In the thrilling semi-final match of the Indian Super League, Mumbai City FC defeated FC Goa and marched to the final for the first time in the history of the tournament. The winner of the match didn’t decide in the regular time as the match resulted in a draw. Then the extra time and penalty shootout were implemented to decide the winner and the finalist of the 2021 edition of the Indian Super League. So without making any further delay let’s dive into the article to check out the complete details of the match between Mumbai City FC versus FC Goa in the semi-final match.
As I mentioned above, the winner of the match Wasn’t decided in the regular time as the match was drawn then the referee added extra time to decide the winner of the match. There was no result in the extra time as well and then it was pushed into the penalty shootout.
FC Goa assigned the task to Naveen Kumar who was on reserve and Mumbai City FC decided to go with Phurba Lachenpa. The drama was continued as the winner of the match was also not decided in the penalty shootout as well. Both the teams and its management were under huge pressure and Mumbai City FC missed a couple of opportunities to score goals and that made the reason to extend the match into the sudden death and that happened for the first time in the tournament.
Finally, Mumbai City FC scored a goal and booked their spot for the final of the Year and the team is entering into the final of this particular tournament for the first time in the history. The opponent of the Mumbai City FC will be decided today when ATK Mohun Bagan will take on Northeast United.
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