This is the Red & Golds’ third win of the campaign, all of them coming from away games.
Jamshedpur FC faced their fourth consecutive defeat of the ISL 2022-23 season at their home against neighbours East Bengal. The Men of Steel created ample chances to get the game in their favour but were unable to turn the game. And the team must be rueing about the missed chances. The team is giving their everything but is falling prey to instantial errors.
On the other hand the win invokes the hopes of East Bengal to get among the prized six spots. Cleiton Silva and Naorem Mahesh SIngh are already leading the charts for most goals and assists, respectively.
On that note, let’s take a look at the ratings to find out how the players fared in the match.
Jamshedpur FC (By JN Balraj)
TP Rehenesh (GK) – 6
The custodian was decent between the sticks in the game. Overall, Rehenesh made four saves to keep his side in the game. Among those two saves were from inside the box. But all his efforts yielded nothing for the club.
Laldinliana Renthlei – 5.5
Dinliana was struggling against the East Bengal wingers. He committed four fouls in the game and was less effective than before.
Pratik Chaudhuri – 7
The defender is looking solid at the back with captain Peter Hartley. Pratik made three clearances and blocked two shots in the game.
Peter Hartley – 6.5
The leading man is leaving no stone unturned in the defence but is unable to keep the backline tight. Hartley won three of his four aerial duels and made three interceptions.
Ricky Lallawmawma – 6.5
The consistent left-back again demonstrated his quality on the defensive left side of the pitch. Ricky made three successful tackles and two interceptions in the match.
Jitendra Singh – 6.5
The young midfielder created one goal-scoring opportunity in the 49 passes he attempted with 79% accuracy. Jitendra was influential with his passing and composure in the middle of the park.
SK Sahil – 6
The youngster was impressive in several segments of the game on his team debut. But Sahil failed to be consistent throughout. Eventually, he was substituted off for the last fifteen minutes.
Jay Emmanuel-Thomas – 8
The Englishman was at his best against the Red & Gold Brigade. JET created six goal-scoring chances and attempted six shots. He was able to keep two of them on target and also scored from the spot kick.
Boris Singh – 6.5
Boris Singh tried too hard to make the mark at times. He played two key passes and created one big chance. The youngster also won five ground duels on the night.
Harry Sawyer – 6
Towering Harry was too predictable with his passing and play in the final third. Overall, Sawyer took three shots and kept two of them on target.
Daniel Chima – 7
Daniel Chima created five big chances and attempted two shots. But he failed to find the back of the net and must be disappointed.
Ritwik Das – 5.5
The winger attempted three dribbles and was successful once. Ritwik was quite ineffective in the attacking third and must be rueing about that.
Farukh Choudhary – 6
Farukh attempted one shot and also won a duel in the limited minutes he got. The versatile player is yet to make his mark this season.
Ishan Pandita – 6.5
Ishan Pandita got around 10 minutes of game-time. He did not get enough opportunities in the final third but contributed defensively with two tackles and winning as many duels.
East Bengal (By Tarkesh Jha)
Kamaljit Singh – 6.5
Kamaljit was kept busy by the Jamshedpur attackers but he made multiple saves along with a couple of key clearances and punches to keep his team’s lead intact.
Sarthak Golui – 6
Golui’s passing was erratic but he put in several lateral balls into the box and also tackled frequently with purpose to prevent Jamshedpur from dominating through the flank.
Lalchungnunga – 5
Lalchungnunga’s misplaced challenge allowed Jamshedpur to come back into the game with a spot-kick in the first-half. The defender had an odd off game irrespective of the fine performance delivered by the rest of the backline.
Ivan Gonzalez – 7
The Spaniard infused an innate composure in the defensive unit as he recorded seven tackles along with three interceptions and clearances each to help his team keep things tidy at the back.
Jerry Lalrinzuala – 6
Jerry contributed productively at both ends of the pitch. However, he was involved in a greater capacity at the back, putting in regular tackles and keeping the tempo of the game upbeat with his dazzling runs ahead.
VP Suhair – 7
Suhair opened the scoring in the second minute and helped East Bengal get a foot ahead in the game. He took another shot on target in addition to that and also put in three crosses to round up a convincing performance altogether.
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Alex Lima – 6
Alex Lima ran the game for East Bengal from the base of the midfield. He made regular efforts to play assertive forward passes and was sharp enough to recover the ball swiftly whenever his team lost possession in precarious positions.
Jordan O’Doherty – 6
The Australian midfielder helped East Bengal control the proceedings with a passing accuracy of nearly 91%. He did the small things right by helping the team briskly move the ball higher up the field with small but precise passes.
Naorem Mahesh Singh – 8
Naorem bagged a hat-trick of assists as he was the star of the night for Constantine’s men. He ran a riot from the left flank, making piercing runs, creating five goal-scoring opportunities, making seven crosses in addition to making two clearances and tackles each.
Semboi Haokip – 5.5
Semboi had a quieter night as compared to his fellow forwards but he played a decent part in the attacking domination carried out by the visitors.
Cleiton Silva – 8
Silva displayed some impeccable finishing as he bagged a brace against the incumbent League Shield winners. In total, he took eight shots as he was a consistent threat to Jamshedpur’s goal throughout the course of the 90 minutes.
Aniket Jadhav – 5
Jadhav registered a shot but he didn’t have much of an impact during the 26 minutes that he stayed on the field.