Adam Le Fondre has signed a 2 1/2-year contract to rejoin Sydney FC from Mumbai City.
ISL 2020-21 review: Majestic Lobera ball and Chhetri's human touch best; Baxter's offensive comments worst
Anirudh Menon picks all his best and worst moments from the latest season of the ISL.
The two finalists make the bulk of the team, but who else makes the cut?
Revisiting the theatrical brilliance of the 2020-21 ISL final
Bipin Singh's 90th minute goal helped Mumbai to a dramatic 2-1 win over ATKMB in the ISL final.
Winning with style is good, but when you can't do that, just winning will do. Lobera's Mumbai has embraced that philosophy.
Having already lost twice to Lobera this season, Habas has to think outside the box to stop Mumbai in the final.
After 210 minutes of drama spread over three days, Goa and Mumbai gave us a fitting finale.
Rowllin Borges scored the winning penalty after aggregate scores remained tied after extra time in second leg.
The fear of Mourtada Fall, ISL's most terrifying defender, was Goa's undoing vs Mumbai.
Goa squandered the lead twice as goals from Boumous and Fall helped Mumbai earn a 2-2 draw.
Here are the keys for underdogs Goa to stop the Mumbai juggernaut in the semis.
With the ISL league stage over, we take a look at how each team has performed this season.
PLUS: Odisha finish in style and Hyderabad win everyone's heart in this week's ISL musings.
A dramatic final day saw Mumbai and Goa get the job done.
Once a misfit in Lobera's system, Ogbeche played a key role in Mumbai's season-defining games.
First-half goals from Fall and Ogbeche helped Mumbai take the league-stage crown.
The two best teams in the land face off against each other with the top spot -- an AFC Champions League slot -- on the line.
The team is one win away from handing the perfect start to City Football Group's Indian adventure.
The 6-1 rout of Odisha was exactly what Mumbai needed ahead of Sunday's game against leaders.
Mumbai set up a knockout clash for the top spot against ATKMB on Sunday.
PLUS: Jamshedpur show encouraging signs and Chennaiyin's playoff hopes come to a disappointing end.
Goals from Boris Singh Thangjam and David Grande saw Jamshedpur FC beat Mumbai City FC 2-0.
Goals from Cleiton Silva and Sunil Chhetri helped Bengaluru beat Mumbai 4-2.
Goa came back twice to draw 3-3 with leaders Mumbai and went back up to third in the ISL table.