Delhi Dynamos dominated the proceedings but yet again played out a draw in a 1-1 result against FC Pune City in a familiar show of their strikers missing chances galore in the Indian Super League football in Delhi on Thursday.
Delhi were denied thrice with Pune goal-keeper Edel Bete making fantastic saves each time while home side player Marcelo Pereira missing the target with an empty net in front as Zambrotta's men played out their fourth draw of the season from six matches.
Delhi completely dominated the first half with the trio of captain Florent Malouda, Marcelo Pereira and Richard Gadze tormenting the opposition defence with some fine moves mostly from the left flank and Pune defending their citadel. But, to the dismay of the 14,000 crowd at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Pune scored against the run of play and took the lead during the added time of the first session.
Pune barely had a clear chance except a blinder of a header at the fag end of the match by defender Rahul Bheke off a corner kick, besides the goal-bearing move.
Jesus Rodriguez Tato put Pune ahead in the 45+1 minute as he headed in a corner kick while Milan Singh found the equaliser in the 79th minute to end the match in a stalemate.
This was the third straight draw of Delhi at home and they remained at sixth at the league table with seven points from one won four draws and one loss.
Delhi already have become the side with most draws in ISL history before this match. They now have 14 draws in the ISL so far.
Pune also remained at seventh spot in the eight-team league table with six points from six matches from one win, three draws and two losses.