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ISL 2018-19: FC Goa's road to the final

9:46 PM GMT+4 16/03/2019
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The Gaurs play their first Indian Super League final since 2015. Goal charts their journey to Mumbai...

  • Ferran Corominas Jose Leudo NorthEast United FC Goa ISL 2018-19

    #1 NorthEast United 2-2 Goa

    Ferran Corominas (14' and 38') scored a brace in the first game of the season, squeezed between Fedrrico Gallego (8') and Bartholomew Ogbeche (53') goals for a score draw.
  • Chennaiyin FC Goa ISL

    #2 Chennaiyin 1-3 Goa

    Edu Bedia (12'), Ferran Corominas (53') and Mourtada Fall (80') punched into the net before Eli Sabia (90+5') got a consolation.
  • Ferran Corominas FC Goa Mumbai City

    #3 Goa 5-0 Mumbai City

    It was a goalfest at the Fatorda as Ferran Corominas (6' Pen.), Jackichand Singh (55'), Edu Bedia (61') and Miguel Palanca (84' and 90') netted in.
  • FC Goa vs Pune City ISL 2018-19

    #4 Goa 4-2 Pune City

    Ferran Corominas (5' and 35') scored a brace and got a red card. Hugo Boumous (12'), Jackichand Singh (20'), Marcelinho (8') and Emiliano Alfaro (23') were the other scorers in the game.
  • Jamshedpur FC Goa ISL

    #5 Jamshedpur 4-1 Goa

    Michael Soosairaj (17' and 50'), Memo (77') and Sumeet Passi (78') lapped in a quartet of goals. Mourtada Fall (33') scored for the visitors.
  • Edu Bedia FC Goa Delhi Dynamos ISL 5

    #6 Goa 3-2 Delhi Dynamos

    Edu Bedia (54' and 89') and Brandon Fernandes (82') scored for the Goans while Bikramjit Singh (6') and Lallianzuala Chhangte (70') netted in for the capital side.
  • Kerala Blasters FC Goa

    #7 Kerala Blasters 1-3 Goa

    Ferran Corominas (11' and 45+2') and Manvir Singh (67') scored three in Kochi. Nikola Krcmarevic (90+2') got a late consolation.
  • Goa vs Bengaluru

    #8 Goa 1-2 Bengaluru

    Both sides were reduced to ten men but not before Rahul Bheke (34') and Sunil Chhetri (77') scored on either side of a Brandon Fernades (72') goal.
  • ATK FC Goa ISL 2018-19

    #9 ATK 0-0 Goa

    It was a goalless stalemate in Kolkata.
  • Marcelinho Pradhyum Reddy FC Goa FC Pune City ISL 5

    #10 Pune City 2-0 Goa

    Marcelinho (74') and Marko Stankovic (90+4' Pen.) pushed Goa to their second defeat in three games.
  • Hugo Boumous cele NorthEast United Goa ISL

    #11 Goa 5-1 NorthEast United

    Goa returned to winning ways just before the winter break as Ferran Corominas (59' and 84'), Edu Bedia (69'), Hugo Boumous (71'), Miguel Palanca (90+1') and Bartholomew Ogbeche (90') scored the goals in the game.
  • FC Goa v Jamshedpur FC, Indian Super League

    #12 Goa 0-0 Jamshedpur

    Back after the break in January, it was another scoreless draw at the Fatorda.
  • Mumbai City vs FC Goa

    #13 Mumbai City 0-2 Goa

    Edu Bedia (28') and Ferran Corominas (79' Pen.) got the goals at the 'Maximum City'.
  • Ahmed Jahouh Delhi Dynamos FC Goa ISL 5 02042019

    #14 Delhi Dynamos 0-0 Goa

    It was a third goalless draw for Goa in the season.
  • FC Goa ATK

    #15 Goa 3-0 ATK

    Jackichand Singh (1') and Ferran Corominas (52', 81' Pen.) scored on Valentine's Day to down the two-time champions.
  • FC Goa vs Kerala Blasters

    #16 Goa 3-0 Kerala Blasters

    It was another 3-0 result at home as Ferran Corominas (22'), Edu Bedia (25') and Hugo Boumous (78') were on the scoresheet.
  • Bengaluru Goa

    #17 Bengaluru 3-0 FC Goa

    A ten-man BFC scored three through Juanan (50'), Udanta Singh (58') and Miku (69') to slum Goa to another defeat.
  • FC Goa vs Chennaiyin

    #18 Goa 1-0 Chennaiyin

    Ferran Corominas (26') helped Goa to return to winning ways in the last game of the league phase.
  • Mumbai City FC Goa

    #19 Mumbai City 1-5 (1-5 on agg.) Goa

    In the first leg of their semifinal, Rafa Bastos (20') got the opener for City but Goa pulled back emphatically through Jackichand Singh (31'), Mourtada Fall (39' and 58'), Ferran Corominas (51') and Brandona Fernandes (82') - the biggest victory in an ISL playoff game.
  • FC Goa vs Mumbai City

    #20 Goa 0-1 (5-2 on agg.) Mumbai City

    A resplendent City did win the battle through Rafa Bastos (6') but failed in the war as the Gaurs had already done the damage in the first leg.