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Mumbai City FC aim for final punch

Mumbai City finished the first leg with a 2-2 draw, despite Goa taking the lead on two occasions
After securing the league winners shield for the first time, Mumbai City will hope to achieve another feat in what has been an incredible season.
After securing the league winners shield for the first time, Mumbai City will hope to achieve another feat in what has been an incredible season.
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PTI   |   Bambolim   |   Published 08.03.21, 01:10 AM

Table-toppers Mumbai City FC will look to deliver the final punch when they take on a depleted FC Goa in the second leg of their semi-final here on Monday and earn a maiden appearance in the ISL final.

After securing the league winners shield for the first time, Mumbai City will hope to achieve another feat in what has been an incredible season.

Mumbai City finished the first leg with a 2-2 draw, despite Goa taking the lead on two occasions. “I am not happy (with the result),” Mumbai coach Sergio Lobera said.

“We had chances to score more goals and we need to be clinical in these situations.”

FC Goa, meanwhile, will be at a slight disadvantage after losing a few key players to injuries in the first leg. The draw in the first leg will seem like a missed opportunity for Juan Ferrando’s side.

“We are not very happy because we wanted to win.”



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