December 02, 2021
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Krishna’s ATK suffers first loss in ISL

Fijian wonder boy Roy Krishna’s ATK Mohun Bagan suffered their first defeat in the Indian Super League against Mumbai City by 5-1 this morning.
 
Mumbai City took the early lead with a goal from Vikram Pratap Singh in the fourth minute and later he doubled in the 25th minute. 
 
Mandar's cross was laid down by Fall inside the box and the dangerous marksman Igor Angulo netted the ball for a 3-nil lead at the break.
 
Immediately in the second spell, ATK’s midfielder Deepak Tangri was sent off the field due to an injury which saw Mubai take advantage and Mourtada Fall headed a goal before Bipin Singh added their last goal.
 
ATK pulled a goal in the final minutes through David Williams at full time.
 
By Romeka Romena


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