Mumbai City FC clinch Indian Super League (ISL) Cup

The Indian Super League (ISL) 2023-24 concluded with Mumbai City FC clinching the ISL Cup, overcoming defending champions Mohun Bagan Super Giant 3-1 at the Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan Stadium, Kolkata.
In a dramatic turnaround, the Islanders rallied with three second-half goals after conceding early in the match, clinching their second ISL Cup trophy.  Their first ISL Cup triumph came in the 2020-21 season, also against the Mariners, in a memorable comeback 2-1 victory.
After losing out on the League Shield to the same opponent,  this victory marked sweet revenge for the Islanders, achieved at the same venue and before a jam-packed stadium.
The best player in the league, the highest goalscorer, the keeper with the most clean sheets, and the best young player were bestowed, along with two team awards for exceptional performance throughout the season.
These awards were presented before the Islanders lifted the ISL Cup trophy for the 2023-24 season, bringing the curtain down on an enthralling seven-month-long season.
Here is the list of individual and team award winners from the ISL 2023-24 season:

1 - ISL League Winner
Mohun Bagan Super Giant
2 ISL Cup Winner
Mumbai City FC
3 Golden Ball
Dimitrios Petratos (MBSG)
4 Golden Boot
Dimitrios Diamantakos (KBFC)
5 Golden Glove
Phurba Lachenpa (MCFC)
6 Emerging Player of the League
Vikram Partap Singh (MCFC)
7 Best Pitch
Jamshedpur FC
8 Grassroots Award
FC Goa
9 Best Elite Youth Program Bengaluru FC


Mohun Bagan Super Giant became the Indian Super League (ISL) Champions by defeating Mumbai City FC by 2-1 at the Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan in Kolkata. The Mariners thus wrested the title back from the Islanders courtesy of a goal each by Liston Colaco and Jason Cummings in this championship-winning clash in the City of Joy. A late 89th minute strike by Lallianzuala Chhangte meant that the game went right down the wire, with eight minutes of added time in the second half adding excitement to this dramatic finish of the league stages. However, the home side held their lead dear despite playing with 10 men after the sending off of Brendan Hamill in the 91st minute of the game.  

Mohun Bagan Super Giant jumped to 48 points from 22 matches as a consequence of this result, thus edging past the now second-placed Mumbai City FC (47) by a solitary point.