Tuesdays Indian Super League (ISL) encounter between Delhi Dynamos and Mumbai City FC, saw the Delhi Dynamos staging a remarkable comeback and forcing the match to end in a 3-3 draw. This match played in Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi witnessed end-to-end football throughout.
Hungarian midfielder Krisztian Vadocz of Mumbai City FC was successful in scoring a goal twice in the match. He scored the goals in 33rd and 38th minutes of. His teammate Sony Norde scored another goal for Mumbai City FC in the 69th minute.
For Delhi Dynamos Richard Gadze scored the first goal. He did this in the 31st minute. After this two goals were scored by Badara Badji and Marcelinho in 76th and 82nd minutes respectively. This encounter between the Delhi Dynamos and the Mumbai City FC happens to be the highest scoring game in the ongoing football season in India. Mumbai City FC did play impressively without some of its key players not being in the squad in this game against the hosts. However, the coach of Alexandre Borges Guimaraes of Mumbai City FC will be far from happy that they failed to capitalise on the advantage twice.
In the standings list, Mumbai City FC has retained its second position with two wins two draws and a defeat after playing five times in the ISL. On the other hand, Delhi Dynamos moved ahead of Atletico de Kolkata by virtue of goal difference. In the ongoing ISL, the Delhi Dynamos have played a total of four matches and won three and drew three. This encounter against the Mumbai City FC happens to be their third consecutive draw after beginning the ISL with a win.
The encounter between Mumbai City FC and Delhi Dynamos began with both teams looking quite aggressive. Mumbai City FC, Hungarian midfielder Krisztian Vadocz got the first breakthrough after he successfully sent the ball into the bottom right corner. Just after five minutes, it was again this same Hungarian midfielder who came out as the scorer.
Mumbai City FC was in a comfortable position with a 2-0 in the break. Now the pressure was on the players and coach of Delhi Dynamos to perform. Before the break, the hosts could not create any opportunities for themselves.
In the second half Delhi Dynamos realising it was imperative to perform well was successful in getting the momentum in their favour. Gadze scored the first goal for them. After this, Mumbai City gave a hard fight. Sony Norde of Mumbai City FC went past Souvik Chakraborty and put the ball at the far bottom corner. However, once again Delhi Dynamos through Badji scored another goal. Marcelinho scored the final goal for Delhi Dynamos to equalise the scores.