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Mumbai suffer 4th straight loss at home

DNMUM407587 | 2/12/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :443



A late goal by Mailson Alves earned Chennaiyin FC a 1-1 draw against Delhi Dynamos in their ISL game at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi on Sunday. Even though Chennaiyin continue to be in the top four with 24 points, the draw only means their life in rest of season would be even more difficult to secure semis spot. Stopwatch: Delhi Dynamos FC 1 (Uche 59-pen) drew Chennaiyin FC 1 (Alves 81)Mumbai: An erroneous deflection from Raju Gaikwad and a beautifully-taken finish from Marcelinho made all the difference as FC Pune City beat Mumbai City 2-0 in the Maharashtra derby here on Sunday. The win keeps The Stallions in second place, three points ahead of third-placed Jamshedpur FC and five behind table-toppers Bengaluru FC.
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