|TOP: John Menyongar
The Liberian was classy as he dominated the midfield. After a slow start, he took complete control of the proceedings and dictated the game. One of the most skillful midfielders in the I-League, Menyongar often switched plays and linked well the attacking players.
|FLOP: Dhanachandra Singh
He was deployed as a central defender surprisingly. The former Air India full back looked clueless in the second half as was often caught out of position. The own-goal was sheer bad luck but the third goal scored by Sunil Chhetri was because of him wasting too much time on the ball.
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