Matchday 10 of the Indian Super League kicked off last week with a 1-0 victory for Chennaiyin FC against Pune City FC, at the Jawaharlal Nehru stadium in Chennai, on Saturday.
Substitute Gregory Nelson scored the only goal of the match with a calm finish in the 83rd minute, from an immaculate through pass by fellow sub Raphael Augusto.
The former ISL champions temporarily went to the top of the ISL standings with 20 points with the win, their sixth of the season.
On Sunday Iain Hume struck again to hand Kerala Blasters a 1-0 victory over Mumbai City and their second home defeat at the Mumbai Sports Arena.
The first half goal was a controversial one as Courage Pekuson took a quick free kick in the 23rd minute from an advanced position, the ball was moving and Hume was in an offside position, something which the referee and linesman failed to take notice of.
Kerala Blasters coach, former Liverpool FC goalkeeper David James, said he was pleased his team had come away with a clean sheet.
Jamshedpur FC had a maiden home win on Wednesday with a 2-1 victory over Kerala Blasters at the JRD Tata Sports Complex in Jamshedpur.
Jerry Mawihmingthanga opened the scoring just 22 seconds after kick-off to register the fasted ISL goal in history whilst veteran striker Ashim Biswas doubled the lead in the 31st minute.
Mark Sifneos who had come on for a frustrated Iain Hume scored a consolation goal in the 90th minute.
Sunil Chhetri scored a double during Bengaluru’s 3-1 victory over Mumbai City on Thursday at the Mumbai Football Arena, which saw them rise to the top ISL ladder.
Chhetri’s goals were scored either side of the break in the 42rd and 52nd minute, whilst Miku rounded off the tally in the 60th minute.
Leo Costa who had come on as a substitute pulled one back in the 76th minute of the game for Mumbai.