC to semi-finals after 5-3 win over Chennaiyin FC
Greg Stewart scored in the 40th, 100th and 118th minute while Lallianzuala Chhangte got a brace in the 78th and 94th minute for the Mumbai side at the Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan.
Besides Thapa, India internationals Narayan Das, Rahim Ali and Edwin Vanspaul are the highlights of CFC's squad.
Rahim Ali is among the handful of members of the Chennaiyin squad that reached the ISL final in the 2019-20 season. He has made 40 appearances for the club spanning over three years.
Kwame Karikari joins Chennaiyin FC following an impressive outing for Nakhonratchasima Mazda in the Thai League where he scored 13 goals in 29 league matches.
Hakhamaneshi's latest stint was with Thai club, Ratchaburi Mitr Phol FC, where he made three appearances in the AFC Champions League.
Defender Gurmukh Singh has been roped in by Indian Super League outfit Chennaiyin FC on a two-year contract after his impressive show for Rajasthan United FC in the I-League.
Chakladar, who got his maiden ISL contract, is the third fresh signing for the Marina Machans this summer.
ISL 2021-22: ATK Mohun Bagan seal semi-final spot for second straight year with 1-0 win over Chennaiyin FC
ATKMB bossed the game from the first minute, bombing the Chennaiyin defence with constant attacks, the latter happy to sit back and try to attack on the counter.
The Mariners will then also be level on points with league leaders Jamshedpur FC, who dethroned Hyderabad FC on Tuesday to go top of the tree.