Another week of the Indian Super League went by and this time, there were goals galore. 16 goals were scored in five games as three of them saw the sides score two goals each to play out an entertaining draw.

However, this week of the ISL was not dominated by individual brilliance. The theme seemed to be team goals, so when the ball went into the opposing net, it was a collective effort.

We bring you three of the best such goals in gameweek six:


Club: ATK

Against: Mumbai City FC

Probably the most entertaining game of the week came when Mumbai City FC travelled to Kolkata to play ATK. The sides have played some thrillers in the past and continued that trend this time round.

ATK opened the scoring in the 38th minute when Michael Soosairaj finished off a sweeping move whose architect was Edu Garcia. The Spanish forward beat two Mumbai players, laid off the ball and when he got it back, threaded a brilliant ball through past Souvik Chakrabarti.

Soosairaj ran in behind the right-back and completed the easy task of curling the ball past Amrinder to give the home side the lead a few minutes before half-time.

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Club: Mumbai City FC

Against: ATK

Mumbai were not to be left too far behind in the sweeping team moves. In the dying embers of the game, they pulled off a string of passes which opened the ATK defence and gave them the lead briefly.

Bipin Singh received the ball on the left-wing and quickly played an eye-catching one-two with Amine Chermiti. When he got it back, Bipin squared the ball perfectly for Serge Kevyn, who could hardly miss from a few yards out.

Check both the above mentioned goals here:


Club: NorthEast United FC

Against: Jamshedpur FC

Panagiotis Triadis makes it to the goals of the week list for the second week running. The Greek winger continued his goal-scoring form for NorthEast but this time had his team to thank more than his own skills.

Mislav Komorski played a long ball forward, hoping to find one of his several teammates lurking around the box. Asamoah Gyan leaped the highest to divert the ball onto two of his fellow strikers and Triadis reacted fastest.

He outran Barreiro and stuck out a foot to poke it past Subrata Pal and saw yet another game in the week see a late equalizer.

Feature image courtesy: Twitter / @MumbaiCityFC