After joining the Gaurs ahead of the 2017-18 season, Coro took Indian football by storm and has since been the face of the league in terms of attacking talent.
Coro became an ISL legend when he scored 18 goals from 20 games to set the record for the most number of goals by a player in a single edition of the tournament in his debut season. But, that was just the beginning.
He took just 10 games to score a remarkable 28 goals in his second season at FC Goa, to equal Iain Hume's record of 28 overall ISL goals over FOUR years. While Sunil Chhetri (39) and Marcelinho (31) also have moved ahead of Hume, Corominas went on to set the standard for the ISL.
Coro netted an incredible 48 goals from 57 matches as FC Goa claimed the first ISL League Winners Shield. The Gaurs then achieved the honour of becoming the the first Indian club to qualify for the group stage of the AFC Champions League.
If you go on to add Coro's goals in cup competitions, Corominas has scored an eye watering 55 goals in 64 appearances for FC Goa across all competitions. He signs off from Indian football as a true FC Goa and Indian Super League legend.