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MCFC vs KBFC HIGHLIGHTS: Mumbai City FC RUN RIOT against Kerala Blasters with 4-0 Win, RETAKES Top spot of ISL Points Table – Check Highlights

MCFC vs KBFC HIGHLIGHTS: Mumbai City FC RUN RIOT against Kerala Blasters with 4-0 Win, RETAKES Top spot of ISL Points Table – Check Highlights

MCFC vs KBFC HIGHLIGHTS: Mumbai City FC vs Kerala Blasters FC HIGHLIGHTS – MCFC 4-0 KBFC – Mumbai City FC re-took the lead in the ISL Points Table with a 4-0 win over Kerala Blasters. In-form striker Jorge Perrera Diaz gave his side a lead in the opening minutes of the game. Greg Stewart then […]

MCFC vs KBFC HIGHLIGHTS: Mumbai City FC vs Kerala Blasters FC HIGHLIGHTS – MCFC 4-0 KBFC – Mumbai City FC re-took the lead in the ISL Points Table with a 4-0 win over Kerala Blasters. In-form striker Jorge Perrera Diaz gave his side a lead in the opening minutes of the game. Greg Stewart then scored the second goal while Bipin Singh made it 3-0 within 17 minutes. Diaz then went on to score his brace as Mumbai ran riot against Kerala. Follow Indian Super League and ISL 2022-23 LIVE Updates on InsideSport.IN

MCFC vs KBFC HIGHLIGHTS: Mumbai City FC RUN RIOT against Kerala Blasters with 4-0 Win, RETAKES Top spot of ISL Points Table – Check Highlights

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Mumbai City FC scaled new heights in an already dominant season, with a commanding 4-0 win against Kerala Blasters at the Mumbai Football Arena on Sunday. The win brought an end to Kerala Blasters’ eight-match unbeaten run and vaulted Mumbai City FC back to the top of the Hero Indian Super League (ISL), as they brought up a league record eight wins in a row. This was also the first time in their history that Mumbai City FC scored four goals in the first half, all within the first 22 minutes of the match.

The visitors tried to keep pace with Mumbai City FC for the opening ten minutes of the game, but still couldn’t keep Mumbai City FC’s relentless frontline at bay. In the fourth minute, Bipin Singh received a long ball from the back on the wings – which would become a feature throughout the game – and played a one-two with Greg Stewart to break into the box. His shot was saved by Prabhsukhan Gill, but the deflection fell in the path of Jorge Diaz who swept the ball home for the first of his two goals.

MCFC vs KBFC HIGHLIGHTS: Mumbai City FC RUN RIOT against Kerala Blasters with 4-0 Win, RETAKES Top spot of ISL Points Table – Check Highlights

Some close tackles ensued in midfield immediately after but just as the Blasters seemed to have lifted themselves, Stewart was on hand to deflate them in the 10th minute. This time it was Lallianzuala Chhangte who received a long diagonal on the opposite wing, before floating it into the box for Stewart, who got to the ball before Gill to nod it home. Inside ten minutes, Mumbai City FC’s imperious front four had all stamped their mark on the game.

Before the Blasters could regroup, another long ball split their defence. Mehtab Singh found Diaz’s run in the channels, and the striker held it up in the box before cutting it back for Bipin on the left. The winger took his time before curling the ball into the top left corner. Diaz then put the fixture to bed in the 22nd minute, running onto a through ball from Ahmed Jahouh and finding the net via a deflection off Victor Mongil.

MCFC vs KBFC HIGHLIGHTS: Mumbai City FC RUN RIOT against Kerala Blasters with 4-0 Win, RETAKES Top spot of ISL Points Table – Check Highlights

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Kerala Blasters’ commitment to attack meant the fixture seemed to have gotten away from them before they could react. The home team slowed things down from there, keeping 59% of the possession and allowing only one shot on target to the Blasters as they kept a clean sheet.

The result comes as a strong statement from Mumbai City FC in the title race, with the Blasters being the most in-form team alongside them this season coming into the match. The Blasters’ streak, incidentally, happened in between their two games against Mumbai City FC this season, both of which they lost. They stay in third place, and will have two weeks to regroup before traveling to Goa on January 22. Mumbai City FC will travel to Kolkata to play ATK Mohun Bagan on January 14.

MCFC vs KBFC HIGHLIGHTS: Mumbai City FC RUN RIOT against Kerala Blasters with 4-0 Win, RETAKES Top spot of ISL Points Table – Check Highlights

Mumbai City FC Playing XI: Phurba Lachenpa (GK), Rahul Bheke (C), Mehtab Singh, Rostyn Griffiths, Vignesh Dakshinamurthy, Ahmed Jahouh, Lalengmawia Ralte, Lallianzuala Chhangte, Greg Stewart, Bipin Thounaojam, Jorge Diaz.

Kerala Blasters FC Playing XI: Prabhsukhan Gill (GK), Harmanjot Khabra, Ruivah Hormipam, Victor Adeva, Jessel Carneiro (C), Jeakson Thounaojam, Adrian Retamar, Sahal Samad, Ivan Kaliuzhnyi, Rahul Praveen, Dimitrios Diamantakos.

MCFC vs KBFC HIGHLIGHTS: Mumbai City FC RUN RIOT against Kerala Blasters with 4-0 Win, RETAKES Top spot of ISL Points Table – Check Highlights

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