Watch ATK FC’s Goal Spree in the ISL (2019-20)

ATK FC, the champions of the Hero Indian Super League Season 6, had an amazing journey throughout the tournament. With the new recruits Roy Krishna and David Williams pairing up to lead the attack, ATK FC had the perfect chemistry to win the title.

They scored 39 goals in 21 games at the rate of 1.86 goals per match. Possibly one of the best attacking teams, the Kolkata based club were crowned Champions for the third time. With as much as 11 individual goal scorers, here we’ll take a lookback at the goal fest feat. ATK FC!

ROY KRISHNA : The talismanic Fijian had a great outing in the subcontinent. He scored as much as 15 goals in 21 games and also he shares the record of Highest Goals scored in the season. Roy kept on delivering fantastic goals throughout the season, getting into the right spot at the right time.

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DAVID WILLIAMS : The 32 year old forward scored 7 goals with 5 assists. His brace in the semi final earned ATK a spot in the final of the tournament. The aussie also scored the historic 1000th goal of the Indian Super League.

EDU GARCIA : The super sub Edu, scored 6 goals during the whole season and assisted thrice. The spaniard proved to be the difference many a times as he rose to the occasion coming up straight from the bench. He also earned his spot in the starting 11, and was definitely a vital element in the title run.

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MICHAEL SOOSAIRAJ : The winger playing his first season for the club, made sure that he etches his mark. Soosai scored 3 goals in 20 games and was pacy on the wings.

List of Players who contributed to the goal tally :

  • Roy Krishna
  • David Williams
  • Carl Mchugh
  • Edu Garcia
  • Michael Soosairaj
  • Jobby Justin
  • Pranoy Halder
  • Pritam Kotal
  • Jayesh Rane
  • Balwant Singh
  • Javi Hernandez

Take a look at ATK FC’s goals scored in the 2019-20 edition of the Indian Super League.

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