Seityesen Singh scored the opening goal for 'The Highlanders' in the 60th minute which was double by striker Romaric in the 71st minute. [NEUFC beat DD 2-1 to keep semis hopes alive]
Just when everybody thought that match would end as it is, Delhi's Marcelinho pulled one back to make things interesting at the last moment.
NorthEast thankfully did not concede anymore and took away full 2 points from the game. They are now tied at 19 points with Kerala Blasters.
The final match of the league stage will feature NorthEast and Kerala in a virtual knock-out match. While a draw will be enough to send Kerala through, the John Abraham owned side will have to win it.
Here are some photos from the match:
Seityasen Singh (left)
Seityasen Singh celebrates after scoring the opening goal for NorthEast United FC.
Romaric celebrates after scoring the second goal for NorthEast United FC which later proved to be the decisive goal.
Top scorer of ISL this season, Brazilian striker Marcelinho on his way to score the consolation goal for the Delhi outfit.
John Abraham (left)
NorthEast United FC co-owner John Abraham (left) celebrates with the team after the win against Delhi Dynamos.
NorthEast United FC players
NorthEast United FC players celebrates after winning the must win game against Delhi Dynamos.
All photos are taken from Indian Super League official Twitter handle