Celebrating the tenth season of the Indian Super League (ISL), the ISL Fantasy game was enhanced to be bigger and more engaging for fantasy managers. They were given the chance to put on their thinking caps and test their skills in building the perfect team with the launch of the ISL Fantasy game.

Fantasy managers devoted days, hours, and minutes to developing their strategies and setting up their teams each week before the deadline. After an exciting league stage consisting of 22 matchweeks, the fantasy game was extended to include the playoffs stage, offering managers an additional opportunity to win exciting prizes.

The efforts of the managers were richly rewarded with fantasy points throughout the season, with four players crossing the 100-point club. But which players made it to the top 10 list?

Without further ado, let's take a close look at the top 10 players who delivered the most fantasy points in the ISL 2023-24 season.

1. Noah Sadaoui (FC Goa) – 113 Points

Following a remarkable debut campaign during the 2022-23 season, Sadaoui continues to make a name for himself as he finishes the season as the highest-scoring Fantasy player with 113 points. Despite being listed as a midfielder, he operated in an advanced position, which also helped him notch more attacking returns and get rewarded with an extra point for scoring as a midfielder. The Moroccan ended the season with 11 goals while assisting on five more for his teammates.

His notable performance came against Hyderabad FC when he bagged a hat-trick upon coming off the bench in the second half. In the second match of that same Matchweek 21, he racked up ten more points, finishing with 26 points in the week, the highest scored by any player in a single week. His consistent performance made him a must-have asset for fantasy managers.

2. Dimitri Petratos (Mohun Bagan Super Giant) – 111 Points

Dimitri Petratos once again proved how valuable he is for the Kolkata side. For a second season running, the Australian forward racked up a double-digit goal-scoring mark. He played a pivotal role for Mohun Bagan Super Giant in their League Shield run and the playoffs, where they finished runners-up.

Petratos was a consistent performer for the side, appearing in 23 matches throughout the season. His best run of form was from Matchweek 17 to the semi-final 1st leg, providing an attacking return in each of these weeks. Petratos finished the season with 10 goals and seven assists, bringing his total point tally to 111 points, just two points behind first-placed Noah Sadaoui.

3. Madih Talal (Punjab FC) – 107 Points

Madih Talal made quite an impact in his debut season for the newly promoted ISL side Punjab FC. The French playmaker seamlessly adapted to the league as the season progressed. Week after week, he showcased his quality and consistency, leaving a lasting impression.

Talal netted six goals and led the league in assists with 10, accumulating an impressive total of 107 points, ranking him third overall. His standout performance of the season, in terms of fantasy points, came against East Bengal FC in their final league game, where he notched two assists and a goal, earning him 13 points.

4. Roy Krishna (Odisha FC) – 100 Points

Fantasy managers faced a delightful dilemma when selecting the best attacking option from Odisha FC, as both Krishna and Diego Mauricio consistently delivered impressive performances. However, Krishna emerged as the standout choice between the two, thanks in part to his exceptional mid-season form.

Krishna's remarkable surge saw him net seven goals from Matchweek 12 to Matchweek 14, taking advantage of Odisha FC's double fixtures in both Matchweek 12 and Matchweek 14. His resurgence with the Kalinga Warriors resulted in 13 points scored and three assists, culminating in a total of 100 fantasy points by the end of the campaign.

5. Lallianzuala Chhangte (Mumbai City FC) – 98 Points

Lallianzuala Chhangte stood out as the top choice among Mumbai City FC's array of attackers. Despite a mid-season slump in form, Chhangte rallied during the crucial phase of the season, playing a key role in their ISL Cup triumph. Finishing the season with 16 goal contributions for the second consecutive year, he showcased his consistency.

With 10 goals and six assists to his name, the winger amassed 98 points by the end of the campaign, making him the only Indian player to secure a place in the top-five list. Notably, this marked the first time an Indian player achieved double-digit goals in consecutive seasons.

6. Amey Ranawade (Odisha FC) – 96 Points

After missing out on the entire ISL season last year due to injury, Ranawade revitalized himself this season under his former head coach. The full-back made a loan move to Odisha FC, reuniting with Sergio Lobera, and became an ever-reliable figure in the right-back position. His dominating performances throughout the season made him the top-scoring defender in ISL fantasy.

Not only was Ranawade solid in defence, but he also provided valuable contributions upfront. His tally of 96 points came with the help of one goal, six assists, and eight clean sheets.

7. Jay Gupta (FC Goa) – 95 Points

Jay Gupta quickly became a necessity for fantasy managers with his stellar performances in the initial half of the season. Making his debut in the ISL, Gupta emerged as a standout player for Manolo Marquez's team.

Priced at a modest 3.5 CR, the full-back proved to be a valuable asset, rewarding his owners with both defensive and offensive points. Gupta accumulated an impressive 42 points within the first eight Matchweeks alone. His consistent contributions throughout the season culminated in a total of 95 points, highlighted by 2 goals, 3 assists, and 9 clean sheets.

8. Jason Cummings (Mohun Bagan Super Giant) – 92 Points

With the promise he showed from the outset, the Australian lived up to fans' expectations. Despite a rough patch in the middle of the season, Cummings finished strongly.

He secured second place in the Golden Boot race with 12 goals, trailing just one behind Dimitrios Diamantakos. Playing alongside Petratos, he demonstrated his prowess in front of goal. Cummings also provided two assists, contributing to his total point tally of 92 points.

9. Amrinder Singh (Odisha FC) – 90 Points

The third Odisha FC player and the sole goalkeeper to make the top-10 scoring list in ISL Fantasy this season, the Kalinga Warriors' captain maintained consistent performances throughout. He secured the joint-most clean sheets (9) alongside Phurba Lachenpa and Vishal Kaith.

Singh also distinguished himself with a remarkable number of saves made all season, recording the highest number of saves (81) across 24 appearances. This feat contributed significantly to accumulating handsome fantasy points for his owners. Singh concluded the season with 90 points to his name.

10. Dimitrios Diamantakos (Kerala Blasters FC) – 89 Points

In his second season with Kerala Blasters FC, Diamantakos accomplished what eluded him in his debut season. The Greek forward clinched the Golden Boot accolade after netting 13 goals and providing three assists in what ultimately became his final season with the Blasters.

Despite missing a fair chunk of games towards the end of the season due to injury, his early numbers ensured he would finish atop the goal-scoring chart. The forward concluded the campaign with 89 fantasy points, securing the tenth-highest player ranking of the season.