Following his recognition as the Emerging Player of the Month in February, Mumbai City FC forward Vikram Partap Singh continued his outstanding form, earning the same accolade for March.

This marks the first occasion in the history of the Indian Super League (ISL) that a player has secured the Emerging Player of the Month award two months in a row.

Singh played a pivotal role in each of the Islanders’ three victories in March, contributing with three goals and one assist. Notably, he achieved his first senior hat-trick in their 4-1 triumph over NorthEast United FC.

Singh has cemented his place in the starting line-up under coach Petr Kratky and is reaping the rewards with his goal-scoring contributions in the second half of the season.

The 22-year-old amassed 199 minutes of playtime during the month, entering the fray as a substitute in their 3-2 win against Punjab FC while completing the full 90 minutes in the other two matches. Singh made 17 touches inside the opposition box during the month of March.

While he had scored a brilliant brace against Bengaluru FC in February and came close to completing a hat-trick, he outperformed himself this time, achieving a hat-trick against NorthEast United FC.

Furthermore, the forward played a significant role in the match against Hyderabad FC, providing an assist in their 3-0 victory over Thangboi Singto’s side.

The forward emerged as the outright winner after ten out of 13 experts selected him as their top pick. Bengaluru FC's Shivaldo Singh and Mohun Bagan Super Giant's Abhishek Suryavanshi were the second and third choices, respectively.