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I-League Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Chennai City2013434828+20436,135Pedro Manzi - 21Nauzet García→ AFC Champions League via league finish
2East Bengal2013343720+174227,326Enrique Esqueda, Jobby Justin - 9Rakshit Dagar
3Real Kashmir1910632514+113610,034Gnohere Krizo, Mason Robertson... - 4Bilal Khan
4Churchill Brothers209743523+12343,347Willis Plaza - 21James Kithan
5Mohun Bagan208572728-12917,353Aser Pierrick Dipanda - 8Shilton Paul
6NEROCA207582726+12618,841Felix Chidi Odili - 8Lalit Thapa
7Aizawl206682728-1246,930Ansumana Kromah - 9Gurpreet Singh
8Indian Arrows2063111928-9211,688Rohit Danu - 4Prabhsukhan Singh
9Gokulam Kerala203892533-81714,823Marcus Joseph - 7Shibin Raj Kunniyil, Arnab Das Sharma
10Minerva Punjab1945101019-9175,624Lancine Touré, William Opoku... - 2Bhaskar Roy, Arshdeep Singh
11Shillong Lajong2032152356-33114,116Phrangki Buam - 6Neithovilie ChalieuRelegated

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