The former Atletico madras striker accosts Sony Norde and thinks their crew will improve when the other four Bengaluru FC players joins them.

the 37 year old Uruguayan striker Diego Forlan, started his ISl carrier is an positive way with an assist and a goal with his name, Mumbai Fc won their first match against FC Pune it’s a basically derby match between them, and in their second match they beat the NorthEast United FC.

Mumbai City FC’s marquee signing Diego Forlan thinks that Mumbai FC have some quality players with them, and particularly about the Haitian striker Sony Norde, he also thinks when Amrinder Singh, Sunil Chhetri, Udanta Singh and Lalchhuanmmawia Fanai join them they will have a compact side then. These four players are now playing AFC cup for their country.

“Each of the teams must sign between 8 and 10 foreign players. We were missing one this week, Sony Norde, a Haiti international who was with his country. He’s good. We have three Argentine players and four Brazilians, a Hungarian, Vadocz, who I played against in Spain when he was at Osasuna, and a Romanian central defender.

“We have some good Indian players who will join up with us when they have finished playing games in the Asian confederation club matches. We communicate in English,” he wrote in his column for The National.

Forlan narrated that the stander of ISL is good and it’s not that easy to dribble past the whole crew and put your name in the scoreboard, and he thinks that’s why various foreign players come to India.

“The standard is good, the physical pressures high. You don’t come here for a holiday and take it easy. Nor do you come here thinking that you will dribble around six players and score. It’s physically demanding, with lots of experienced footballers who want to make a positive impression.