The right-winger now has nine goals this season.
Mumbai City came from behind to defeat Jamshedpur FC 2-1 at the JRD Tata Sports Complex on Friday. Lallianzuala Chhangte scored and assisted once each as the Islanders netted twice within six minutes (80’, 86’) to further their unbeaten run this season. The Men of Steel secured a lead in the 63rd minute through a goal by Boris Singh and looked set to hand Des Buckingham’s men their first defeat of the ISL 2022-23 campaign. However, the visitors unleashed their complete attacking potential on Aidy Boothroyd’s men to secure three points from this encounter.
Here are the player ratings from both teams in this match.
Jamshedpur FC (By Souvari Paul)
T.P. Rehenesh – 6.5
With two saves and one clearance, mostly looked sturdy under Jamshedpur FC’s goal. Made a few crucial interceptions to prevent Mumbai City’s attackers from scoring many. Conceded a very poor goal at the end to give Mumbai the lead.
Laldinliana Renthlei – 5.5
Made a harsh mistake towards the end as he gave Bipin Singh the opportunity to assist Mumbai’s equaliser. Apart from that, played well to make four defensive contributions.
Pratik Chaudhari – 6.5
Took a good on-target shot and made seven clearances throughout the game. Should have done better in the case of Mumbai’s equaliser.
Eli Sabia – 6.0
Created a chance and made three clearances. Lacked composure (a bit) toward the end when Mumbai City scored twice. Should have done better to prevent Mumbai’s first goal.
Ricky Lallawmawma – 7.5
Had a good game. Aided the attack well by whipping in six crosses. Consequently, created two chances. Made many defensive contributions with a high number of touches. Should have done better to prevent Vikram from scoring Mumbai’s winner.
Boris Singh – 8.0
One of the best players on the pitch today. Looked very lively. Took four shots and scored his team’s solitary goal. Created a chance. Looked threatening whenever he entered Mumbai City’s penalty area.
Pronay Halder – 7.5
His return to Jamshedpur has proved to be highly beneficial as he created two chances and looked comfortable both on and off the ball. Made several defensive contributions as well.
Jay Emmanuel-Thomas – 7.0
Played well, especially when Jamshedpur FC were dominating the proceedings. Took two shots and created two chances. Made the highest number of passes (25) for his side.
Ritwik Das – 8.0
Another outstanding player for Jamshedpur FC. Took six shots in total, three of which were on target. Created three chances. Had 45 touches in total. Tried his best to create problems for Mumbai City’s defence.
Harry Sawyer – 7.5
Enjoyed the period when the game was under Jamshedpur FC’s control. Took six shots in total, four of which were blocked. Created one chance. Was subbed off in the 83rd minute.
Daniel Chima Chukwu – 8.0
Took one shot. Assisted his team’s only goal. Created three chances in total. Looked very effective in the initial phase of the game. Made three successful tackles as well.
Ishan Pandita – N/A
Rafael Crivellaro – N/A
Mumbai City (By Tarkesh Jha)
Phurba Lachenpa – 6.5
The goalkeeper had a busy day at office, facing 14 shots with eight of them landing on target. Lachenpa saved six of them but was left hapless at Boris’ strike.
Sanjeev Stalin – 6
Stalin made four tackles along with a solitary interception, block and clearance each to round off a decent performance from the right-back slot.
Mourtada Fall – 6.5
Fall was industrious at the heart of the backline, making seven clearances, three blocks and two tackles along with completing 84 per cent of his total passes.
Mehtab Singh – 6
Mehtab’s passing, with an accuracy of 86 per cent, was slightly wayward per his usual standards. He, however, tackled thrice and made seven clearances to deliver a convincing defensive performance.
Mandar Rao Dessai – 6
Mandar put in two crosses and made a couple of tackles and clearances each, but was substituted off for Vignesh Dakshinamurthy as Mumbai City looked to claw their way back in the game in the final quarter.
Ahmed Jahouh – 6
Jahouh struggled to get a stronghold over the proceedings like he usually does. He completed only 67 per cent of his passes but made nine tackles and three clearances to protect Mumbai’s backline.
Lalengmawia Ralte – 6
Apuia completed 91 per cent of his passes and also tackled thrice, as he supplemented Jahouh’s creative acumen with his comprehensive all-round gameplay.
Greg Stewart – 5.5
Stewart pushed hard to make things tick and crossed twice in addition to creating a couple of goal-scoring chances as well. He didn’t register any shot on target though.
Lallianzuala Chhangte – 8
Chhangte provided yet another testament of his imperious form as he first helped Mumbai City notch the equalizer and then assisted Vikram Partap Singh’s goal to snatch three points from the home side.
Mumbai were being dragged out of the game at one point but it was Chhangte’s relentless drive inside the 18-yard box that proved out to be the Islanders’ savior in this game.
Bipin Singh – 6
Bipin created two goal-scoring chances and crossed thrice as he was also well involved in the build-up of Mumbai’s opening goal of the night.
Jorge Pereyra Diaz – 5.5
Diaz didn’t shoot on target even once. He took two shots otherwise but was also booked towards the fag end of the game.
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Rostyn Griffiths – 6
Rostyn slotted seamlessly into the midfield and prevented any slip-up from Mumbai’s defensive unit.
Alberto Noguera – 6.5
Noguera injected fresh energy and enthusiasm into the field as he was more proactive in taking on Jamshedpur FC players near the 18-yard box. He also glanced two shots at goal in merely 23 minutes.
Vikram Partap Singh – 7
Vikram bagged the winner for Mumbai as he carried out the role of a substitute to perfection by enabling his side to attack in numbers as they chased the win in the last 20 minutes.
Vignesh Dakshinamurthy – N/A
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