Chennai City pulled off the unthinkable as they stunned East Bengal 2-1 at their home. The defeat shocked the Red and Gold who received a major jolt in the journey to the apex.
East Bengal took the lead in the first half which canceled out after the lemon break. Rehenesh TP did a blunder in front of the goal to concede the goal.
The away side threw away multiple chances to score the winner and got penalised when Chennai scored yet another in the dying moments of the match to register a memorable win.
In the headlining match of the game week, rivals Bengaluru FC and Mohun Bagan locked horns. The Green and Maroon, who are still very much in the title race where yet again held for a draw by Bengaluru.
The match ended in a goalless draw with a little pinch of controversy. Katsumi Yusa's strike was ruled out which infuriated the Bagan fans.
League leaders Aizawl FC blew away 2 goals lead against Minerva Punjab FC as the match ended in a 2-2 draw.
Here are some photos from I-League game week 14
Chennai City FC players (Image courtesy: I-League Twitter handle)
Chennai City FC pulled off one of the biggest upset in the I-League as they defeated giants East Bengal 2-1.
Udanta Singh (blue jersey) against Anas Edathodika (Image courtesy: Bengaluru FC Twitter handle)
Bengaluru FC and Mohun Bagan played out a goalless draw at the Shree Kanteerava Stadium, Bengaluru.
Katsumi Yusa (centre) (Image courtesy: Mohun Bagan Twitter handle)
Katsumi Yusa's goal was ruled out by the referee which sparked controversy in the Bengaluru FC Vs Mohun Bagan match.
DSK Shivajians players celebrate (Image courtesy: DSK Shivajians Twitter handle)
DSK Shivajians routed state rivals Mumbai FC 5-0 at Pune to add misery to Mumbai FC's woes. Mumbai FC after this defeat are now on the verge of getting relegated.
Churchill Brothers players (Image courtesy: I-League Twitter handle)
After winning their last 3 matches against Bengaluru FC, Mohun Bagan and East Bengal, Churchill Brothers' winning streak finally ended as they were held for a goalless draw by Lajong.