There were a host of changes in the starting line-up of the Nizams.
Jamshedpur FC secured their fourth win of the Indian Super League (ISL 2022-23) campaign with a 3-2 triumph against Hyderabad FC. The fixture took place at the G.M.C. Balayogi Athletic Stadium in Hyderabad where Manolo Marquez gave several squad players a place in the starting line-up.
There were plenty of highlights from the game. Eli Sabia saw a red card while Vishal Yadav saved a penalty from Joao Victor, who registered a return to action after a long-term injury.
Plenty of chances but no finished product
Here are the player ratings from Hyderabad FC vs Jamshedpur FC game:
Hyderabad FC (by Praketh Reddy)
Lalbiakhlua Jongte – 6.5
Starting his first game of the season, Jongte was not alert enough in his goal and ideally should have saved the first goal. He did get better as the game progressed and made four saves.
Reagan Singh – 7.0
Reagan Singh made his sixth appearance of the season, and had a decent game. He had an 88% pass accuracy and made a few darting runs. He also performed his defensive duties well.
Chinglensana Singh – 6.5
Chinglensana Singh missed his usual centre-back partner Odei Onaindia today, but adapted well and was the pick of the defenders for Hyderabad FC. He also had a 92% pass accuracy.
Nim Dorjee – 6.0
Nim Dorjee was shaky in defence and was not so confident on the ball. He could not win the ball and let go of the third goal.
Akash Mishra – 6.5
The left-back performed his personal defensive duties well, but could not prove much of an attacking threat with the home team chasing the game. He had the most clearances for the team with four.
Abdul Rabeeh – 7.0
Abdul notched up his third assist of the season, and was very much involved in the game. He got 54 touches of the ball and completed 34 passes.
Sahil Tavora – 6.5
Starting in midfield after a few games, Tavora was sharp and produced quality balls into the box initially. But in a shaky first half, he got beaten by the attackers of Jamshedpur FC. He was substituted in the second half.
Borja Herrera – 7.5
Borja was quick off his feet and delivered a great corner to assist the first goal for Hyderabad FC. With every following minute, his influence on the game reduced, and he was eventually subbed off for Joao Victor in the second half.
Bartholomew Ogbeche – 9.0
The go to man for the Nizams scored a brilliant header early in the first half to give Hyderabad FC the lead. He was the silver lining for the home team as he pulled another goal back in the second half and finished with two goals on the night.
Rohit Danu – 6.0
Rohit Danu did not have the best of games. He created two chances, but did not have much of an influence on the left. He was substituted in the second half.
Javier Siverio – 6.0
Siverio fluffed a few of his chances on goal. Although his build-up play and passing was good, the striker will be disappointed to not have his name on the scoresheet. Also, did not receive much of the ball as a striker. He missed a last-minute header to equalize for the team.
Joao Victor – 6.5
The captain enjoyed a return to the league after an injury, but he will be disappointed with missing a penalty in the second half. However, he did try to do something creative in midfield, and had an 82% pass accuracy during his stay.
Joel Chianese – 6.0
With the home team chasing the game, Chianese was brought on in the second half but he failed to create much impact.
Lalchungnunga Chhangte – 6.0
Chhangte came on in the 72nd minute and performed his duties well. He had a 100% pass accuracy rate, completing each of his seven passes.
Mark Zothanpuia – 6.0
Mark came on late in the second half and completed his duties well.
Aaren D’ Silva – N/A
Jamshedpur FC (by Waseem Zaidi)
Vishal Yadav (GK) – 7.5
Vishal Yadav became the first goalkeeper to stop a penalty from Joao Victor in the Indian Super League. He could have done better for the first goal, and did not get a lot of help from his defence for the second goal from close range.
Ricky Lallawmawma – 5.5
The full-back gave away a penalty to Jamshedpur FC. He created one scoring chance for his team and looked comfortable while in possession of the ball.
Pratik Chaudhari – 6.5
Pratik Chaudhari made some key clearances after Eli Sabia saw a red card. His presence was key in helping Jamshedpur FC secure the victory.
Eli Sabia – 3.5
The centre-back left the field after receiving a red card in the early minutes of the second half. His suspension was a difficult blow for Jamshedpur FC, as it invited a lot of pressure and forced the head coach into making tactical changes.
Laldinliana Renthlei – 6.0
Laldinliana Renthlei did a solid job in minimising threats from his flank. He had two clearances from the game but his contribution in attack was meagre.
Pronay Halder – 6.5
The midfielder had only 29 touches in the entire game. However, he was crucial in providing cover to the defence from the midfield. He also glanced a shot on target and made four clearances.
Boris Singh – 7.0
Boris Singh got an assist in the game. He worked his socks off and contributed in both attack and defence. He also had a shot on target in a good performance.
Harry Sawyer – 8.5
Harry Sawyer was central to most of Jamshedpur FC’s attacking moves. He made two assists and took six shots on goal, giving the Hyderabad FC defence a massive headache.
Ritwik Das – 7.5
Ritwik Das proved his quality by scoring with a brilliant header. It was his fifth goal of the season for Jamshedpur FC.
Jay Emmanuel-Thomas – 7.5
The striker converted his penalty to give his team the lead in the first half. He made five clearances in the match after having to help the defence stay afloat and secure the points.
Daniel Chima Chukwu – 8.5
Daniel Chima Chukwu scored with a sensational chip in the first half, extending his side’s lead. The striker also created three scoring chances. He left the field early in the second half after the head coach made a tactical change post Sabia’s red card.
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Jitendra Singh – 5.5
The defender came on early in the second half after Eli Sabia saw a direct red card. He made three blocks and also created two scoring chances for Jamshedpur FC.
Seiminlen Doungel – 6.0
The winger was tasked with helping his team secure the win and he had to do a lot of defensive work in order to achieve the feat. He picked up a yellow card in the final stages of the game.
Farukh Choudhary – 6.5
Farukh Choudhary also had to help out in defence. He had five touches on the ball.
Ishan Pandita – 6.5
The striker put in a good shift and dribbled the ball well, creating a couple of chances for himself.
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