Full time: Atletico de Kolkata 4-1 Mumbai City FC.
Hume scored a brilliant treble as Atletico de Kolkata made a comeback in the tournament by registering a stunning win against Mumbai City.
Four minutes added before half-time.
87 mins: Nicolas Anelka sees his shot from the right saved by the keeper. That was a tight angle for the Frenchman and he could have passed it to a teammate.
It is another hattrick at the DY Patil Stadium! Hume scores the third hattrick at this venue after tapping the ball past Subrata Paul. Once again Sameehg Doutie creates the goal with a good cross from the left flank. Looks like Mumbai's three match winning streak will finally come to an end.
GOAL! Iain Hume scores a hat-trick to give Atletico de Kolkata 4-1 lead against Mumbai City FC.
GOAL! Augustin Fernandes makes it 3-1 for Atletico de Kolkata vs Mumbai City FC.
Selim Benachour makes it 2-1! The Tunisian was first to react after Amrinder parried Sunil Chhetri's shot.
GOAL! Selim Benachour scores in the 71st min. ATK still leading 2-1 against Mumbai City.
68 mins: Borja puts Iain Hume through on goal with a perfectly weighted through ball. The striker took it on his stride and struck the ball sweetly. To his dismay, the crossbar denied him the hat-trick.
65' First substitution for #ATK @nabi_rahim Out. @rinoanto In. #LetsFootball #MUMvATK @atletidekolkata #YourTeamYourDream #FatafatiFootball — Atlético de Kolkata (@atletidekolkata) November 1, 2015
64 mins: Frederic Piquionne turns his marker at shoots from point blank range but Amrinder makes a superb reflex save to keep it out.
52' CLOSE! Cmovs' rebound from Amrinder's punch rifles into the side netting. #MUMvATK #LetsFootball — Indian Super League (@IndSuperLeague) November 1, 2015
Second half kicks off. Hume scores twice to give Atletico de Kolkata 2-0 lead against Mumbai City FC at half-time. GOAL! Iain Hume scores again. This time on penalty. Atletico de Kolkata 2-0 Mumbai City FC
40' Kolkata make an attack down the right but are thwarted by the resilient Fanai. Freekick Mumbai. #MUMvATK — Mumbai City FC (@MumbaiCityFC) November 1, 2015
It is Iain Hume who gets the ball into the back of the net. Superb ball over the defense by Jaime Gavilan to find Hume, the Canadian takes it first time with brilliant technique to volley it past Subrata Paul. It was going to take something special to get a goal against him and Hume has provided the spectacular! Mumbai chasing the game now...
GOAL! Iain Hume scores in the 34th min to give Atletico de Kolkata 1-0 lead against.
29 mins: Jaime Gavilan takes a freekick from the left flank and delivers a good looking ball into the box. However, no ATK men managed to get their feet on the ball and the danger was cleared.
21 mins: 71%-29% in favour of the home team. They have had more possession so far and created quite a few chances as well.
9 mins: Sameehg Doutie slides in from behind on the right flank to tackle Singam Subash. He fails to win the ball and instead catches the Indian forward on the legs. The referee straightaway blows his whistle to award Mumbai City FC a freekick at the halfway line.
5 mins: Iain Hume twists and turns on the left flank to get past three defenders and passes the ball to a teammate. However, that's that for the attack as the Mumbai City FC defenders win the ball back.
Its kick-off time in Mumbai.
The match kicks off in ten minutes. Stay tuned.
6:50pm: Only two changes for Mumbai City FC. Player-cum-Manager Nicolas Anelka replaces Frederic Piquionne. The number 9 has not been at his best so far and probably needs some much needed rest. Cristian Bustos also sits out for this one, Juan Aguilera comes in his place.
Atletico de Kolkata Playing XI
Amrinder (GK), Denzil Franco, Augustin Fernandes, Tiri, Nabi, Ofentse Nato, Borja Fernandez (C), Jewel Raja, Jaime Gavilan, Sameehg Doutie, Iain Hume.
Mumbai City FC Playing XI
Subrata Paul (GK), Ashutosh, Pavel Cmovs, Darren O'Dea, Lalchhuanmawia Fanai, Frantz Bertin, Juan Aguilera, Singam Subash, Sunil Chhetri, Sony Norde, Nicolas Anelka (C).
6:40pm: Sunil Chhetri has single-handedly taken Mumbai into the top half of the table. After his first match against Chennaiyin FC, the Indian skipper has scored a goal in every 45 minutes with a shot accuracy of nearly 89% and a conversion rate of 66.66%. Furthermore, he has already surpassed Jeje’s record of the highest goals scored by an Indian in a single ISL season by scoring 6 goals: Jeje managed just 4 goals in ISL season 1. The task is simple for ATK, stop Chhetri to stop Mumbai City FC.
6:35pm: Both teams met twice last season in the league stages. ATK hosted MCFC in the first ever ISL match and humbled the visitors with a 3-0 victory. However, Mumbai City FC did avenge the defeat with a victory of their own at the DY Patil Stadium. History says that the home team in this fixture, wins. Can Habas and his men stop the hosts from winning their fourth match on the trot?
Upbeat Mumbai City FC would be seeking to notch up a fourth win on-the-trot when they take on defending champions Atletico de Kolkata in the Indian Super League clash on Sunday.
The hosts are at fourth place with ten points while the title holders are struggling to keep afloat and are sixth with seven points.
Nobody would have guessed that ATK would have had such a poor start to their title defense, it sees them sit 6th on the table and three points behind their opponents.