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How the I-League's dramatic final day unfolded

A first-half goal from William Opoku earned Minerva a 1-0 win over Churchill Brothers, helping them seal the title on the final day.
Minerva celebrate winning the I-League

With four teams in title contention at the start Thursday, the final day of the I-League was not short on drama. Here's a recap of how things unfolded.

3pm: Kick-off

Minerva began in pole position, their 32 points putting them ahead of NEROCA (31), Mohun Bagan (30) and East Bengal (30). It meant they just needed a win to put the other three out of contention.

3:15pm: Opoku puts Minerva ahead

William Opoku scored the first goal of the day in Panchkula, taking advantage of some slack defending from...

Laldanmawia Ralte, Chencho Gyeltshen I-League's standout players so far

Dheeraj Singh tries to make a save against Minerva Punjab.
Dheeraj Singh attempts a save against Chencho

About a month into the new season, Minerva Punjab and Shillong Lajong are the surprise leaders in the I-League, closely followed by Kolkata clubs Mohun Bagan and East Bengal. While champions Aizawl FC are sixth, debutants NEROCA have also impressed, especially with their away form. Here are five standout players from the first month of the league.

Chencho Gyeltshen (Winger, Minerva Punjab)

The 21-year-old 'Bhutanese Ronaldo' has been pivotal in Minerva's unbeaten start, which has put them three...

I-League set to kick off under Indian Super League's shadow

Aizawl FC celebrate their 2016-17 I-League title
Aizawl FC celebrate their 2016-17 I-League title

Ever since it began three seasons ago as a month-long 'festival of football', the Indian Super League has steadily eaten into the relevance previously enjoyed by the I-League - for long the undisputed top league in India. This year the ISL secured the right to be held as a 'proper' league over four months. With it - it won over most of the country's best Indian footballers and poached an I-League club as well. And while the I-League was thrown a bone by being telecast on Star Sports, the juiciest...