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Indian Super League: Mumbai City FC vs FC Pune City (Oct 19, 2018) All Things Considered

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KICK-OFF: Oct 19, 7.30PM (IST) (GMT +5.30)

FULL-TIME: Mumbai City FC 2-0 FC Pune City

Channel: Star Sports 1, Star Sports HD 1, Star Sports 3

Streaming: Hotstar, Jio TV.

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Venue: Mumbai Football Arena


-Billed as the Maha Derby, Mumbai City FC take on FC Pune City in today’s Indian Super League fixture today at the Mumbai Football Arena. Both these teams will be looking forward to register their first win this ISL season.

-In Mumbai City team news, defender Davinder Singh will miss the remainder of the ISL season due to an injury to his anterior cruciate ligament. Mumbai City FC have replaced Davinder with Goan defender Joyner Lourenco.

-For FC Pune City, wide player Marcelinho will most probably start today. Marcelinho and Emiliano Alfaro will be the key to Pune City’s attacking play.

-Mumbai will be looking to win at home today after a poor start to the season. They will be looking towards Rafael Bastos and Modou Sougou to provide the impetus.


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FULL-TIME: Mumbai City FC 2-0 FC Pune City

92′ – PENALTY MISS (Mumbai City: Lucian Goian)

77′ – SUB (Mumbai City: Pranjal Bhumij [IN] R. Bastos [OUT])

66′ – SUB (Mumbai City: M. Rafique [IN] Modou Sougou [OUT])

59′ – SUB (Pune City: Marcelinho [IN] Martin Diaz [OUT])

59′ – SUB (Pune City: Gurtej Sing [IN] Nikhil Poojari [OUT])

49′ – YELLOW CARD (Robin Singh, Pune City)

45′ – GOAL 2-0 (Rafael Bastos, Penalty, Mumbai City)

44′ – YELLOW CARD (L. Fanai, Pune City)

41′ – SUB (Pune City: Robin Singh [IN] Ashique K. [OUT])

25′ – GOAL 1-0 (Modou Sougou, Mumbai City)

9′ – YELLOW CARD (Ashique K., Pune City)

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-Both teams had chances in the first half to score, but Mumbai took their chances and scored two goals by the end of the first interval.

-Very scrappy play by both the teams in the second half with both teams giving away possession with every third pass.

-Mumbai City could’ve had a couple of more goals towards the end of the second half. Lucian Goian missed a penalty and Paulo Machado’s shot on goal came off the post.

-The stadium had 4000 odd supporters for today’s game. Mumbai Football Arena is a compact stadium with a capacity of around 8,000 and doesn’t have an athletic track unlike other stadiums in India which mars the atmosphere. Considering it was a derby, the event organisers could’ve done more to drum up support for the game.


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