Table-toppers FC Goa and second-placed Kerala Blasters FC emerged as the exclusive victors with clean sheets in a low-scoring Matchweek 7 of the Indian Super League (ISL), consisting of just four matches.

Across these fixtures, a mere six goals found the back of the net, including two unfortunate own goals.

The top 10 highest-scoring players of Matchweek 7 predominantly hailed from Kerala Blasters and FC Goa, with the lone exception being Chennaiyin FC’s Ninthoinganba Meetei.

Delving deeper, let's take a closer look at the standout performers who garnered the highest points in the recently concluded Matchweek.

Milos Drincic (Kerala Blasters FC) - 11 Points

Making a comeback after serving a three-game suspension, Drincic displayed a commendable performance at both ends of the pitch.

Kerala Blasters FC secured a crucial win against Hyderabad FC, and Drincic played a pivotal role in this victory, earning an impressive 11 points.

His contribution included finding the back of the net from open play and orchestrating the defence to nullify the opposition's attacks.

Sachin Suresh (Kerala Blasters FC) - 7 Points

Once again, Sachin Suresh proved to be a reliable presence between the sticks for Kerala Blasters FC.

His standout performance helped the team register its second clean sheet of the season.

Sachin's efforts earned him seven points, comprising valuable points for the clean sheet and three significant saves.

Remarkably, he has emerged as the most transferred-in player for Matchweek 8, having consistently garnered seven points or more in four out of Kerala Blasters FC's seven games till now.

Arshdeep Singh (FC Goa) - 6 Points

Arshdeep Singh, FC Goa's goalkeeper, had a relatively quiet game against Jamshedpur FC but managed to secure his fourth clean sheet of the campaign.

Singh has emerged as Manolo Marquez's first-choice goalkeeper and is currently leading the race for the Golden Glove award this season.

His consistent performances have provided a sense of reliability for fantasy managers, and his clean sheet against Jamshedpur FC added to his growing tally of points.

Adrian Luna (Kerala Blasters FC) - 6 Points

Adrian Luna continued to be a gift for ISL Fantasy managers, showcasing his versatility in playmaking.

Despite not finding the back of the net, Luna contributed significantly by setting up Milos Drincic's goal and maintaining a clean sheet.

His well-rounded performance earned him six points, adding to his impressive track record of six attacking returns in seven games.

As the most-owned player in the game, Luna once again proved his worth to the multitude of ISL Fantasy managers who entrusted him with the captaincy.

Jay Gupta (FC Goa) - 6 Points

In Matchweek 7, Jay Gupta was the most brought-in player, and the FC Goa defender rewarded the managers who brought him in.

Gupta's defensive display contributed to a clean sheet, earning him six points.

Despite being available at a budget-friendly price of Rs 3.7 Cr, Gupta has been a consistent performer, delivering returns in five out of FC Goa's six games.

FC Goa’s defensive trio of Sandesh Jhingan, Odei Onaindia, Seriton Fernandes and Kerala Blasters FC defenders Pritam Kotal, Naocha Singh and Ruivah Hormipam also registered six points for their clean sheets in Matchweek 7.

Harmanjot Khabra of East Bengal FC secured six points for his role in keeping a clean sheet, being substituted just before his team conceded a late goal against Chennaiyin FC. In a similar vein, Bengaluru FC's captain, Sunil Chhetri, contributed six points and stood out as the sole forward to find the net in Matchweek 7.