ISL 2021-22, Jamshedpur FC vs Bengaluru FC Highlights: Teams share spoils in goalless draw

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Jamshedpur FC players defends Cleiton Silva's free kick during the match.   -  Focus Sports/ISL

Welcome to Sportstar's highlights of this evening's Jamshedpur FC vs Bengaluru FC  Indian Super League (ISL 2021-22) played at the GMC Athletic Stadium in Bambolim, Goa. This was Aneesh Dey bringing you all the pre-match buildup and live updates from the match.

That is all for today. We will meet you tomorrow when NorthEast United FC takes on ATK Mohun Bagan. Thanks for tuning in. Goodnight and take care.

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Post-match comments!!

Owen Coyle (Jamshedpur FC head coach on the match): "It was a tough game. We have had our troubles with our injuries. Bengaluru are a far better side than their position suggests. they are good on the break. We should have scored from a couple of set-pieces ourselves. However, this keeps us on an upward trajectory and we need to go on."

Marco Pezzaiuoli (Bengaluru FC head coach) on the team's performance: "I think we need to analyse the details. We haven't won enough points. We want to play good football, have a good transition. There is no one way of playing football. Football is multi-functional and our players have the capability to adapt."

Gupreet Singh Sandhu (Bengaluru FC goalkeeper): "It (the clean sheet) is a good foundation to start on. The last two games have given a lot of positives and hopefully, we can continue from this. We have very good players who are good with the ball, we want to try and play out from the back and we know we can do it. Even if things don't work out for you sometimes you got to have the courage to try."

Greg Stewart (Hero of the match): "Little bit frustrated with the result. Credit to the Bengaluru goalkeeper.  Obviously disappointed that we didn't win but a draw is a fair result. Both defences did really well and did not give any chances away. Now we have to recover and get ready for the next match against Kerala (Blasters)."

Sunil Chhetri came closest to scoring after hitting his header hit the crossbar in the 84th-minute but it was one of those matches when the ball just wouldn't end up inside the goal.

Both teams had their fair share of chances but ultimately share spoils in a goalless draw.

Full-time (Jamshedpur FC 0-0 Bengaluru FC)!!

90+3' Chance- Rehenesh was off his line and Ibara with a glorious chance to slot the ball inside the net. But the forward fluffs his shot.

90+2' A poor corner as JFC clears the ball quite easily.

90+2' Ashique's cross from the left is blocked and it is a BFC corner.

Four-additional minutes!!

90' Shot- Lima goes past Costa and shoots at goal but it is blocked. The rebound falls to Boris but he is offside.

89' BFC under the cosh currently- the Blues cannot get out of their own half.  JFC asking all the questions right now.

89' BFC Sub- Rohit Kumar replace Suresh.

86' JFC Subs- Eli Sabia and Ishan Pandita replace Murray and Narender.

84' Off the crossbar- Ashique with an inch-perfect ball inside the JFC box from a BFC freekick. Sunil Chhetri heads the ball towards goal but it rattles the crossbar and comes back into play.

83' Danish tries to find a teammate with a long ball but his pass is poor as it goes straight to Rehenesh.

80' Gurpreet hasn't been at his best this season but he has made some wonderful saves today to keep his team in the match today.

Match resumes!!

Drinks break!!

75' Save- Stewart slipped a wonderful through-ball. He reaches the ball a bit late, which allows Gurpreet to come out and make a save.

73' BFC Sub- Sunil Chhetri replaces Cleiton Silva. A bizarre decision by Pezzaiuoli as Silva has been BFC's best player today.  Silva does not look happy.

72' Shot- BFC loses possession again while trying to play out from the back- Ibara cannot get to Gurpreet's pass and Lima pounces on the ball. He shoots and it is not too far away.

71' Stewart is beating defenders for fun as he dribbles past three BFC players. He is clipped and it is a JFC foul.

69' Save- Stewart shows his skill on the ball by twisting and turning away from a couple of BFC players. He pulls the trigger after finding a bit of space but Gurpreet gets down well and makes the save.

68' JFC Sub- Rikwik Das comes on for Doungel.

66' Ajith down on the ground right now as he receives medical attention.

64' A prolonged period of pressure by JFC inside the Bengaluru half. The blues cannot find a way out of their own half.

61' BFC tries to initiate a counter-attack- Farooq passes to Udanta, who cannot keep it in control. Rehenesh collects the loose ball.

59' Shot- Sloppy play by BFC as it tries to play out from the back. The Blues lose possession and Stewart gets the ball. He pulls the trigger and the ball takes a touch off a BFC player and goes out for a corner.

58' Shot- Silva manages to get the ball over the wall but it does dip enough in time. It is a goalkick to JFC. Sigh of relief by the Jamshedpur players.

57' Booking- JFC's Jitendra sees the first yellow of the night.

57' Jitendra brings down Udanta just outside the box right when the BFC forward was going to pull the trigger.

54' Chance- Cleiton delivers a great ball from a BFC freekick, which finds Ibara. Ibara's header however, lacking the quality of the preceding cross by Silva. Goalkick to BFC.

53' Ibara finds space on the right flank and makes a run. He cuts inside but his touch is too heavy and he loses control of the ball and concedes possession.

51' Chance- Stewart delivers a good ball from a JFC corner. He finds Hartley at the back-post. The JFC skipper gets his head to it but couldn't get his angles right.

49' Suresh tries a diagonal to find Danish but it is misdirected. It ends up with Rehenesh.

46' Boris has taken a knock on his foot early in the second half. He is currently receiving medical attention.

46' No half-time changes to report.

We are back for the second-half!!

Both teams have had their chances at finding the net but the match remains goalless at the break.

Cleiton Silva came closest to scoring in the 39th-minute but was denied by a wonderful save by TP Rehenesh.

Stay tuned!! Live-action from the second half after a short break.

Half-time!! (Jamshedpur FC 0-0 Bengaluru FC)

Two additional minutes!!

45' Save- Stewart pulls the trigger early from the left side of the BFC box, which forces a wonderful save from Gurpreet.

44' Chance- Cleiton Silva finds Ibara with his delivery from the corner-flag. Ibara gets his head to it but the headeris not on target.

40' JFC Sub- Boris Singh has replaced the injured Thatal.

39' Save- An inch-perfect ball from Ashique inside the box. Cleiton makes a lovely connection with his head but Rehenesh pulls off a great save.

38' It seems like Thatal won't be able to continue for the night. An unfortunate sight to see.

37' Komal Thatal of JFC down right now- he is receiving medical attention.

35' We are seeing some scrappy football right now by both teams. None of them seem to be doing anything substantial with the ball right now.

32' TP Rehenesh with some risky bit of play as he takes too much time to pick the ball up as Udanta comes rushing at him with his blistering pace.

Match resumes!!

Drinks break!!

29' Good pressing by Jamshedpur- Bengaluru players not getting any time on the ball inside their own half.

25' Gurpreet with an important touch to send the ball away after a cross was sent in from the left. Stewart was waiting at the back-post.

23' A good attacking move by JFC ends with Ricky attempting a cross inside the box from the left. But it is too flat and the effort is blocked.

21' Cleiton sends a good ball inside the box from a BFC freekick but no one attacked the cross and the ball goes out for a goalkick.

20' Ajith swings a good ball inside the box but Hartley uses his towering aerial presence to head the ball away from danger.

18' Shot- Stewart shoots from the edge of the BFC box. He connects well with the ball but the shot is blocked.

15' Shot- Murray takes a shot from outside the BFC box but skies it. It wouldn't have mattered if it was on target as the referee blew his whistle right before Murray lined his shot up.

13' Shot- Lima with an inspirational run going past three BFC players. He shoots across goal but it is not on target.

11' Bruno with an off the ball body check on Stewart inside the BFC box. He is lucky that the referee did spot that.

9' Ashique with a lovely long-ball to Udanta who does well to keep it under control. But his attempted cross to Cleiton is weak. The ball is almost put inside his own net by Doungel.

6' Ajith darts down the right flank and tries to send the ball into the middle of the box but his cross is blocked.

4' Good corner by Stewart but it is cleared by BFC. The rebound falls to him again and he attempts another cross but the referee blows his whistle for offside.

3' Thatal attempts to deliver a cross from the left but it is blocked. Corner to JFC.

2' Stewart goes for goal directly testing Gurpeet on the near-post but the keeper collects the ball comfortably.

1' Early foul by Bruno on JFC's Greg Stewart.

1' Kick-off!!

7:30 PM- And we are underway!!

Toss Update: Peter Hartley wins the toss. JFC will kick things off here. While, BFC will be attacking from left to right in the first half. Moments away from the kick-off).

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7:15 PM- Head-To-Head record!!

The two sides have played eight times, with Jamshedpur FC winning side four times and Bengaluru winning it twice. The remaining fixtures ended in draws.

7:00 PM- Key player for both teams!!

Greg Stewart (Jamshedpur FC): Stewart has been in great form netting four goals and providing four assists, the most goal contributions by any player in the league so far. A clinical forward, Stewart netted the first hat-trick of the Hero ISL 2021-22 season in the last game alongside being the first player to score a hat-trick for Jamshedpur FC.

Cleiton Silva (Bengaluru FC): Silva has scored four times and provided two assists in seven games for the Blues. Quick on his feet, the Brazilian has taken the second-most shots in the league (20).

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6:35 PM- Official lineups are out!!

Jamshedpur FC Playing XI: TP Rehenesh (GK), Laldinliana Renthlei, Narender Gahlot, Peter Hartley (C), Ricky Lallawmawma, Jitendra Singh, Alexandre Lima, Seiminlen Doungel, Komal Thatal, Greg Stewart, Jordan Murray.

Subs: Pawan (GK), Sabia, Karan, Anas, Boris, Mobashir, Ritwik, Pandita.

Coach: Owen Coyle

Bengaluru FC: Gurpreet Sandhu (GK/C), Ajith Kamaraj, Alan Costa, Parag Shrivas, Ashique Kuruniyan, Suresh Wangjam, Bruno Silva, Danish Farooq, Udanta Singh, Prince Ibara, Cleiton Silva.

Subs: Lara (GK), Pratik, Muirang, Jayesh, Iman, Rohit, Lyngdoh, Chhetri, Siva Narayanan

Coach: Marco Pezzaiuoli

6:15 PM-  Here's what happened when both teams met the last time!!


6:00 PM- Here's how we think the two sides could line up today!!

Jamshedpur FC Predicted XI: TP Rehenesh (GK), Laldinliana Renthlei, Narender Gahlot, Peter Hartley (C), Ricky Lallawmawma, Jitendra Singh, Alexandre Lima, Seiminlen Doungel, Komal Thatal, Greg Stewart, Nerijus Valskis.

Bengaluru FC Predicted XI: Gurpreet Sandhu (GK) (C), Pratik Chowdhary, Parag Shrivas, Ashique Kuruniyan, Ajith Kamaraj, Alan Costa, Danish Farooq, Bruno Silva, Jayesh Rane, Prince Ibara and Cleiton Silva.

5:45 PM- Teams news and Injury updates ahead of the match!!

Jamshedpur FC: In the Jamshedpur FC camp, Mobashir Rahman has started training with the squad but he will not start today's match against Bengaluru.

Bengaluru FC: Bengaluru FC, on the other hand, will be without Leon Augustine and Yrondu Musavu-King due to their respective injuries. Roshan Naorem picked up his fourth yellow card last match for which he is suspended for today's game.

MATCH PREVIEW: ISL 2021-22: Winless Bengaluru wary of Jamshedpur threat

Bengaluru FC (BFC) faces a tough challenge against a strong Jamshedpur FC in an Indian Super League (ISL 2021-22) outing at Bambolim on Monday.

BFC, winless in six games, takes on Jamshedpur FC, which is fresh from a 4-0 victory over Odisha FC in its previous outing. BFC, however, can take some positives from a 3-3 draw earned against ATK Mohun Bagan a few days ago.

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Suresh Wangjam returns to the BFC squad after the midfielder served his one-match ban for picking up a red card against FC Goa. Naorem Singh will miss out due to suspension (four yellows).

The Jamshedpur FC frontline poses a serious threat. Scotland’s Greg Stewart is in form, having scored the club’s first-ever hat-trick in the victory over Odisha FC.

“They have four very good attacking players, and Greg Stewart is one of them. We’ve played two pre-season friendlies against them, and have an idea of the kind of threat they possess,” BFC head coach Marco Pezzaiuoli said.

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Jamshedpur FC has won three of its last five games, and will look to build on its good form. "Greg Stewart is a wonderful player. That's why I got him to the football club. I told everybody in the pre-season about his qualities and it's nice when I am vindicated,” Jamshedpur head coach Owen Coyle said.

Where to watch?

You can watch the Jamshedpur FC vs Bengaluru FC match live at 7:30 PM on the Star Network (SD and HD). It will also be streamed live on Disney+Hotstar and JioTV.