NorthEast United FC and Mumbai Metropolis FC will kick-off the proceedings within the second match of ISL Season 7 on the Tilak Maidan in Vasco da Gama, Goa. Each the groups didn’t make it to the playoffs final season and can be desirous to get there by starting their marketing campaign on a excessive observe.
NorthEast United FC might be led by Gerard Nus, who is ready to turn out to be the youngest coach to handle a facet in ISL. The 35-year-old has had a nomadic journey to date managing sides in Ghana, Kazakhstan, Spain, England, and Australia earlier than stepping foot in India.
Mumbai Metropolis FC’s head coach Sergio Lobera isn’t any stranger to ISL. Having been on the helm of FC Goa for 3 seasons, his facet reached the playoffs on every event. Nevertheless, they could not elevate the trophy.
NorthEast United FC vs Mumbai Metropolis FC – All you should know
NorthEast United FC vs Mumbai Metropolis FC head-to-head
NorthEast United FC and Mumbai Metropolis FC squared off in opposition to one another a complete of 12 instances, with the previous profitable solely thrice. The Islanders have had the higher hand seven instances with two matches ending on a draw.
Mumbai Metropolis FC’s new recruit Bartholomew Ogbeche will go in opposition to his former facet NorthEast United FC whom he guided to the semi-finals two seasons again. The Nigerian worldwide joins the facet from Kerala Blasters.
Outcomes of final 5 ISL matches between NorthEast United FC and Mumbai Metropolis FC
Within the final encounter between the 2 sides, Mumbai Metropolis FC beat NorthEast United FC by a slim 1-Zero margin courtesy of a aim from Diego Costa. Within the final 5 encounters, the Highlanders have been in a position to decide up just one win over their opponent.
Mumbai Metropolis FC 1-Zero NorthEast United FC- 31 Jan 2020
NorthEast United FC 2-2 Mumbai Metropolis FC- 27 November 2019
Mumbai Metropolis FC 0-2 NorthEast United FC- 13 February 2019
NorthEast United FC 0-1 Mumbai Metropolis FC- 9 November 2018
Mumbai Metropolis FC 3-2 NorthEast United FC- 22 February 2018
Prime Three goalscorers from final season
NorthEast United FC – Asamoah Gyan (4), Redeem Tlang (3), Martin Chaves (3)
Mumbai Metropolis FC – Amine Chermiti (6), Modou Sougou (3), Rowllin Borges (2)
Most clear sheets from final season
NorthEast United FC – 3
Mumbai Metropolis FC – 4
Revealed 21 Nov 2020, 12:32 IST