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Indian Super League:Delhi Dynamos defeat Chennayin FC 4-1
Delhi Dynamos played an amazing game of football defeating Chennayin FC 4-1 in the ongoing Indian Super League. This is Delhi's first win in the tournament, which has helped them reached the fourth position with five points in the standings table.

It was a game, where the players from Delhi Dynamos showed their class. The goals scored by both the teams talked about the quality in them. Two goals, which could even stand a chance of being the goal of the tournament, were scored yesterday Chennayin's Elano and Delhi's Santos. Elano took a superb free kick in the top corner, which was a treat to watch, while a late goal scored by Santos, dribbling past many defenders was another top goal. It had quality written all over it.

Earlier in the game, it was Delhi who had taken lead in the second minute of the game through a cool finish from the Raymaekers, after which there was no looking back for the Delhi team. Delhi increased their lead to 2-0, after Mads Junker scored in the 21st minute of the game.

Chennai was still hanging on to the game and they were given a life after Elano's superb free kick in the 69th minute. Thereafter, they put pressure on Delhi, but failed to convert their chances, while Delhi were clinical. But, the game was put to an end when Delhi was awarded a penalty kick in the 79th minute of the game, which was converted by Arias.

Delhi needs to maintain the same consistency throughout the competition, if they are to pose a challenge for the title with a number of other teams in the competition, who are equally competitive. 

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