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2020-21 Indian Super League, Regular Season
  • Aridane (8')
  • Roland Alberg (74')
  • Konsham Singh (5')
  • Manvir Singh (57')
  • Pritam Kotal (90'+3')

ISL 2020-21: 10-man Hyderabad FC hold ATK Mohun Bagan to draw

Pritam Kotal scores for ATK Mohun Bagan vs Hyderabad FC. Faheem Hussain / Sportzpics for ISL

Despite trailing twice in a high-pressure clash, league leaders ATK Mohun Bagan fought their way out as they played out a thrilling 2-2 draw against 10-man Hyderabad at the Tilak Maidan on Monday.

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Aridane Santana (8') put Hyderabad up ahead before Manvir Singh (57') restored parity for ATKMB. HFC once again took the lead through substitute Roland Aalberg (75') before Pritam Kotal (90+2') found the net late on to help Bagan snatch a crucial point.

The result effectively means that Bagan will have to wait for either Mumbai City FC to drop points in their next game or deny the Islanders a win in their last game to secure the League Winners Shield. A win here would have handed Bagan the title.

Hyderabad made a disastrous start to the game as Chinglensana Singh was sent off in the fifth minute.

Running onto a knockdown from Roy Krishna, David Williams raced towards goal with only the keeper to beat before being brought down by Chinglensana outside the box. The center-back was immediately handed his marching orders.

But it was Hyderabad who broke the deadlock three minutes later. Santana pounced on a loose back pass from Kotal and squeezed a first time shot past keeper Arindam Bhattacharya and the diving Subhasish Bose.

With a numerical advantage, ATKMB eventually grew into the game but HFC's defence stood tall. Keeper Laxmikant Kattimani hardly broke a sweat as Bagan failed to register a single shot on target in the opening half.

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Hyderabad made a disastrous start to the game as Chinglensana Singh was sent off in the fifth minute.

Running onto a knockdown from Roy Krishna, David Williams raced towards goal with only the keeper to beat before being brought down by Chinglensana outside the box. The center-back was immediately handed his marching orders.

But it was Hyderabad who broke the deadlock three minutes later. Santana pounced on a loose back pass from Kotal and squeezed a first time shot past keeper Arindam Bhattacharya and the diving Subhasish Bose.

With a numerical advantage, ATKMB eventually grew into the game but HFC's defence stood tall. Keeper Laxmikant Kattimani hardly broke a sweat as Bagan failed to register a single shot on target in the opening half.