Another match where chances were missed, where the opposition goalkeeper was in brilliant form and where the Delhi Dynamos failed to pick up maximum points. Gianluca Zambrotta will be wondering what his team needs to do in order to earn that long-awaited victory in ISL 2016, after FC Pune City denied them all three points thanks to the brilliance of their goalkeeper Edel Bete.
The Dynamos, looking for their first three points since their opening win over Chennaiyin FC, took control of this ISL match in the capital right from minute one and while they carved out chances as well, they ran into a goalkeeper who just would not let that ball go through, especially in the first half.
To add insult to injury, the Delhi Dynamos found themselves a goal down at halftime as Jesus Tato scored with a header just before the break. While Milan Singh finally found the equaliser 11 minutes from time, this was a match that Delhi should have won comfortably.
"After the last match we prepared very well for this match," Zambrotta told reporters. "As you can see, we dominated and created 5-6 very clear opportunities but unfortunately didn't score. However, this is football and this is not a problem.
"Sometimes it's luck. Last game and (this one), we were not lucky. We have had a lot of opportunities and unfortunately we didn't capitalise. We need to work harder than before to ensure we finish such opportunities.
"In football you need to accept what happens. In Kolkata (against ATK), we had the opportunity to score but missed a penalty and this mistake of ours led to them scoring and winning the match. (Against Pune) similarly we dominated but towards the end of the first half there was a defensive lapse and they scored.
"Like from the last match, we need to learn from our mistakes. These mistakes are very dangerous for us."
A victory at home would have taken the Delhi Dynamos into the top four, but a fourth draw in five matches means they stay out of the semifinal position for now.
FC Pune City are a point and position below the Dynamos, with six from six matches, but Antonio Lopez Habas admitted that his team were lucky to leave Delhi with even a point.
"The goalkeeper did well and Delhi were better than us, so the result is best for us," Habas said.