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Top 10 biggest wins in ISL history

Published at :November 15, 2022 at 1:49 AM
Modified at :December 13, 2023 at 1:01 PM
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FC Goa has secured the highest margin on most occasions.

Indian Super League (ISL) is popular for being entertaining and competitive at the same time. Usually, the matches are close between the teams and it is hard to predict which outfit is going to come out on top. However, there have been occasions over the years where a winning team went on to secure the victory by a considerable margin.

From the iconic fixture between FC Goa and Mumbai City back in 2015 to many more, ISL has seen plenty of wins with huge score margins. Here is a look at the top 10 biggest wins in the history of the premier league competition of India.

10. FC Pune City 5 - 0 NorthEast United

FC Pune City (discontinued) was part of the ISL for many years. Back on 30 December 2017, they defeated NorthEast United by a 5-0 score. Marcelinho scored a fabulous hat-trick for the victors while Ashique Kuruniyan and Adil Khan also netted a goal each. 

9. FC Goa 5 - 0 Mumbai City

Miguel Palanca. (Courtesy: Nutra Supplements)

Before the City Football Group took over the Islanders, they were not as strong in the ISL. In a clash between FC Goa and Mumbai City during the 2018-19 season, the Gaurs won by 5-0. Miguel Palanca got a brace for FC Goa while Edu Bedia and Ferran Corominas (Coro) got their names on the scorecard as well.

8. ATK 5 - 0 Hyderabad FC

ATK was a strong team even before merging with Mohun Bagan in the ISL. Before Manolo Marquez arrived at HFC, they had a difficult inaugural season in the league. On 25 October 2019, ATK beat Hyderabad FC by 5-0 thanks to goals from Edu Garcia (2), David Williams (2) and Roy Krishna. 

7. Jamshedpur FC 0 - 5 FC Goa

Jamshedpur FC was demolished by FC Goa in their own backyard by a 5-0 margin on 19 February 2020. Hugo Boumous got a brace while Ferran Corominas, Jackichand Singh and Mourtada Fall were the other scorers for the Gaurs. 

6. NorthEast United 0 - 5 Hyderabad FC

Hyderabad FC won the 2022-23 Indian Super League Trophy. Last season the Nizams registered brilliant performances and would have also bagged the ISL Trophy. However, their 5-0 win over NorthEast United was one of the many impressive wins on their road to greatness. The game saw a brace from Bartholomew Ogbeche while Edu Garcia, Nikhil Poojary and Akash Mishra scored a goal each.

5. Chennaiyin FC 0 - 5 FC Goa

Jorge Ortiz displays his trademark celebration against Chennaiyin FC. (Courtesy: ISL Media)

FC Goa has a habit of inflicting huge losses on their opponents and a 5-0 win over Chennaiyin FC is one of the recent ones from the collection. Back on 9 February 2022, the Gaurs beat the Marina Machans with a margin of five goals thanks to a hat-trick by Jorge Ortiz, one goal from Makan Winkle Chothe and an own goal by Narayan Das.

4. Mumbai City 6 - 1 Kerala Blasters

Mumbai City scored six past Kerala Blasters in a 6-1 win on 16 December 2018. In an incredible performance, Modou Sougou scored four goals during the game. Rafael Bastos and Matías Mirabaje also scored for the Islanders while Seiminlen Doungel netted a consolatory goal for KBFC.

3. Odisha FC 1 - 6 Mumbai City

On 24 February 2021, Mumbai City displayed a gorgeous football to demolish Odisha FC by a 6-1 scoreline. Sergio Lobera’s men took the convincing win, thanks to strikes from Bipin Singh (3), Bartholomew Ogbeche (2) and Cy Goddard.

2. Hyderabad FC 6 - 1 Odisha FC

The 2021-22 season of the ISL finally saw HFC evolve into a team to fear. Manolo Marquez’s men beat Odisha FC by 6-1 on 28 December 2021. Hector Rodas and Juanan each scored own goals before HFC scored five goals without reply, courtesy of Bartholomew Ogbeche (2), Edu Garcia, Javier Siverio and Joao Victor.

1. FC Goa 7 - 0 Mumbai City

Dudu Omagbemi celebrates after scoring against Mumbai City. (Courtesy: ISL Media)

The record for the biggest win in ISL is owned by FC Goa. They defeated Mumbai City by 7-0 and the margin of seven goals remains the biggest in the history of the competition. The iconic fixture took place on 17 November 2015. Semboi Haokip and Dudu Omagbemi scored brilliant hattricks for the Gaurs while Reinaldo scored the other. 

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