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Updated : 4 weeks ago IST
The result also means that the gap between Mumbai Kenkre and NEROCA FC in the points table has been reduced by six points, enabling Mumbai Kenkre to keep alive their hopes of avoiding relegation in the I-League for another day. However, with only two games remaining, the Orange Brigade will
Updated : 1 month, 1 week ago IST
The hosts, Churchill Brothers are comfortably sitting in mid-table with 26 points from 18 matches. At the same time, there is no real danger of being relegated.
The result did not help either Rajasthan United or Kenkre as they remained at the tenth and 11th spots respectively
Updated : 1 month, 2 weeks ago IST
The win took Sudeva Delhi to nine points from 16 matches, while Mumbai Kenkre's hopes of moving out of the relegation zone took a big hit as they remained on 14 points after 17 games in the I-League
Updated : 2 months ago IST
Sergio Mendigutxia once again made the difference for the defending champions with his 21st-minute goal. One of Vikas' innumerable overlaps right ended up with a beautiful floated cross to the far post. Mendigutxia snuck in to head it into the far corner of the net.
Updated : 2 months, 1 week ago IST
Things have gone from bad to worse for Kenkre. Following the defeat in Hyderabad, they went on to lose two more games, by an identical 0-3 margin against both RoundGlass Punjab and Mohammedan Sporting. To make it more uncomfortable for the Mumbai outfit, NEROCA, who too are in the relegation
On an evening when they went in as favourites, Mohammedan Sporting head coach Kibu Vicuna picked a starting XI devoid of a specialist striker -- the unavailability of Abiola Dauda forcing his hand.
Updated : 2 months, 3 weeks ago IST
The scoreline says 1-0 but does not reflect the home team's complete dominance over the midfield, led by Afghan recruit Faysal Shayesteh, who scored the only goal and picked up the Hero of the Match award. The Deccan Warriors had 15 shots on goal, compared to just four by their opponents, an
Sreenidi Deccan went into the winter break holding a two-point lead and will look to extend the gap when they take on Mumbai Kenkre FC. Both teams have come into this fixture having won their last game, prior to the break. The Deccan Warriors beat NEROCA away from home by a solitary goal, wh
Updated : 3 months, 1 week ago IST
After a run of three games on the road where they picked two points and suffered a crushing 0-4 defeat at the hands of Aizawl FC, Mumbai Kenkre will return home to the Cooperage Stadium, hoping to pick themselves up and get the important three points before the mid-season break, as per an I
Mumbai Kenkre had originally won the match 2-1
A first-half brace by Lalchhanhima Sailo followed by two second-half goals by substitutes David Lalhlansanga and Jeremy Laldinpuia, helped Aizawl FC register a convincing victory