Hero i-League: Bagan held by Lajong while Mumbai FC hold East Bengal

Hero i-League 2015-16 Results
Bagan held by Lajong while Mumbai FC hold East Bengal, Hero i-League
Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Shillong
05.04.2016
Shillong Lajong FC 2-2 Mohun Bagan
SLFC: Uilliams Souza(40th - Direct Free kick, 90th - Assist TBA)
MB: Jeje Lalpekhlua(18th - Assist Cornell Glen), Katsumi Yusa(77th - Assist Cornell Glen)

Mohun Bagan's title hope further took a hit as the Mariners failed to get three points against a resilient Shillong Lajong side at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Shillong in the Hero i-League clash played on Tuesday, 4th April 2016. Mohun Bagan looked set to get away with a victory until a very late Uilliams Souza Silva strike saw both teams walk away with a point. It was Mohun Bagan who took an early lead in the 18th minute through Jeje Lalpekhlua after Cornell Glen scuffed a Pritam Kotal pass. Uilliams Silva grabbed the equalizer in the 40th minute from a well taken free-kick. The damage could have been further for the Mariners but the post came to the rescue as another Uilliams free-kick struck the wood work. Uilliam Silva's last gasp equalizer cancelled Bagan's skipper Katsumi Yusa's 77th minute strike as relegation-threatened Shillong Lajong's fight continued as they are now in 4th place with 15 points.

All Goals and Highlights - Shillong Lajong FC 2-2 Mohun Bagan

Barasat Stadium, Kolkata
05.04.2016
East Bengal 2-2 Mumbai FC
EB: Ranti Martins (25th - Assist Sanju Pradhan), Bernanrd Mendy (59th - Assist Ranti Martins)
MFC: Steven Dias (15th - Direct Free Kick), Ashutosh Mehta (77th - Assist Jayesh Rane)

Mumbai FC salvaged a 2-2 draw away from home against East Bengal in the Hero i-League match played at the Barasat Stadium on Tuesday, 6th April 2016.  Steven Dias broke the deadlock early in the first half converting from a well taken free-kick. Ranti Martins equalized soon after Sanju Pradhan found the striker from an inch perfect cross. Frenchman Bernard Mendy gave the Red and Golds the lead where a victory would have taken them equal in points against arch rival Mohun Bagan but Ashutosh Mehta spoiled the party when he scored in the 77th minute from a Jayesh Rane pass.

All Goals and Highlights - East Bengal 2-2 Mumbai FC
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