Bhattacharya earns level for ATK towards Chennayin FC


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Chennaiyin FC failed to breach a resolute ATK Mohun Bagan defence, strongly guarded by goalkeeper Arindam Bhattacharya, to settle for a goalless draw in an Indian Super League match at the GMC Stadium, here today. The draw meant that the Kolkata heavyweights (17 points, eight matches) surged past Mumbai City (16 from seven matches) to the top of the table.

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