Lallianzuala Chhangte is in superb form now. He leads Mumbai City FC to the Indian Super League (ISL) final with his remarkable performances. His goals in both semi-final legs against FC Goa were pivotal in securing the Islanders’ spot in the final. 

His latest strike in the second leg marked his tenth goal of the season. This makes him the first Indian player in ISL history to score more than ten times in multiple seasons.

Chhangte has been a standout performer for Mumbai City FC this season. Head coach Petr Kratky recognizes his talent. He entrusted the winger with the freedom to express himself on the pitch. As a result, Chhangte has consistently delivered, scoring goals with ease and providing much-needed creativity for the Islanders.

His current tally of ten goals and six assists mirrors his impressive stats from last season when he netted the same number of goals and assists. This consistency has been crucial for Mumbai City FC. Now, Chhangte has the club within reach of their second ISL trophy, with only Mohun Bagan standing in their way.

In the ISL’s all-time stats, Chhangte scored 40 goals. This makes him the second-highest Indian player in the league’s history, behind Sunil Chhetri. This season, he is the highest goal-scorer for Mumbai City FC, outscoring his teammates Jorge Pereyra Diaz, Vikram Partap Singh, and others.

Chhangte’s remarkable form and goal-scoring prowess have propelled Mumbai City FC to the ISL final. As the Islanders prepare to face Mohun Bagan in their quest for glory, Chhangte’s contributions will be key to their success.

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