Hero ISL 2021-22 Round 17: Team of the Week
Round 17 of the Hero Indian Super League (ISL) saw exhilarating action, broken streaks, and goals galore.
The round commenced with ATK Mohun Bagan beating the table-toppers Hyderabad FC who were eying a double hat-trick of wins. Then, it was a demolition carried out by FC Goa to defeat Chennaiyin FC 5-0.
Meanwhile, Kerala Blasters FC were taken by surprise with Jamshedpur FC recording a resounding victory with a 3-0 win. In the penultimate match, Hyderabad FC defended their way to a win over Bengaluru FC (1-2).
The last match saw ATK Mohun Bagan extend their unbeaten run to ten matches under Juan Ferrando, beating NorthEast United FC 3-1.
At the end of Round 17, here is the Hero ISL Team of the Week.
TP Rehenesh (Jamshedpur FC) - 7.54
Keeping a clean sheet, Rehenesh defended against eight shots to help his side clinch three points against Kerala Blasters FC.
Aiban Dohling (FC Goa) - 8.22
The defender went beyond his usual duties and provided two assists while creating five chances.
Subhasish Bose (ATK Mohun Bagan) - 7.38
Bose made five tackles, three clearances, five blocks with a chance created against Hyderabad FC.
Roshan Naorem (Bengaluru FC) - 7.32
Continuing his impressive run in the Hero ISL, Naorem created two chances while making eight tackles, seven blocks and two clearances in the Hyderabad FC encounter.
Seriton Fernandes (FC Goa) - 7.28
In helping FC Goa keep a clean sheet against Chennaiyin FC, Fernandes attempted two tackles, two interceptions and provided five crosses.
Makan Chothe (FC Goa) - 8:39
The midfielder kept himself busy against Chennaiyin FC as he scored a goal, provided an assist, had two shots on target, all at a passing accuracy of 89% with four blocks.
Joao Victor (Hyderabad FC) - 8.46
The captain got back on the scoring sheet, made three tackles, four blocks and a clearance.
Joni Kauko (ATK Mohun Bagan) - 8.26
With a goal, an assist, and three chances created against NorthEast United FC saw Kauko showcase an aggressive midfield performance.
Greg Stewart (Jamshedpur FC) - 9.52
Stewart was on target as he converted two penalties while attempting four shots, two crosses and five free kicks.
Jorge Ortiz (FC Goa) - 9.88
Ortiz fired a hat-trick to help FC Goa thump Chennaiyin FC 5-0, maintaining a passing accuracy of 87%.
Liston Colaco - 8.97
The leading Indian goal-scorer this season, Colaco was among the scorers with a goal and an assist against NorthEast United FC.