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NorthEast United started the match in roaring fashion with Velez giving his team the lead in the fourth minute.
With this win Mumbai climbed to the second position in the points table with 10 points from six games, having won three, lost two and drawn one.
Kerala Blasters will face against a resurgent FC Pune City who seek a win to lead the league table and open a two point lead
The breakthrough came courtesy a brilliantly taken Chhetri penalty after the referee adjudged that Piquionne had unfairly been brought down in the box.
Chhetri said more than the goals he had scored, he was happy with the team’s approach and fighting spirit.
Colombian star Mendoza doubled the lead in the 48th minute, racing on to an Elano Blumer through ball, rounding Steve Simonsen and finishing it at ease.
Chennaiyin manager Marco Materazzi will have to re-group his squad after the loss to NorthEast United.
The lack of finishing upfront led Atletico to their second successive loss, the first time they have suffered this fate in the two-year history of the ISL.
NorthEast United look for a second upset against Atletico de Kolkata after beating Chennaiyin FC 2-0 in their last encounter. ATK go in as current favourites.
Leo Moura and Gregory Arnolin scored once in each half as FC Goa beat Kerala Blasters FC 2-1 to go top of the points table in their Indian Super League.
Before the half time, NorthEast head coach Cesar Farias and his Chennaiyin counterpart Marco Materazzi exchanged heated words from their respective touchlines.