Team of the Week: Best XI of Gameweek 4
Gameweek 4 of the Hero Indian Super League (Hero ISL) 2019-20 season saw some major movements in the points table, as ATK took top spot and FC Goa moved into second place after continuing their domination over Mumbai City FC. With those and the other fixtures in mind, let’s have a look at the XI best individual performers of the recently-concluded round on the basis of player ratings from the fixtures.
Gurpreet Singh Sandhu (Bengaluru FC)
Bengaluru's custodian was key to his team's victory as he kept an important clean sheet, making five clearances and two crucial saves to keep the Chennaiyin attackers at bay.
Agustin Iniguez (ATK)
Defence was key against an attacking Jamshedpur side, and Agustin Iniguez was a rock for his side, making 23 clearances for ATK.
Seriton Fernandes (FC Goa)
Seriton Fernandes has established himself as a key component for FC Goa with his defensive solidity and ability to go on overlapping runs. He assisted Ferran Corominas' goal and had a passing accuracy of 89% against Mumbai City FC.
Carlos Pena (FC Goa)
Carlos Pena pinched his second goal of the season when he scored FC Goa’s fourth goal against Mumbai City FC. He made 73 passes for the Gaurs, with a passing accuracy of 88%.
Mourtada Fall (FC Goa)
Fall finds himself in the playing XI for the third consecutive week after commanding the defence with authority. He assisted Hugo Boumous for Goa’s third goal and made important clearances for his side.
Sergio Cidoncha (Kerala Blasters FC)
Cidoncha commanded the midfield from the centre of the park and helped the attack as well as the defence. He had a passing accuracy of 76% and made three successful tackles to break down Odisha’s attacks.
Lenny Rodrigues (FC Goa)
Lenny Rodrigues registered his first-ever Hero ISL goal for FC Goa, opening the scoring against Mumbai and also acting as a solid defensive cover for his defence.
Erik Paartalu (Bengaluru FC)
Paartalu had a ceremonious return to Bengaluru's first team after scoring his team's opening goal against Chennaiyin. He had a strong game, also assisting Semboi Haokip for Bengaluru's third goal.
Sergio Castel (Jamshedpur FC)
Sergio Castel kept the ATK defence on their toes throughout the match and even scored Jamshedpur FC’s only goal of the match from the penalty spot.
Roy Krishna (ATK)
The Fijian striker won and converted two penalties for ATK while assisting Edu Garcia for his side’s third goal. Krishna now joins an elite list of strikers on top of the Hero ISL 2019-20’s goal scoring charts.
Ferran Corominas (FC Goa)
Hero ISL’s most prolific goal scorer increased his tally after scoring the second goal for his side with a neat finish.
Gameweek 4 matches:
Match 16: Hyderabad FC 0-1 NorthEast United FC
Match 17: Mumbai City FC 2-4 FC Goa
Match 18: Kerala Blasters FC 0-0 Odisha FC
Match 19: ATK 3-1 Jamshedpur FC
Match 20: Bengaluru FC 3-0 Chennaiyin FC
Who do you think was the standout player from Gameweek 4 of Hero ISL 2019-20?