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Jayesh Rane: Mumbai City FC Eyes ISL Glory in Final League Stages

Mumbai City FC’s Jayesh Rane expressed his team’s views regarding the upcoming match. Mumbai City, who are undefeated in 8 matches, are eyeing to win the ISL 2023-24 title. Midfielder Jayesh Rane is focused on winning the League Winners Shield and title by taking one game at a time.

Jayesh Rane is Mumbai City FC’s key midfielder with 2 assists and 74% passing accuracy in ISL 2023-24

Jayesh Rane is playing as a midfielder for Mumbai City, so far this season he has been seen playing for the team in 15 matches on the field. Has made a total of 2 assists for Mumbai City FC this season, playing the role of a vital midfielder for the team with a passing accuracy of 74%.

Mumbai City has bypassed everyone else this season and remains the topper in the points table of ISL 2023-24. Mumbai City has been such a team this season that it has won 7 out of the last 10 matches, while losing two matches and drawing one match against Goa.

This season, Mumbai City has scored 44 points in a total of 20 matches. Just below them, the defending champion of the last season 2022-23 Mohun Bagan SG is in second place, having scored 42 points in a total of 20 matches.

Mumbai City has only two group stage matches left this season, which are against Odisha FC on 8th April and Mohun Bagan SG on 15th April. Both these teams have qualified for the play-offs.

Mumbai City’s Jayesh Rane Aims for League Winners Shield and Title

“We are definitely focused on winning the League Winners Shield and the title,” said Mumbai City midfielder Jayesh Rane ahead of the clash with Odisha FC. Jayesh Rane played a key role against Odisha FC and Mohun Bagan. Especially in the last round of the season, he can play a decisive role in all the remaining matches.

Regarding his form, Jayesh Rane said, “I don’t want to do anything different before any big game, I give special importance to every game, I like to keep things simple and I like to train.” Meanwhile, he also expressed his feelings. Saying, “Let me talk to my wife, who helps me.”

Vikram’s impact as a forward ‘a gift to the team’ shines with 7 goals and 3 assists

Mumbai City’s 22-year-old Vikram Pratap Singh and Rane have a great rapport between the two players. Vikram, playing in the team’s forward position, has scored 7 goals and 3 assists in a total of 19 matches for Mumbai this season.

Jayesh Rane praised Vikram and said, “Vikram is playing well for Mumbai City. He is a gift to the team. One who works hard for the team also gets the fruits of his hard work through the result of the match. “

Mumbai City will next play against third placed Odisha FC on 8th April at 7:30 pm (IST) at Mumbai Football Arena. Mumbai City aims to clinch the ISL League Winners Shield and ensure its place in the ISL.



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