ISL 2021-22 Highlights, Chennaiyin FC vs Jamshedpur FC: JFC outplays CFC to clinch a 4-1 victory

ISL 2021-22, CFC vs JFC Score: Get the Indian super league updates between Chennaiyin FC and Jamshedpur FC from the Tilak Maidan Stadium in Vasco, Goa.

Updated : Feb 20, 2022 22:04 IST

Boris Singh of Jamshedpur FC celebrates after scoring Jamshedpur's second.
Boris Singh of Jamshedpur FC celebrates after scoring Jamshedpur's second.

Boris Singh of Jamshedpur FC celebrates after scoring Jamshedpur's second.

Welcome to Sportstar's highlights of this evening's Chennaiyin FC vs Jamshedpur FC Indian Super League (ISL 2021-22) clash , played at the Tilak Maidan Stadium in Vasco, Goa.

That is all for today. Thanks for tuning in. We will meet you tomorrow when Bengaluru FC takes on Odisha FC . Goodnight and take care.

Read match report:



7:20 pm: What are the coaches saying?

7:00 pm: Stat!

Greg Stewart is on the verge of breaking quite a few records for Jamshedpur. With a brace against Mumbai City FC in the previous game, he is already the highest goal scorer for the side in a single season, with nine strikes. On the other hand, he is one goal away from equalling Nerijus Valskis’ record of all-time most goals (10) scored by a Jamshedpur FC player.

6:36 pm: Official lineups are out!

Chennaiyin FC XI: Debjit(GK); Slavko, Narayan, Reagan, Deepak; Meetel, Thapa(C); Borysiuk, Koman; Valskis, Ali.

Subs: Kaith(GK); Jerry, Davinder; Edwin, Murzaev; Germanpreet, Suhail, Johnson; Lukasz.

Coach: Sabir Pasha.

Jamshedpur FC XI: TP Rehenesh(GK); Laldinliana; Sabia, Hartley(C), Ricky; Jitendra, Pronay, Boris, Ritwik; Stewart, Chima.

Subs: Pawan(GK); Laldinpuia, Narender, Anas; Doungel. Lima, Mobashir; Murray, Pandita.

Coach: Owen Coyle

6:20 pm: When both these teams met earlier in the season!


6:00 pm: Our predicted xi for today's match!

Chennaiyin FC Predicted XI: Debjit Majumder (GK), Deepak Devrani, Ninthoinganba Meetel, Edwin Vanspaul, Jerry Lalrinzuala, Narayan Das, Slavko Damjanovic, Germanpreet Singh, Anirudh Thapa (C), Nerijus Valskis, Mirlan Murzaev.

Jamshedpur FC Predicted XI: TP Rehenesh (GK), Ricky Lallawmawma, Peter Hartley (C), Narender Gahlot, Laldinliana Renthlei, Alexandre Lima, Ritwik Das, Boris Singh, Pronay Halder, Greg Stewart, Ishan Pandita.

5:46 pm: Head-to-head record!

In the nine matches played between these two teams in the Hero ISL, Chennaiyin FC has won four times. On the other hand, Jamshedpur FC has won twice, while the remaining three matches have ended in a draw.


The contrasting patterns in the teams’ fortunes have been striking.  Jamshedpur FC  has won five of its last six matches and is sitting pretty in the third position on the points table. On the other hand,  Chennaiyin FC  has been rudderless, having been winless in its last five matches, currently placed eighth.

The sacking of its head coach Bozidar Bandovic hasn’t solved any of its problems. But under the interim coach Syed Sabir Pasha, Chennaiyin seemed to put in some fight as it earned a 2-2 draw with Odisha FC in its last contest.

When the two sides clash on Sunday at the Tilak Maidan Stadium in Goa in the  Indian Super League,  indications are that Jamshedpur would be the odds-on favourite despite Chennaiyin having won the first leg.

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“The boys really showed character [in its previous match against Odisha FC]. It is really difficult to come back after receiving 5 goals against FC Goa the other day. And to draw 2-2 after being down by a goal was great. The boys have to carry that in the next match (vs JFC). I am sure the boys will give a good fight,” said Sabir, at a virtual press conference on Saturday.

Sabir revealed that putting players in their comfortable playing positions, which was not the case with Bandovic, would be the key going forward. Defending Bandovic, Sabir continued: “He needed more time with [playing formation] his insistence on strengthening the defence. But he didn’t have much time.”

Jamshedpur, looking to make it to the last four for the first time, is in prime form and its coach Owen Coyle is eager to top the table and bag the ISL Winner’s League Shield.

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