2015 Indian Super League season. Top scorers. Rank. Player. Club. Goals. 1. Stiven Mendoza. Chennaiyin FC. 13. 2. Iain Hume. Atlético de Kolkata. 11. 3. Reinaldo. Goa. 7. Sunil ... Top Indian scorers. Hat-tricks. Clean Sheets.
Mumbai City FC, Pune City FC, Atletico de Kolkata, Chennaiyin FC, Kerala Blasters FC, Goa FC, North East United and Delhi Dynamos are the eight participating teams in this year’s ISL.
ISL 2015 results page on FlashScore.com offers results, ISL 2015 standings and match details.
Indian Super League (ISL) 2015 Fixtures, Schedule, Time-Table in Indian Super League May 31, 2015 4 Comments 1127 Views Indian Super League second edition scheduled has been announced and in the opening match of 2015 ISL season, defending champion Atletico de Kolkata will be facing Chennaiyin FC on 3rd October.
Catch the full fixture list and match schedule of Indian Super League 2015. - Indian Super League Full Fixture List and Match Schedule: Atletico de Kolkata face Chennaiyin FC on opening day of ISL ...
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ISL 2015 Winner: Chennaiyin FC After a shaky start, Marco Materazzi’s Chennaiyin FC scripted an unforeseen comeback after they won 4 games in a row to sneak into the play-offs.
Indian Super League (ISL) Season 2 Winner – Chennaiyin (2015) After getting the immense popularity in season 1 of ISL they are back with season 2 in 2015 with 8 teams and this time they got the new winner of ISL. The 2 nd season of Indian Super League was won by the Chennaiyin. The final match was played on 20 December 2015 between Chennaiyin vs Goa at Fatorda Stadium in Goa which was won by Chennaiyin by 3-2.Chennayin lift up winning trophy of ISL season 2 and won the cash prize of Rs. 8 ...
Indian Super League (ISL) Winner List. 1. Mumbai City FC – Champions of Hero ISL 2020-2021. The seventh edition of the Indian Super League was hosted in Goa and had 11 teams. In total, 115 matches were played; Mumbai City FC earned 25 points from the first ten matches with eight wins.
The final is a one-off match that is held at a neutral ground, with the winner being crowned champions. The Indian Super League has approved the 3+1 rule to help local players actively participate in the league. The rule will be a part of the ISL guidelines from the eighth edition 2021–22.