Indian Super League Analysis reports the names of the best players. The 2020/21 Indian Super League season has given us some exciting events on the pitch as eleven teams vied for this single trophy in the seventh edition of the competition. Mumbai City seemed to dominate the competition in the previous one as they went on to receive both the league shield and the ISL trophy to their name. If you are interested in betting, check out AFL Multi Betting.

Hero of the League – Roy Krishna

As the name suggests, the Hero of the League is introduced to the Indian Super League of Heroes tournament participant in a special edition. ATC main striker Mohun Bagan Roy Krishna won the 2020/21 League Hero Award for thrilling performances for the Bengali club. The Fijian striker not only scored an impressive 14 goals, but also provided 8 assists, leading ATK Mohun Bagan to the Indian Super League final.

Golden Boot – Igor Angulo

The Golden Boot is awarded to the player who scores the most goals at the end of each season in the Indian Super League. Goa FC player Igor Angulo won the award in the 2020/21 season with 14 goals in 21 games. Despite being tied with Roy Krishna of ATK Mohun Bagan, both scored 14 goals each, the Spaniard snatched the award thanks to his better goals per minute ratio compared to his compatriot. Angulo has scored 13 league goals and also scored a penalty in the first leg of the semi-final against Mumbai City, but even his efforts were not enough to get his team to the ISL final last year.

Golden Glove – Arindam Bhattacharya

ATK’s Mohun Bagan’s Arindam Bhattacharya won the 2020/21 Golden Glove for the top goalkeeper in the league. Standing firmly behind his team, Arindam Bhattacharya conceded only 15 goals in the entire league campaign and 4 more in the playoffs to eventually score the fewest conceded goals alongside Amrinder Singh FC from Mumbai. However, Arindam won the award due to the higher minute per goal ratio.

Winning DHL League Pass – Alberto Noguera

The winning DHL League Pass is awarded to the player with the most assists at the end of the Indian Super League season. Alberto Noguera, FC Goa midfielder, received the award for 8 assists during the season. The Spanish midfielder has been a vital cog in FC Goa throughout the season and helped Gaurs finish fourth in the league. He passed the rival in the person of the Hero of the League Roy Krishna, who also had 8 assists. However, the smaller minutes to goals ratio allowed him to ultimately retain the award.

New ISL player – Lalengmavia

Lalengmavia, a young NorthEast United player, has been voted Indian Super League’s Best Future Talent for the 2020/21 season. The 20-year-old has played all 22 games for the Highlanders and scored one goal each from his position in midfield for both coaches, Gerard Nous and Khalid Jamil. He stood like a rock in the middle of the park and made 93 tackles and 46 interceptions, taking NorthEast to the semifinals.