The Men of Steel let slip a lead late in the second half.

Another game, another late equalizer – The Indian Super League seems to be developing a bit of a trend over recent weeks, after Jamshedpur FC and NorthEast United played out a tight 1-1 draw on the night.

Although, the Men of Steel led the fixture for the most part, in keeping up with the recent style, Panagiotis Triadis stepped up and got the late equalizer to ensure that his team earned a share of the points.

Watch: Jamshedpur FC 1-1 NorthEast United highlights

Here Are The Indian Player ratings for the match:

Jamshedpur FC

Subrata Paul- 5.5

The former national team shot-stopper was forced into a couple of decent saves over the course of the match, but was extremely lucky not to concede again. Struggled to collect from set-pieces as well.

Robin Gurung- 6.5

The youngster has done well in recent weeks and put up another decent performance on the night to maintain his place in the side.

Narendar Gahlot- 6.0

He wasn’t able to get forward quite as much as his full-back partner, but defended satisfactorily whenever he was called into action.

Farukh Choudhary- 7.5

The striker deserved a goal for all the hardwork and perseverance he showed on the night. An excellent shout to start for the national team.

Jitendra Singh- 6.5

Did well maintaining possession in the early stages, as the Men of Steel came back into the game. He wasn’t involved as much as he would’ve liked in the second half.

CK Vineeth- 5.5

He was poor on the ball once again and needs to work extremely hard on his first touch. There were obvious signs of quality, but just not good enough.


Aniket Jadhav- 5.0

Thrown on in place of Sergio Castel, as the Spaniard picked up a knock. Didn’t have the impact the youngster might’ve been hoping for.

Sumeet Passi- 5.0

Came on and had some good touches, but generally didn’t have the time to influence the result too much.

NorthEast United

Subhasish Roy Chowdhury- 6.0

Couldn’t have done too much about the Jamshedpur equalizer because of the sheer lack of distance between the striker and him.

Reagan Singh- 6.0

The full-back wasn’t able to create too much going forward in the second period, but did well to launch attacks, as the Highlanders looked for an equalizer.

Wayne Vaz- 6.5

Although, the centre-half was given a tough time by young Sergio Castel in the first half, he came back a lot stronger in the second period.

Rakesh Pradhan- 6.5

Played some neat balls into the box and got forward at every opportunity that was presented to him. Needs to work on his decision-making in the final third though.

Redeem Tlang- 6.5

The midfield star maintained possession well, with some neat touches and short passes in and around the Jamshedpur final third. But, needs to improve his delivery.

Lalthathanga Khawlhring- 6.5

Although, he didn’t have the greatest opening 60 minutes, once the Highlanders began to fight back, he grew into one of the integral parts of the team.


Milan Singh- 6.0

Brought on in an attempt to add more steel to the Highlanders’ midfield, and although he didn’t have a direct impact, the switch worked out great.