Indian Super League: Delhi Dynamos win 1-0 against NorthEast United FC

| February 15 , 2018 , 17:19 IST

Delhi Dynamos relied on the late strike of substitute Kalu Uche to defeat NorthEast United FC on Wednesday.

Being timid in the first half, it was the bottom-placed Dynamos who broke the deadlock with a Kalu Uche header in the 87th minute at Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium.

David Ngaihte floated in a cross from the right and the ball just held up for Uche, who jumped to produce a header, not giving the NorthEast United goalkeeper any chance. Incidentally, the goal was the only shot on target by the Dynamos in the 90 plus four minutes of added time.

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The Dynamos didn't start the second half that well either, but after incorporating some clever changes the momentum swung in their favour.

NorthEast United FC will be disappointed will Delhi's 'smash and grab' win as they were the better side for most of the match. Seiminlen Doungel had the best chance of the half, through which he could have put his team ahead.

NorthEast United coach Avram Grant made one change to the team following their loss to Jamshedpur FCas Robert Lalthamuana replaced Reagan Singhin the backline.

As for the visiting side, Miguel Angel Portugal made as many as six changes with Rowilson Rodrigues, Sena Ralte, Seityasen Singh, Manuel Arana, Jeroen Lumu and David Ngaithe coming in for Jayananda Moirangthem, Munmun Lugun, Romeo Fernandes, Paulinho Dias, Uche and Lallianzuala Chhangte.