Substitute Tolgay Ozbey scored an injury-time goal as a dominant FC Goa rallied from behind to beat Delhi Dynamos FC 2-1 and register their maiden win in the inaugural Indian Super League in Margao on Saturday.
Ozbey snatched the winner for the FC Goa in the 90th minute before Shaikh Jewel Raja (72nd) equalised for the hosts after the Dynamos were put ahead as early as in the seventh minute of the match by skipper Mads Junker.
The win takes FC Goa up the table with four points from five matches, while the Delhi side remained on six points from five games.
FC Goa coach Zico made three changes bringing in Mandar Rao Dessai, Romeo Fernandes and Jewel Raja and the move paid off as the trio put the opponent under tremendous pressure, especially in the second half to score the stunning win.
FC Goa, who were looking for their first win, started on a promising note as they made inroads and had two early chances to take the lead but striker Miroslav Slepicka failed on both occasions.
The visitors, on the other hand, played a composed game and tried to catch the rival defence on wrong foot with counter-attacks.
The Dynamos ploy paid off as they took the lead in the seventh minute when Junker scored from the second attempt. It was Hans Mulder who orchestrated the from the middle and relayed the ball to Bruno Herrero Arias on the right who in turn send a goalmouth cross for Junker to do the rest.
The home team got a double blow when they lost their playmaker Andre Santos after he got injured while going for a tackle with Stijin Houben.