ISL 2022-23 Playoffs: History Of ISL Semi-Final Match Between Bengaluru FC & Mumbai City FC, Head To Head, Most Goals

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Bengaluru FC take on Mumbai City FC in the second leg of the 1st semi-final of the ongoing Indian Super League (ISL) 2022-23. The match will be played at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium in Bengaluru and is slated to begin from 7:30 PM (IST).

The Blues have an edge coming into this game as they won the 1st leg, 1-0. Sunil Chhetriโ€™s header was the deciding factor as the away team took a brilliant lead and eventually won the game.

Mumbai City FC slumped to their 3rd defeat on the trot. It feels like they have become a tad complacent after their ISL League Shield victory.

Twice in the past three games, the Islanders have lost to Bengaluru FC. And that will act as a psychological barrier when they take the field in front of a packed Kanteerava Stadium.

In this article, we take a look at the history and statistics between the two clubs in ISL:

History of Bengaluru FC & Mumbai City FC

It was Simon Graysonโ€™s side who stopped the Mumbai juggernaut in ISL 2022-23. For 17 games, Des Buckinghamโ€™s Mumbai City FC were unbeaten and it was Bengaluru FC who broke their streak.

It will be interesting to see if Sunil Chhetri gets into the starting XI. The talismanic skipper has scored 2 goals in the last 2 matches.

Head-to-head (Across all competitions)

Mumbai City FC: 6

Bengaluru FC: 7

Draws: 1

Most Goals (ISL 2022-23)

Mumbai City FC

Jorge Pereyra Diaz- 11 goals

Bengaluru FC

Sivasakthi Narayanan- 6 goals

Where to watch the Bengaluru FC vs Mumbai City FC ISL 2022-23 match on TV in India?

The Bengaluru FC vs Mumbai City FC ISL 2022-23 match will be telecasted live on the Star Sports network in India.

Where to watch the live streaming of Bengaluru FC vs Mumbai City FC ISL 2022-23 match in India?

The Bengaluru FC vs Mumbai City FC ISL 2022-23 match will be lived streamed on the Disney+ Hotstar application in India.

Squads

Bengaluru FC

Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, Lara Sharma, Amrit Gope, Alan Costa, Namgyal Bhutia, Parag Shrivas, Wungngayam Muirang, Prabir Das, Hira Mondal, Sandesh Jhingan, Aleksandar Jovanovic, Bruno Ramires, Jayesh Rane, Suresh Wangjam, Danish Farooq, Rohit Kumar, Biswa Darjee, Javi Hernandez, Sunil Chhetri, Prince Ibara, Udanta Singh, Sivasakthi Narayanan, Leon Augustine, Roy Krishna, Faisal Ali.

Mumbai City FC

Phurba Lachenpa, Mohammad Nawaz, Ravi Kumar, Vikram Lakhbir Singh, Rahul Bheke, Amey Ranawade, Mehtab Singh, Mohamad Rakip, Vignesh Dakshinamurthy, Mourtada Fall, Valpuia, Mandar Rao Desa, Gyamar Nikum, Cassio Gabriel, Bradden Inman, Ahmed Jahouh, Raynier Fernandes, Vinit Rai, Naorem Tndomba Singh, Chanso Horam, Asif Khan, Apuia Ralte, Gyamar Nikum, Vikram Partap Singh, Igor Angulo, Pranjal Bhumij, Bipin Singh, Greg Stewart, Lallianzuala Chhangte.

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