2014-15 I-League Round 5: Welcome Back Mumbai to the I-League!



  • goalkeepargoalkeepar Turkish occupied Cyprus29282 Points
    all stands available
  • shankarshankar 2600 Points

    all stands available expect a set of seats in middle of west stand which is got the owners and their special guests which would take seating of around 100-200 for 20 odd people... but  still the stadium capacity is expected to be 5000...

    Mumbai fc have kept the ticket price realy cheap despite match in a good spot... people wont mind spending this much money if they could get to watch entertaining football


    expecting the official count to be in between 3-4.5 at least for weekend matches

  • ArsenalFan700ArsenalFan700 Reddit13655 Points
    Honestly the crowd looked a lot better than I expected.
  • archakarchak 2082 Points
    Somebody create the round 6
  • ArsenalFan700ArsenalFan700 Reddit13655 Points
    On it. Will be ready by tomorrow.
  • preetampreetam 870 Points
    Shillong Lajong FC weren't in action in round five of the I-
    League 2014-15.
    Royal Wahingdoh ensured they maintained their second-
    placed position with a hard-fought draw with Dempo SC.
    Goalkeeper Laxmikant Kattimani's efforts ensured that the
    visitors kept a clean sheet in the first half. Germanpreet
    Singh gave Dempo the lead in the 53rd minute while it
    was Seong-Yong Kim 's shot that rebounded from the
    post which resulted in the equaliser.
    Salgaocar FC beat East Bengal FC 3-1 to continue the Red
    and Gold's nightmares in Goa. The hosts' Scottish striker
    Darryl Duffy starred and assisted the first goal before
    taking a spectacular strike for the second goal. Douhou
    Pierre 's work in the midfield was rewarded with a goal
    while Brian Mascarenhas also got his name on the
    scoresheet as he constantly tormented the opposition's
    defense down the left flank.
    Table toppers Pune FC were handed their first defeat as
    the Red Lizards went down 1-0 to Mohun Bagan in
    Kolkata. The Mariners' Nigerian defender Bello Rasaq
    effectively closed down on the opponent's Portuguese
    playmaker Edgar Marcelino who was looking to pick Darko
    Nikac and Thongkhosiem Haokip inside the box on a
    couple of occasions. Bikramjit Singh too did well to foil
    Pune's attack by intercepting play.
    Mumbai FC notched up their first point of the season by
    drawing 0-0 with second-from-bottom Sporting Clube de
    Goa at the newly refurbished Cooperage Stadium in
    Mumbai in an encounter that had the Flaming Oranje's
    debutant Sandesh Jhingan shine in defense.
    Eugeneson Lyngdoh ’s second half strike earned a second
    consecutive victory for defending champions Bengaluru FC
    as they defeated Bharat FC 1-0 at the Kanteerva Stadium
    in Bengaluru while the Pune-based team's
    midfielder Lester Fernandez did his bit in ensuring Joshua
    Walker does not dictate proceedings.
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