Coming to Sunday's game against Kerala Blasters, Hyderabad FC were unbeaten for eight consecutive matches. The loss saw them dropping to the third place in ISL 2021-22 points table.
Hyderabad FC have 16 points from 9 games. They are just one-point short of table-toppers Mumbai City FC who have completed their 10 games. Meanwhile, Kerala Blasters have 14 points from 9 games.
Thanks to the draw, Hyderabad FC have climbed to the top of the table with 16 points from nine matches. Mumbai City also have 16 points, but Hyderabad have a better goal difference. ATK Mohun Bagan are third with 15 points.
Hyderabad FC have 15 points to their credit from the eight games they have played in the Indian Super League 2021-22 so far, while ATK Mohun Bagan have 14 points in their kitty from as many games.
Defending champions Mumbai City slumped to a second defeat in three matches as Odisha FC revived their Indian Super League (ISL) 2021-22 season with a sensational 4-2 win.
The result means Hyderabad remain second in the points table with 15 points from eight games while Odisha are seventh in the table having 10 points from eight matches. Ogbeche is now the top-scorer with eight goals to his name.
With four draws and four defeats, East Bengal remain rooted to the bottom of the 11-team ISL league table. In contrast, Hyderabad moved to second place with 12 points from seven matches.
A win against East Bengal will send high-flying Hyderabad FC within touching distance of ISL 2021-22 leaders Mumbai City FC. Mumbai are on 14 points while Hyderabad are placed fourth at 11 points.
Joel Chianese gave Hyderabad FC the lead in the 54th minute. FC Goa equalised eight minutes later with a brilliant strike from Airan Cabrera in the ISL 2021-22 in Bambolin on Saturday.
Chinglensana Singh, Bartholomew Ogbeche, Aniket Jadhav and Javier Siverio got their names on the scoresheet for Hyderabad FC. They are just two points behind ISL 2021-22 leaders Mumbai City FC.
Check match and telecast details of the Indian Super League (ISL) 2021-22 football match between Hyderabad FC and NorthEast United. The match is scheduled for December 13 with a 7:30 PM IST kick-off.
Bartholomew Ogbeche found the back of the net in the 7th minute as Hyderabad FC dominated proceedings from the off to leave Bengaluru FC at ninth position in ISL 2021-22 with four points from five matches.
Greg Stewart scored a fine solo goal in the 41st minute to give Jamshedpur FC the lead but Bart Ogbeche (56’) found the equaliser for Hyderabad FC after a well-worked move at the edge of the box with Joao Victor.
Mumbai City are fresh from a comfortable victory over FC Goa, as star striker Igor Angulo started off his campaign with a brace. Hyderabad FC lost their ISL 2021-22 season opener to Chennaiyin FC.
Two-time champions, Chennaiyin FC escaped with a 1-0 win against Hyderabad in their opening match of the Indian Super League (ISL) 2021-22. Vladimir Koman scored the all-important goal.
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Hyderabad also promoted a couple of promising youngsters in Mark Zothanpuia and Abdul Rabeeh from the reserve team who will now be a part of the first team squad for the club.
Ghanian forward Rahim Osumanu scored the only goal for defending champions Gokulam Kerala.
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