Hero I-League Round 10: Aizawl breaks East Bengal's run, Lajong breaks away jinx

Hero I-League Results
Minerva Punjab defeated Churchill Brothers in a nine goal thriller at Tilak Maidan, Picture Courtesy: I-League Media

The Cooperage Stadium, Mumbai
Mumbai FC 0-0 Bengaluru FC

Rabindra Sarobar Stadium, Kolkata
Mohun Bagan 3-1 DSK Shivajians FC
MB: Balwant Singh(42nd - From goalkeeper mistake, 44th - Assist Pritam Kotal), Katsumi Yusa(89th - Penalty)
DSK: Milan Singh(33rd - Assist Juan Quero)

Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Chennai
Chennai City FC 1-4 Shillong Lajong FC
CCFC: Haroon Amiri(89th - From Rebound)
SLFC: Fabio Pena(38th - Assist Issac Vanlalsawma), Issac Vanlalsawma(65th - Direct Freekick), Bipin Singh(77th - Assist Aser Dipanda Dicka), Aser Dipanda(79th - Assist Samuel Lalmuanpuia)

Tilak Maidan, Goa
Churchill Brothers SC 4-5 Minerva Punjab FC
CB: Chesterpaul Lyngdoh(8th - Assist Ansumana Kromah), Adil Khan(18th - Assist Brandon Fernandes), Ansumana Kromah(40th - From Rebound, 75th - Penalty), 
MPFC: David Ngaihte(3rd - Assist Kamalpreet Singh), Simranjeet Singh(22nd - Assist David Ngaithe), Souvik Das(31st - Assist David Ngaithe), Loveday Okechukwu(68th - Assist Kareem Nurain), Kareem Nurain(87th - Penalty)

Rajiv Gandhi Stadium, Aizawl
Aizawl FC 1-0 East Bengal
AFC: Laldanmawia Ralte(58th)

Round 10 of Hero I-League saw some witnessed some fascinating matches with Minerva Punjab FC's  encounter against Churchill Brothers fetching the maximum number of goals. The nine goal thriller at Tilak Maidan ended 5-4 in the visitors favor as the team from Punjab are now in 7th spot of the Hero I-League ladder in their maiden appearance.

Shillong Lajong FC also broke their away match jinx with a thumping victory against Chennai City FC. Lajong won 4-1 and the most amazing fact is that this is their first away victory since their 6-0 win against Mumbai FC in the 2014-15 edition of the I-League on 3rd April 2015.

At the top half of the table, Mohun Bagan maintained their momentum with a 3-1 victory against DSK Shivajians. Balwant Singh's brace helped Sanjoy Sen's side register a solid victory at the Rabindra Sarobar Stadium.

Bengaluru FC's slump in form continued as they drew against their nemesis - Mumbai FC. A frustrating result for Albert Roca's side saw them slip to 5th spot in the Hero I-League table with 13 points.

Aizawl FC were the first team to put a dent on Trevor Morgan's unbeaten run in this I-League season. Amid reports of a possible "Aizawl spy" during East Bengal's training capturing their training videos, Aizawl FC came out with an inspiring display to register a 1-0 win against the Red and Golds.
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