FC Goa won their first match in the Indian Super League. Catch all the highlights here (Matchcentre):
21:00 (IST): That is that. Goa have won 2-1 and this is their first victory. Delhi suffer a loss for the first time in the tournament.
20:51 (IST):GOAL! Ozbey puts Goa ahead and that could well be the match.
20:49 (IST): Six minutes of stoppage time added.
20:38 (IST): With 10 minutes of play left, both teams looking to use every ounce of energy left in search of a lead.
20:32 (IST): GOAL! Jewel lobs it over the keeper and it is 1-1 in the 73rd minute.
20:27 (IST): The home team working hard for their first goal. Another shot by Tolgay Ozbey but blocked by Shouvik.
20:20 (IST): Del Piero comes on in the 63rd minute and Delhi surely looking to go on the attack.
20:17 (IST): Amiri sends in a nice throughball to find Romeo in the box who runs past the defender but strike on the goal is saved by the inside of left elbow of Kristof Van Hout.
20:11 (IST): Mandar after keeping good control over the ball inside the box, scoops the ball above the keeper and the crossbar as well.
20:05 (IST): The second half starts and Delhi look to consolidate their lead of 1-0.
19:48 (IST): That is the end of the first half. Delhi lead 1-0 thanks to Junker's 7th minute goal.
19:43 (IST): Romeo crosses the ball inside the box but Jewel misses his kick only to find Mandar whose shot is saved spectacularly by the long legs of Kristof Van Hout. The ball falls in perfectly for Jewel who blasts it out.
19:38 (IST): Bruno Pinheiro putting in a perfect corner but the defense up to their task again and clears the ball for a throw in.
19:34 (IST): Ten minutes left to play in the first half and Delhi are still leading 1-0 vs Goa.
19:27 (IST): Bruno Pinheiro puts in a nice throughball to Miroslav Slepicka who shoots the ball just past the left pole.
19:18 (IST): FC Goa midfielder Romeo gets a nice ball just outside the box and cuts past a defender but then blasts the ball over the goal.
19:14 (IST): The early goal by Delhi has brought a deathly silence among the spectators.
19:09 (IST): GOAL! Mads Junker gives Delhi the lead after a good recovery of the ball in the 7th minute.
19:00 (IST): The match is underway and the home fans give Goa a huge roar of appreciation.
18:55 (IST): The Indian national anthem has been sung and it's time for the action on the field.
18:50 (IST): So it's all set for the clash between FC Goa and Delhi Dynamos.
DELHI IN SEARCH OF FIRST AWAY WIN
Having remained unbeaten so far, Delhi Dynamos will be looking to post their first away victory when they lock horns with winless FC Goa in the Indian Super League at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Fatorda on Saturday.
With one win and three draws, Delhi Dynamos are placed fourth in the table with six points.
They had scored an impressive 4-1 win against Chennaiyin FC at home, but received a setback when they were held to a goal-less draw by NorthEast United in their last match in Delhi.
On the other hand, FC Goa have just one point from their four matches and are placed at the bottom of the table. They will have an uphill task at hands on Saturday when they face a team having a strong defence and good attack. (Read: Delhi Dynamos Look for First Away Win Against FC Goa)
HONOURS SHARED WITH NORTHEAST UNITED
Young NorthEast United FC goalkeeper TP Rehenesh made three spectacular saves to deny Delhi Dynamos a win as the the two sides settled for a goal-less stalemate after an entertaining Indian Super League match here on Wednesday.
The 21-year-old Rehenesh denied Delhi captain Alessandro del Piero in what could have been his first goal of the ISL in the 39th minute as he he dived full length to his right after the Italian legend's free kick had beaten the defensive wall.
The Kerala goalkeeper then made diving saves to deny Delhi striker Hans Mulder twice -- in the 87th and 90th minutes -- much to the agony of the home supporters.
With the draw, Delhi Dynamos remained on fourth in the league standings with six points from four matches while NorthEast also maintained their third spot with eight points from five games. (Read: Delhi Dynamos Play Out Hard Draw With NorthEast United)
GOA GO DOWN TO PUNE
A striker always remains a striker is what David Trezeguet showed when he rolled back all those years with an opportunistic strike to help FC Pune City register their maiden win beating FC Goa by 2-0 in the Indian Super League here on Sunday.
It was an evening of World Cuppers as Trezeguet's 81st minute strike was preceded by Greece World Cupper Kostas Katsouranis' side volley in the 41st minute which gave the home team lead at the Balewadi Stadium.
For Goa and their high-profile manager Zico, things seemed to be getting from bad to worse as they have now lost three out of their four matches and are languishing at the bottom of the table. FC Pune City with this win moved upto fifth place in the table. (Read: David Trezeguet Fires as FC Pune City Beat FC Goa 2-0 to Record Maiden Win)