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ISL 2017 Highest Fouls Committed by a team Current & Previous Season

The 4th season of the Indian Super league is on the way. The upcoming 4th season gonna be more exciting as compare to past few seasons. The 4th season will be full be entertainment for football fans due to the addition 2 new teams. Therefore in the 4th season total 10 teams will compete and the tournament will run 5 months instead of 3 months. Below is complete ISL 2017 Highest Fouls Committed by a team in the Current and Previous Season. Catch the complete ISL 2017 Schedule here.

ISL 2017 Highest Fouls Committed by a team

The new 2 franchises who are going to join the 4th season, they are Bengaluru FC and Jamshedpur FC. They are the 9th and 10th teams in the tournament. In the previous season, the final match was between Atlético de Kolkata and Kerala Blasters. In that match, Atlético de Kolkata defeated Kerala Blasters and lift up the 2nd season title in this tournament. Let’s move to check out ISL 2017 Highest Fouls Committed by a team as per the past season and current season.

ISL 2017 Highest Fouls Committed by a team

The Fouls committed by the teams is provided by as per the base of the previous season and current season. When the 4th season will kick off then we will update this page as soon as possible.

Northeast United FC- 135 Fouls

Northeast United FC is standing at the top position in the ISL highest fouls committed by the teams in the previous season. They committed 135 fouls and got 1 red card in 14 matches. In the previous season, they got 35 yellow cards.

 FC Pune City- 154 Fouls

In the list, the 2nd place is taken by FC Pune City. In previous season they have played total 14 matches and receive total 154 Fouls. They got 26 yellow cards and 1 red cards.

FC Goa- 166 Fouls

FC Goa is standing at the 3rd place at the in the ISL Highest fouls committed by teams in the previous season. They got 166 fouls in total played 14 matches. They also revived 26 yellow cards and 1red cards.

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