India striker Farukh Choudhary was sent off within 25 minutes since coming on in the second half.
NorthEast United and Jamshedpur FC played out a six-goal thriller at the Indira Gandhi Athletic Stadium in Guwahati. The match ended 3-3 and saw both teams coming from behind and had everything from saved penalties to red cards.
Here are the player ratings from NorthEast United vs Jamshedpur FC.
NorthEast United FC
Subhasish Roy Chowdhury – 7.0
The NorthEast United goalkeeper put in a very good performance and his effort didn’t deserve the three goals that he conceded. Subhasish managed to save a good penalty and made yet another brilliant save immediately after.
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Reagan Singh – 6.5
Reagan put yet another shift in which we have got used to over the season. Moved forward with every chance he got but could do better with the crosses. Defensively he did a good job keeping Vineeth at bay.
Rakesh Pradhan – 6.5
The left-back put in a real shift just like his fullback partner. He tried to get forward with every chance but again lacked the quality in the crosses he put. Defensively he dominated Aniket Jadhav. Jamshedpur’s first goal came from his side.
Lalengmawia – 7.5
The young United midfielder absolutely dominated the first half. He looked a cool and composed figure in the middle and was untouchable at certain points of the match. However the youngster kind of faded away during the second half.
Ninthoinganba Meetei – 6.5
The youngster had an eventful night although he only played for the first half before being replaced by Martin Chaves at half-time. He got the better of Mandi a couple of time and played the all-important pass that eventually led to the first goal of the match.
Redeem Tlang – 7.0
The midfielder looked lively throughout the game and was involved in almost all of NorthEast United attacks. Tlang came up with a brilliant finish to score NorthEast United’s second goal.
Wayne Vaz – 6.0
Just like the last match, Wayne Vaz was substituted in pretty early in the first half replacing Komorski in the 19th minute. On the pitch, the defender had a mixed performance looking solid in defence until he gave away the penalty.
Rupert Nongrum – N/A
Rupert came in the 87th minute and didn’t have much impact in the game.
MD Rafique – 5.5
The Jamshedpur goalkeeper didn’t have the best of nights as he looked rather nervy fumbling the ball on many occasions. Rafique could have done better with NorthEast’s second goal.
Sumeet Passi – 6.0
Playing in an unfamiliar right-back position, Passi had a hard time coping with the pace of Redeem Tlang. He was eventually replaced by defender Jitendra Singh in the 74th minute.
Sandip Mandi – 6.0
The youngster did a good enough job considering his age. In the first half, he came up against Meetei and did his best to keep a check on him.
Aniket Anil Jadhav – 5.5
Aniket put out a disappointing performance on the right side of Jamshedpur’s attack. He had a hard time getting past Pradhan and was eventually replaced by Farukh Choudhary.
Amarjit Singh – 6.5
Amarjit started the match rather slow and did little in the first half but got the all-important assist in Jamshedpur’s first goal. He put in a more solid performance in the second half by getting more of the ball and dominating the play.
Bikash Jairu – 5.0
Jairu had little impact coming from mid-field and wasn’t involved at all in the first half. He was subbed off at half time.
CK Vineeth – 5.5
Yet another Indian from Jamshedpur FC who put in a disappointing show. The forward’s performance was way below par as he had a hard time in the left Of Jamshedpur’s attack.
Farukh Choudhary – 3
The forward came on in the 62nd minute and was sent off in the 87th-minute mark after picking up his second yellow card. He had little to no impact in the few minutes on the field.
Jitendra Singh – 5.5
The defender came on in the 74th minute to replace Sumeet Passi in defence. His team conceded two goals after he came on.