Top Performers from Week 17 of Indian Super League - Dream11 Fantasy
Game week 17 of Indian Super League (ISL) 2020-21 witnessed some important results as the tournament came to the end. Another exhilarating season culminated with Hyderabad FC beating Kerala Blasters FC to claim their first Hero ISL title trophy at the PJN Stadium in Margao, Goa. The final Game week produced some scintillating matchups, with fans witnessing a flurry of goals for the first time in two seasons and some memorable individual performances from various players.
Looking back, here are the top-performing stars, who played a crucial role in their respective teams’ fortunes in Game week 17.
Dream11 MVP of the Week
Adrian Luna (Kerala Blasters FC) - 90 Dream 11 points
The Uruguayan was at his mesmerising best and scored Blaster’s only goal against Jamshedpur FC in the second leg of the semifinal. He proved why he's currently one of the best dribblers and finishers in the Hero ISL. The 29-year-old midfielder also laid out two key passes, made three tackles, and notched up an interception in an all-round excellent display.
Key players from week 17
Mohammad Yasir (Hyderabad FC) - 88 Dream 11 points
Yasir was key in Hyderabad’s 3-1 win over ATK Mohun Bagan in their semi-final first leg match of the season. The youngster scored his first goal of Hero ISL on the night and also created one chance for his side.
Rahul KP (Kerala Blasters FC) - 83 Dream 11 points
Rahul KP showed substantial work ethic on the day of the final, something that the Kerala Blasters FC needed from whoever was going to play in Sahal’s position. His pressing troubled Hyderabad’s ability to progress the ball out of their defensive third. And, of course, he scored the most significant goal of his career at Kerala Blasters FC.
Sahil Tavora (Hyderabad FC) - 80 Dream 11 points
The central midfielder made another appearance from the bench and saved HFC from defeat in the final. He scored with a sensational volley to take the game into extra time which eventually led to HFC clinching their first-ever Hero ISL trophy.
Pronay Halder (Jamshedpur FC) - 67 Dream 11 points
Halder stabbed home from close range to get Jamshedpur FC back into the game despite almost messing up the chance at first. He also won three duels and made a tackle in a solid display.