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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.
Here's all you need to know about the semi-finals of the ISL 2021-22 season.
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ATK Mohun Bagan, Hyderabad FC, Jamshedpur FC and Kerala Blasters qualified for the semi-finals. That, though, meant the likes of Bengaluru FC, FC Goa, Odisha FC and Mumbai City FC had to endure disappointment.
A play-off berth already booked, Kerala Blasters played out an exciting 4-4 draw against FC Goa — who are out of reckoning — in an Indian Super League match in Bambolim on Sunday.
ISL 2021-22: Having already qualified for semis, Kerala look to end league stage with win over FC Goa
This has been nothing short of a stellar season for Kerala Blasters, the team from the south, winning nine games out of 19.
Jamshedpur FC, ATK Mohun Bagan and Hyderabad FC have already qualified for the playoffs, while Kerala Blasters and Mumbai City are in the race for the last spot.
Kerala are placed fifth in the points table with 30 points from 18 matches, one point less than Mumbai, who are fourth with 31 points from 18 games.
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
The All India Football Federation on Sunday fined ATK Mohun Bagan's Prabir Das Rs 50,000 for "violent conduct" during his side's Indian Super League match against Kerala Blasters earlier this month.
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.
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The Yellows reached the third position from sixth, thanks to the solitary goal by Enes Sipovic (49’) who scored the winner for the Kochi side with a towering header. As for the Red and Gold Brigade, the winless run extends to five matches.
Jamshedpur FC climbed to the second spot with a clinical 3-0 win over Kerala Blasters in a high-voltage Indian Super League match in Bambolim on Thursday.
With the win, the Blues moved to the fourth position with 20 points from 14 games while Kerala remained in third place with 20 points from 12 matches.
The club said in a statement that it has written to the AIFF's Referee's Department regarding the decisions during their matches played on 2 and 14 January, against Kerala Blasters FC and NorthEast United FC.
ISL 2021-22 Stories: Bengaluru FC show promise, Jamshedpur FC and Kerala Blasters FC continue ascent
The week gone by also saw a few games being postponed due to the surge in COVID-19 cases but when the players had a chance to showcase their skills, they didn’t disappoint.
Kerala Blasters vs Mumbai City FC match will now be rescheduled for a later date.
Kerala have remained unbeaten in 10 of their 11 games so far and are sitting pretty at the top of the heap.