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Chennaiyin leave it late, beat ATK 3-2

DNMUM402643 | 12/8/2017 | Author : DNA Corresponden | WC :197

INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE

Mumbai: Chennaiyin FC recorded a hat-trick of victories but left it too late in that as they upstaged ATK 3-2 to go atop the ISL standings at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Chennai on Thursday.
Jeje Lalpekhlua was the hero for Chennaiyin FC as he struck a brace including the winner in the first minute of stoppage time.
Jeje scored the opening goal in the 65th minute but the goal was cancelled out by Zequinha (77th minute).
Inigo Calderon then struck with just six minutes on the clock for Chennaiyin FC, only for Njazi Kuqi to level scores in the 89th minute.
Jeje then proved why he is the leading Indian goalscorer in the ISL.
This was Chennaiyin’s third victory in a row and the second time they have secured full
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