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The best part about ISL 2021-22 season was that almost all teams, irrespective of the stage of the season, seemed to have a chance against anybody.
ISL 2021-22: 'Super win', Twitter lauds Hyderabad FC for lifting maiden trophy after beating Kerala Blasters in finals
Hyderabad FC beat Kerala Blasters to lift their maiden Indian Super League title on Sunday at the PJN Stadium in Fatorda, Goa.
The most telling aspect about Hyderabad FC and their title-winning campaign was perhaps how they injected belief into themselves whenever the situation demanded.
ISL 2021-22: Kattimani's heroics help Hyderabad clinch maiden title after defeating Kerala Blasters on penalties
It was heartbreak for Kerala as they reached the final for the third time, only to finish second best when it mattered the most. The thousands of Kerala fans, many of whom travelled all the way from home by road, were left high and dry as their team fell at the last hurdle after displaying a spirited performance.
ISL 2021-22: ATK Mohun Bagan have mountain to climb against on-song Hyderabad FC in semi-final second leg
Hyderabad ran out 3-1 winners against ATKMB in the first leg, putting one foot in the final which would be their first-ever, capping off a stellar season where they spent most of the time at the top of the table.
The Goa government has permitted 100 percent use of the seating capacity, allowing ISL to open the doors for fans for the first time in two years.
Hyderabad FC put one foot in what would be their first-ever final after scripting a come-from-behind 3-1 win over ATK Mohun Bagan in the first-leg of the Indian Super League second semi final in Bambolim on Saturday.
Hyderabad finished third in the league stage and qualified for their maiden semi-finals. ATK Mohun Bagan, meanwhile, have had a massive turnaround under Ferrando, losing just once and winning 14 games to finish third in the table
Here's all you need to know about the semi-finals of the ISL 2021-22 season.
Hyderabad FC will be next involved in the semi-finals that begin from 11 March onwards. As for Mumbai City FC, the season comes to an end.
Two teams fighting for pole position will face each other in a clash of titans when Hyderabad FC take on Jamshedpur FC in the Indian Super League in Bambolim on Tuesday.
ISL 2021-22 Stories: Hyderabad FC enter semis for the first time, Bengaluru FC fizzle out at crucial juncture and more
The biggest talking point was arguably Hyderabad FC qualifying for the semi-finals for the first time in the club’s history. ATK Mohun Bagan and Jamshedpur FC also inched closer to jotting down their place in the top four
Jamshedpur are seated second in the standings with 31 points from 16 matches, four adrift of leaders Hyderabad FC, who secured a semi-final spot on Wednesday with a win over Kerala Blasters.
Bartholomew Ogbeche got Hyderabad in front in the 28th minute with Javier Siverio doubling the margin in the 87th minute to make it 35 points from 18 games and stay firmly in pole position.
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It won’t be far-fetched to expect these teams to keenly contest the biggest games this season with a view to clinch the title by navigating around the curveballs the remaining league matches have to offer
In one of the most closely-contested seasons of ISL, nine teams still remain in contention to advance into the semi-finals.
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Bengaluru FC suffered a setback, whereas the Kerala Blasters got their season back on track courtesy of a tight victory against SC East Bengal.
Khassa Camara joins Hyderabad FC as a free agent and replaces Edu Garcia in the squad.
Sunil Chhetri became the all-time ISL top scorer with his 50th goal