ISL stands for the Indian Super League, it is a professional football competition for men in India. This league has most rated football competition in India, therefore, it is organized annually. After a couple of successful seasons, the preparation for the 4th season is in the pipeline. Below is the complete list of the ISL 2017 Highest Goal Scoring Teams. Live Telecast of all the matches will be available here.
As per the past few season, the upcoming 4th season is expected to kick off on December 2017. The upcoming 4th seasons set to run 5 months instead of 3 months. Because there is an explanation in competitive teams. In the upcoming season, total 10 teams will compete together instead of 8 teams. The new 2 teams are Bengaluru FC and Jamshedpur FC. let’s move to check out ISL 2017 Highest Goal Scoring Teams of the previous and current season. Also, here is the complete ISL Schedule.
ISL 2017 Highest Goal Scoring Teams
Here we have provided ISL 2017 Highest Goal Scoring Teams of the current and previous season. When the 4th season will kick off thereafter we will update this page as soon as possible.
Delhi Dynamos FC- 29 Goals
In the ISL 2016 Highest Goals, Scoring Teams list the first place is taken by Delhi Dynamos FC. In the previous season, they have played total 16 matches and hit total 29 Goals. They acquire 1.3 points per match. In the past season, the entire team played 177 shots and 98 shot was at Target.
Chennaiyin FC- 20 Goals
In the list of ISL Highest Goals Scoring by teams. Chennaiyin FC is standing at the 2 place in the list. They have hit total 20 goals in played in 14 matches. They scored 1.1 points per match in the previous season. In the previous season, they did totally 5499 successful passes.
ATLÉTICO DE KOLKATA- 20 Goals
ATLÉTICO DE KOLKATA is the most successful teams in the ISL history. They won the inaugural season title in the year 2014 after that in the 3rd season they lift up the title again. In the previous season, they have played 17 matches and hit total 20 Goals. They acquired 1.6 points per match in the previous season.