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Mumbai City FC became only the 2nd side in the history of the Indian Super League to top the league table and then go on to win the ISL title after Bengaluru FC a couple of years ago. Mumbai City FC were crowned champions of ISL 2020-21 as they sealed their maiden trophy after beating ATK Mohun Bagan 2-1 in the final at the Fatorda Stadium in Margoa on Saturday.


It's the first winner's medal for Sergio Lobera as the Spanish coach led Mumbai City FC to a dream finish in the ISL 2020-21 season. On the other hand, Antonio Habas's perfect record in ISL final came to an end as ATK Mohun Bagan end the season without managing to beat Lobera's side even once.


Sergio Lobera's men made it two trophies in two weeks becoming just the second team to top the group phase and win the title. Bipin Singh scored a 90th-minute winner after a Tiri own goal (29') had dragged Mumbai level. Bagan had earlier taken the lead through David Williams (18').


Mumbai continued with their usual possession-based football but for Bagan who were out of the blocks early, it was all about surging ahead. While the islanders had over 60% possession in the first quarter, Bagan had more shots on target.


There was an early penalty call when Bipin Singh was challenged in the box by Pritam Kotal, but the referee displayed no interest.

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