SC East Bengal players celebrate Matti Steinmann’s goal against Jamshedpur FC in the 2020-21 Indian Super League. – ISL / SPORTZPICS
This is Sportstars Match-Blog / Highlights of the ISL 2020-21 match between Jamshedpur FC and SC East Bengal, which took place in Goa on Sunday.
The Indian Super League action for this day is not over yet. Next, you can check out our NorthEast United FC v Hyderabad FC blog. [NEUFC versus HFC LIVE] And tomorrow Mumbai City FC will face FC Goa at the GMC Stadium in Bambolim.
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ISL 2020-21 News: Steinmann, Pilkington Tore SC East Bengal win against Jamshedpur FC
SC East Bengal full-back Narayan Das receives the « Winning Pass of the Game » award for assisting his team’s first goal, while teammate and midfielder Matti Steinmann receives the « Player of the Game » award for a goal takes home and assists today.
On the other hand, skipper Peter Hartley withdrew a goal for Jamshedpur FC. But that wasn’t enough when the Men of Steel collapsed in their sixth loss of the tournament. As a result, the club remains in seventh place with 18 points from 16 games over Chennaiyin FC, which JFC will take over next.
ISL 2020-21: Table of points, goals scored, goal difference – SC East Bengal moves up to 9th place with victory over Jamshedpur
Goals from foreign recruits Matti Steinmann and Anthony Pilkington help SC East Bengal move over Kerala Blasters FC with 16 points from 16 games in the 2020-21 ISL standings. The team has an exciting Kolkata derby against ATK Mohun Bagan, which is next after a game against Hyderabad FC.
90 3 ‘WHAT A SAVE! Aitor Monroy takes another corner for Jamshedpur FC. Its first shipment is cleared by SC East Bengal Defense. The ricochet falls on William Lalnunfela, who sends a cross towards the long post. Valskis comes in and heads the ball on goal. But Subrata Paul responds well to push the ball over the bar.
90 ‘Five minutes of added time at the end of the second half! Nerijus Valskis receives a yellow card for a stupid foul on Jacques Maghoma from SCEB. The JFC striker is surprisingly the first player to be booked today.
88 ‘SHOT! Matti Steinmann takes a long shot at SC East Bengal. Jamshedpur FC custodian T. P. Rehenesh would do well to push the ball away when his team regains possession.
86 ‘CHANGE! One last throw of the dice from JFC gaffer Owen Coyle here. He replaces Farukh Choudhary from the field and brings on William Lalnunfela. Coyle has a heated conversation with the fourth officer.
83 ‘GOOOAAAAALLLLLL !!!!!!!! PETER HARTLEY SCORES !!!!! JAMSHEDPUR FC 1 – 2 SC EAST BENGAL !!!!!! This was a Jamshedpur corner kick. Aitor Monroy worked out a short passport for Isaac Vanmalsawma. Isaac dodged an opposing player and sent a cross into the box. Peter Hartley rose over his marker and headed the ball home.
81 ‘FIRST SCEB REPLACEMENT! The scorer of the second goal in East Bengal – Pilkington – makes way for the foreign colleague Aaron Amadi-Holloway in the middle. Coach Tony Grant looks animated on the sidelines.
79 ‘What a chance! This was another counterattack by SC East Bengal. Sourav Das received the ball in midfield and passed it immediately to Bright Enobakhare, who freed Anthony Pilkington on his right. The SCEB attacker got into the box and fired. The ball kissed the post and came back to Rehenesh, who picked it up.
73 ‘Another JFC change! SC East Bengal did not make a single change on this excursion. Meanwhile, Jamshedpur FC makes a fourth change when Boris Singh replaces Seiminlen Doungel in the middle.
71 ‘INJURY! Bright Enobakare goes down after a tackle from JFC defender Stephen Eze. The SCEB physio comes in the middle. He gave Bright the thumbs up to continue.
68 ‘GGGOOOOOOOAAAAAALLLLL !!!!!!! ANTHONY PILKINGTON SCORES !!!! SC EAST BENGAL 2 – 0 JAMSHEDPUR FC !!!!! This was a wonderful counterattack by SCEB. Matti Steinmann received the ball and sprinted forward with it. He slipped with a pass towards Pilkington, which made a few touches, rushed forward and pushed the ball home from a tight angle.
66 ‘SC East Bengal have possession, pass and attack statistics against Jamshedpur FC dominates. Deputy Head Coach Tony Grant must be an extremely lucky man.
64 ‘BALL HITS THE MAIL! Substitute Ricky performs a good double victory with Farukh and approaches the penalty area. He sends a low cross into the box. Valskis reaches the ball first and shoots a shot. The ball hits the post and goes out of the box.
62 ‘ANOTHER JFC REPLACEMENT! Coyle decides to bring on Isaac Vanmalsawma for Mohammad Mobashir moments after his player Farukh Choudhary was fouled by Raju Gaikwad in midfield.
60 ‘CORNER FOR JFC! Aitor Monroy will deliver this. His cross into the penalty area is brought to safety by SCEB striker Anthony Pilkington. Eventually East Bengal regains possession.
57 ‘CHANGE! JFC head coach Owen COyle changes here again. He brings in Aitor Monroy to replace another foreign recruit, Nicholas Fitzgeralad.
54 ‘CORNER FOR JFC! Fitzgerald takes it. His cross in the box is headed by SCEB’s Ankit Mukherjee. The ball falls on Mohammad Mobashir, who lets you fly from afar.
51 ‘FOUL! SC East Bengal center-back Daniel Fox pulls back the jersey of Jamshedpur FC forward Nerijus Valskis and the referee gives JFC a free kick in midfield.
48 ‘REPLACEMENT! Early change in the last 45 minutes from Jamshedpur FC manager Owen Coyle here. He makes a comparable replacement when Narender Gahlot makes way for Ricky Lallawmawma in the middle.
Midfielder Matti Steinmann with the only goal of the game so far. Forty-five minutes to go. Stay tuned!
SC East Bengal took an early lead against Jamshedpur FC in the 6th minute. After the start, both teams had several scoring opportunities. However, the result remains 1-0 in favor of SCEB.
45 3 ‘THROW FOR SCEB! Ankit Mukherjee tries a long throw from the right flank. The ball falls directly on Matti Steinmann. But his header missed the target.
45 ‘Three minutes of added time at the end of the first half! Nicholas Fitzgerald receives a free kick for Jamshedpur. Subrata Paul leaves his line and misses the ball completely. Fortunately, the ball goes out of the box after it hits the head of an East Bengal player.
42 ‘What an opportunity! SC East Bengal almost scored a second goal here. Bright Enobakhare shot at close range. The ricochet fell on Jacques Maghoma, whose shot is also blocked. JFC resets corpses to ward off danger.
39 ‘SCEB CHANCE! Anthony Pilkington receives the ball on the left wing. He dribbles past JFC defender Stephen Eze and moves forward. But Alexandre Lima got the ball back for his team immediately.
36 ‘INJURY! East Bengal attacker Bright Enobakhare goes down. The team’s medical staff come into the field. Much to the delight of trainer Robbie Fowler in the stands, his star player can continue.
33 ‘Free kick for SCEB! The SC East Bengal players use innovation to train a wonderful team move and manage to get a shot on goal. Skipper Daniel Fox’s last kick was too close to JFC keeper T. P. Rehenesh, who parried properly.
27 ‘GOOD TACKLE! Narender Gahlot passes the ball to his Jamshedpur FC teammate Nerijus Valskis. Just as the JFC striker is about to make a sharp turn, SCEB defender Raju Gaikwad intercepts decisive.
24 ‘A shot by Nicholas Fitzgerald who dodges a few opponents and shoots a pass towards Laldinliana Renthlei on the right . There is too much power on the ball, however, as it runs out for a kick.
21 ‘SHOT! Nerijus Valskis relies on Alexandre Lima in the last third. Lima takes a good touch on his right and has a shot on target. But the ball goes straight to SCEB goalkeeper Subrata Paul.
18 ‘SCEB CHANCE! Bright Enobakhare and Narayan Das carry out a brilliant one-two on the right wing. But the last cross into the box is bad as the Jamshedpur defenders clear the ball.
15 ‘The battle between Valskis and former Mumbai City FC defender Sarthak Golui has been intense so far. The latter was able to attack the experienced Lithuanian striker.
12 ‘JFC keeps losing the ball cheaply. Nicholas Fitzgerald was unable to control the ball coming from a cross this time. Seiminlen Doungel hit the ricochet. His shot from a distance goes well over the bar.
9 ‘JAMSHEDPUR CHANCE! Nerijus Valskis sends the ball on the right wing towards Farukh Choudhary. But Faurkh cannot control the ball properly as SCEB regains possession.
6 ‘GOOOOOAAAAAAALLLLLLL !!!!!!!!! MATTI STEINMANN SCORESSSS !!!!! SC EAST BENGAL 1 – 0 JAMSHEDPUR FC !!!!!!!! This was a corner of East Bengal occupied by Narayan Das. Steinmann lost his marker and walked towards the nearby post in no time. His header that followed was so good that he found the back of the net.
4 ‘What a cross! Bright Enobakhare gets the ball from Matti Steinmann and sends a one-touch pass towards Narayan Das on the left. That rushes to the edge of the box and sends a cross over. Anthony Pilkington almost hits the ball.
2 ‘FREE-KICK TO JFC! SCEB defender Narayan Das dirty Stephen Eze just outside the box. Nerijus Valskis will take over the standard situation. His shot misses the target with a beard.
4:45 p.m .: As Jamshedpur FC and SC East Bengal prepare for the game in Game 85 of the 2020-21 Indian Super League, this is where you’ll find all the key stats, players to watch out for and heads -an head balance of the games with both sides.
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4:15 pm: No changes for Jamshedpur FC today! Manager Owen Coyle opted for the same line-up after his team’s 1-0 win against Odisha FC last time.
There have now been six changes for SC East Bengal! New additions Subrata Paul, Sarthak Golui and Sourav Das were included in Robbie Fowler’s Game XI. Raju Gaikwad, Anthony Pilkington and Jacques Maghoma were also brought back.
JFC XI: TP Rehenesh, Narender Gahlot, Peter Hartley, Stephen Eze, Laldinliana Renthlei, Alexandre Lima, Mohammad Mobashir, Seiminlen Doungel, Nicholas Fitzgerald, Farukh Choudhary, Nerijus Valskis.
SCEB XI: Subrata Paul, Ankit Mukherjee, Daniel Fox, Sarthak Golui, Raju Gaikwad, Narayan Das, Matti Steinmann, Sourav Das, Anthony Pilkington, Jacques Maghoma, Bright Enobakhare.
The seventh edition of the The Indian Super League started in a bio-bubble in Goa on November 20th.
During the four-month tournament, eleven teams will play against each other in a league and playoff format at three venues. After the inclusion of SC East Bengal, 115 games will be played this season, up from 95 last season.
Jamshedpur FC, who have only just regained their winning form, will try to get their play-off ambitions back on track when he takes on debutants SC East Bengal in an ISL game on Sunday at Fatorda Stadium.
Jamshedpur regained its triumph by beating bottom-bottom Odisha FC, a streak of five To end games that threatened to end his chances of finishing in the top four.
Jamshedpur FC manager Owen Coyle, who led Chennaiyin FC to last season’s final, needs to ensure the right motivation and strategy to ensure that his team will maintain the necessary momentum until the league is over. With five other games, Jamshedpur is currently seventh with 18 points out of 15 games.
“The guys worked so hard. We have to play each game individually and try to be positive and win the game, ”Coyle said before the game in East Bengal. Some stats in his team’s recent games may give Coyle confidence.
They have conceded three clean sheets in previous games, which is a good recovery considering they have conceded eight goals in three previous games . With his defense back in shape, Coyle now needs the team’s attack to find form. A ten-man East Bengal fought for a goalless draw when the two teams met in the first phase in December.
“The bottom line is that East Bengal is a very dangerous team. You signed a lot of players. By their own standards, they didn’t do that well against Bengaluru FC (last game). So they will try to win the game and keep themselves competitive. We have to respect the qualities they have a lot, but also try to enforce our qualities, ”said Coyle. Currently in 10th place with 13 points from 15 games, the qualification hopes for East Bengal are as good as over and a defeat on Sunday will practically signal the end of the journey for this season. East Bengal are winless in five games and have not scored a goal in three of their last four games. Head coach Robbie Fowler will also be absent in East Bengal due to suspension.
The Liverpool FC legend had gradually put the team in shape after being unexpectedly accepted into the tournament this season. Fowler’s assistant and former Everton and Manchester City player Tony Grant defended his team’s progress.
“I don’t think it was difficult on the pitch. If you analyze everything, the team was only accepted into the ISL at the last minute. We had a two week preseason. I think the team did a great job, « said Grant.
» We’re one point behind Kerala Blasters FC that has had a lot more time to prepare for this year. All staff and all players deserve credit for the fight they have shown and we will continue to show that fight, ”he added.
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