As you know, Indian Super League of Football is going on in India which is going to be semi-final. After Chennai FC’s match draw with Northeast United, Chennai FC will now play with Goa FC in the semi-finals.
You will be aware that in the Indian Super League, Chennai FC played their last league with North East United FC in which the match was drawn 2-2 and with this match the league phase of Indian Super League (ISL) 2019-20 Tuesday feb ended on 2020 and the match was played 2–2 at Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium.
Lallianzuala Chhangte scored an excellent goal in injury time with the hosts host NorthEast United FC, known as the Highlanders, in the final league match of the sixth season of the Hero Indian Super League (ISL) played at the Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium on Tuesday. ) Stopped at 2–2.
Martin Chaves, who was the hero of the match for the host team, gave his team a 2–1 lead in the 71st minute, which lasted until the last minute of injury time. The Highlanders seemed almost certain to get their third win of the season, but Changte (Lallianzuala Chhangte), who came on the field in the 82nd minute, forced him to score points in the final minute of injury time.
This was the 18th match for both teams. Chennaiyin FC has already qualified for the semi-finals. From 18 matches, he has collected 29 points from eight wins, five defeats and five draws. This is the eighth draw of the Highlanders this season. He has won two matches and has to face defeat in eight matches. This team departed from the league, finishing ninth with 14 points.
Both teams scored a goal in the first half
After the host team’s attacks, Chennai opened their account in the 17th minute. Tondomba Singh gave a long pass and Afghanistan player Saighani dodged the Northeast’s defense and put the ball in the net to give Chennai a 1-0 lead. Northeast got a penalty after Tondomba got a red card. After this, Martin Chaves, who was looking for an opportunity for a long time, converted this penalty into a goal and gave Northeast 1-1 in the match before half time.
In the second half also no one was able to make the lead
It was drizzling right from the start of the match, but by the time of the 55th minute, the rain intensified. The hosts made another attack in the 65th minute, but the combined effort of Milan Singh, Rakesh Pradhan and Lalenmavia succumbed to no result. Despite all the failures, the host team kept on trying to gain an edge and in the same order they got success in the 71st minute. Chaves scored his second goal of the match, leading the hosts 2–1.
In the 86th minute, Knight United FC made another good attack but Milan Singh and Chaves’s effort failed. It seemed that the hosts would register their third win this season, but Changte, who came on the field as a substitute, went against the run-of-play in the final minute to force him to score the goal.