Indian Super League (ISL) Match week 15 of this season furthered proved the fact that ISL 2022-23 is the best football league in India. Pulsating action, unlimited entertainment, and above all, good football was played in this Match week of ISL 2022-23.
NorthEast United FC fought valiantly to salvage a point from their draw with FC Goa. Wilmar Jordan scored twice from the spot to further stamp his authority in the team as a good player. ATK Mohun Bagan gave their all but eventually succumbed to a 0-1 loss at the hands of the table-toppers Mumbai City FC.
East Bengal FC once again failed to consolidate their lead after an opening goal from Cleiton Silva. Stephen Constantine’s boys went down 1-2 at the Salt Lake Stadium against Jamshedpur FC. Hyderabad FC scored a late goal to somehow draw against Chennaiyin FC. Bartholomew Ogbeche is back to scoring goals for fun in the ISL and he is surely a contender for the Golden Boot award. This award is given to the leading goal-scorer in the top-tier football league of India.
Simon Grayson’s Bengaluru FC finally salvaged a win after a good display at the Shree Kanteerava Stadium in Bengaluru. They defeated Odisha FC 3-1 and are now 4 points above East Bengal FC in the ISL 2022-23 points table.
In this article, we take a look at the highlights and statistics of ISL 2022-23 so far:
- Cleiton Silva (East Bengal FC)-9 goals
- Greg Stewart (Mumbai City FC)- 7 assists
Most Shots on Target
Greg Stewart (Mumbai City FC)- 27
Most Clean Sheets
- Phurba Lachenpa (Mumbai City FC)- 6 clean sheets
- Laxmikant Kattimani (Hyderabad FC)- 5 clean sheets
- Vishal Kaith (ATK Mohun Bagan)- 5 clean sheets
Most Successful Tackles
- Ahmed Jahuoh (Mumbai City FC)- 32 tackles
- Ivan Kaliuzhnyi (Kerala Blasters FC)- 27 tackles
- Ivan Gonzalez (East Bengal FC)- 22 tackles
- Naorem Roshan Singh (Bengaluru FC)- 22 tackles
- Aakash Sangwan (Chennaiyin FC)- 21 tackles
- Akash Mishra (Hyderabad FC)- 21 tackles
- Subhashish Bose (ATK Mohun Bagan)- 21 tackles
Most Goals by a Team
- Mumbai City FC- 41 goals
- Hyderabad FC- 28 goals
- Chennaiyin FC- 24 goals
- FC Goa- 23 goals
- Kerala Blasters FC- 22 goals