Chennai City was crowned champions as they defeated Minerva Punjab 3-1



Forbidding to be undermined by the uncertainty surrounding his future, the 2018-19 I-League turns in that way and before Chennai City triumphed Coimbatore Saturday in the way that matches their dominant campaign, the fulcrum of which was a stable soccer based on possession.

The city of Chennai came from behind and took the best of Minerva Punjab 3-1 on the last day of the championship. Chasing the leaders, East Bengal travelers ended in second place after winning Gokulam Kerala 2-1 at Kozikodde.

At Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Roland Bilala gave Minerva Punjab a shock in the third minute. Pedro Manzi, a part of a lethal triannial that served Chennai City with a distinction from their third season, was converted from the spot to pull the parity.

Gaurav Bora's support (69 'and 90 + 3') then sealed the title for the trained Akbar Nawas side.

The city of Chennai reached the top of the table with 43 points, more than East Bengal arrived in the second in another photo. East Bengal's offer to end its 50-year wait for the top flight title continued even after they won their game against Gokulam Kerala.

Mangy finished as the top scorer of the championship, alongside Willis Plaza of the Churchill Brothers with 21 goals.

For Chennai City FC, which was founded by two new owners who love soccer based on the southern metropolis, triumph is nothing less than a dream.

The club presented a huge vision in its short existence, from the appointment and the freedom given to Singapore's coach Nawas.

From research and team building to the season to get to the top European club FC Basel as part of the club owners in a landmark agreement earlier in the year, he had a free hand, and he gave rich dividends.