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The Indian Arrows had the early advantage and led for more than an half-hour after scoring through Naorem Priyangka Devi, but Gokulam Kerala bounced back as they scored on either side of the interval.
Arrows got their nose in front in the first half before Aizawl restored parity minutes later. Zate bagged the winner 12 minutes from time to give his side all three points at the Naihati Stadium.
Sajad Parray (12th) and Parthib Gogoi (73rd) were on target for the All India Football Federation development outfit, while Real Kashmir struck one through K Malemngamba Meitei (19th).
Arrows took the lead at the end of the first half, thanks to Brijesh Giri but Churchill bounced back in the second half, scoring a goal right after half time, courtesy of Komron Tursunov.
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I-League: Mohammedan SC reclaim top spot by beating Rajasthan, RoundGlass Punjab thump Indian Arrows
Meanwhile, RoundGlass Punjab FC recorded their second successive victory as they defeated Indian Arrows 3-1.
While NEROCA opened the scoring with Sergio Mendigutxia (45+2') converting a penalty at the stroke of half time, Paul converted a penalty of his own just a few minutes later to bring his team to a level pegging.
I-League 2021-22: TRAU FC, Indian Arrows play out goalless draw; Gokulam Kerala begin title defence with win
Indian Arrows started with a 4-4-2 set-up with skipper Parthib Gogoi leading the attacking troops. TRAU, who had finished third last year, had a 4-3-3 formation with Krishnananda Singh and Joseph Olaleye in front line.
With the inclusion of three new sides — Sreenidi Deccan FC of Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan United FC and Kenkre FC of Kolhapur — the forthcoming edition will feature 13 teams from 11 cities.
The 18-year-old joins the defending ISL champions on a three-year contract until May 2024, with an option to extend for another season.
The Indian Arrows got the first chance of the end-to-end game in the sixth minute but Harsh Patre's shot from a Parthib Gogoi's cross was blocked by Gursimrat Gill.
I-League 2021: Indian Arrows show great determination in thrilling 2-1 win over Aizawl FC, Neroca defeated
The Arrows showcased their never-say-die attitude as Lalchhanhima Sailo's strike in the 36th minute proved to be the difference between the two sides.
I-League 2021: Vineeth Kumar scores brace as Chennai City put five past Indian Arrows; Aizawl FC beat NEROCA
A Vineeth Kumar brace coupled with goals from Rajesh, Jockson Dhas and Iqbal Hussain aided Chennai City FC to go four points clear of relegation rivals NEROCA, who had lost earlier in the day.
The Indian Arrows had lost 0-4 to NEROCA in their earlier clash this season, but this time the youngsters took the game to the Manipuri side, matching blow for blow against the seasoned opponents.
I-League 2021: Real Kashmir head coach David Robertson, son Mason suspended, fined for abusing referee
The All India Football Federation Disciplinary Committee observed that the father-son duo abused the referee in "filthy vulgar languages" in their match at Mohun Bagan ground on 4 February after getting annoyed with a decision.
A Bidyashagar Singh brace, coupled with strikes by Mayosing, Komron Tursunov, and Chanso Horam led Nandakumar Singh's men to a win after Harsh Patre's magical free-kick had reduced the deficit for the Arrows.
I-League 2021: Gurpanthjeet Singh's solitary goal sees Indian Arrows pick up first win; Aizawl held by Sudeva
The AIFF's developmental side displayed heroic defending and goalkeeping after Gurpanthjeet's goal in the 26th minute to beat the Black Panthers in the first-ever encounter between the two sides in the I-League.
I-League 2021: Papa Babacar Diawara scores brace as Punjab FC beat Indian Arrows, Chennai City, TRAU win
A brace from Papa Babacar Diawara (35th and 56th) ensured Punjab FC all three points despite a late goal by Vellington Fernandes (87th).
After being held to back-to-back draws by Sudeva FC and Gokulam Kerala, Real Kashmir find themselves at fifth spot on the I-League table.
Elvedin Skrijelj's 63rd minute header gave Chennai City three points in a match largely dominated by his side.