PLUS: Jamshedpur are dark horses and the ISL Calendar needs a rethink - in this week's ISL musings.
This was Kerala Basters first win of the season.
Vikram Pratap Singh scored a brace as Mumbai City destroyed title rivals ATK Mohun Bagan.
Ashique Kuriniyan put BFC in the lead before his own goal levelled things up.
PLUS: Concerns reign for Bengaluru & Chennaiyin, while Odisha bring a welcome surprise - in this week's ISL musings.
Sahal Abdul Samad and Jorge Diaz missed gilt-edged chances to score.
What should scare everyone else is the realisation that this display, all four-goals-and-17638-chances created, was ATK Mohun Bagan in second gear.
Hugo Boumous scored twice on debut, with Roy Krishna and Liston Colaco also amongst the goals for ATK Mohun Bagan.
The traditional ISL kick-off fixture will get things going for the 2021-22 season.
We look at key factors for each of the 11 teams in the Indian Super League this season.
Bio-bubbles again, Goa again, but a whole host of changes to the teams - here's how things stack up ahead of the new season.
The first Kolkata derby will be on November 27.
East Bengal supporters clashed over the impasse between East Bengal and investors Shree Cement.
Vukomanovic, who replaces Kibu Vicuna, has a wealth of experience coaching in Belgium, Slovakia and Cyprus.
The clubs can't sign new players in the transfer window because of non-payment of dues to former recruits.
The two finalists make the bulk of the team, but who else makes the cut?
With the ISL league stage over, we take a look at how each team has performed this season.
A dramatic final day saw Mumbai and Goa get the job done.
Goals from Suhair VP and Lalengmawia helped NEUFC confirm a place in the top four a 2-0 win over Kerala Blasters.
The decision comes after the Blasters were knocked out of playoff contention with a 4-0 loss to Hyderabad.
The win also helped Hyderabad go third, and regain control of their own playoff hopes.
PLUS: Northeast in sight of playoffs and Kerala Blasters' porous defence in this week's ISL musings.
A Diego Mauricio brace helped Odisha FC draw 2-2 with the Kerala Blasters.
PLUS: Odisha's prompt action and Chennaiyin's goalscoring concerns in this week's ISL musings.
Goals from Bipin Singh and Adam Le Fondre saw Mumbai City come from behind to beat Kerala Blasters 2-1.