ISL Semifinals 2024 2nd Leg: Mumbai City FC vs FC Goa – Key Competitions and Playoff Schedule

ISL semi-final 2024

The ISL semifinals, in the broader scheme and context of Indian football, are like wars fought on the field to be won, as multiple teams compete for honor, fame, glory, win, and the opportunity to leave their impression or mark on history. Sports is all about leaving impressions. As fans and football lovers flood the stadium, their screening and cheering combine into a symphony of passion, and excitement, and the air noises with expectation. 2 teams and players are all ready to face off in a contest that will put their strength and courage and determination to the test. Both teams have a rich history and a strong feeling and desire to win the competition.

As we know the stadium is an ocean of feelings and emotions, with fans passionately and excitingly waving flags and banners for their favorite players and in the colors of their favorite clubs. An amazing and energetic atmosphere fills the stadium that is overwhelming for the players and teams as well. As the players take the field and playground, preparing the viewers for a stunning and incredible battle.

Mumbai City breaks the hearts of their fans at the Fatorda Stadium after achieving an amazing comeback against FC Goa in the initial leg of their semifinal battle.

The Islanders almost scored 3 goals in just 7 minutes which is incredible to win 3-2, trailing 0-2 until the last 90th minute, achieving a single-goal benefit that will lead to the 2nd leg of the semifinal tie.

Both the teams are very strong with professional players all around the pitch, and the feeling of competition among the sides was clear in the initial leg. The 2nd leg is meant to have no difference as the two teams are charged and ready to grab a place in the ISL final.

Below are the 3 key competitions to watch out for in the semifinal 2nd leg among the Mumbai City FC and FC Goa.


Jay Gupta vs Lallianzuala Chhangte

A late brace was scored by Lallianzuala Chhangte and he also played an essential role in assisting Mumbai City’s stunning comeback against FC Goa. The player is going to be the primary attacking outlet in regard to Mumbai City during the 2nd leg.

Jay Gupta, the breakthrough and incredible player of FC Goa who has been in highlights and impressive from the first day of his ISL season debut, is going to the in charge of trying to stop the player.


Yoell van Nieff vs Brandon Fernandes

As we know Mumbai was struggling during its first leg, there was only one player who was trying to make everything come back stronger and occur in the middle of the park and that is Yoell van Nieff.

In charge of protecting Mumbai’s backline, the Dutchman, also participated in the attack, achieving 21 final 3rd passes during the 1st leg, it is the most and best that is done by any player during the competition and match ever.


Mehtab Singh vs Noah Sadaoui

Noah Sadaoui sadly was not able to score a single goal during the 1st leg however, as usual, scared in the final 3rd. During 2nd leg, there is no difference regarding the narrative.


Playoffs Schedule

  • Semi-final 1 (1st leg) – Odisha FC vs Mohun Bagan Super Giant – (Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar): 23 April
  • Semi-final 2 (1st leg) – FC Goa vs Mumbai City FC – (Fatorda Stadium, Goa): 24 April
  • Semi-final 1 (2nd leg) – Mohun Bagan Super Giant vs Odisha FC – (Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan, Kolkata): 28 April
  • Semi-final 2 (2nd leg) – Mumbai City FC vs FC Goa – (Mumbai Football Arena, Mumbai): 29 April
  • Final – Winner of Semi-final 1 vs Winner of Semi-final 2 (Home of higher ranked team amongst the Finalists): 4 May

The Indian Super League (ISL) declares that the 23-24 season final was expected on Saturday, 4 May, was going to be performed on the home ground of the maximum and highest ranked team during the league against the finalists. Mohun Bagan defeated Mumbai City on 15 April during a thrilling and very competitive match in order to win the league shield. FC Goa arrived in the 3rd position. The finalists to showcase the ISL final as an outcome are Mumbai, Goa, and Kolkata.

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