HFC can only finish as high as 2nd in the league table, but Mumbai City need a win in this game to stay in contention for a place in the top-4.
An own goal from Chinglensana Konsham (5’) and goals from Peter Hartley (28’) and Daniel Chukwu (68’) decided the game on the night for the visitors.
Mumbai City FC have been in great form over the past month, having won four out of their five games.
FC Goa will play their final match of this ISL season on March 6, against playoff hopefuls Kerala Blasters.
The season may be over for the Gaurs from a playoffs perspective, however, they still have two league games remaining.
Currently, at the top of the league table, Hyderabad have 29 points from 16 games and are up against FC Goa, who are currently ninth.
It was Manvir Singh and Liston Colaco - two former Gaurs - who troubled them the most on Tuesday, with Manvir also scoring both the goals in the clash.
The team from Kolkata are being led by a familiar face in Juan Ferrando, FC Goa’s former head coach.
Hyderabad now have 29 points after 16 games, and have equalled their tally of points for the entire previous season.
Everything went well for FC Goa on Wednesday against Chennaiyin FC, but the head coach is aware that there still are some issues to iron out.