Mumbai City FC head coach Des Buckingham said he always prefers to play attacking football and will go for a 5-4 game rather than 1-0 in a thrilling encounter.
Mumbai City FC rode on Rahul Bheke’s second-half goal to consolidate their lead at the top of the table and end Chennaiyin FC’s unbeaten run in an Indian Super League (ISL) game at the PJN Stadium in Fatorda on Wednesday.
Bheke scored the winner in the 86th minute, making the most of a Vishal Kaith error as the goalkeeper bottled up after Ahmed Jahouh set Bheke up from a free-kick.
“I always prefer a goal feast, I said all along, I want to play attacking football, I want to play football that excites me from the sideline. You know, I’d rather win a game 5-4 rather than 1-0,” said Buckingham post-match press conference.