ISL week 4: Corominas at the double treble, Jeje fires for CFC

Jamshedpur notched up its first goal and win of the season as it came away with all three points from the capital. It was not all smooth sailing for the ISL new entrant when its centre back Andrey Bikey failed to put the visitor ahead from the spot. However, reprieve came four minutes later, as Izu Azuka rose the highest to head home the winner.
This defeat means the Dynamos has lost its last three games in a row and remain ahead of ATK in the ninth position.
A match that lacked any form of creativity in the first 45 minutes burst into life with five goals coming in the second period. Jeje scored his first goals for the season - the second coming in the stoppage time for the winner - to send Chennaiyin into pole position for a day.
For ATK, the defeat came as a crushing blow in an already lacklustre title defence. Its only positive came in the form of return of striker Robbie Keane from a knee injury.
Bengaluru bounced back from defeat to FC Goa in the previous gameweek with a scrappy win over NorthEast United. Miku profited from a mistake from goalkeeper TP Rehenesh to give The Blues the lead in the 47th minute. Bengaluru needed the returning goalkeeper Lalthuammawia Ralte to be in his sublime best to keep the home side at bay. Photo: ISL/SPORTZPICS
FC Goa was involved in a seven-goal thriller for the second week running at the Fatorda with the score-line reading 5-2 on this occasion. The hero for the home side was Ferran Corominas, whose second treble in as many weeks sunk the Blasters. Both sides went into the break all square at 2-2, before Corominas' seven minute madness to put the result beyond the away side's reach. Photo: ISL/SPORTZPICS
It was a rollercoaster of a week for ISL debutant Jamshedpur as it fell to its first loss, against Pune City, days after experiencing the high of its first win. Adil Khan's side footed finish from a Maercelinho cross in the 30th minute was the first goal Jamshedpur conceded in the tournament.
Izu Azuka seemed to equalise at the end of the first half but the striker had erred by moving into an offside position. Pune's Lalchhuanmawia Fanai was sent off late into the game as it held onto a 1-0 win to maintain its good start to the campaign.
Mumbai denied Chennaiyin the chance to go top of the table at the end of the week with a 1-0 win to end the away side's three-match winning run. Achille Emana scored from the spot in a largely uneventful match.
The win, however, puts Mumbai City back into the top half of the points table to continue its push for a top four spot.