It was a frustrating night for Bengaluru FC as their torrid run continued. The Blues have now managed to win only one of their 8 matches, occupying 10th position in the league table. Meanwhile, Jamshedpur FC continued their own inconsistent form as they were unable to impress once again.
The Red Miners have been in hot and cold form throughout the season. However, this point helped them to 2nd place in the table. It was an evenly contested game but the frontline for both teams lacked that final touch to break the deadlock.
Jamshedpur FC: Player Ratings
Coach: Owen Coyle
Goalkeeper: Rehenesh TP (7.5/10)
Defenders: Dinliana (7/10), P. Hartley (7/10), Narender Gahlot (6.5/10), R. Lallawmawma (7.5/10)
Midfielders: Alex (8/10), J. Singh (7/10), S. Doungel (6.5/10), K. Thatal (6/10), G. Stewart (7.5/10)
Forwards: J. Murray (6.5/10)
Substitutes: B. Singh (6/10), E. Sabia (N/A), Ishan Pandita(N/A), R. Das(6/10)
Bengaluru FC: Player Ratings
Coach: Marco Pezzaiuoli
Goalkeeper: G. Singh Sadhu (8/10)
Defenders: Kuruniyan (7/10), P. Shrivas (7/10), Alan (8/10), A. Kumar (6.5/10)
Midfielders: Danish Bhatt (6.5/10), B. Edgar (7.5/10), S. Singh (7/10)
Forwards: C. Silva (9/10), P. Ibara (7.5/10), K. Singh (6/10)
Substitutes: R. Kumar (N/A), S. Chhetri (6/10)
Player of the Match:
Greg Stewart edged Gurpreet Singh Sadhu to win the Hero of the Match award. On a day where both players were in fine form, the decision was in the Scottish midfielder’s favor. Sadhu made several important saves to keep his clean sheet intact.
Greg Stewart was again instigating all the attacks for Jamshedpur FC against a Bengaluru FC. On a day where some individual magic was needed to break the deadlock, Stewart did not disappoint as he created 4 chances in the match. He made 4 key passes and had 3 shots on target. He continues to be a threat to the opposition’s defense and it was another good day at the office for Greg Stewart.
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