ISL 2018-19: Five matches that went down to the wire

Here are five matches from this season of the Indian Super League 2018-19 season that had us on the edge of our seats.

After Chhangte put Delhi Dynamos 2-1 up with just 20 minutes to go, FC Goa scored two late goals in eight minutes to snatch a 3-2 victory. Substitute Brandon Fernandes made an immediate impact when he struck a powerful shot from the edge of the box into the back of the net in the 82nd minute. Edu Bedia glanced a fine header into the net to seal the match for FC Goa in the 89th minute. In picture: Edu Bedia celebrates after scoring. Photo: ISL MEDIA
NorthEast United FC makes the first of its many appearances on this list. Kerala Blasters seemed to have sealed a much-needed victory after Matej Poplatnik's 73rd minute strike. But Bartholomew Ogbeche's 93rd minute penalty brought things level. NorthEast United completed an incredible comeback with a last-minute volley from Juan Mascia. Photo: ISL MEDIA
Chencho Gyeltshen, who had an unsuccessful season at Bengaluru FC, made his biggest contribution to his team in a 2-1 win against NorthEast United FC. Federico Gallego had equalised for NorthEast after a Mislav Komorski own goal put BFC ahead. NorthEast had many chances to take the lead but a stunning overhead kick from Chencho put things beyond it. The win took BFC to the top of the table, three points clear of Mumbai City FC. Photo: ISL MEDIA
Daniel Lalhlimpuia was the hero with two late goals as Delhi Dynamos came from behind to defeat Bengaluru FC, which lost its second successive match. Ulises Davila gave Delhi the early lead, but Boithang Haokip brought BFC level. Sunil Chhetri scored in the 72nd minute to give BFC the lead and it should have seen out the match but, assisted by some poor defending, Daniel scored twice in four minutes and secured an unlikely victory for Delhi.
Bengaluru FC would have been content with a 1-1 draw in Guwahati which would give it an away goal advantage before the semifinal second leg in Bengaluru. However, NorthEast United FC and Juan Mascia had other plans. The Highlanders won a free-kick in the dying minutes of the game and BFC's Harmanjot Singh Khabra was adjudged to have brought down Mascia in the box as the ball went in. Mascia slotted the ball in the top-right corner to inject his team with hopes of reaching its first ISL final. It was not to be, however, as Bengaluru defeated it 3-0 in the second leg to win the tie on a 4-2 aggregate score and reach its second successive final. Photo: ISL MEDIA