ISL 2019 highlights: 10-man Jamshedpur defeats Odisha 2-1 in campaign opener

Catch all the live updates, commentary and score from the Indian Super League match between Jamshedpur FC and Odisha FC at the JRD Tata Sports Complex.

Tiri and Memo in action for Jamshedpur FC last season.   -  Sportzpics

Hello and welcome to the LIVE coverage of the Indian Super League match between Jamshedpur FC and Odisha FC, which will be played at the JRD Tata Sports Complex. This is Manasi Pathak  and I shall keep you company through the match.

 

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10-man Jamshedpur defeats Odisha - Talking points

- That was all from my side. Stay tuned for the talking points and a review podcast from this match before we meet again tomorrow for FC Goa vs Chennaiyin FC! Cheers, and thanks for tuning in.

Full time: Jamshedpur 2-1 Odisha: Sergio Castel's late goal seals the win for Jamshedpur as it starts its ISL campaign with full points, despite being down to ten men. Odisha gets off to a losing start, under the 'new brand'.

90+4' - Off goes the final whistle and 10-men Jamshedpur has won!

90+3' - Goal scorer Castel makes way for Gurung. Jamshedpur looks set to seal full points now, with just over a minute pending.

90+1' - Castel cuts in from the right but shoots far too wide.

90' - Four minutes have been added on here.

85' - GOAL! Jamshedpur 2-1 Odisha. Jamshedpur has gotten the vital goal to put itself in the lead, just minutes before the final whistle. Castel puts the finish to Piti's pass as the 10-men Jamshedpur is now leading! Castel with a beautiful dink over Dorronsoro!

82' - Nandhakumar has made way for youngster Kuki.

80' -  Piti cuts in from the right but his shot from distance is collected safely by Dorronsoro.

77' - POOR DECISION-MAKING FROM FARUKH! Against the run of play, Jamshedpur attacks from the right as Farukh gets the ball in the middle after his teammates set him up. He is one-on-one with Dorronsoro, but the youngster squares the ball for Castel. But, Bikramjit gets to it first and the golden chance it wasted.

71' - CHANCE! Castel gets the ball but volleys it wide, away from the goal. Later, Passi takes an attempt off the loose ball but it is off target.

67' - CHANCE! Substitutes Guedes and Bikramjit combine well as the former whips in a cross from the right. Bikramjit swings his foot, but the shot is blocked by Subrata through his legs.

65' - Martin Geudes comes on for Xisco, who had a bad game tonight. It's still 1-1 at the JRD Tata Sports Complex.

63' - Castel tries to get on the end of a cross from the right but Shubham does well to get it out of the way.

60' - Passi with an early impact for Jamshedpur as he shoots from inside the box, but sees his effort go wide. Bikramjit was at fault for not clearing the danger.

58' - Changes from both teams as Aniket is substituted off for Passi, whereas Bikramjit comes on for Vinit.

53' - As Odisha builds attack from the right, Xisco loses the ball in the middle. Moments later, Aniket tries to attack from the right, but his effort is blocked.

50' - A yellow card for Aniket who hits Narayan with his elbow in the neck. Narayan goes down theatrically, but the ref does not give marching orders to Aniket.

46' - Second half kicks off. Memo has come on for Acosta, as he joins the defence.

Half-time: Jamshedpur 1-1 Odisha - An own goal by Gharami put Odisha behind but Aridane bounced back with a screamer, minutes before the break. JFC is also down to ten men. Second half awaits.

45' - Two minutes have been added on.

40' -  GOAL! Jamshedpur 1-1 Odisha. Aridane Santana puts Odisha up! Jerry M, who has had a good performance tonight, whips in a cross from the right wing, which is let away by Tebar for Arindane in the box. He thumps it into the net, beyond the reach of Subrata!

36' - RED CARD! Jairu is sent off for his two-footed tackle on Jerry M. who was making his run into the box. Jamshedpur is down to ten men.

33' - Narayan brings down an onrushing Piti, but is not carded by the ref. A free-kick is awarded to Jamshedpur in a good position, a few steps away from the box. Piti, though, wastes the chance as his free-kick fails to clear the wall.

30' - Castel runs down the left wing as he tries to penetrate the box. Gharami tackles him and Castel appeals for a corner. The ball, though, came off his shin and the referee signals a goal-kick. Moments later, Castel whips in an effort from the left side, but it is wide of the goal.

24' - Xisco seems to be down on the field in pain, holding hit feet. The former Bengaluru man won't be replaced though as he continues to play.

17' - OWN GOAL! Jamshedpur 1-0 Odisha. Rana Gharami scores in his own net as he taps in the cross from Farukh, in an attempt to clear the danger. It only took us three days to witness the first own-goal of this season! A day to forget for Gharami.

14' - ALMOST! Jerry is fed with a ball from the midfield and he makes his way into the box, from the right. He takes a shot, which hits the post! On the rebound, Nandhakumar tries his chance but shoots it into the air! Jerry was awfully close to his first strike of the match.

9' - CHANCE! Arindane's header from close range misses the goal by a whisker after he connects with a cross from the right side, which was sent by Jerry M. Subrata was nowhere close to the effort..

7' - Piti sends free-kick which curls into the goal, but is punched out by goalkeeper Dorronsoro.

5' - Aniket rushes down the right wing with the ball before he is blocked by Odisha's left-back. The ball goes out for a corner but Jamshedpur make nothing off it.

2' - In an aerial challenge, Monroy hurts himself as he competes with Arindane.

1' - KICKOFF! The first half is underway.

- Host Jamshedpur has opted for a three-man defence as it shapes up in a 3-5-2 formation. Subrata will guard the goal, while the attack will be led by Farukh and Castel. Aniket, who makes his JFC debut tonight, will operate on the wings with Jairu guarding the other flank. As for Odisha, Gombau has decided to go with a 4-2-3-1 shape with Arindine in attack. Nandhakumar and Jerry will handle the wings, whereas Tebar and Vinit will form the double pivot. Unlike Jamshedpur, Odisha has a foreign goalkeeper - Dorronsoro.

Jamshedpur XI: Subrata Paul, Joyner Lourenco, Tiri, Keegan Pereira, Aitor Monroy, Bikash Jairu, Noe Acosta, Piti, Farukh Choudhary, Aniket Jadhav, Sergio Castel.

Jamshedpur substitutes: Rafique Ali, Karan Amin, Robin Gurung, Memo Moura, Isaac Vanmalsawma, Mobashir Rahman, Sumeet Passi.

Odisha XI: Francisco Dorronsoro, Narayan Das, Carlos Delgado, Shubham Sarangi, Rana Gharami, Vinit Rai, Xisco Hernandez, Marcos Tebar, Jerry Mawhmingthanga, Nandhakumar Sekar, Arindine Santana.

Odisha substitutes: Arshdeep Singh, Mohammad Dhot, Bikramjit Singh, Diawandou Diagne, Martin Guedes, Daniel Lalhlimpuia, Seiminmang Manchong.

 

RECAP OF YESTERDAY

There were the frills, four clear goal opportunities, and a multitude of half-chances, but the defending champion Bengaluru FC had to be content with a goalless draw against NorthEast United FC in its opening Indian Super League campaign at Sree Kanteerava Stadium in Bengaluru.

Despite a slow start, the Highlanders gave a fright to the host through Uruguay’s Martin Chaves Garcia and Ghanaian Asamoah Gyan to walk away with a point from the Fortress.

Full match report: NorthEast thwarts Bengaluru FC in goalless stalemate

 

 



MATCH PREVIEW

Jamshedpur has had two head coaches in the last two seasons and both of them employed their own style of play at the club. Now as Spaniard Antonio Iriondo takes over, supporters can expect an attacking philosophy.

Jamshedpur also had departures to deal with as Spanish duo Mario Arques and Sergio Cidoncha joined Kerala Blasters FC.

However, it has boosted its strike force with C. K. Vineeth, who is the third-highest Indian goalscorer in the ISL. It has also replaced the outgoing foreigners with Francisco ‘Piti’ Luna and Noe Acosta while managing to retain star players Memo and Tiri. Full season preview: Jamshedpur FC awaiting a breakthrough season

Josep Gombau’s Delhi Dynamos only managed an eighth-placed finish but his team had a certain vigour packed into the football it played. Delhi Dynamos has now moved to Bhubaneshwar and has rebranded itself as Odisha FC.

Gombau will be looking to continue his project with the young squad at his disposal to deliver better results on the pitch.

Delhi’s star winger Lallianzuala Chhangte has left for Chennaiyin FC but the presence of Daniel Lalhlimpuia, Jerry Mawhmingthanga and Nandhakumar Sekar in the forward line will help Odisha pose a threat on the break. Full season preview: Odisha FC - A new name, a new home, a new season

Gombau’s team likes to keep the ball, and against Jamshedpur, it is up against a team that also loves to hog possession.

 

MATCH BROADCAST DETAILS:

Jamshedpur FC vs Odisha FC will be shown on Star Sports network and can also be streamed live on Hotstar. The kick-off is scheduled for 7:30 PM IST.