ISL 2021-22 ALL RESULT: FC GOA ( BELOW)
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MATCH-69 : 23.01.22 : BENGALURU FC 1-1 FC GOA (FT)
FCG : Dylan Fox 39'.
BFC : Sunil Chettri 60'
HERO OF THE MATCH : Dylan Fox ( FC GOA)
CLUB AWARD : BENGALURU FC and FC GOA
BFC: Gurpreet Sandhu, Pratik Chaudhari, Wungngayam Muirang, Ashique Kuruniyan, Roshan Naorem, Danish Farooq, Iman Basafa, Bruno Silva, Prince Ibara, Cleiton Silva, Sunil Chhetri (C).
FCG: Dheeraj Moirangthem, Anwar Ali, Dylan Fox, Seriton Fernandes (C), Saviour Gama, Aiban Dohling, Glan Martins, Edu Bedia, Alberto Noguera, Jorge Ortiz, Devendra Murgaonkar.
REFEREE: Pranjol Banerjee
Sunil Chhetri's 11-game barren run of goals in the Hero Indian Super League (ISL) came to an end as he salvaged a point for Bengaluru FC in a 1-1 draw with FC Goa at the Athletic Stadium in Bambolim. Scoring his 48th Hero ISL goal, the India captain equalled the League's all-time record goalscorer, Ferran Corominas' tally.
Dylan Fox (41’) scored his first goal for FCG with a header until Sunil Chhetri (61’) equalised with his first of the campaign. The result keeps both Bengaluru FC and FC Goa in eighth and ninth place respectively in the points table with 14 points each.
The match began at a frantic pace which led to an early injury for Glan Martins who had to be replaced by Princeton Rebello inside the first 12 minutes. Roshan Naorem and Iman Basafa had their shots go narrowly off-target shortly after in a positive start for the Blues. The Iranian midfielder along with Danish Farooq also received a yellow card each in the first half for poor challenges.
Both teams exchanged blows for the remainder of the first half but did not create any meaningful scoring chances until Dylan Fox broke the deadlock. Jorge Ortiz was allowed space on the left flank to deliver a pinpoint cross. It found the centre-back on the far-post, and all Fox had to do was get his head on the ball to score his first goal of the season. Thanks to the goal, the Gaurs went into the halftime break with a slender advantage.
The second half saw BFC start purposefully but the Gaurs were resolute in defence and kept their attackers silent. Cleiton Silva came close to scoring the equaliser with a volley moments before the hour mark but his attempt went narrowly past the right side of the goal. However, it took a moment of brilliance from Sunil Chhetri who finally found the back of the net this season to bring the game level. He scored with a sublime header from Prince Ibara’s cross.
Two more BFC players in Roshan and Prince received yellows in the second half for mistimed challenges. Brandon Fernandes also made his first appearance of the campaign for FCG from the bench. Chhetri came close to scoring the winner deep into added time after his left-footed curling shot hit the crossbar. There was nothing to separate the sides at the final whistle and the points were shared as a result.
Bengaluru FC is up against Chennaiyin FC in their next at the Athletic Stadium on Wednesday whereas FC Goa will clash with Owen Coyle’s Jamshedpur FC at the same venue on Friday.
MATCH-65 : 19.01.22 : FC GOA 1-2 SC EAST BENGAL (FT)
SCEB: NAOREM MAHESH SINGH (9',41')
FCG: ALBERTO NOGUERA (37')
HERO OF THE MATCH : NAOREM MAHESH SINGH ( SCEB)
CLUB AWARD : SC EAST BENGAL
FCG: Dheeraj Moirangthem, Leander D'Cunha, Anwar Ali, Aiban Dohling, Alexander Jesuraj, Glan Martins, Edu Bedia, Makan Chothe, Alberto Noguera, Jorge Ortiz, Airan Cabrera (C).
SCEB: Arindam Bhattacharja, Adil Khan, Franjo Prce, Ankit Mukherjee, Amarjit Kiyam, Darren Sidoel, Sourav Das, Wahengbam Luwang, Mohammad Rafique (C), Naorem Singh, Thongkhosiem Haokip.
REFEREE: ADITYA PURKAYASTYA
It took SC East Bengal 347 days to end their winless run in the Hero Indian Super League as the Red and Gold brigade inflicted a blow to FC Goa’s semi-final hopes with a 2-1 win at the Athletic Stadium in Bambolim, today. The first win of the season helps SCEB rise from the bottom while the Gaurs remain stuck on ninth place in the table.
Mahesh Naorem Singh (9’) scored early for SCEB against the run of play until Alberto Noguera (37’) levelled the score. Naorem Singh (42’) completed his brace after a gift from the opposition defender which remained the difference between the teams.
Despite dominating the possession, FC Goa were dealt a shock in the early stages after an unforced error from Edu Bedia caught Anwar Ali off-guard. Mahesh Naorem Singh took advantage of the situation, pounced on the ball, and put it past the advancing goalkeeper from a one-on-one situation to score the opener. Before the half-hour mark, the skipper of the Gaurs fed Alexander Jesuraj with a penetrating through ball but he wasted the opportunity to equalise by airing the shot above the crossbar.
Darren Sidoel then took a shot from distance post the drinks break but his attempt went wide off the mark. FCG finally scored the equaliser after Jorge Ortiz delivered a defence-splitting pass for Alberto Noguera who found space inside the box and beat Arindam Bhattacharja with his left foot from a narrow angle. Three minutes before halftime, Naorem Singh gave SCEB the lead yet again after Anwar Ali gifted the ball to him inside his own box. Although the striker’s attempt struck the bar and came out, the assistant referee awarded the goal as the ball had crossed the goal line.
The second half saw FCG intensely searching for another equaliser. However, there were not many clear scoring chances for the Gaurs. The Red & Gold Brigade were defending in numbers, denying any sort of space to the opposition attackers. The fourth official added seven minutes of added time after the regulation period. Mario Rivera’s men held on to their lead with a collective effort to record the first elusive win of the season.
FC Goa will be up against Bengaluru FC in their next at the Athletic Stadium on Sunday while SC East Bengal faces a stern Hyderabad FC challenge at the Tilak Maidan Stadium on Monday.
MATCH-60 : 14.01.22 : FC GOA 1-1 NORTH EAST UNITED FC (FT)
NEUFC: HERNAN SANTANA (3')
FCG: AIRAN CABRERA(39')
HERO OF THE MATCH : George Ortiz ( FCG)
CLUB AWARD : FC GOA and NORTH EAST UNITED
FCG: Dheeraj Moirangthem, Anwar Ali, Leander D'Cunha, Saviour Gama, Aiban Dohling, Glan Martins (C), Alexander Jesuraj, Princeton Rebello, Alberto Noguera, Airan Cabrera, Jorge Ortiz.
NEUFC: Mirshad Michu , Patrick Flottmann, Provat Lakra, Gurjinder Kumar, Mashoor Shereef, Sehnaj Singh, Hernan Santana (C), Imran Khan, Rochharzela, Suhair Vadakkepeedika, Deshorn Brown.
REFEREE: R VENKATESH.
Hernan Santana's delightful free-kick failed to hand NorthEast United FC a win as they were held to a 1-1 draw by FC Goa in the Hero Indian Super League at the Athletic Stadium in Bambolim on Friday.
Santana curled in a superb free-kick in just the second minute of the game but Airan Cabrera's goal in the 39th minute helped Goa draw level. There were no goals in the second half, meaning Goa moved up a rung to eighth place having 13 points from 11 games while NorthEast United remained 10th with nine points from 11 games.
NorthEast United were off to a flying start courtesy of Santana's individual brilliance. The 31-year old Spaniard curled in a delectable free-kick at the near post leaving Dheeraj Moirangthem with no chance as the ball pinged in off the crossbar.
It was a frantic start to the game and just the early push NorthEast United needed. Goa tried to settle down by playing more passes in midfield but NorthEast were not ready to rest on the slender lead as Deshorn Brown missed the target after beating two defenders.
Goa relied on the excellent Jorge Ortiz to deliver the goods and the Spaniard got past Provat Lakra to send a teasing ball inside the box but Mirshad Michu was alert to avert the danger at the right time. NorthEast looked in fine touch when Brown and Suhair Vadakkepeedika combined for the latter to see his effort deflect off a few Goa shirts for a corner.
Goa slowly started growing into the game and got the equaliser moments before the halftime whistle when Cabrera nodded in a Alberto Noguera corner with no one marking him.
In the second period, Goa looked the more threatening side with Ortiz and Cabrera combining brilliantly to keep NorthEast United defence on tenterhooks. There were chances few and far between for the Highlanders but Goa could not make the most of their attacking display as they had to share the spoils in the end with their rivals.
MATCH-54 : 08.01.22 : FC GOA 1-0 CHENNAIYIN FC (FT..)
FCG: Jorge Ortiz 82'
HERO OF THE MATCH : Anwar Ali ( FCG)
CLUB AWARD : FC GOA
FCG: Naveen Kumar (GK), Anwar Ali, Ivan Gonzalez, Aiban Dohling, Seriton Fernandes, Saviour Gama, Muhammed Nemil, Glan Martins, Edu Bedia (C), Alberto Noguera, Jorge Ortiz.
CFC: Debjit Majumder (GK), Mohd Sajid Dhot, Slavko Damjanovic, Narayan Das, Reagan Singh, Jerry Lalrinzuala, Anirudh Thapa (C), Vladimir Koman, Edwin Vanspaul, Mirlan Murzaev, Nerijus Valskis.
REFEREE: Pratik Mondal
FC Goa snapped their four-match winless streak after a 1-0 win over Chennaiyin FC in the 2021-22 Hero Indian Super League 2021-22 at the Athletic Stadium in Bambolim. The result denies the Marina Machans from breaching the top-four places in the points table.
Jorge Ortiz (82’) broke the deadlock with a sublime long-range goal late into the game. The solitary goal from the Spaniard was enough to secure three points.
Both teams took some time to get into any sort of rhythm in attack. Edwin Vanspaul was shown an early yellow card as the match began amidst tough physical clashes. The first major chance of the game fell to Jorge Ortiz on the 18th minute but Debjit Majumder was quick in closing down space to make a brave save inside the penalty box. A header from a corner by debutant Anwar Ali went narrowly away from the target five minutes past the half-hour mark.
The Gaurs controlled more of the ball in the first half and looked more likely to score the first goal of the night. Glan Martins tested the goalkeeper from long-range following which Ortiz hit the rebound into the side netting. Derrick Pereira’s men threw everything at the Marina Machans but did not find an answer to their compact defence which meant both teams went into the halftime break on level terms.
The second half started with FCG pushing for the opener. Edu Bedia came close to scoring an Olympic goal with his corner kick hitting the post and staying out. The midfielder was shown a yellow card moments later for a dangerous tackle on Nerijus Valskis. Vladimir Koman was taken off then due to an injury to be replaced by Germanpreet Singh. As the match reached the hour mark, it was one-way traffic with FCG dominating possession and creating more scoring chances than CFC.
Naveen Kumar was finally called into action after he made a crucial save from Mirlan Murzaev on the 75th-minute mark. However, it took a moment of magic from Jorge Ortiz to break the deadlock. The forward found the back of the net with a sensational left-footed strike from long-range, leaving the goalkeeper stranded. His goal ended up being the winner and handed the Gaurs three well-deserved points.
Chennaiyin FC will collide with Hyderabad FC in their next fixture at the PJN Stadium on Thursday whereas FC Goa is up against NorthEast United at the Athletic Stadium on Friday.
MATCH-46 : 02.01.22 : KERALA BLASTERS FC 2-2 FC GOA (FT)
KBFC: JEAKSON SINGH (10'), ADRIAN LUNA (20')
FCG: JORGE ORTIZ (24'), EDU BEDIA (38')
HERO OF THE MATCH : JORGE ORTIZ (FCG)
CLUB AWARD : KERALA BLASTERS FC AND FC GOA
KBFC: Prabhsukhan Gill , Lalthathanga Khawlhring, Harmanjot Khabra, Jessel Carneiro (C), Sahal Samad, Adrian Luna, Jeakson Singh, Jorge Diaz, Bijoy V, Marko Leskovic and Alvaro Vazquez.
FCG: Dheeraj Moirangthem , Jorge Ortiz, Dylan Fox, Seriton Fernandes, Saviour Gama, Edu Bedia (C), Ivan Gonzalez, Glan Martins, Aiban Dohling, Devendra Murgaonkar and Muhammed Nemil.
Adrian Luna's stunning goal could not ensure Kerala Blasters FC a win as FC Goa fought back in a rip-roaring Hero Indian Super League game which ended 2-2 at the Tilak Maidan Stadium here on Sunday.
Jeakson Singh (10th) opened the scoring for the Blasters with Luna scoring a wondergoal in the 20th minute. Kerala looked on top before Goa came back to first make it 2-1 riding a Jorge Ortiz (24th) strike before Edu Bedia scored from the corner in the 38th minute.
Kerala were off to a perfect start, nosing ahead in just 10 minutes after Luna swung in a delectable corner for Jeakson to head home. The yellow shirts dominated proceedings thereafer with Glan Martins smashing a volley from long just over, against the run of the play.
Kerala went 2-0 soon after, Luna showing his brilliance this time. The Uruguayan was given space on the left inside channel and the 29-year old made merry, getting the ball to dip past the keeper from 30 yards out. The ball hit the post and went in leaving Dheeraj Moirangthem with no chance to keep it out.
Pegged back twice in quick succession, Goa picked themselves up riding Ortiz's strike. The Spaniard received a ball from Saviour Gama, turned sharply and fired home past Prabhsukhan Singh Gill who was beaten at his near post.
Kerala came close to making it 3-1 near the halftime whistle when Sahal Abdul Samad shot over the bar from a Alvaro Vazquez cross. Goa drew level from the next attack, and it was Edu Bedia who got in the act curling in an exquisite corner that went in leaving Gill high and dry.
A frantic first half came to an end with both sides level at 2-2. In the second period, both teams showed caution as chances were few and far between. Three times to the final whistle, Edu Bedia's effort from a free-kick came off the crossbar much to Goa's dismay as the match ended as it started with both teams sharing the spoils
MATCH-44 : 29.12.21 : ATK MOHUN BAGAN 2-1 FC GOA (FT)
ATKMB : LISTON COLACO (23'), ROY KRISHNA (56')
FCG : JORGE ORTIZ (80')
HERO OF THE MATCH : liston colaco (ATK-MB)
CLUB AWARD : ATK- MOHUN BAGAN
ATKMB: Amrinder Singh, Tiri, Ashutosh Mehta, Subhasish Bose (Prabir Das-40'), Pritam Kotal (C), Carl McHugh, Deepak Tangri, Hugo Boumous (Joni Kauko-72'), Manvir Singh, Liston Colaco (Lenny Rodrigues-89'), Roy Krishna (David Williams-72').
FCG: Dheeraj Moirangthem , Dylan Fox, Seriton Fernandes, Saviour Gama (Sanson Pereira-69'), Ivan Gonzalez (C), Aiban Dohling, Alberto Noguera, Princeton Rebello, Muhammed Nemil (Nongdamba Naorem-78'), Jorge Ortiz, Devendra Murgaonkar (Makan Chothe-69').
REFEREE: CRYSTAL JOHN
A Liston Colaco thunderbolt stole the show on a night Roy Krishna also found the target to make Juan Ferrando's return to familiar territory a sweet one as ATK Mohun Bagan beat FC Goa 2-1 in the Hero Indian Super League at the PJN Stadium in Fatorda on Wednesday.
Ferrando returned to take on his former side FC Goa as ATKMB head coach and Colaco (23rd) gifted him with a stunning strike in the first half. It was his fifth goal of the season, the highest by any Indian this term. Krishna (56th) made it 2-0 early on in the second half before Jorge Ortiz fortuitously pulled one back in the 81st minute but it was not enough in the end.
The result means ATKMB continued their resurgence under Ferrando, moving to third in the points table with 14 points from eight matches. FC Goa, meanwhile, remained eighth having the same number of points from eight games.
The impressive Devendra Murgaonkar warmed Amrinder Singh's gloves with an early attempt after nutmegging his marker and getting the better of him to shoot on goal. Amrinder saw the ball all the way and had it covered. ATKMB, though, were enjoying the lion's share of possession and got their reward in the 23rd minute albeit a moment of individual brilliance.
The sparkling Colaco, causing all sorts of trouble to Goa for some time, got on the ball on the left inside channel near the halfway mark. The 23-year old took a couple of steps forward to then unleash a rocket of a hit that swerved past the keeper and into the back of the net. Ferrando had his hands on his head in disbelief, his mouth wide open as the green and maroons went ahead riding that piece of magic.
At the half-hour mark, Jorge Ortiz forced Amrinder into a good save from a free-kick but the half had already gone to Liston for his wonderful strike, and deservingly ATKMB went into the break with a 1-0 lead.
The Mariners doubled their advantage soon after the restart, Krishna firing home first time a Hugo Boumous lob from the edge of the box. Goa never really got a grip of the game after falling behind by two goals before a Amrinder gaffe helped them get back in the game.
Ortiz's weak left-footer was inexplicably spilled by Amrinder as the ball went into the net. Goa threw in the towel by ATKMB held firm and bagged three points.
MATCH-40 : 24.12.21 : ODISHA FC 1-1 FC GOA (FT.)
FCG : Ivan Gonzalez 40'
OFC : Jonathas Cristian 53'
HERO OF THE MATCH : Ivan Gonzalez ( OFC)
CLUB AWARD : ODSHA FC and FC GOA
OFC : Kamaljit Singh, Hendry Antonay, Hector Ramirez, Victor Mongil, Lalhrezuala Sailung, Vinit Rai (C), Isaac Chhakchhuak, Javier Hernandez, Nandhakumar Sekar, Jerry Mawihmingthanga, Jonathas Cristian.
FCG : Dheeraj Moirangthem, Mohamed Ali, Ivan Gonzalez, Aiban Dohling, Seriton Fernandes, Saviour Gama, Princeton Rebello, Edu Bedia (C), Alberto Noguera, Airan Cabrera, Devendra Murgaonkar.
REFEREE : C.R.Srikrishna
FC Goa and Odisha FC shared spoils in Derrick Pereira's first game in charge as the Hero Indian Super League game ended in a 1-1 draw at the Tilak Maidan Stadium here on Friday.
Ivan Gonzalez (42nd) gave Goa the lead in the first half but their joy was short-lived as Jonathas Cristian (53rd) equalised early on the second period. There were chances for both teams to clinch the game but it ended in a stalemate leaving both camps high and dry.
The result means Odisha stay seventh with 10 points from seven games while Goa also remain in eighth place with eight points in their kitty from seven outings. The game got off to a cagey start before Gonzalez helped Goa take the lead. Aiban Dohling got on the end of a free-kick and sprinted in front of the defenders to flick the ball back for Gonzalez who tapped it into the net.
Goa looked the better side in the first half, enjoying the lion's share of possession but lacking a cutting edge in the final third. Kamaljit Singh made two exquisite saves off the brilliant Alberto Noguera before the Gaurs went ahead three minutes to the halftime whistle.
It didn't take Odisha long to restore parity as Jonathas got on the scoresheet after Dheeraj Moirangthem failed to clear a dangerous ball inside the box and the Brazilian was on hand to tap home from close after sprinting in towards the far post.
Both teams threw in the towel in a bid to bag the winner and Dylan Fox almost scored an own goal when he headed the ball into his own crossbar. The ball lobbed back to the edge of the box with Liridon Krasniqi hitting it on target only for a Goa shirt to make a goal line clearance .Krasniqi's effort in injury time came off the post much to the agony of Odisha FC as both teams ended the game all square.
MATCH-34 : 18.12.21 : FC GOA 1-1 HYDERABAD FC (FT)
FCG ; Airan Cabrera 62'
HFC : Joel Chianese 54'.
HERO OF THE MATCH Airan Cabrera ( FCG)
CLUB AWARD : FC GOA AND HYDERABAD FC
HFC : Airan Cabrera imani, Asish Rai, Chinglensana Singh, Juanan, Akash Mishra, Hitesh Sharma, Joao Victor (C), Nikhil Poojary, Joel Chianese, Rohit Danu and Bartholomew Ogbeche.
FCG : Dheeraj Moirangthem, Mohamed Ali, Ivan Gonzalez, Aiban Dohling, Seriton Fernandes, Saviour Gama, Princeton Rebello, Edu Bedia (C), Alberto Noguera, Airan Cabrera and Devendra Murgaonkar.
REFEREE : VENKATESH R
MATCH-26- 11-12-2021 : FC GOA - ( 2-1 ) - BENGALURU FC (FT)
FCG : Ashique Kuruniyan (og- 15', Devendra Murgaonkar 79'
BFC : Cleiton Silva 45+2'.
RED CARD : Jorge Ortiz (FC GOA 55')
RED CARD : Suresh Wangjam (BENGALURU FC 84')
HERO OF THE MATCH : Devendra Murgaonkar (FC GOA)
CLUB AWARD : FC GOA
FCG : Dheeraj Moirangthem, Mohamed Ali, Ivan Gonzalez, Aiban Dohling, Seriton Fernandes, Saviour Gama, Glan Martins, Edu Bedia (C), Alberto Noguera, Jorge Ortiz and Devendra Murgaonkar.
BFC : Gurpreet Sandhu, Roshan Naorem, Pratik Chowdhary, Alan Costa, Ashique Kuruniyan, Suresh Wangjam, Bruno Silva, Jayesh Rane, Danish Farooq, Cleiton Silva Sunil Chhetri (C).
Referee: : Pranjal Banerjee
Bengaluru FC were pushed near the bottom place as FC Goa handed the Blues a third consecutive defeat, emerging 2-1 winners in a Hero Indian Super League 2021-22 fixture at the Athletic Stadium in Bambolim. This was a second consecutive victory for the Gaurs in a match that saw two red cards and eight yellow cards.
Ashique Kuruniyan (16’ OG) scored his second own goal of the season, sending the Gaurs in an early lead before Cleiton Silva (45’) pegged them back with a sublime free-kick. Devendra Murgaonkar (70’) helped his team regain the lead and scored the winner after going down to 10-men.
Jorge Ortiz started the game on a bright note, being the source of several attacking opportunities. He seemed to have got on the scoresheet in the 16th minute but the goal was accredited to Ashique Kuruniyan who got the last touch on a rebound. Glan Martins was the first player to go in the referee’s book as he got a yellow card early in the match.
Sunil Chhetri’s woeful start to the season continued as he missed an open goal from 12 yards in his 100th appearance. Roshan Naorem then picked up a yellow post the drinks break. Gurpreet Singh Sandhu fumbled an easy backpass a few minutes later but managed to clear it to avoid conceding an embarrassing goal. Against the run of play, just before the halftime whistle, Cleiton Silva scored the equaliser with a curling free-kick from the left flank.
Substitutes Prince Ibarra and Parag Shrivas were sent by Marco Pezzaiuoli at the break to make an impact. Danish Farooq received a yellow card for a late challenge on Dheeraj Singh. In the 55th minute, goalscorer Ortiz received a red card for pushing Suresh Singh Wangjam after getting hit with a tackle from behind. The BFC midfielder also got booked along with Ibarra for reacting aggressively.
With 20 minutes left to play, Devendra Murgaonkar scored from close range, assisted by Ivan Gonzalez’s header after being left unmarked inside the box. Bruno Ramires and Parag also got booked later in the game for poor challenges before Suresh Singh received his second yellow and got sent off in the 84th minute.
Juan Ferrando’s men managed to hold on to their lead after the fourth official signalled six minutes of added time. As for the Blues, the fourth defeat in six matches piles even more pressure on the team to perform better in forthcoming games.
Bengaluru FC awaits the challenge of ATK Mohun Bagan on Thursday, the outfit which is winless in their last three matches too. While FC Goa will lock horns with Hyderabad FC on Saturday in a week’s time.
MATCH-21: 07.12.21 : SC EAST BENGAL 3-4 FC GOA (FT)
FCG: ALBERTO NOUREGA (13',78'), EDUARDO BEDIA (P-32'), ANTONIO PERISEVIC (og-43')
SCEB: ANTONIO PERISEVIC (25',59'), AMIR DERISEVIC (36')
HERO Of THE MATCH : Alberto Noguera ( FC GOA)
CLUB AWARD : FC GOA
SCEB : Suvam Sen, Franjo Prce, Tomislav Mrcela (C)(Daniel Chukwu), Raju Gaikwad (Joyner Lourenco), Hira Mondal, Bikash Jairu (Lalrinliana Hnamte), Amir Dervisevic, Amarjit Kiyam (Adil Khan), Sourav Das, Naorem Singh (Thongkhosiem Haokip), Antonio Perosevic.
FCG : Dheeraj Moirangthem, Seriton Fernandes, Ivan Gonzalez, Mohamed Ali, Saviour Gama (Sanson Pereira), Aiban Dohling (Muhammed Nemil), Edu Bedia (C), Glan Martins (Princeton Rebello), Alberto Noguera, Devendra Murgaonkar (Nongdamba Naorem), Jorge Ortiz (Dylan Fox).
REFEREE : C.R. SRIKRISHNA.
FINAL SCORE: SC EAST BENGAL 3-4 FC GOA
90': Referee blew the final whistle.
90': 5 minutes added time.
84': REPLACEMENT SCEB: Joyner in, Raju out.
82': REPLACEMENT FCG: Matins out, Princeton in.
82': REPLACEMENT FCG: Ortiz in, Fox out.
82': REPLACEMENT FCG: Semboi in, Mahesh out.
82': YELLOW CARD to Raju, he pulls down Ortiz from behind.
79': GOALLLLLLL. Nougera scored of a pass from Ortiz from the right.
78': A miss by SCEB .Perisevic's shot defected of Dheeraj and Cheema missed from the close range.
75': A long ranger from Edu from the right just missed the target.
73': Gama's push of a cross from Martins from the right saved by Suvam.
71': Amir's curling freekick from outside the 18 yards cleared by FCG defense.
67': A good clereance by Ivan, denied Cheema who was about to push the ball in goal of a pass from Naorem from the right.
65': Edu's freekick from outside the 18 yards saved by Suvam.
64': YELLOW CARD to Adil for rough tackel, freekick to FCG.
59': GOALLLLLL . Perisevic scored of a wrong pass from Martins. Perisevic covered a long space beat Edu Bedia and places to the right of Dheeraj.
53': Perisevic was hit by Aiban inside the 18 yards, but Referee denied the situation.
50': FCG leading by 3-2 are in attack right from the start of the second half.
48': A cross from Ortiz after he got past Raju from the left but punched away by Suvam.
REPLACEMENT SCEB: Adil in, Amarjit out.
REPLACEMENT SCEB: Cheema in, Prce out.
46': Second session starts.
45+3': HALF TIME SCORE: SC EAST BENGAL 2-3 FC GOA
45': 3 minutes added time.
43': GOALLLLLLL . It's a own goal by Perisevic. The ball deflected of Perisevic after it touched Nougera of a corner .
38': Bikash was free inside the 18 yards, but his shot missed the target.
36': GOALLLLLL . Amir Derisevic's curling freekick finds the target.
32': GOALLLLLL .. Edu Bedia converts the penalty.
31': PENALTY for FCG, Sourav pulls down Seriton from behind.
28': A push by Devendra of a pass from Gama from the left by Suvam saved the situation.
25': GOALLLLL .. Perisevic equalised. Amir's freekick defected of Bedia and Perisevic's powerful shot beat Dheeraj.
24': YELLOW CARD to seriton he brought down Bikash, free kick to SCEB.
22': A cross by Perisevic of a pass from Naorem cleared by FCG defense.
18': YELLOW CARD to Gama for rough play against Bikash.
16': A misunderstanding between in SCEB defense finds Ortiz on the way , but Ortiz's push went wide.
13': GOALLLLL . A powerful long ranger from Nougera beat Suvam and finds the net.
11': A cross by Gama from the left cleared by Hira, no FCG footballers were there.
7': a forward pass by Naorem to Perisevic but the ball cleared by FCG defense.
4': Ortiz was initiating a move down the right blocked by Prce.
3': A forward pass from Amir to Perisevic but aiban cleared the ball.
0': Match started, FCG kicks off.
***: SC EAST BENGAL currently in 10th position with 2 points from 4 matches, while FC GOA is in the 11th position are yet to open their account.
MATCH-17: 04/12/2021 : NORTH EAST UNITED FC - 2-1 - FC GOA (FT)
NEUFC : ROCHHAARZELA (10'), KHASSA CHAMARA 90+4'
FCG : ALEXANDER ROMARIO JESURAJ (13')
HERO OF THE MATCH : Hernan Santana (NORTH EAST UNITED)
CLUB AWARD : NORTH EAST UNITED FC
NEUFC Subhasish Roy Choudhury (C), Patrick Flottmann (Deshorn Brown), Provat Lakra, Gurjinder Kumar, Khassa Camara, Hernan Santana, Sehnaj Singh, Rochharzela (Imran Khan), Suhair Vadakkepeedika, Mathias Coureur, Lalkhawpuimawia (Mashoor Shereef).
FCG :Dheeraj Moirangthem, Sanson Pereira (Saviour Gama), Dylan Fox, Seriton Fernandes, Ivan Gonzalez (C), Alberto Noguera (Edu Bedia), Princeton Rebello (Muhammed Nemil), Alexander Jesuraj (Makan Chothe), Nongdamba Naorem (Devendra Murgaonkar), Glan Martins, Jorge Ortiz.
A last minute goal by Khassa Camara ensured that NorthEast grabbed full points against FC Goa in the 2021-22 Hero Indian Super League (ISL) at the Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Fatorda on Saturday. Coach Khalid Jamil breathed a sigh of relief in the end as the Highlanders closed a rather inconsistent evening leaving the Gaurs languishing at the bottom of the table still searching for their first point.
The Highlanders found the opener through Rochharzela (10') but Alexander Romario Jesuraj (13') equalised minutes later. Captain Edu Bedia was left out to accommodate former Highlander Dylan Fox. Airam Cabrera did not feature in the matchday squad as he was nursing a small niggle.
Rochharzela, making his first start of the season paid dividends at the very outset. The Mizoram-born winger capitalised on the FC Goa defence, which went missing. Mathias Coureur won the ball from the left with Fox unable to intercept. A through ball played to Rochharzela saw him clear and he went into the box to shoot home, albeit post a deflection off the upright.
The joy was short-lived. Jorge Ortiz ran close to the byline and squared it for Jesuraj who flipped it back. The ball was played back into space from the other end by Noguera and Jesuraj made amends by slotting the ball past the goalkeeper, to equalise in a couple of minutes.
But, it was the late heroic by Khassa Camara (90+4') that sealed the match for the Highlanders. A brilliant long range strike by Camara found the left corner of the target giving NorthEast the all important lead.
MATCH-8 : 26/11/2021 : FC GOA - ( 1-3 ) - JAMSHEDPUR FC (90+4': FT.)
JFC : Nerijus Valskis 50', 61' , Jordon Murry 80'
FCG : Airan Cabrera 85'
HERO OF THE MATCH : Nerijus Valskis (JFC)
CLUB AWARD : JAMSHEDPUR FC
FCG : Dheeraj Singh, Sanson Pereira, Seriton Fernandes (Nongdamba Naorem), Ivan Gonzalez (Airan Cabrera), Aiban Dohling, Alberto Noguera, Alexander Jesuraj(Makan Chothe), Edu Bedia (C), Glan Martins, Jorge Ortiz, Devendra Murgaonkar (Lalhmangaihsanga).
JFC : TP Rehenesh, Narender Gahlot, Ricky Lallawmawma, Laldinliana Renthlei, Peter Hartley (C), Jitendra Singh, Seiminlen Doungel (Ritwik Das), Komal Thatal (Boris Singh), Alexandre Lima, Nerijus Valskis, Greg Stewart (Jordan Murray).
REFEREE : SENTHIL NATHAN S
Coming on the back of a draw against SC East Bengal, Jamshedpur FC took the early initiative of jumping on top of the table after dominating FC Goa for a 3-1 win in a 2021-22 Hero Indian Super League (ISL) match at the Athletic Stadium in Bambolim on Friday.
Nerijus Valskis (51', 61') was the hero of the match as he remained one shy of a perfect hat-trick, managing to first drive the ball with his left foot and then score via a header. Jordan Murray (80') piled the third right after coming off the bench. Airan Cabrera though denied the Men of Steel a clean sheet with a neat finish to register a goal in the 86th minute.
Juan Ferrando rung in the changes after a heavy opening weekend defeat. Jorge Ortiz was brought in as Devendra Murgaonkar led the line. Airam Cabrera was relegated to the bench. Reliance Foundation Young Champs Academy graduate Muhammed Nemil, who had recovered from his injury, was included in the matchday squad for the very first time.
Fresh off winning the Scottish Premiership with Rangers under Steven Gerrard, Greg Stewart made his first start on Indian soil. Komal Thatal found a place on the wing as Eli Sabia was dropped. Thatal was rather brilliant after kickoff. The Sikkim-born first found Jitendra inside the box with some help from Stewart. Soon, he tested the opposition defenders with a dangerous cross, all within the first quarter of an hour.
While Goa enjoyed ball possession, Jamshedpur had the better chances through set pieces. Playing in a flat 4-4-2, Jamshedpur ensured that Goa could not find empty spaces to launch pressing attacks. With five minutes to go in the first half, Len Doungel failed to punish his former side. The winger was played through after a mispass. He first shot onto Dheeraj and subsequently skied the rebound.
Valskis too tried his luck but Dheeraj caught the ball after Glan Martins lost possession of the ball in midfield.Right after the break, FC Goa threatened Jamshedpur with a freekick but Rehenesh kept it at bay as Alberto Noguera was denied. At the other end, Valskis made his long-ranger count and snapped his 10-game goalless run with a delectable left-footed strike to break the deadlock.
With the monkey off the back, Valskis doubled his tally in under ten minutes. Greg Stewart's curling freekick was met by the Lithuanian, who rose the highest inside the box and nodded home. Jordan Murray barely was on the pitch when he added the third for the Red Miners, with his first touch in the game.
Stewart proved to be a menace with his quality humbling the FC Goa midfield. While Ferrando kept on refreshing the legs on the pitch, there was no real attempt at finding a breakthrough as the Gaurs reeled off early season blues. While they did score a solitary goal, the match was nothing but a complete dominance by Jamshedpur over FC Goa. FC Goa would look towards the match against NorthEast to put an end to their defeats while Jamshedpur FC face Hyderabad FC next.
Match-4: MUMBAI CITY FC - ( 3-0 ) - FC GOA (90+4' FT)
MFC : Igor Angulo 33' (Pen), 36', Ygor Catatau 75'
HERO OF THE MATCH : Igor Angulo (MUMBAI CITY)
CLUB AWARD : MUMBAI CITY
FCG : Dheeraj Moirangthem, Sanson Pereira, Alberto Noguera, Leander D'Cunha (Seriton Fernandes), Airan Cabrera (Jorge Ortiz), Alexander Jesuraj (Devendra Murgaonkar), Saviour Gama (Nongdamba Naorem), Edu Bedia, Ivan Gonzalez, Glan Martins (Princeton Rebello), Lalhmangaihsanga.
MCFC : Mohammad Nawaz, Rahul Bheke, Amey Ranawade (Mehtab Singh), Cassio Gabriel (Ygor Catatau), Ahmed Jahouh, Raynier Fernandes (Vikram Singh), Igor Angulo, Vignesh Dakshinamurthy, Mourtada Fall, Bipin Singh, Lalengmawia (Rowllin Borges).
REFEREE : A. ROWAN
ISL PRESS RELEASE : Igor Angulo continued from where he left last season, a dominating outing though against his former side as defending champions Mumbai City FC beat FC Goa by a convincing 3-0 margin, here in a 2021-22 Hero Indian Super League (ISL) match at the Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Fatorda on Monday.
Angulo (33' P, 36') scored twice under three minutes in the first half before Brazilian Ygor Catatau (76') celebrated his ISL debut within minutes of stepping onto the pitch, closing the match for the City Football Group-owned club in their season opener.
Des Buckingham on his first match as Head Coach on Indian soil showed off Mumbai City's summer signings in the starting XI. Apuia, Mohammad Nawaz, Rahul Bheke, and Cassio Gabriel all started alongside Angulo. FC Goa's replacement for Angulo, Airam Cabrera led the line for the Gaurs. Brandon Fernandes remained unavailable for selection due to injury.
There was drama early on with Leander D'Cunha let off for what looked like a possible foul inside the box for tripping down Vignesh Dakshinamurthy. The Mumbai City wing-back had to be subbed off in pain.
The game opened up after the half-hour cooling break. Gabriel received a cross with Ivan Gonzalez looking to clear. He brought himself between the ball and the FC Goa player and Ivan's mistimed tackle led to a penalty kick. Angulo converted the spot-kick with glee, beating old teammate Dheeraj Singh, who otherwise had a decent night.
Minutes later, it was time for Raynier Fernandes to turn provider. A sharp turn in midfield led to the ball played through for Angulo. The Spaniard took a deft touch, rushed past the defenders, and shot fiercely as the ball went into the net past Dheeraj's right.
Mumbai City could have had a third before the break only for Raynier's shot to be stopped by the crossbar. Big-money signing Apuia controlled the midfield with ease. Juan Ferrando turned to his bench as he got in Nongdamba Naorem in the second half. Captain Edu Bedia almost halved the deficit with a half volley that flew over the bar.
Cassio Gabriel was the star of the second half with his industrious invasions inside FC Goa's box. Ygor Catatau then came off the bench to nod in a free-kick sent in by Ahmed Jahouh, sealing the deal. Mumbai City seem to be ready for a march in their title defense while FC Goa would like to quickly get over the defeat as they entertain Jamshedpur FC next on Friday.