ONGC hold Indian Arrows

After a barren first half, the visitors took the lead in the 86th minute through Jeje Lalpekhlua. However, ONGC’s Kamal Thapa scored seconds before the final whistle to secure a draw for the home team. Following the draw, ONGC have 11 points from 15 games, while Indian Arrows have 15 points from as many matches.

In the second match of the day, Churchill Brothers beat JCT 3-1. Wit the win Churchill are now placed in third with 29 points, two behind the leaders Salgaocar and East Bengal. JCT went down one place to eleventh as a result of the loss. They have 14 points from 15 matches played.

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