This match was between two teams that had nothing to lose and they played like they had nothing to lose. They scored nine goals between themselves, five coming in the first half, four in the second. There were defensive errors all over the place, the most prominent of which was Raju Gaikwad giving away a penalty after getting his hand on the ball for no apparent reason.
But it was also peppered some of the best attacking displays ever seen in this year’s ISL, capped up by the winning goal by Sahil Tavora. The two teams were playing for pride and the scoreline reflects that.