Bengaluru moved to sixth, Chennaiyin remain fifth a point ahead.
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The 1-1 result keeps both Bengaluru FC and FC Goa in eighth and ninth place respectively in the points table with 14 points each.
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Danish Farooq was BFC's other goalscorer as they won 3-0.
As we cross the half-way mark of the league stage, here's our report card for each of the 11 teams.
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Bengaluru remain eighth in the league while SCEB remain bottom of the table.
Bengaluru moved to eighth in the points table with nine points. Chennaiyin remained on sixth from eight games having 11 points.
Jamshedpur moved to second, while Bengaluru remain tenth.
Roy Krishna, Prince Ibara, Cleiton Silva and Hugo Boumous all found the net in a topsy-turvy encounter.
Devendra Murgaonkar scored the winner for 10-man FC Goa in a pulsating win over Bengaluru FC.
Bengaluru are now ninth with four points in five matches.
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Sunil Chhetri missed a penalty with the scores level, with Mourtada Fall and Ygor Catacau scoring the winners for Mumbai City FC.
Ashique Kuriniyan put BFC in the lead before his own goal levelled things up.
Javi Hernandez scored a brace for Odisha FC, while Sunil Chhetri missed a penalty for Bengaluru FC.
Franco Prce's opener was cancelled out by Peter Hartley.
Bengaluru held the edge in an error-strewn, end-to-end match.
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The first Kolkata derby will be on November 27.
A goalless draw with Bashundhara Kings means this will be a group stage exit at the AFC Cup for Bengaluru FC.
ATK Mohun Bagan saw off a dull Bengaluru FC comfortably to start their AFC Cup campaign with a win.