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INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE LIVE SCORE 2020-21
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24/01/21 (ISL : M-70) : BENGALURU FC - 1-1 - ODISHA FC( FT )
BFC: ERIK PAARTALU (81')
OFC: DEIGO MARICIO (8')

Hero of the Match : Cleiton Silva ( BENGALURU FC)
Club Award: BENGALURU FC AND ODISHA FC
Winning Pass of the Match : Manuel Onwu (Odisha FC)

24/01/21 (ISL : M-70)</b> : BENGALURU FC - <b><font color=red> 1-1 </b></font> - ODISHA FC

BFC : Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, Rahul Bheke, Juanan, Erik Paartalu, Sunil Chhetri, Udanta Singh (Leon 68'), Cleiton Silva, Suresh Wangjam, Parag Srivas, Amay Morajkar (Opseth 46'), Francisco Gonzalez.

OFC : Arshdeep Singh, Cole Alexander, Diego Mauricio, Gaurav Bora, Daniel Lalhlimpuia(NANDHA KUMAR-80'), Vinit Rai, Jerry Mawihmingthanga, Jacob Tratt, Manuel Onwu, Steven Taylor (C), Rakesh Pradhan.

REFEREE :TESAJ NAGVENKAR.

MATCH REPORT - ISL : In a match that witnessed plenty of chances, it was left to some lacklustre finishing by Odisha and an 82nd-minute equalizer by Erik Paartalu, to hand Bengaluru FC a thrilling 1-1 draw against Odisha FC to in the Hero Indian Super League at the Fatorda Stadium, on Sunday.

24/01/21 (ISL : M-70)</b> : BENGALURU FC - <b><font color=red> 1-1 </b></font> - ODISHA FC

It also turned out to be a battle of goalkeepers on the night, with both posts guarded solidly against relentless press by each side. The Kalinga Warriors had taken an eighth-minute lead through Diego Mauricio and looked to have earned their second win of the season but despite Arshdeep Singh’s heroics in goal, a determined BFC finally managed to get an equaliser late in the game. BFC interim coach Naushad Moosa made no changes to the side that lost against Kerala Blasters while Odisha made one change with Steven Taylor returning to the starting XI after serving his one-match suspension.

Bengaluru had a bright start at Fatorda, but were stunned by an early goal from Mauricio which came against the run of play. Jerry Mawihmingthanga took a quick free-kick to Manuel Onwu on the right just outside the BFC penalty area and the latter played a superb low cross into the middle. Mauricio, who was in the box, scored to put his side ahead. Moosa’s men came very close to scoring when Udanta Singh flashed a cross across the face of goal, but the pass was too quick for an onrushing Sunil Chhetri.

Another chance went begging for BFC when Amay Morajkar floated a cross in for Rahul Bheke but his header missed the mark. BFC created chance after chance but were let down not only by their sloppy finishing but were also thwarted by Arshdeep's brilliance in goal. One of his best saves came when Taylor failed to clear Bheke’s long throw-in and Erik Paartalu latched on to the loose ball and struck from the edge of the box. Arshdeep dived acrobatically to make a one-handed save. The keeper pulled off yet another save to deny Bheke, who tried to divert in a Cleiton Silva corner.

In the second half, Arshdeep continued from where he left off as he came with a fine save. This time the custodian stopped Kristian Opseth's free-kick with a diving save. He then came up with an acrobatic save to stop Gaurav Bora’s header from going into his own goal.

After constant pressure, Bengaluru were finally rewarded with the equaliser in the 82nd minute when Paartalu nodded in Cleiton's in-swinging corner. Right after the goal, Odisha missed an opportunity to regain their lead when Mauricio set up Daniel Lalhlimpuia in the box, but his shot clipped the upright. At the other end, Chhetri blasted his shot over the crossbar from close range. Gurpreet made a stunning save late in the game to keep out Jerry's close-range attempt.

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19/01/ 21 (ISL M-64) :: HYDERABAD FC --( 1-1 ) -- ODISHA FC ( FT)
HFC : HOLICHARAN NARZARY (16')
OFC : ALEXANDER COLE (51')


Hero of the Match Award Cole Alexander.(ODISHA FC)
Club Award : HYDERABAD FC and ODISHA FC
Winning Pass of the Match : Liston Colaco ( HYDERABAD FC)

19/01/ 21 (ISL M-64) :: HYDERABAD FC --(<b><font color=red> 1-1 </b></font>) -- ODISHA FC

HFC : Laxmikant Kattimani, Chinglensana Singh, Odei Onaindia, Akash Mishra, Asish Rai, Lluis Sastre, Mohammed Yasir (Abhishek 65'), Hitesh Sharma (Tavora 90'), Halicharan Narzary (Alberg 55'), Aridane Santana (C), Liston Colaco.

OFC : Arshdeep Singh, Mohd Sajid Dhot, Gaurav Bora, Jacob Tratt, Rakesh Pradhan, Cole Alexander (C), Vinit Rai, Jerry Mawihmingthanga, Diego Mauricio, Daniel Lalhlimpuia, Manuel Onwu (Nandakumar 80').

REFEREE: M.B.SANTOSH KUMAR

MATCH REPORT - ISL : Odisha FC displayed great character in the second half as they fought back to hold Hyderabad FC to a 1-1 draw in the Hero Indian Super League at the Fatorda Stadium, on Tuesday. Halicharan Narzary (13') put Hyderabad up ahead at the break but saw his header cancelled out after a fine strike from Odisha's Cole Alexander (51').

19/01/ 21 (ISL M-64) :: HYDERABAD FC --(<b><font color=red> 1-1 </b></font>) -- ODISHA FC

In 11th minute when a mistake from keeper Arshdeep Singh almost gifted Hyderabad the lead. Asish Rai drilled a low cross into the box which was spilled by Arshdeep, and fell straight into the path of Narzary. The forward unleashed a shot but Jacob Tratt saved Odisha the blushes with a crucial block.

However, just two minutes later, Hyderabad would go on to break the deadlock. After receiving a long ball from keeper Laxmikant Kattimani, Aridane Santana flicked it on towards Liston Colaco, who made a run in the box. The youngster squared it towards Narzary, who notched his fourth goal of the season with an easy tap-in.

The Nizams had a golden opportunity to double their tally in the first-half but were denied by the woodwork. Colaco was involved in the move again, playing the ball to Aridane, who found Narzary on the left. The goal-scorer cut inside and fired a shot towards the bottom corner, which unfortunately came off the upright before being cleared out.

It didn't take long for Odisha to draw level as they scored from a set-piece against the run of play soon after the break. Rakesh Pradhan found Diego Mauricio from a throw-in, and he played the ball towards Alexander. The Odisha captain struck on the volley from outside the box, as Kattimani stood still, watching the ball head into the bottom corner.

Stuart Baxter's side should have taken the lead late in the 74th minute but Akash Mishra came to Hyderabad's rescue. Mauricio made his way into the box after beating his marker before flicking a shot over Kattimani. However, his goal-bound effort was cleared by Mishra, whose clearance struck the underside of the bar before heading out.

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13.01.21 ( ISL : M-57) : ODISHA FC 1-2 CHENNAIYIN FC (FT)
CFC: ESMAEL GONCALVES (15', 21'- P)
OFC: DIEGO MAURICIO (64')

Hero of the Match : Anirudh Thapa ( CHENNAIYIN FC)
Club Award : Chennaiyin FC.
Winning Pass of the Match : Lallianzuala Chhangte ( CHENNAIYIN FC)

13.01.21 ( ISL : M-57) : ODISHA FC  <b> <font color=red> 1-2 </b></font> CHENNAIYIN FC

OFC : Arshdeep Singh, Hendry Antonay, Cole Alexander, Marcelo Pereira (Maricio 50'), Gaurav Bora, Shubham Sarangi, Vinit Rai, Jerry Mawihmingthanga (Daniel 50'), Manuel Onwu, Kamalpreet Singh (Nandha 83'), Steven Taylor.

CFC : Vishal Kaith, Reagan Singh, Enes Sipovic, Lallianzuala Chhangte, Eli Sabia, Anirudh Thapa, Jerry Lalrinzuala, Fatkhulo Fatkhulloev (Thoi 70'), Memo Moura, Rahim Ali, Esmael Goncalves (Tangri 66').

REFEREE: RANJIT BAKSHI.

MATCH REPORT - ISL : Their first clash in this season's Hero Indian Super League on Sunday may have ended in a goalless draw, but Chennaiyin FC's encounter against Odisha FC at the GMC Stadium on Wednesday wasn't short of goals.

After struggling for goals all season, Csaba Laszlo's men turned on the style against Odisha, scoring two in the opening quarter of the game. Portuguese forward Esmael Goncalves opened the scoring in the 15th minute, before putting Chennaiyin two-up by converting a penalty in the 21st minute. However, a Diego Mauricio screamer in the 64h minute gave Odisha hope but Chennaiyin held on for a 2-1 win, which lifted them all the way to fifth place.

13.01.21 ( ISL : M-57) : ODISHA FC  <b> <font color=red> 1-2 </b></font> CHENNAIYIN FC

Goncalves had the chance to put his team ahead in the fifth minute when he got in behind the Odisha defence, but with only keeper Arshdeep Singh to beat, he blasted his chance over. However, he made amends for that ten minutes later with a well-taken goal. Gaurav Bora failed to deal with a long ball from Rahim Ali and it fell towards Goncalves, who did not make a mistake this time.

Before Odisha had the chance to react to going behind, Chennaiyin doubled their lead. Bora was again at fault, hacking down Anirudh Thapa in the box. Goncalves stepped up to take the spot-kick and sent Arshdeep the wrong way. Chennaiyin defended well after securing a comfortable lead as Odisha struggled to fashion clear-cut chances. The closest they got in the first half was in the 37th minute when Manuel Onwu found himself with the ball at his feet and a sight on goal, but his shot was wide.

With a couple of early inroads into the Odisha box, Chennaiyin looked the team likelier to score. However, Mauricio, who replaced Marcelo Pereira at halftime, had other plans as he pulled one back for his team in spectacular fashion with a long-range curler. Chennaiyin had a great opportunity to restore their lead late on when Lallianzuala Chhangte, after an excellent run, squared the ball to substitute Thoi Singh. However, the veteran, despite only having the keeper to beat, failed to get his shot on target.

Odisha almost took advantage of this in the 85th minute when Daniel Lalhlimpuia managed to get a shot in from just outside the box. However, keeper Vishal Kaith pulled off an excellent diving save. Odisha piled on the pressure in the closing minutes but were unable to find the equaliser.

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10.01.21 ( ISL : M-53) : CHENNAIYIN FC - 0-0 - ODISHA FC (FT)

Hero of the Match : Lallianzuala Chhangte. (CHENNAIYIN FC)
Club Award : CHENNAIYIN FC & ODISHA FC
Winning Pass of the Match : Reagan Singh (CHENNAIYIN FC)

10.01.21 ( ISL : M-53) : CHENNAIYIN FC -  <b> <font color=red> 0-0 </b></font>  - ODISHA FC

CFC : Vishal Kaith, Reagan Singh, Enes Sipovic, Eli Sabia (C), Jerry Lalrinzuala, Lallianzuala Chhangte, Anirudh Thapa, Fatkhulo Fatkhulloev(Vanspaul 75'), Memo Moura, Jakub Sylvestr(Isma 68'), Rahim Ali.

OFC : Arshdeep Singh, Hendry Antonay, Gaurav Bora, Jacob Tratt, Steven Taylor (C), Cole Alexander, Vinit Rai, Jerry Mawihmingthanga, Nandhakumar Sekar(Subham 90'), Diego Mauricio, Daniel Lalhlimpuia (Onwu 70').

REFEREE : Crystal John

MATCH REPORT - ISL : In what was a cagey affair with both teams missing accuracy, Odisha FC and Chennaiyin FC played out a goalless draw at the GMC Stadium here on Sunday.

The game, which essentially served as the first leg of a double-header as both teams will meet again on Wednesday, saw both teams failing to convert clear-cut chances. That Odisha had only three shots on target while Chennaiyin managed just two (of the twelve shots they took) exemplified how much both sides cancelled out each other. Chennaiyin, the better side in terms of possession, though had a couple of chances to get a winner but their forwards were unable to net them.

10.01.21 ( ISL : M-53) : CHENNAIYIN FC -  <b> <font color=red> 0-0 </b></font>  - ODISHA FC

It was Chennaiyin who dominated the opening exchanges, creating multiple chances in the opening quarter. They had their first big chance during the second minute, but Rahim Ali failed to put his team up ahead. A long ball found him through on goal with only Odisha keeper Arshdeep Singh to beat. But his final touch was too heavy and allowed Arshdeep to come out and smother the ball.

In the 14th minute, Lallianzuala Chhangte received the ball from Anirudh Thapa and drilled in a low shot, but it only struck the side netting. The first half got increasingly aggressive with both teams committing a number of fouls. Chennaiyin earned two yellow cards for their efforts, Enes Sipovic and Jerry Lalrinzuala going into the referee book.

Odisha thought they had the lead as the half drew to a close. Diego Mauricio headed in a cross from Cole Alexander, only for the linesman to signal for offside. Then, with what was one of the last kicks of the half, Jakub Sylvestr had a great chance to find the opening goal. Reagan Singh found him in the box and Sylvestr was able to direct it towards the post, only for Arshdeep to pull off another vital save. The Odisha keeper was in top form throughout the first half and was a major reason why both teams went in goalless at the break.

The second half started with Chhangte getting in behind the Odisha defence yet again and finding the side netting for the second time. In the 71st minute, Ali wasted another great chance. A mistake by Steven Taylor left the youngster with only Arshdeep to beat again. This time he managed to do that but struck his shot against the post. The last ten minutes of the game was mostly played out in Odisha's half as Chennaiyin pushed for a winner. However, the Odisha defence stood firm and the match finished goalless.

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07/01/21 : (ISL : M-50) : KERALA BLASTERS -- 2-4 - ODISHA FC (FT)
KBFC : Jordan Murray 7', Garry Hooper 79'
OFC : Jeakson Singh 22', Steven Taylor 42', DIEGO MAURICIO 50', 60'

Hero Of the Match : Diego Mauricio ( Odisha FC)
Club award : ODISHA FC.
Winning Pass of the match : Jerry Mawihmingthanga (Odisha FC)

07/01/21 : (ISL : M-50) : KERALA BLASTERS -- <b><font color=red> 2-4 </b></font> - ODISHA FC

KBFC : Albino Gomes, Sandeep Singh (Prashant-69'), Nishu Kumar (Bakari Kone-45'), Jessel Carneiro (C), Abdul Hakku, Jeakson Singh (Rohit Kumar-76'), Rahul KP (Garry Hooper-59'), Sahal Abdul Samad (Lalthathanga Khawlhring-76'), Vicente Gomez, Jordan Murray, Facundo Pereyra.

OFC : Arshdeep Singh, Hendry Antonay, Gaurav Bora, Jacob Tratt, Steven Taylor (C), Cole Alexander, Vinit Rai(Paul Ramfangzauv-90'), Jerry Mawihmingthanga, Nandhakumar Sekar, Diego Mauricio (Mohd Sajid Dhot-90'), Daniel Lalhlimpuia (Marcelinho-82').

REFEREE : Pratik Mondal

MATCH REPORT - ISL : Odisha FC got the monkey off their back as they cruised to their first win of the season with a 4-2 victory over Kerala Blasters in the Hero Indian Super League at the GMC Stadium, here on Thursday.

07/01/21 : (ISL : M-50) : KERALA BLASTERS -- <b><font color=red> 2-4 </b></font> - ODISHA FC

Kerala drew first blood through Jordan Murray (7') but Odisha took the lead in the first half itself through an own goal from Jeakson Singh (22') and a strike from Steven Taylor (42'). Diego Mauricio's second-half brace (50', 60') then settled the tie in favor of Odisha. Gary Hooper (79') scored a consolation for Kerala, but it proved to be not enough to spark a comeback.

It was Odisha who started better, enforcing a corner in the third minute but Kerala scored the opener much against the run of play. KP Rahul headed Facundo Pereyra's freekick at goal and a diving Arshdeep Singh could only parry it straight into Murray's path. The latter made no mistake from a tight angle.

Odisha struck back 15 minutes later in somewhat fortuitous fashion. Jerry Mawihmingthanga found Mauricio on the right and his shot took a heavy deflection off Jeakson before trickling past a wrong-footed Albino Gomes.

Vicente Gomez almost came up with an instant equaliser as he headed in Pereyra's cross, but it was straight at Arshdeep. Kerala would rue the misses soon with Taylor taking advantage of some poor defending to give Odisha the lead just before halftime. Jerry's cross found Taylor unmarked at the far post and the English defender calmly slotted in.

Jerry missed a good chance straight after the restart, but Mauricio would soon ensure that his miss went unpunished. First, he scored Odisha's third after Jerry's lob found him clear on goal. Ten minutes later, he scored a spectacular goal to put the result beyond doubt. The Brazilian received the ball from Nandhakumar Sekhar and beat a defender before curling it past the keeper from outside the box.

Kerala would have a glimmer of hope in the 79th minute when Gary Hooper netted their second. Jordan Murray did well to put the ball in the box and found Hooper, who slashed at goal. His shot took a deflection off Taylor before going in.

The goal inspired the previously-downbeat Kerala players as they launched assault after assault on the Odisha goal. However, the Odisha defence stood firm as their coach Stuart Baxter celebrated his first win of the season at the final whistle.

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SC EAST BENGAL REGISTERED THE FIRST WIN IN ISL


03/01/2021 : (ISL : M-45) : SC EAST BENGAL -- 3-1 --ODISHA FC (FT.)
SCEB : Anthony Pilkington 12', Jacques Maghoma 39', Bright Enobakhare 87'
OFC : Diego Mauricio 90+3'

HERO OF THE MATCH : Anthony Pilkington (SC EAST BENGAL)
CLUB AWARD : SC EAST BENGAL
WINNING PASS OF THE MATCH :Surchandra Singh (SC EAST BENGAL)

03/01/2021 : (ISL : M-45) : SC EAST BENGAL  -- <b><font color=red> 3-1 </b></font> --ODISHA FC

SCEB : Debjit Majumder, Scott Neville, Daniel Fox (C), Raju Gaikwad, Matti Steinmann, Mohammed Rafique, Jacques Maghoma, Anthony Pilkington, Bikash Jairu, Milan Singh, Haobam Singh.

OFC : Arshdeep Singh, Hendry Antonay, Gaurav Bora, Steven Taylor (C), Shubham Sarangi, Jacob Tratt, Cole Alexander, Vinit Rai, Jerry Mawihmingthanga, Manuel Onwu, Diego Mauricio.

REFEREE : Crystal John

FULL TIME SCORE: SC EAST BENGAL 3-1 ODISHA FC.
FULL TIME : FIRST WIN OF SC EAST BENGAL IN ISL, DEFEATED ODISHA FC 3-1 IN HOME MATCH.
90+2': GOALLLLLLLL : 3-1 now. Diego Mauricio reduced the margin.
90': 5 minutes added time.

03/01/2021 : (ISL : M-45) : SC EAST BENGAL  -- <b><font color=red> 3-1 </b></font> --ODISHA FC

90': SC EAST BENGAL 3-0 ODISHA FC.
87': GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLL 3-0 for SC East Beengal. Newly comer Bright scored a brilliant. Hits first shot hits the post and went to Surchandra Singh who passed again to Bright and finally he scored.
83': SUBSTITUTION - OFC : Vinit Rai out Daniel Lalhlimpuia in .
82': YELLOW CARD - Shubham Sarangi of ODISHA.,
80': SC EAST BENGAL 2-0 ODISHA FC.
79': SUBSTITUTION - SCEB : Md. Rafique out and Wahengbam Luwang in .
76': Manuel Onwu's right sided shot hits the outside of SCEB Goal Post.
74': SUBSTITUTION - SCEB : Raju Gaikawad out and Ankit Mukherjee in .
73': SUBSTITUTION - SCEB : Jacques Maghoma out and Bright Enobakhare in .
72': SC EAST BENGAL LEADING 2-0.

03/01/2021 : (ISL : M-45) : SC EAST BENGAL  -- <b><font color=red> 3-1 </b></font> --ODISHA FC

62': SUBSTITUTION - SCEB : Harmanpreet Singh in and Milan Singh out.
60': SC EAST BENGAL 2-0 ODISHA FC.
57': CHANCE - ODISHA : Jerry crosses it into the box. Manuel Onwu'sshot hits the cross bar upright.
. 56': CHANCE MISSED BY ODISHA- Manuel Onwu's close shot from Jerry beat Debjit but hits the first bar and out.
54': STILL SCORE LINE IS 2-0 ON BEHALF OF SC EAST BENGAL.
48': Jacob Tratt in the middle and his header is straight to Debjit Majumder.
46': SUBSTITUTION - SCEB : Haobam Singh out and Surchandra Singh in

03/01/2021 : (ISL : M-45) : SC EAST BENGAL  -- <b><font color=red> 3-1 </b></font> --ODISHA FC

> 46': STARTS OF 2ND HALF MATCH.
HALF TIME : SC EAST BENGAL IS LEADING 2-0 IN HALF TIME.
45': 2 minutes added time.
45': Corner for East Bengal, Bikash jairu's Corner kick cleared.
40': SC EAST BENGAL 2-0 ODISHA FC.
39': GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL 2-0 for SC East Bengal. Jacques Maghoma's left footer from inside box beat Odisha keeper in first bar.
35': SC EAST BENGAL 1-0 ODISHA FC.
29': CHANCE MISSED - Anthoney Pilkington's shot hits the cross bar.
24': Corner to SCEB, but ball cleared.
21': AGAIN save of Debjit, one to one with Mauricio.
20': SC EAST BENGAL IS LEADING 1-0

03/01/2021 : (ISL : M-45) : SC EAST BENGAL  -- <b><font color=red> 3-1 </b></font> --ODISHA FC

18': Back to back two corner kicks won by Odisha. No score.
15': Counter attack of Odisha. Header of Manuel Onwu saved by Debjit for a corner kick.
15': SC EAST BENGAL 1-0 ODISHA FC.
12': Long throw in of Raju Gaikawad and header of Pilkington went to Goal. SC East Bengal is leading 1-0.
12': GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL 1-0 for SC EAST BENGAL.
11': Throw in for East Bengal.
5': 0-0

03/01/2021 : (ISL : M-45) : SC EAST BENGAL  -- <b><font color=red> 3-1 </b></font> --ODISHA FC

4': Md Rafique of SCEB got a ball in right from Pilkington inside box but he missed to trap the ball in time.
2': YELLOW CARD TO MILAN SING OF SCEB as he fouled Jerry.
1': Match starts just now. SC East Bengal kicked-off.
0': Odisha FC now at the bottom of the table have scored only 5 goals.
0': The Red and Gold Brigade are unbeaten in their last two games and have scored all their 5 goals in the last three games
0': SC EAST BENGAL TO FACE ODISHA FC AT 5.00 PM TODAY

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22.12.20 : (ISL: M-37) : ODISHA FC -- ( 2-2 ) -- NORTH EAST UNITED (FT)
OFC : DIEGO MAURICIO 23', Cole Alexander 67'
NEU : Benjamin Lambot 45', Kwesi Appiah (P-65')

Hero Of the Match : Cole Alexander ( Odisha FC)
Club Award : Odisha FC and North East United
Winning Pass of the Match : Ashutosh Mehta ( NORTH EAST UNITED)

22.12.20 : (ISL: M-37) : ODISHA FC -- ( <b><font color=red> 2-2 </b></font>) -- NORTH EAST UNITED

OFC : Arshdeep Singh, Hendry Antonay, Gaurav Bora, Steven Taylor (C), Shubham Sarangi, Jacob Tratt, Cole Alexander, Vinit Rai, Jerry Mawihmingthanga, Diego Mauricio, Manuel Onwu ( Daniel-90').

NEU : Gurmeet Singh, Gurjinder Kumar, Ashutosh Mehta, Dylan Fox, Benjamin Lambot (C), Federico Gallego (Sylla-53'), Lalrempuia Fanai ( VP Suhair-71'), Lalengmawia, Kwesi Appiah ( K. Camara-72'), Luis Machado, Britto PM (Ninthoi-46').

REFEREE : PRATIK MONDAL.

DETAILS - ISL : It could have been another defeat but Odisha FC clawed back a point despite taking the lead early against NorthEast United, drawing 2-2 in a Hero Indian Super League game at the GMC Stadium, here on Tuesday.

Odisha took the lead through Diego Mauricio (26’) before Benjamin Lambot (45+1’) drew parity. Kwesi Appiah (65’) then converted a penalty to put the Highlanders ahead but soon saw his goal canceled out by Cole Alexander (67’).

But the Brazilian redeemed himself with a wonder-strike to hand his side the lead. Mauricio, receiving the ball from outside the box, cut inside before drilling a low shot that trickled into the back of the net. The ball went in following a light deflection off Lalengmawia, leaving the keeper with no chance.

NorthEast piled on the pressure after conceding and missed three chances from set-pieces. However, a lapse in concentration from Odisha in stoppage time saw them concede. Lambot made a run at the far post and picked up Ashutosh Mehra’s cross before heading home.

Nus’ side began the second half from where they left off and deservedly took the lead. They won a penalty after Appiah was tripped in the box by Arshdeep. The Ghanian stepped up to take the spot-kick and struck it with venom to notch his third ISL goal.Their lead didn’t last long as Alexander equalised for Odisha by beautifully curling his shot at the far post.NorthEast nearly scored the winner in the dying minutes but substitute Khassa Camara’s long-range strike missed the crossbar by inches.

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17.12.20 : (ISL MATCH : 31) ODISHA FC ( 1-2 ) BENGALURU FC ( FT )
BFC: SUNIL CHETRI (38'), CLEITON DILVA (78')
OFC: STEVEN TAYLOR (71')

Hero of the Match : Cleiton Silva ( BENGALURU FC)
Club Award : Bengaluru FC
Winning Pass of the Match : Deshorn Brown ( BENGALURU FC)

17.12.20 : (ISL MATCH : 31) ODISHA FC  (<b><font color=red> 1-2 </b></font> ) BENGALURU FC

OFC: Arshdeep Singh, Hendry Antonay, Gaurav Bora, Shubham Sarangi, Jacob Tratt, Steven Taylor, Cole Alexander, Vinit Rai, Jerry Mawihmingthanga (Marchellinho 75'), Diego Mauricio, Manuel Onwu (Nandha 73').

BFC: Gurpreet Singh, Pratik Chaudhari, Juanan, Erik Paartalu (Brown 78'), Harmanjot Khabra, Dimas Delgado, Cleiton Silva, Suresh Wangjam, ( Amay-78'), Kristian Opseth ( Franz Gonzalez- 54'), Sunil Chhetri ( Semboi-90'), Ashique Kuruniyan ( Udanta Singh - 54').

REFEREE: M.B.SANTOSH KUMAR.

ISL REPORT : Bengaluru FC piled on further misery on Odisha FC with a 2-1 win in the Hero Indian Super League at GMC Stadium, Bambolim, on Thursday. Cleiton Silva (79’) scored the match-winner for Bengaluru after Steven Taylor (71’) had canceled out Sunil Chhetri (38’) first-half lead for the Blues, who remained unbeaten in their six matches this season.

Bengaluru were dominant from the start but were lucky not to fall behind early in the game. Diego Mauricio played a delightful through ball for Manuel Onwu, who managed to get the ball past Gurpreet, but his celebrations were curtailed, as the assistant referee signaled it offside.

17.12.20 : (ISL MATCH : 31) ODISHA FC  (<b><font color=red> 1-2 </b></font> ) BENGALURU FC

Odisha had their moments in the game with Onwu and Jerry Mawihmingthanga creating problems for the Bengaluru defense but failed to test their keeper. They failed to record a single shot on target in the first session. Bengaluru dominated with 58 percent possession in the first half but despite playing an attacking game, they struggled to get the ball past the Odisha defence line. They had their chance but Ashique Kuruniyan, who had a good sight at goal, shot wide.

Bengaluru finally got the breakthrough in the 38th minute and it was their skipper Sunil Chhetri who got the much-needed goal. Dimas Delgado found Harmanjot Khabra who routed the attack from the right and floated a perfect cross into the box. Chhetri leapt higher than Shubham Sarangi and headed home. The goal made him the first Indian player to record 50 goal contributions in the Hero ISL — 42 goals and 8 assists.

The home team came back stronger after the restart in search of an equalizer. They nearly scored when Sarangi bent in a delivery into the box, which fell into Gaurav Bora’s path. The defender’s shot took a deflection off a Bengaluru player forcing keeper Gurpreet Singh Sandhu to dive at full length to push the ball away. Bengaluru nearly doubled their lead when Erik Paartalu's shot was brilliantly saved by Arshdeep Singh.

At the other end, Odisha made it all square from a set-piece. Skipper Steven Taylor made a fine run to reach the end of Jerry’s free-kick and nodded in the equalizer. But the visitors were determined to regain their lead and were successful in the 79th minute. On receiving a long ball, Udanta Singh headed in for Deshorn Brown in the box. The latter played it into Silva’s path. The Brazilian did not miss from close range.

Odisha went all out looking for an equalizer and this exposed them at the back. Bengaluru nearly exploited this in stoppage time, but Arshdeep was on hand to save Brown's effort.

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12/12/2020 : (ISL: M-25) ODISHA FC -- 0-1 -- FC GOA (FT)
FCG : IGOR ANGULO (45')

Club award : FC Goa
Winning Pass of the Match : Alexander Jesuraj. ( FC GOA)
Hero of the Match : Jorge Mendoza ( FC GOA)

12/12/2020 : (ISL: M-25) ODISHA FC -- <b><font color=red> 0-1 </b></font> -- FC GOA

OFC : Arshdeep Singh, Hendry Antonay, Gaurav Bora, Shubham Sarangi, Jacob Tratt, Steven Taylor (C), Cole Alexander, Vinit Rai (Suarabh 84'), Jerry Mawihmingthanga, Diego Mauricio (Marcelinno 90'), Manuel Onwu.

FCG : Mohammad Nawaz, Ivan Gonzalez, James Donachie, Seriton Fernandes, Saviour Gama, Alberto Noguera, Jorge Mendoza, Brandon Fernandes (Len 84'), Alexander Jesuraj, Lenny Rodrigues (C), Igor Angulo (Edu Bedia 86').

REFEREE : PRATIK MONDAL.

ISL REPORT : A second successive win helped FC Goa climb to fourth on the Hero Indian Super League Season 7 table as they beat a gritty Odisha FC 1-0 at the GMC Stadium, here on Saturday. Igor Angulo (45+1’) netted the winner to help Juan Ferrando’s side register another victory. Arshdeep Singh shone for Odisha between the sticks but their inefficiency upfront meant Stuart Baxter’s side remained winless in the competition.

12/12/2020 : (ISL: M-25) ODISHA FC -- <b><font color=red> 0-1 </b></font> -- FC GOA

Vinit Rai was handed his first start of the season as Odisha made four changes to their line-up. Ferrando rang in just one change as Alberto Noguera replaced Edu Bedia. Goa outplayed their opponents in the first half and headed into the break with a one-goal lead, Angulo scoring in injury time.

The Gaurs dominated proceedings from the start while Odisha decided to stay compact and absorb the pressure. Jorge Ortiz Mendoza, a constant threat on the left flank, had an opportunity to give Goa the lead during the 16th minute. Brandon Fernandes won the ball and threaded a pass for Ortiz on the left. The forward cut inside into acres of space but dragged his shot wide. However, despite dominating possession, the Gaurs failed to penetrate the Odisha defence, who kept things tight at the back. Odisha, too applied pressure on Goa’s backline towards the end of the first half, mainly through Diego Mauricio but Goa’s backline did well to thwart the danger.

Goa’s perseverance finally paid off towards the end of the first half with Angulo getting himself on the scoresheet again. Romario beat his marker on the left and found the Spaniard in the box, who created space to fool Jacob Tratt before drilling his shot into the bottom left-handed corner. The second half got off to an interesting start with both sides showing intent. Odisha pushed hard for an equaliser and nearly came close just before the hour mark. After a counter-attack, the ball fell to Cole Alexander, at the edge of the box. The midfielder, however, fired his shot wide.

The Gaurs fashioned two clear-cut opportunities during the 64th minute but Arshdeep produced a stunning double save to keep his side in the game. The Odisha custodian first blocked a shot from Angulo with his leg. The ball was eventually cleared and fell to Princeton Rebello. The substitute found Mendoza outside the box but the latter was denied as Arshdeep dived full stretch. The Odisha FC keeper produced another double save during the dying minutes of the game, denying both Mendoza and Len Doungel.

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06/12/2020 : (ISL: M-18) MUMBAI CITY FC 2-0 ODISHA FC ( FT)
MCFC : Bartholomew Ogbeche (P - 30'), Rowllin Borges (45')

Hero of the Match : Rowllin Borges (MUMBAI CITY FC)
Club Award : Mumbai City FC.
Winning Pass of the Match : Bipin Singh (MUMBAI CITY FC)

06/12/2020 :<b><font color=blue> (ISL: M-18) </b></font> MUMBAI CITY FC <b><font color=red> 2-0 </b></font> ODISHA FC

MCFC: Amrinder Singh (C), Mohamad Rakip, Mehtab Singh ( Sarthak Golui - 89'), Mourtada Fall, Ahmed Jahouh, Rowllin Borges ( Pranjon - 89'), Cy Goddard (Ranier 75'), Vignesh Dakshinamurthy, Bipin Singh ( Farukh Chowdhury -75'), Hugo Boumous, Bartholomew Ogbeche (Le Fonde 75').

OFC: Kamaljit Singh (Ravi Kumar 38'), Gaurav Bora, Shubham Sarangi, Jacob, Steven Taylor (C), George D'souza, Cole Alexander, Jerry Mawihmingthanga (Premjit 73'), Nandhakumar Sekar (Sourav 59'), Daniel Lalhlimpuia (Marcelinho 46'), Diego Mauricio (Onwu 73').

REFEREE: RANJIT BAKSHI.

06/12/2020 :<b><font color=blue> (ISL: M-18) </b></font> MUMBAI CITY FC <b><font color=red> 2-0 </b></font> ODISHA FC

MATCH DETAILS : Mumbai City FC continued their impressive start to the Hero Indian Super League Season 7 with a 2-0 victory over Odisha FC at the GMC Stadium, Bambolim here on Sunday.

A penalty from Batholomew Ogbeche (30') and a header from Rowllin Borges (45') gave Sergio Lobera's men their third win in four games and their first-win ever over Odisha in the league. The win sent them top of the table, level on points with ATK Mohun Bagan, albeit with a better goal difference. For their opponents, this was their third loss in four games and only point-less SC East Bengal lie below Stuart Baxter's side.

In 3oth minutes, Mumbai had their goal. Vignesh Dakshina Murthy's attempted cross from the edge of the box struck Shubham Sarangi's hand and the referee promptly pointed to the spot. Ogbeche stepped up and fired a low shot to the left, which a diving Kamaljit could not get his fingers to. It was the third penalty Odisha had conceded this season and the second mistake that Sarangi had committed, which had led to a goal.

Hugo Boumous missed a great chance to score in the 43rd minute, firing wide from Bipin Singh's pass. But Mumbai had their second a couple of minutes later. Bipin, again, fired in a great cross into the box which Borges headed past Kumar.

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KRISHNA'S LAST MINUTE GOAL PUTS ATKMB TO THE TOP OF THE LEAGUE TABLE


03/12/2020 : (ISL: M-15) ATK MOHUN BAGAN FC 1-0 ODISHA FC ( FT)
ATK-MB ROY KRISHNA (90+3')

Club Award : ATK Mohun
Hero of the Match : Roy Krishna ( ATK-MOHUN BAGAN)
Winning Pass of the Match : Tiri - ( ATK-MOHUN BAGAN)

003/12/2020 :<b><font color=blue> (ISL: M-15)</b></font> ATK MOHUN BAGAN FC  <b><font color=red> 1-0 </b></font> ODISHA FC

ATKMB: Arindam Bhattacharja, Pritam Kotal, Tiri, Sandesh Jhingan, Prabir Das, Subhasish Bose, Javier Hernandez (Sk Sahil 88'), Carl McHugh, Jayesh Rane (Glan 62'), Manvir Singh (Inman 65'), Roy Krishna.

OFC: Kamaljit Singh, Hendry Antonay, Cole Alexander, Marcelo Pereira (Samuel 67'), Diego Mauricio (Manuel 69'), Gaurav Bora, Shubham Sarangi, Jacob, Nandhakumar Sekar, Steven Taylor, Laishram Singh.

REFEREE: AJIT KUMAR METAI

003/12/2020 :<b><font color=blue> (ISL: M-15)</b></font> ATK MOHUN BAGAN FC  <b><font color=red> 1-0 </b></font> ODISHA FC

90+4': FULL TIME SCORE: ATKMOHUN BAGAN 0-0 ODISHA FC
90+4': Referee blew the final whistle.
90+3': GOAL ............ATKMB scored......Krishna's header finds the target. A free kick from Tiri was headed by Sandesh and Krishna followed the ball and finds the target with a fine header.
90': 4 minutes added time.
88': Samuel's corner from the right cleared by Tiri.
85': ATKMB in cvounter move...Inman's shot of a pass from Subhasis cleared by Kamaljit.
83': A good save by Arindam, ATKMB survived....punched away a long ranger from Alexander.
80': ATKMOHUN BAGAN 0-0 ODISHA FC
79': Javi's left footed free kick from the right cleared by Taylor.
78': Prabir failed to control a pass from Krishan, ball went over the touch line.
77': A forward pass by McHugh to Krishna, but cleared by Subham out of the danger zone.
74': Water Break at the 74th minute.

003/12/2020 :<b><font color=blue> (ISL: M-15)</b></font> ATK MOHUN BAGAN FC  <b><font color=red> 1-0 </b></font> ODISHA FC

70': ATKMOHUN BAGAN 0-0 ODISHA FC
68': It's an evenly poised match .... both the team are playing open game.
64': Marcellino shot hit the wall and cleared.
63': Free kick for Odisha, at the age of 18 yards.
62': Jayesh grounder of a pass from Krishna from inside the 18 yards save by Kamaljit.
60': ATKMOHUN BAGAN 0-0 ODISHA FC
58': Nanda kumar had a good opportunity .... kicks wide of a pass from Marcelliono.
55': Both the team are playing in short passes trying create opening in oppornant defense.
51': Javi's free kick from age of the 18 yards cleared by Taylor.
50': YELLOW CARD to Henry for rough tackle to Prabir. Free Kick to ATKMB.
49': Javi's corner punched away by Kamaljit.

003/12/2020 :<b><font color=blue> (ISL: M-15)</b></font> ATK MOHUN BAGAN FC  <b><font color=red> 1-0 </b></font> ODISHA FC

48': A cross from Prabir from the right cleared for a corner.
46': Second session starts, ATKMB kicks off.
45+2: HALF TIME SCORE: ATKMOHUN BAGAN 0-0 ODISHA FC
45+2: Referee blew his whistle indicating half time.
45': 2 minutes added time.
44': Chance for ATKMB......Krishna's header missed the target of a long cross from Subhasis from the left.
42': Taylor's header cleared by Sandesh of a free kick from Marcellino.
40': ATKMOHUN BAGAN 0-0 ODISHA FC
38': Laishram failed to control a pass from Nanda Kumar inside the 18 yards ball cleared by Tiri.

003/12/2020 :<b><font color=blue> (ISL: M-15)</b></font> ATK MOHUN BAGAN FC  <b><font color=red> 1-0 </b></font> ODISHA FC

35': A easy chance wasted by Jacob failed to convert a long lob from Marcello of a corner. Jacob had only Arindam in front of him.
34': Sandesh cleared again a cross from Mauricio for a corner.
32': Marcello heads wide of a corner from Taylor.
31': Laishram's cross cleared by Sandesh for a corner.
30': ATKMOHUN BAGAN 0-0 ODISHA FC
29': Water break after 29th minute of the match .
27': No positive moves so far by either team. 24': A long clearance by Tiri found Krishna inside the 18 yards but he shoots wide.
23': a cross pass from Manvir from the left easily cleared by Odisha defense.
20': ATKMOHUN BAGAN 0-0 ODISHA FC
18': Free kick to Odisha deep inside the ATKMB half. Marcelo's free kick cleared by Tiri out of the danger zone.
17': Taylor's corner from the left went wide .

003/12/2020 :<b><font color=blue> (ISL: M-15)</b></font> ATK MOHUN BAGAN FC  <b><font color=red> 1-0 </b></font> ODISHA FC

16': Nanda kumar's forward pass defected of Jayesh went over the goal line for a corner.
13': Aimless football so far between the two teams.....are yet to settle down.
10': ATKMOHUN BAGAN 0-0 ODISHA FC
8': YELLOW CARD to Tiri he tackled Marcello from behind.
7': Javi's free kick hit the human wall
6': YELLOW CARD to Subham. Free kick to ATKMB....Subham fouled dangerously to Krishan.

003/12/2020 :<b><font color=blue> (ISL: M-15)</b></font> ATK MOHUN BAGAN FC  <b><font color=red> 1-0 </b></font> ODISHA FC

3': A move by Odisha down the right but blocked by Sandesh.
1': a forward pass by McHugh to Krishan but cleared by Odisha defense.
0': Match starts Odisha FC kicks off. 0': GOOD EVENING....WELCOME TO OUR LIVE UPDATES. MATCH WILL KICK OFF SOON.
0': ODISHA FC ARE ON THE 10TH POSITION WITH A POINT IN THEIR CREDIT FROM 2 MATCHES. Odisha are yet to register a win this season, having conceded three goals in two matches.
0': ATK MOHUN BAGAN TO PLAY THEIR THIRD MATCH AGAINST ODISHA FC ARE AT 6 POINTS FROM TWO MATCHES . ATK Mohun Bagan have scored all their three goals from open play. Their shot accuracy of 30% is the 4th best in Hero ISL 2020-21 and their goal conversion rate of 15% is the 3rd best this campaign.

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29.11.2020 : (ISL: M-10) :JAMSHEDPUR FC -- ( 2-2 ) -- ODISHA FC (FT)
JFC: NERIJUS VALSKIS (12', 27')
OFC: DIAGO MAURICIO (76', 90+3)
RED CARD: RAHENESH PARAMBA-JFC (72')

Hero of the Match : Diego Mauricio ( Odisha FC)
Club Award : Jamshedpur FC and Odisha FC
Winning Pass of the Match. : Alexandre Lima ( ODISHA FC)

29.11.2020 : (ISL: M-10) :JAMSHEDPUR FC -- ( <b><font color=red> 2-2 </b></font> ) -- ODISHA FC

JFC : Rehenesh Paramba, Peter Hartley (C), Stephen Eze, Laldinliana Renthlei, Ricky Lallawmawma, Mohammad Mobashir Rahman (Amarjit 72'), Issac Vanmalsawma ( J. Aniket 72'), Alexandre Monteiro (Jitu 90'), Aitor Monroy , Jackichand Singh ( Pawan Kumar :GK - 72'), Nerijus Valskis.

OFC : Kamaljit Singh, Shubham Sarangi, Gaurav Bora, Steven Vincent Taylor (C), Jacob Tratt, Hendry Antonay, Cole Alexander, Nandhakumar Sekar, Marcelo Leite Pereira ( Samuel - 70'), Manuel Onwu Villafranca ( Diego Mauricio - 59'), Laishram Premjit Singh ( Daniel 60')
REFEREE : PRATIK MONDAL

REPORT- ISL : Jamshedpur FC's Hero Indian Super League game against Odisha FC was a game of two halves and two strikers. At the Tilak Maidan on Sunday, Jamshedpur's Nerijus Valskis dominated the first scoring twice (12', 27') and putting his team in a commanding position. Odisha's Diego Mauricio though grabbed headlines in the second, pulling one back in the 77th minute before driving home a stunning injury-time equaliser, to wrap up a thrilling 2-2 draw.

29.11.2020 : (ISL: M-10) :JAMSHEDPUR FC -- ( <b><font color=red> 2-2 </b></font> ) -- ODISHA FC

It did not take long for Owen Coyle's men to break the deadlock. Barely ten minutes in, Odisha goalkeeper Kamaljit Singh failed to deal with a cross and a goalmouth scramble ensued. It ended with Valskis turning and shooting at goal from close range, only for it to strike Odisha defender Gaurav Bora's hand. Referee Pratik Mondal promptly pointed to the spot and Valskis powered in the resulting penalty.

The game cooled down after the goal with both teams struggling to create chances. But it was Valskis again who shook it out of its stupor. And yet again, it was an Odisha defensive mistake that led to it. Around the half-hour mark, defender Shubham Sarangi leapt to clear a cross, but only succeeded in diverting it into Valskis' path. The Lithuanian still had it all to do — he was at a difficult angle to goal and had only a narrow path to it between the goalkeeper and the post. But he still managed to squeeze it in with a powerful drive.

Odisha did fashion the occasional attack with Marcelinho, in particular, remaining a threatening presence throughout the first half. But they struggled to create clear-cut chances. Odisha came alive in the second half with striker Manuel Onwu going close on a couple of occasions. In the 53rd minute, the Spaniard cut into the box before taking a shot. His effort though went wide. Then in the 60th, his acrobatic shot was well-saved by Jamshedpur keeper TP Rehenesh. The latter had more work to do from the resulting corner, palming a close-range shot over the bar.

There was more drama as Rehenesh got sent off in the 74th minute for handling the ball outside the penalty area. Substitute Mauricio struck the resulting freekick against the post, but the ball soon found its way back to him and he was able to bundle it in. With ten-men Jamshedpur defending doggedly, it appeared as if Odisha were running out of time. However, Mauricio had other ideas. In stoppage time, the Brazilian unleashed a powerful shot from just inside the box that no goalkeeper would have saved.

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NEXT MATCH : 29.11.2020 : Jamshedpur FC ( V/S ) Odisha FC : Tilak Maidan - 5:00 pm

23/11/20 (ISL : M-4) : ODISHA FC - 0-1 - HYDERABAD FC (FT)
HFC : ARIDANE SANTANA-P-(34')

Hero of the Match : Aridane Santana ( HTDERABAD FC )
Club Award : Hyderabad FC.
Winning Pass of the Match : Halicharan Narzary ( HTDERABAD FC )

OFC :Arshdeep Singh, Hendry Antonay, Saurabh Meher, Gaurav Bora, Shubham Sarangi, Steven Vi Taylor (C), Thoiba Singh, Marcelo Pereira, Diego Mauricio Brito, Nandhakumar Sekar, Manuel Villafranca.

HFC : Subrata Paul,1 Odei Zabala, Akash Mishra, Asish Rai, Lluis Sastre, Joao Bruno, Mohammed Yasir, Hitesh Sharma, Halicharan Narzary, Nikhil Poojary, Aridane Santana (C).

REFEREE : TEJAS NAGVENKAR.

23/11/20 <b><font color=red>(ISL : M-4) </b></font> : ODISHA FC - <b><font color=red> 0-1 </b></font> - HYDERABAD FC <b> (FT) </b>

ODISHAFC
2014-15 – 5TH (As Delhi Dynamos)
2015-16 – SEMI FINALIST (As Delhi Dynamos)
2016-17 - SEMI FINALIST (As Delhi Dynamos)
2017-18 – 8TH (As Delhi Dynamos)
2018-19 – 8TH (As Delhi Dynamos)
2019-20 – 6TH

HYDERABAD FC
2019-20 – 9TH

MATCH DETAILS - ISL : Last season 9th ranked Hyderabad FC starts their ISL 2020-21 campaign with a win over Odisha FC, at the GMC Stadium in Goa on Monday. Debutant Aridane Santana (35’) scored the only goal through a penalty.Hyderabad were all over Odisha's territory in the opening minutes of the game, forcing their opponents to play deep. They won a series of corners in the first 10 minutes and nearly capitalised for a goal.

23/11/20 <b><font color=red>(ISL : M-4) </b></font> : ODISHA FC - <b><font color=red> 0-1 </b></font> - HYDERABAD FC <b> (FT) </b>

Hyderabad's first real chance came in the 6th minute when Lluis Sastre whipped a perfect delivery into the box but Santana failed to capitalized. Odisha looked to play their normal game, maintaining possession and carrying the fight to their opponents. Finally Hyderabad got their reward in the form of a penalty. Aridane Santana played Halicharan Narzary clear on goal, and his effort was handled by Odisha skipper Steven Taylor. Santana made no mistake to score from spot kick in 35th Minutes. Hyderabad Goal keeper Subrata Paul had to wait until the 40th minute to make his first save, thwarting Odisha striker Manuel Onwu.

Hyderabad almost doubled the lead from a set-piece but Joao Victor’s goal was rightly ruled offside.

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ODISHA FC - ALL MATCH DETAILS (BELOW)

24/01/21 (ISL : M-70) : BENGALURU FC - 1-1 - ODISHA FC
BFC: ERIK PAARTALU (81')
OFC: DEIGO MARICIO (8')

19/01/ 21 (ISL M-64) :: HYDERABAD FC --( 1-1 ) -- ODISHA FC
HFC : HOLICHARAN NARZARY (16')
OFC : ALEXANDER COLE (51')


13.01.21 ( ISL : M-57) : ODISHA FC 1-2 CHENNAIYIN FC
CFC: ESMAEL GONCALVES (15', 21'- P)
OFC: DIEGO MAURICIO (64')

RESULT OF FIRST LEG
23/11/20 (ISL : M-4) : ODISHA FC - 0-1 - HYDERABAD FC
HFC : ARIDANE SANTANA-P-(34')

29.11.2020 : (ISL : M-10) :JAMSHEDPUR FC -- ( 2-2 ) -- ODISHA FC
JFC: NERIJUS VALSKIS (12', 27')
OFC: DIAGO MAURICIO (76', 90+3)
RED CARD: RAHENESH PARAMBA-JFC (72')

03/12/2020 : (ISL : M-15) ATK MOHUN BAGAN FC 1-0 ODISHA FC
ATK-MB ROY KRISHNA (90+3')

06/12/2020 : (ISL : M-18) MUMBAI CITY FC 2-0 ODISHA FC
MCFC : Bartholomew Ogbeche (P - 30'), Rowllin Borges (45')

12/12/2020 : (ISL : M-25) ODISHA FC -- 0-1 -- FC GOA
FCG : IGOR ANGULO (45')


17.12.20 : (ISL : M-31) ODISHA FC ( 1-2 ) BENGALURU FC
BFC: SUNIL CHETRI (38'), CLEITON DILVA (78')
OFC: STEVEN TAYLOR (71')

22.12.20 : (ISL: M-37) : ODISHA FC -- ( 2-2 ) -- NORTH EAST UNITED
OFC : DIEGO MAURICIO 23', Cole Alexander 67'
NEU : Benjamin Lambot 45', Kwesi Appiah (P-65')

03/01/2021 : (ISL : M-45) : SC EAST BENGAL -- 3-1 --ODISHA FC
SCEB : Anthony Pilkington 12', Jacques Maghoma 39', Bright Enobakhare 87'
OFC : Diego Mauricio 90+3'

07/01/21 : (ISL : M-50) : KERALA BLASTERS -- 2-4 - ODISHA FC
KBFC : Jordan Murray 7', Garry Hooper 79'
OFC : Jeakson Singh 22', Steven Taylor 42', DIEGO MAURICIO 50', 60'

10.01.21 ( ISL : M-53) : CHENNAIYIN FC - 0-0 - ODISHA FC

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