ISL 2021-22 Highlights Jamshedpur FC vs Mumbai City FC: Late drama as JFC clinches 3-2 win against MCFC

ISL 2021-22, JFC vs MCFC: Get the Indian super league updates between Jamshedpur FC vs Mumbai City FC from the Athletic Stadium in Bambolim.

Updated : Feb 17, 2022 22:20 IST

Greg Stewart of Jamshedpur FC celebrates after scoring a goal.
Greg Stewart of Jamshedpur FC celebrates after scoring a goal.

Greg Stewart of Jamshedpur FC celebrates after scoring a goal.

Welcome to Sportstar's highlights of this evening's Jamshedpur FC vs Mumbai City FC Indian Super League (ISL 2021-22) clash played at the Athletic Stadium in Bambolim, Goa.


7:00 pm: Milestone Alert!

Mumbai City FC’s Bipin Singh needs to score a couple of goals to equal Pape Amodou Sougou’s record of most goals (15) for the ISL club. Meanwhile, Ahmed Jahouh needs one assist to become the joint-highest assist provider for the Islanders in a single season. The record is currently held by Nkufo Isako Arnold, who registered eight assists during the 2018-19 season.

6:45 pm: What happened when both these teams met earlier in the season?

Mumbai City FC vs Jamshedpur FC highlights

6:35 pm: Starting lineups are out!

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

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

Coach: Owen Coyle.

Mumbai City FC: Nawaz(GK); Bheke, Fall, Mehtab, Mandar; Apuia, Jahouh, Chhangte, Cassio, Bipin, Angulo.

Subs: Phurba(GK); Amey, Vignesh; Inman, Raynier, Vinit; Vikram, Gurkirat, Mauricio.

Coach: Des Buckingham.

6:15 pm: Head to head record!

Jamshedpur FC and Mumbai City FC have played each other nine times previously, with the former winning four of those matches. The Islanders emerged victorious on three occasions, while the remaining two were draws.

6:00 pm: Here is how we think the two sides will line up tonight!

Jamshedpur FC Predicted XI:  TP Rehenesh (GK), Ricky Lallawmawma, Peter Hartley (C), Eli Sabia, Laldinliana Renthlei, Jitendra Singh, Ritwik Das, Boris Singh, Pronay Halder, Greg Stewart, Daniel Chukwu.

Mumbai City FC Predicted XI:  Mohamad Nawaz (GK), Rahul Bheke, Mourtada Fall (C), Mehtab Singh, Mandar Dessai, Lalengmawia, Ahmed Jahouh. Lallianzuala Chhangte, Cassio Gabriel, Bipin Singh, Igor Angulo.


Mumbai City FC  and  Jamshedpur FC,  level on 25 points, have the chance to climb up to third in the table with a win.

The two sides will be eyeing the third spot as they prepare to clash against each other for the second time this season in the  Indian Super League.

Owen Coyle’s Jamshedpur is fourth in the table with 25 points from 14 games, while Mumbai City FC is fifth with the same number of points, having played a game extra.

Jamshedpur, which boasts of an impressive attack with the likes of Greg Stewart and Daniel Chima Chukwu, will be facing an in-form Mumbai, which is undefeated in four matches and has tightened its defence.

While Coyle said he is confident about his team’s ability to go toe-to-toe with any team in the league, he acknowledged the fight Mumbai has shown this season.

“It tells us that from the mentality point of view they [Mumbai City] have a very strong mentality but I know that because within the leadership they have good people in their staff and people are very knowledgeable. Even in their difficult period, they were still picking up draws here and there,” said Coyle in the pre-match press conference.

Mumbai started its title defence in prime fashion, clinching 15 points out of a possible 18 in the first six matches.

A mid-season slump by the Islanders saw them go on an eight-match winless run, but Des Buckingham’s men returned to winning ways with a 1-0 win against Chennaiyin FC.

Mumbai will be wary of the threat posed by Owen Coyle’s men but can expect to have a psychological advantage given the 4-2 defeat it inflicted on the Men of Steel earlier in the season.

“The main thing is to concentrate on the game. We want more from our players and playing stuff. We just want to continue, whether it's Jamshedpur or in the games after. It is going to be a tough challenge. Defensively, we have tightened up in the last couple of games and I think that is going to be very important in this game,” Buckingham said in the pre-match press conference.

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