Danger man Chhetri
It took Bengaluru FC only 15 minutes to break the deadlock after a goalless draw in the first leg against FC Pune City. Udanta Singh provided the assist for Sunil Chhetri, who converted with a glancing header (Image: ISL Media)
Hat-trick man Chhetri
After his three goals the semi-final second leg against FC Pune City, Sunil Chhetri now has 13 goals in the Indian Super League (Image: ISL Media)
FC Pune City striker Marcelinho (right) in a tussle with Erik Paartalu of Bengaluru FC. The Brazilian forward was expected to turn things around for Pune, but the Bengaluru defenders kept him in check. (Image: ISL Media)
Sunil Chhetri expected Miku to take a touch but it rolled in instead.
Sunil Chhetri of Bengaluru FC converted from the spot, giving Vishal Kaith of FC Pune City no chance.
Kicks for free
A powerful free-kick by Jonathan Lucca brought Pune City back in the game in the 82nd minute.
Lob, space and finish
Sunil Chhetri, one-on-one with the goalkeeper, provided a clean finish to seal the win for Bengaluru FC.