When Dada thought title was slipping away from ATK
ATK won their second crown in the three-year history of the ISL, beating Kerala Blasters 4-3 on penalties in the final.
Atletico de Kolkata players celebrate with the trophy after beating Kerala Blasters on penalties in the 2016 ISL final in Kochi. Photo: PTI
Atletico de Kolkata players lift their coach José Francisco Molina in celebration after winning the ISL final against Kerala Blasters. PTI
Jewel Raja Shaikh of ATK celebrates after scoring the winning penalty against Kerala Blastes. Photo: PTI
Atletico de Kolkata goalkeeper Debjit Majumder saves a penalty kick by Kerala Blasters' Cedric Hengbart during the penalty shootout. PTI
Fireworks seen from outside the stadium when Atletico de Kolkata won the ISL title beating Kerala Blasters in the final. Photo: E.V. Srikumar/Onmanorama
Henrique Sereno (jersey no.2) of ATK scores the equalizer against Kerala Blasters.
Kerala Blasters midfielder Ishfaq Ahmed (L) vies for the ball with Atletico de Kolkata forward Iain Edward Hume. Photo: AFP
Kerala Blasters FC supporters cheer for their team. Photo: AFP
Mohammed Rafi celebrates with his Kerala Blasters teammates after scoring a goal in the first-half of the ISL final against Atletico de Kolkata. Photo: Josekutty Panackal/Onmanorama
The stadium in Kochi also had a number of Atletico de Kolkata fans as spectators for the final. Photo: Robert Vinod/Onmanorama
(From left) Sachin Tendulkar, Nita Ambani, Praful Patel, president of All India Football Federation, and Sourav Ganguly are seen ahead of the ISL final match. PTI
Atletico de Kolkata and Kerala Blasters walk onto the ground along with match officials for the ISL final. Photo: Robert Vinod/Onmanorama
Atletico de Kolkata co-owner Sourav Ganguly, ISL founding chairperson Nita Ambani and Kerala Blasters co-owner Sachin Tendulkar pose for a selfie clicked by Ganguly. Photo: Josekutty Panackal/Onmanorama
Kerala Blasters fans, who did not get ticket for ISL final, are seen running away from police. Photo: E.V. Srikumar/Onmanorama
Kerala Blasters coach Steve Coppell greets the crowd as he walks onto the ground at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Kochi ahead of the ISL final. Photo: Robert Vinod/Onmanorama
Kerala Blasters fans cheer for their team ahead of the ISL final. After the match was tied 1-1 even after extra time, Kolkata won the final 4-3 in penalty shootout. Photo: Josekutty Panackal/Onmanorama
Kerala Blasters fans were all set to celebrate their favorite team's title win, but it was Atletico de Kolkata that emerged the winners in the ISL final in Kochi Sunday. Photo: Robert Vinod/Onmanorama
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