The Red and Gold brigade dropped two valuable points at home which has further dented their title hopes...
|TOP: RYUJI SUEOKA
After being left out of the first team by Armando Colaco, the Japanese midfielder came on in the second half and just when the team was in dire need of a goal, he scored two in three minutes to lead a remarkable comeback. He was the best player on the pitch as his introduction saw East Bengal launch meaningful attacks.
|FLOP: EBI SUKORE
The midfielder of the Mumbai side was largely anonymous in the tie and lost the ball under slight pressure. He even failed to use his physical presence and lost out the midfield battles to Harmanjot Khabra and Cavin Lobo.
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