Kolkata heavyweights East Bengal were on Sunday crowned champions of the Super Cup after emerging 3-2 winner in a thrilling final against Odisha FC.
East Bengal vs Odisha FC Highlights, Kalinga Super Cup Final: East Bengal beat Odisha FC 3-2 in extra-time to clinch the Super Cup title on Sunday.
Roy Krishna's brace powered Odisha FC to pull off a dominant 4-1 win over Jamshedpur FC on Friday.
Four teams -- Central Coast Mariners FC (Australia), Phnom Penh Crown FC (Cambodia), Macarthur FC (Australia) and Sabah FC (Malaysia) -- are vying for the ASEAN Zone champions honour.
Reigning champions Odisha FC were on Monday clubbed with last edition runners-up Bengaluru FC in the same group for the Super Cup football tournament to be held in Bhubaneswar from January 9 to 28.
The 12 ISL clubs have gained direct entry into the Super Cup, while the I-League franchises will play the qualifiers to determine the remaining four teams.
Odisha FC bagged their fifth win on a trot in all competitions as they defeated Jamshedpur FC 1-0 in the Indian Super League (ISL).
After defeats against Mohun Bagan Super Giant and Bashundhara Kings, Odisha finally got points on the board in Group D, keeping their hopes of progression to the knockout stage alive
The Indian men's football team had won gold medals at the New Delhi 1951 and Jakarta 1962 Asian Games, while clinching a bronze at Bangkok 1970
Odisha FC were crowned the champions of the Super Cup football tournament after they prevailed over Bengaluru FC 2-1
The Juggernauts kept more possession yet again but could not get the decisive touch as the Mariners kept their fourth clean sheet on the trot.
Jerry Mawihmingthanga scored Odisha FC's 99th Hero ISL goal in the 78th minute to lift the Juggernauts up into second place.
A 96th-minute goal from Nandhakumar Sekar clinched the win for Odisha FC after Chennaiyin FC had scored the equaliser in the 94th minute
Odisha FC made a stunning second half comeback as they beat East Bengal 4-2 in their Indian Super League (ISL) match on Friday
Hyderabad FC extended their lead at the top of the table and grabbed their fourth consecutive clean sheet after beating Odisha FC 1-0 in the Indian Super League on Saturday
Odisha FC picked up their second consecutive win at home as they pipped Bengaluru FC 1-0 to move to the top of the Indian Super League (ISL) table with nine pointson Thursday
Harmanjot Khabra scored in the 35th minute to give the Blasters the lead before Jerry Mawihmingthanga equalised in the 54th minute and team-mate substitute Pedro Martin won it for Odisha in the 86th minute
A Shubam Sarangi own goal and a 94th-minute Bipin Singh strike were enough to secure all three points for the Islanders