The two teams are forced to share points, as Jamshedpur continue with their fine form.

Jamshedpur FC and ATK Mohun Bagan FC gave us an enjoyable 90 minutes of football. The ISL 2022-23 game had everything except the goal, and both teams had some great chances.

Despite being out of the playoff race, Jamshedpur put on a great fight tonight and managed to hold back a strong team. Whereas for ATK Mohun Bagan, a draw means that now they are in a delicate position wherein they can lose their top six spot on the ISL 2022-23 table, and hence, need to get results in the coming fixtures to qualify for the next round.

Here are the ratings from the goalless draw between Jamshedpur FC and ATK Mohun Bagan.

Jamshedpur FC (By Keshava Verma)

Rehnesh Parambar – 7.5

Rehnesh made a total of seven saves tonight, and very well abided by his role of protecting Jamshedpur’s goal.

Laldinliana Renthlei – 7

Renthlei did extremely well to stop the likes of Manvir and Liston to exploit from the wings. The left-back made four tackles, and also made two clearances and interceptions.

Pratik Chowdhary – 7

Pratik displayed a top-notch defensive performance tonight and kept ATK’s attack quiet almost all night long. Astonishingly, the defender wasn’t dribbled past even once in the entirety of the game.

Eli Sabia – 7.5

With a total of five clearances, two interceptions and three tackles, Eli was once again a beast in the backline for Jamshedpur, and kept Gallego and Petratos in his pocket.

Ricky Lallawmawma – 7

Rikcy made five clearances and blocked two shots. The player also played a number of accurate long balls in the path of Chukwu, that helped Jamshedpur with their attack.

Boris Thangjam – 6.5

Boris had a decent game, as he played two key passes, and won eight ground duels. The player though missed Jamshedpur’s clearest chance on goal, and failed to get his team on the scoresheet.

Jitendra Singh – 6.5

Jitendra was arguably the most active player for Jamshedpur FC tonight. The midfielder was impressive with his constant pressing, and also made potent defensive and attacking contributions.

Jay Emmanuel Thomas – 8

The Englishman had 71 touches on the ball, and created a number of chances for his attackers. Jay also had three shots on target, and was on point with his passing.

Ritwik Kumar Das – 7

Ritwik had a pretty decent game tonight. The player was impressive with the ball at his feet, and contributed tons to his team’s attack.

Rafael Crivellaro – 6.5

Crivellaro certainly made a vital impact in the 45 minutes for which he was on the pitch. The Brazilian created a few brilliant chances, and was also great with his passing.

Daniel Chukwu -6.5

Chukwu made a lot of effort in tonight’s game, but missed a couple of important chances, that could’ve given his team the lead.


Seminlen Doungel – N/A

Farukh Choudhary – N/A

Harrison Sawyer – 6.5

Harrison created Jamshedpur’s best chance on goal, and did well after coming on in the second half. The player was also pretty decent with his passing.

ATK Mohun Bagan (by Uttiyo Sarkar)

Vishal Kaith –8.5

Kaith was forced to be on his toes by Jamshedpur FC’s unpredictable swift breaks. Dealt strongly against pressure, making seven saves. His best were reserved for last, making some huge saves to deny Pratik and Chukwu – preserving his clean sheet and winning a point for his side.  

Asish Rai – 6.5

Rai troubled Jamshedpur with his long-range efforts and came close to scoring in the first half. Worked hard defensively, making three tackles, two interceptions and two blocks – but was left bamboozled by Ritwik Das at times. Fizzled out after moving to a right-wing role. 

Pritam Kotal – 7.0

Stamped his authority from the get-go and read Jamshedpur’s attacks well. Operated smoothly in centre-back and right-back roles, making seven clearances, two tackles and two interceptions.

Brendan Hamill – 6.0

Brendan maintained a decent defensive line and neutralized the threat of Jamshedpur FC’s strikers. He made five clearances and two blocks but missed a golden open-goal chance late on. 

Subashish Bose – 6.0

Bose was troubled by his former teammate Boris Singh and had a game of two halves. Shaky in the first half, but composed himself after the break. Came up with three clearances and three tackles to eventually neutralize JFC’s threat through his side.

Carl McHugh – 5.5

Completed the most passes (28) in the first half, but struggled to help ATKMB defend against swift transitions or create anything for them. Taken off at half-time.

Glan Martins – 6.0

Glan seemed more focused on progressing the play quicker than just acting as a move–breaker. Completed over 50 passes and tested the keeper with two stinging shots – but was a bit sloppy in midfield – completing just 2/9 tackles.

Manvir Singh – 5.5

Created a few decent opportunities, but didn’t look too comfortable operating on the right. Failed to test the keeper and took off at the hour mark.

Federico Gallego – 6.0

Gallego produced his best outing since joining ATKMB, but still couldn’t really slot in for the injured Boumous. His passing was clever and he did get a few shots on goal – but unable to set up anything major.

Kiyan Nassiri – 7.0

Got his first start of the season ahead of Liston. Caused Renthlei major issues with his elasticity and clever movement. Also created some promising chances with his accurate delivery in the final third. Arguably his best performance of the season.

Dimitri Petratos – 6.5

Without Boumous, Petratos was again forced to play much deeper and almost like a no.10. He created four big chances for teammates but to no avail. Due to his role, he also failed to be inside the box when threatening crosses were whipped in.


Slavko Damjanovic – 6.0

Slavko came on at half-time and had an eventful second half. He helped neutralize a lot of chances, making four clearances and two tackles – but almost gave away a penalty late on.

Liston Colaco – 5.5

Colaco addd more aggressive to ATKMB’s attacks with his surging forward runs in the second half, but his final product was ineffective again.

Md. Fardin Molla – N/R

Seemed to be lost in the pace of the game and couldn’t replicate Kiyan’s creative threat after replacing him. 

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