Matchweek 20 of the Indian Super League (ISL) Fantasy saw plenty of action, with multiple high-owned players racking up points as teams like Odisha FC and Kerala Blasters FC played twice. Star players such as Rafael Crivellaro, Mourtada Fall, Dimitri Petratos, Dimitrios Diamantakos, Akash Mishra, Jorge Diaz, and Amrinder Singh, who feature in the top 10 list of highest point scorers this season, all delivered impressive performances, rewarding their managers.

The previous Matchweek also witnessed some unexpected outcomes, with Chennaiyin FC and East Bengal FC staging thrilling comeback victories against Mohun Bagan Super Giant and Kerala Blasters FC respectively, thereby keeping their playoff hopes alive. League leaders Mumbai City FC and Odisha FC also secured wins, intensifying their battle for the league Shield.

Aside from the returning top performers, let's take a closer look at the top five highest point scorers from the last Matchweek.

Saul Crespo (East Bengal FC) - 12 points

Crespo showcased his attacking prowess once again by netting a brace against Kerala Blasters FC, marking his second consecutive game finding the back of the net, following his goal against Mohun Bagan SG. His impactful performance played a crucial role in East Bengal FC's remarkable comeback victory in Kochi, where he consistently posed a threat in and around the box. 

Crespo's pivotal contribution included converting a penalty to secure the equaliser just before half-time and he scored another goal with a precise strike from close range in the second half. Since his return from injury in March, the midfielder has been in outstanding form, contributing with goals.

Mehtab Singh (Mumbai City FC) - 12 points 

Singh played a crucial role in Mumbai City FC's dominant performance against Hyderabad FC on their away turf, proving influential at both offensive and defensive ends. Not only did he secure his first goal of the season with a perfectly executed header from close range, but Singh also exhibited defensive solidity, thwarting opposition attacks effectively to help his team keep a clean sheet. His exceptional performance in both facets of the game earned him a total of 12 points, highlighting his versatility and impact on the pitch.

Jerry Lalrinzuala (Odisha FC) - 11 points

Lalrinzuala, owned by only five percent of managers, made a significant impact in both of his fixtures, resulting in double-digit points. During the goalless draw against Bengaluru FC, he played a pivotal role in helping his team secure a clean sheet, earning six points. Although his team couldn't maintain a clean sheet in the win against Punjab FC, Lalrinzuala contributed an assist for Diego Mauricio's opening goal, which added five points to his tally from that game.

Mourtada Fall (Odisha FC) - 11 points

Fall, another standout performer for Odisha FC in the previous Matchweek, delivered a stellar performance, earning a commendable 12 points. As the highest-owned player from the Odisha FC squad, the Senegalese defender proved his worth once again. Securing his third double-digit haul of the season, Fall matched Lalrinzuala's tally by earning six points for his contribution to a clean sheet against Punjab FC. 

Additionally, he also provided an assist during Odisha FC's victory over Punjab FC, further boosting his points tally for the week.

Diego Mauricio (Odisha FC) - 11 points

Despite being last season's ISL Golden Boot winner, Mauricio hasn't been as popular of a pick in ISL Fantasy this season, with only a 10 percent ownership, compared to his teammate Roy Krishna, who holds a 23 percent ownership. However, in Matchweek 20, Mauricio had a standout performance while Krishna failed to deliver. 

Mauricio was rested during the match against Bengaluru FC, coming off the bench for just six minutes as Krishna led the attack. However, Mauricio started the subsequent game against Punjab FC, replacing Krishna, and made a significant impact by scoring a brace. The Brazilian striker netted goals in both halves, first with a header and then converted from the penalty spot. With these goals, Mauricio increased his season’s tally to nine goals and currently trails Krishna by just three goals as the club's top scorer.