Indian Super League Wrap: Leaders Chennaiyin lose

Indian Super League leaders Chennaiyin lost 3-0 to NorthEast United, but Atletico de Kolkata did not capitalise as they drew with Pune City.

NorthEast had not won any of their previous six matches before the visit of high-flying Chennaiyin, though they showed no signs of such wretched form on Thursday.

Durga Boro put the home side ahead with 10 minutes gone, scoring after Eric Djemba-Djemba's headed clearance had struck Seiminlen Doungel.

Massamba Lo Sambou doubled their lead 11 minutes later as he knocked in from Koke's free-kick and he netted again shortly after, finding the net from another set-piece delivered by the Spaniard.

NorthEast marquee player Joan Capdevila put his side's position in doubt when he picked up his second yellow card with 18 minutes, but the hosts were already cruising and victory boosts their chances of reaching the final series.

Atletico could have gone top with three games left had they beaten hosts Pune by two goals on Saturday, but they were held to a 1-1 draw.

Jakub Podany gave Atletico an 11th-minute lead with a fine header from Luis Garcia's cross, though their lead never looked entirely stable as goalkeeper Edel Bete was forced into action numerous times.

Pune drew level in first-half stoppage time, however, as Greek midfielder Kostas Katsouranis fired home after Atletico struggled to clear a corner.

Zico's Goa moved up to third with a comfortable 3-0 win over visitors Kerala Blasters on Wednesday, leaping above their opponents with the victory.

After a quiet first half, Goa eventually broke the deadlock in the 63rd minute as substitute Miroslav Slepicka scored a free-kick - and Andre Santos swiftly doubled their advantage.

Slepicka pounced on a David James error 11 minutes from time to score his second of the day, with the former England goalkeeper subsequently kicking the goal frame in frustration and hurting himself.

Elsewhere, Delhi Dynamos crushed Mumbai City 4-1 on Friday to continue their late surge towards the top four.

Hans Mulder edged the Dynamos ahead just before the break, before Mads Junker and Gustavo Marmentini extended their lead in the first 15 minutes of the second half.

Abhishek Yadav pulled one back for Mumbai four minutes from the end, but Manish Bhargav restored the three-goal cushion in the closing stages.