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Indian Super League: Jamshedpur recovers a 0-1 deficit to overcome East Bengal 2-1

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KOLKATA. Jamshedpur was capable to turn the table against East Bengal to win 2-1.

KOLKATA. Jamshedpur found a way to turn the table against East Bengal to win 2-1. It was East Bengal to strike first with a goal of Cleiton Silva at the 12′. Then it was a goal in the 61′ minute to make things even for 1-1. Eventually, Ritwik Das gave the win to Jamshedpur in the 85′ minute with a goal.

The match was played at the Yuba Bharati Krirangan stadium in Kolkata on Friday and it started at 7:30 pm local time.

Match Statistics

There wasn’t much of a difference in ball possession. East Bengal was in possession of the ball for 47% of the time vs. Jamshedpur that controlled the ball for 53% of the time.

Jamshedpur was more aggressive with 69 dangerous attacks and 14 shots of which 3 were on target. Which is one of the reasons Jamshedpur won the match.​

East Bengal shot 8 times, 3 on target, 5 off target. Talking about the opposition, Jamshedpur shot 14 times, 3 on target, 11 off target.


East Bengal received 2 yellow cards (Cleiton Silva and Alex Lima). Regarding the opposition, Jamshedpur received 1 yellow card (Pratik Chaudhari).

After this contest, East Bengal will stay with 12 points to stay in the 9th place. Regarding the opposition, Jamshedpur will have 6 points to stay in the 10th place.

Match Events

  • 12'

    Cleiton Silva

  • 58'

    Ishan Pandita

    Boris Singh

  • 58'

    Harry Sawyer

    PC Laldinpuia

  • 58'

    Germanpreet Singh

    PC Laldinpuia

  • 59'

    Jerry Lalrinzuala

    Ankit Mukherjee

  • 61'

    Harry Sawyer

  • 66'

    Pratik Chaudhari

  • 70'

    Aniket Jadhav

    Naorem Mahesh Singh

  • 71'

    Cleiton Silva

  • 77'

    Alex Lima

  • 82'

    S. Haokip

    Suhair VP

  • 82'

    Jordan O\'Doherty

    Alex Lima

  • 85'

    Ritwik Das

  • 87'

    Seiminlen Doungel

    Rafael Crivellaro

Next match

In the upcoming Indian Super League match, East Bengal will host Hyderabad on the 20th of January with a 3-0 head to head record in favor of Hyderabad (2 draws).

Jamshedpur will host Bengaluru on the 18th of January with a 4-4 head to head.

East Bengal: Formation and Lineups

East Bengal started with a 4-2-3-1 line-up (4-2-3-1).

The manager Stephen Constantine chose to play with the following team: Suvam Sen (5.2), Ankit Mukherjee (7.0), Chungnunga Lal (6.9), Iván Garrido (6.7), Golui Sarthak (7.4), Mobashir Rahman (7.3), Charis Kyriakou (6.8), V.P. Suhair (6.8), Alex (6.7), Naorem Mahesh Singh (6.7) and Cleiton Silva (7.3).


East Bengal made 4 changes: Ankit Mukherjee for Jerry Lalrinzuala (59′), Naorem Mahesh Singh for Aniket Jadhav (70′), Suhair VP for S. Haokip (82′) and Alex Lima for Jordan O’Doherty (82′).

Top player: Golui Sarthak

The player who no doubt impressed East Bengal the most was Golui Sarthak.

His rating is (7.4) with 19 passes (89% accurate) and 2 key passes. He was won 4 duels out of 5. He performed 1 cross.

Jamshedpur: Formation and Lineups

Jamshedpur started with a 4-4-1-1 line-up (4-4-1-1).

On the other side, Aidy Boothroyd played with: Vishal Yadav (6.9), Laldinliana Renthlei (7.0), Pratik Chowdhary (7.2), Eli Sabiá (6.4), Ricky Lallawmawma (6.4), Boris Thangjam (6.3), Laldinpuia PC (6.4), Pronay Halder (7.2), Ritwik Kumar Das (7.4), Rafael Crivellaro (6.2) and Daniel Chima Chukwu (7.3).


Jamshedpur made 4 changes: Boris Singh for Ishan Pandita (58′), PC Laldinpuia for Harry Sawyer (58′), PC Laldinpuia for Germanpreet Singh (58′) and Rafael Crivellaro for Seiminlen Doungel (87′).

Top player: Harrison Sawyer

Probably the most impressive player in Jamshedpur was Harrison Sawyer.

His rating is (7.6) with 1 goal, 10 passes (50% accurate) and 2 key passes. He was won 1 duel out of 3.

His performance was notable also because he began the game from the bench before entering the field in the 58′.


Jake Osgathorpe

In the 1990s, I grew up watching the Premier League and idolised Eric Cantona and David Beckham. Later, I expanded my football horizons to include European and South American teams. Covered Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo for several years in Spain; currently covering Marcus Rashford and Erling Haaland in Manchester. worked for Reuters, UEFA, FIFA, The Telegraph, and The Daily Mail until joining LOOTRS in 2022. usually spotted sporting a waterproof jacket at The Etihad or Old Trafford.