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INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE -2019-20 (ODISHA FC MATCHES)
08.11.2019: KERALA BLASTERS 0-0 ODISHA FC (FT)

Hero of the Match : Sergio Cidoncha - KERALA
Club Award : Kerala Blasters FC & Odisha FC
Limitless Player of the Match : Sahal Abdul Samad - KERALA
Winning Pass of the Match : Bartholomew Ogbeche - KERALA
Emerging Player : Rahul KP - - KERALA

08.11.2019: KERALA BLASTERS <b><font color=red> 0-0 </b></font> ODISHA FC

KRB : Rehenesh, Rakip, Rodrigues, Gaikwad, Mouhamadou, Prasanth, Carneiro, Rahul, Samad, Cidoncha, Bouli.
OFC : Dorronsoro, Diagne, Tebar, Santana, Xisco, Shubham, Vini, Jerry, Narayan, Nandhakumar, Rana.
REFEREE : C.R.SRIKRISHNA.
ISL PRESS RELEASE : Kerala Blasters FC remained without a win for the third consecutive match following a goalless draw against Odisha FC at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium here on Friday. The Hero Indian Super League contest was marred by injuries to key players from both teams as Jairo Rodriguez, Raphael Messi Bouli and Aridane Santana had to be substituted in the first half. The changes affected the pace of the game that ultimately ended without a winner.

Blasters and Odisha now have four points each from as many games and occupy the fifth and sixth position on the league table. Kerala, who were already hampered by injuries this season, suffered a major blow in the fourth minute when captain Jairo Rodriguez went down injured. He was replaced by Abdul Hakku. However, the home side continued to press high up the field to try and take the game to their opponents, but Odisha were well organized at the back.

08.11.2019: KERALA BLASTERS <b><font color=red> 0-0 </b></font> ODISHA FC

A cautious period of play early on came to a halt when a head-on collision inside the box following a corner-kick left Aridane Santana and Messi Bouli requiring medical attention. Following a long pause, the game resumed with Mohammed Rafi and Carlos Delgado replacing the injured players. With both teams struggling to create clear-cut chances, Sahal Abdul Samad took matters into his own hands as he embarked on a stellar solo run after picking up the ball from the right flank. The midfielder outfoxed three defenders before Narayan Das brought him down inside the box, but the referee rejected vociferous appeals for a penalty.

Blasters were the better side in the first half, although by fine margins. Mohammed Rafi's drilled cross into the box from the right was met by Rahul KP whose audacious volley failed to test goalkeeper Francisco Dorronsoro. The teams struggled to raise the tempo and keep hold of the ball after the break as well. Odisha threatened when Jerry Mawihmingthanga's cross put TP Rehenesh in a spot of bother. The goalkeeper spilled the ball inside the box but Nandhakumar Sekar hit the rebound into the side-netting.

Prasanth Karuthadathkuni had the crowd up on their feet when he cut in from the right flank and pulled the trigger, only to send the speculative effort over the bar. There were a couple more chances at either end as the game wound down, but a goal remained elusive.

With four minutes left, a Prasanth cross from the left was flicked towards the far post by second-half substitute Bartholomew Ogbeche for Rahul whose firm shot was kept out by Dorronsoro. Daniel Lalhlimpuia, at the other end, spurned a chance as well as both teams settled for a point.

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31.10.2019: MUMBAI CITY FC 2-4 ODISHA FC (FT)
OFC : XISCO H. 6', ARIDANE AA 21', 78', Jerry 41'
MCFC : LARBI 51'(Pen), BIPIN 90'

Hero of the Match : Jerry Mawhmingthanga : ODISHA FC
Club Award : Odisha FC
Limitless Player of the Match : Aridane Santana - ODISHA FC
Winning pass of the match : Shubham Sarangi - ODISHA FC
Emerging player : Nandhakumar Sekar - ODISHA FC
31.10.2019: MUMBAI CITY FC <b><font color=red> 2-4 </b></font> ODISHA FC (FT)
MCFC :Amrinder Singh, Pratik Chaudhari, Subhasish Bose, Sarthak Golui, Mohammed Rafique, Raynier Fernandes, Paulo Machado, Diego Carlos, Mohamed Larbi, Serge Kevyn, Amine Chermiti.

OFC : Francisco Dorronsoro, Shubham Sarangi, Narayan Das, Rana Gharami, Nandhakumar Sekar, Jerry Mawhmingthanga, Xisco Hernandez, Marcos Tebar, Vinit Rai, Diawandou Diagne, Aridane Santana.

REFEREE : A Rowan
31.10.2019: MUMBAI CITY FC <b><font color=red> 2-4 </b></font> ODISHA FC (FT)
ISL PRESS RELEASE : Odisha FC bounced back from two consecutive defeats in style as they hammered Mumbai City FC 4-2 to pick up their first win of the Hero Indian Super League 2019-20 at the Mumbai Football Arena here on Thursday. The visitors impressed with their aggressive approach in the first half and were three goals up at the end of it. Xisco Hernandez (6') opened the scoring before goals from Aridane Santana (21', 73') and Jerry Mawihmingthanga (41') sealed the win. Mohamed Larbi's (51') penalty and a late fortuitous hit from Bipin Singh (90+4’) turned out to be nothing more than a consolation for Mumbai who looked lacklustre.

Odisha got off to a terrific start by scoring six minutes into the match. Santana played the ball towards Xisco who dribbled into the box, dropped his shoulder to beat Pratik Chaudhari and curled a simple finish into the net.Josep Gombau's men were then denied by the crossbar as they chased a second goal. Santana's deflected effort from the edge of the box ricocheted wide off the woodwork.

But the visitors soon doubled their lead midway through the half. Shubham Sarangi released Jerry down the right flank whose low cross to the edge of the box was turned in by Santana with an excellent first-time effort.Mumbai weren't without chances at the other end but lacked composure inside the box. Amine Chermiti failed to hit the target from a Serge Kevyn cross and Diego Carlos' cross for Kevyn went wide.

The hosts' defence was punished with another blow just before the break. Nandhakumar Sekar cut in from the left and sent a curling effort at the goal which hit the bar. The rebound fell to Jerry who took a touch and dispatched it into the net to stun the home crowd.Mumbai's pursuit for a way back into the game was helped when Kevyn chased a lob into the box and collided with an onrushing Francisco Dorronsoro, forcing the referee to point to the spot. Mohamed Larbi calmly slotted home from 12 yards to open a window of hope for his team.

The game slowed down considerably after the hour-mark and Mumbai struggled to sustain the intensity with which they started the second half. Odisha waited for their moment and soon added the fourth goal.After a neat exchange of passes outside the box, Jerry swung a delightful cross into the box from the right which was headed home by Santana who completed a brace and doused the home crowd's hopes of a comeback.Just as the game wound down in injury time, Bipin’s hopeful drilled effort from the left flank crept past Dorronsoro at his near post.

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26.10.2019: NORTH EAST UNITED 2-1 ODISHA FC (FT)
NEUFC : REEDEM TLANG (2'), ASMOAH GYAN (86')
OFC : XISCO HERNANDEZ (71')

RED CARD: JAVIER DELGADO - 72'(OFC)
Hero of the Match - Asamoah Gyan - NORTH EAST
Club Award - NorthEast United FC
Limitless Player of the Match - Xisco - ODISHA FC
Winning pass of the match - Rakesh Pradhan - NORTH EAST
Emerging player - Redeem Tlang - NORTH EAST
26.10.2019:  NORTH EAST UNITED <b><font color=red> 2-1 </b></font> ODISHA FC
NEU : Subhasish, Reagan, Heerings, Wayne, Rakesh, Tlang, Milan, Leudo, Triadis, Chaves, Asamoah.
OFC : Arshdeep, Shubham, Rana, Delgado, Narayan, Tebar, Vinit, Jerry, Xisco, Guede, Santana.
REFEREE : RANJIT BAKSHI

ISL MEDIA RELEASE : Star striker Asamoah Gyan handed NorthEast United FC their first win of the Hero Indian Super League season after netting the winner in a 2-1 result over Odisha FC at the Indira Gandhi Athletic stadium here on Saturday. The home team drew first blood when Redeem Tlang scored the quickest goal of the season (2’). Odisha equalised through Xisco Hernandez (71’) before defender Carlos Delgado was sent off. The Highlanders made their advantage count through Gyan who popped up with a header six minutes from time. The win takes NorthEast to the top of the table while Odisha slumped to their second loss in as many matches.

The hosts enjoyed the best possible start to the game when they roared into the lead with just two minutes on the clock. Martin Chaves started the move with a run down the left flank before finding Panagiotis Triadis down the middle. The Greek midfielder found Tlang in space down the right and the youngster tucked a finish past Arshdeep Singh to send the home crowd into raptures. NorthEast looked assured in possession following the opener and caused a few problems for the Odisha defence. The visitors themselves had some joy going forward but poor final balls let them down.
26.10.2019:  NORTH EAST UNITED <b><font color=red> 2-1 </b></font> ODISHA FC
NorthEast went close to a second goal in the 22nd minute when Triadis managed to keep a corner alive down the left and whipped a cross in for Wayne Vaz, whose header flew inches wide of the target. Odisha started to grow into the game around the half an hour mark and almost got a goal of their own. Xisco Hernandez whipped a freekick into the box and it was met by Delgado, but he saw his header acrobatically pushed on to the bar by custodian Subhasish Roy Chowdhury.

Odisha head coach Josep Gombau opted to make a double change at half-time, bringing in Senegalese midfielder Diawandou Diagne and winger Nandhakumar Sekar. And the substitutes almost immediately did the job for Gombau. Diagne, after a good run down the right, flashed a dangerous cross across the face of goal in the 51st minute. Nandha went close for Odisha soon after as they turned up the heat on NorthEast. The winger latched on to a fantastic chipped pass from Xisco to get into the box, sidestepped a defender and pulled the trigger, only to see his effort cleared off the line by an alert Kai Heerings.

The pressure finally told for Odisha in the 71st minute. Diagne’s brilliant cross from the right was flicked in smartly by Xisco with the outside of his left boot. However, drama ensued two minutes later as Delgado was sent off for bringing down NorthEast substitute Maximilian Barreira. With numerical advantage on their side, NorthEast piled on the pressure. They created a flurry of chances before finally getting the winner six minutes from time. Lalthathanga Khawlhring’s corner was headed in by star striker Gyan to hand his side their first win of the season.

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22.10.2019: JAMSHEDPUR FC 2-1 ODISHA FC (FT)
JFC: RANA GHORAMI (OG-16'), SERGIO CASTEL (85')
OFC: ARIDANE SANTANA (39')

Hero of the Match : Farukh Choudhary - (JAMSHEDPUR)
Club Award - (JAMSHEDPUR)
Limitless Player of the Match - Sergio Castel (JAMSHEDPUR)
ISL Emerging player - Jerry Mawhmingthanga (ODISHA)

22.10.2019: JAMSHEDPUR FC <b><font color=red> 2-1 </b></font> ODISHA FC (FT)

JFC: Subrata, Keegan, Joyner, Tiri, Bikash, Acosta, Monroy, Piti, Castel, Aniket, Farukh.
OFC: Dorronsoro, Shubham, Rana, Delgado, Narayan, Tebar, Vinit, Jerry, Hernandez, Nandhakumar, Santana.
REFEREE: A ROWAN.

90+4': FULL TIME SCORE: JAMSHEDPUR FC 2-1 ODISHA FC
90': 4 minutes added time.
87': Jamshedpur FC are leading even with 10 men.
85': GOAL . Jamshedpur FC are leading (2-1). Castel scored the important goal of a pass from Piti.
77': What a miss by Farook.......he was in a clear position inside the 18 yards with only Dorronsoro to beat, but he passes it to Castel unnecessarily.
76': Jerry's left footed shot from the left saved brillantly by Subrata.
72': A good effort by Castel....his flick just went wide of a pass from Farook from the left.

22.10.2019: JAMSHEDPUR FC <b><font color=red> 2-1 </b></font> ODISHA FC (FT)

67': Chance for Odisha. .Bikramjit hit straight to Subrata of a pass from Martin.
66': REPLACEMENT ODISHA Martin in, Hernandez out.
64': Farook's forward pass cleared by Subham out of the danger zone, Castel was following the ball.
60': Sumeet's placement went wide, Dorronsoro was not in his position.
60': REPLACEMENT JAMSHEDPUR Aniket out, Sumeet in .
59': YELLOW CARD to Keegan Perira for rough play.
58': REPLACEMENT ODISHA Bikramjit in, Vineet out.
55': Score are 1-1, The match proves to be competitive as both the team are playing positively.
50': YELLOW CARD to Aniket Yadav
46': REPLACEMENT JAMSHEDPUR Acosta out, Emerson Gomes in
46': Second session starts.
45+2': HALF TIME SCORE: JAMSHEDPUR FC 1-1 ODISHA FC
45': 2 minutes added time.
39': GOAL.. Odisha scored. A cross pass from Jerry from the right and Santan's powerful shot beat Subrata.
35': Hernandez's free kick claered by Jamshedpur defense.
34': RED CARD to Bikash Jairu, He pulled down Jerry from behind. Jerry was about to crack at the open goal at that time. Free kick for Odisha.
33': Piti's shot hit the human wall.
32': A bad tackle by Narayan to Piti, free kick to Jamshedpur.
27': YELLOW CARD to Aitor Monroy of Jamshedpur for rough play.
23': Both the team are playing open goal as the home team are in control of the situation.
16': GOAL... Jamshedpur scored. A same side goal by Rana Gharami. A cross pass from Farruk from the right but Rana failed to clear the cross and the ball went inside his own goal beating Dorronsoro finally.
13': It's really a bad luck for Jerry. His push hit the post as Bikash, Keeran had no answer to give.
10': Chance for Odisha.....Santana's header of a cross pass from Jerry just missed the target.
7': Piti's curling free kick punched away by Dorronsoro.
6': Aniket fouled by Narayan deep inside the Odisha half, free kick for Jamshedpur.
5': Match is at the initial stage, Jamshedpur had the initial moves.
0':Match started at Jamshedpur.




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