Sunil Chhetri, Sandesh Jhingan, Jeje Lalpekhlua, Sahal Abdul Samad and Anirudh Thapa will be some of the top Indian stars to look out for the 2020-21 season of the Indian Super League.
Sahal Abdul Samad made his debut for the Indian men's football team in June of last year and his partnership in mid-field with Anirudh Thapa has blossomed.
Sahal Abdul Samad recalled how he was left amazed when he saw IM Vijayan play in local exhibition matches.
Sahal Abdul Samad was full of praise for his Indian Football Team captain Sunil Chhetri.
Sahal Abdul Samad extended his contract with Indian Super League side Kerala Blasters by three years.
Sunil Chhetri said that he has not plans to retire from football anytime soon and added that he doesn't want to put numbers on how long he will keep playing.
Bhaichung Bhutia picked Sahal Abdul Samad to be the next big scorer for India after Sunil Chhetri retires.
IM Vijayan lauded Sunil Chhetri for his longevity and urged the youngsters to idolise the 35-year-old's work ethic.
Indian Super League 2019-20: Bengaluru FC host Kerala Blasters as both teams look to set their campaigns on track.
Indian Super League 2019-20: Three players were injured in the first half and Sahal Abdul Samad was denied a penalty as Kerala Blasters drew 0-0 with Odisha FC.
Igor Stimac announced a 26-member squad for Indian Football Team to face Afghanistan and Oman in the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.
Indian Super League 2019-20: Amine Chermiti scored in the 82nd minute as Mumbai City FC beat Kerala Blasters 1-0 in Kochi.
Indian national team is set to play at the Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata after eight years as it faces Bangladesh in the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier.
Sahal Abdul Samad has emerged as a mid-field star for the Indian football team in quite a short span of time.