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MATCH-111 : 04.03.2022 : JAMSHEDPUR FC 5-1 ODISHA FC (FT.)
JFC : Chima Chuwku 23', 26', Ritwik Das 53', Jordon Murray 71', Ishan Pandita 87
OFC : Paul Ramfangzauva 45'
HERO OF THE MATCH : Daniel Chukwu.( JFC)

JFC : TP Rehenesh, Laldinliana Renthlei, Eli Sabia (C), PC Laldinpuia, Ricky Lallawmawma, Pronay Halder, Alexandre Lima, Ritwik Das, Seiminlen Doungel, Greg Stewart, Daniel Chukwu.

OFC : Kamaljit Singh, Sebastian Thangmuansang, Hector Ramirez, Victor Mongil, Sahil Panwar, Paul Ramfangzauva, Thoiba Singh, Nikhil Raj, Jerry Mawihmingthanga (C), Aridai Suarez, Jonathas Cristian.

REFEREE: : Pratik Mondal

MATCH-111 : 04.03.2022 : JAMSHEDPUR FC <b><font color=red> 5-1 </b></font> ODISHA FC :

Jamshedpur FC took a major step towards securing the Hero Indian Super League (ISL) Winner’s Shield after a dominant 5-1 victory over Odisha FC at the Athletic Stadium in Bambolim. Daniel Chima Chukwu (23’, 26’) scored a first-half brace to take his season’s tally to nine goals before Paul Ramfangzauva (45+1’) pulled one back for the Kalinga Warriors. However, goals from Ritwik Das (54’), Jordan Murray (71’) and Ishan Pandita (87’) ensured a sixth consecutive win for Owen Coyle’s men.

With one match remaining between them and ATK Mohun Bagan, the Men of Steel have to avoid defeat to become winners of the league stage.

Odisha FC was dealt a major blow early in the game after losing Aridai Cabrera to injury. On the other end, Greg Stewart yet again played a major role in the first goal of the match as his free-kick hit the crossbar and fell to Daniel Chima Chukwu. The striker made no mistake in scoring with the rebound.

Odisha FC managed to make things worse for itself shortly after when Paul Ramfangzauva made a grim error in his own final third. Stealing the ball away from the midfielder, Chukwu added a second for his team. The Kalinga Warriors, with their backs against the wall, showed grit before the half ended. They managed to halve JFC’s lead thanks to the strike from Paul, who made amends for his earlier error.

MATCH-111 : 04.03.2022 : JAMSHEDPUR FC <b><font color=red> 5-1 </b></font> ODISHA FC :

The second half saw more zeal from Odisha FC as they tried to find the equaliser. However, it was the Men of Steel who found the back of the net through Ritwik Das. The winger combined brilliantly with Stewart, latched on a through ball, and rifled his shot into the bottom right corner.

The evening became harder for OFC with Jordan Murray getting on the scoresheet after coming on from the bench. To make matters worse for Kino Garcia and co, Jonathas was shown a second yellow card for unsportsmanlike behaviour, which saw him leave the field, reducing the team to 10-men. A late strike from Ishan Pandita saw JFC score their fifth goal and secure the win with style and dominance.

The next outing for Jamshedpur FC will see them involved in a highly anticipated top of the table clash with ATK Mohun Bagan in the last league match of the season at the PJN Stadium on Monday. On the other hand, Odisha FC’s season is over.

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MATCH-102 : 24.02.2022 : ODISHA FC 1-1 ATK MOHUN BAGAN (FT)
OFC : Redeem Tlang 5'
ATKMB : Joni Kauko 8'(Pen)
RED CARD: Roy Krishna (90': ATKMB)
Hero of the Match: Sebastian Thangmuansang (OFC)
Club Award: Odisha FC and ATK Mohun Bagan

MATCH-102 : 24.02.2022 : ODISHA FC <b><font color=red> 1-1 </b></font> ATK MOHUN BAGAN :

OFC : Kamaljit Singh (GK), Victor Mongil (C), Hector Ramirez, Sebastian Thangmuansang (Nikhil Prabhu-90'), Sahil Panwar, Javier Hernandez (Daniel Lalhlimpuia-40'), Thoiba Singh, Isaac Chhakchhuak (Liridon Krasniqi 82'), Aridai Suarez, Jerry Mawihmingthanga, Redeem Tlang (Nandhakumar Sekar-82').

ATKMB : Amrinder Singh (GK), Tiri, Sandesh Jhingan (Ashutosh Mehta 46'), Subhasish Bose, Pritam Kotal (C) (Soosairaj 88'), Joni Kauko, Carl McHugh (Roy Krishna 54'), Lenny Rodrigues (Deepak Tangri 68'), Hugo Boumous, Manvir Singh, Liston Colaco (Kiyan Nasiri 68').

REFEREE: : Aditya Purkayastha

MATCH-102 : 24.02.2022 : ODISHA FC <b><font color=red> 1-1 </b></font> ATK MOHUN BAGAN :

Ten-man ATK Mohun Bagan squandered a chance to close the gap at the top, as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Odisha FC in the Hero Indian Super League at the Tilak Maidan Stadium here on Thursday.

It was an unhappy throwback Thursday of sorts for the Mariners who were held to a 0-0 stalemate by Odisha in the first leg as well. Redeem Tlang (5th) opened the scoring for Odisha, who are already out of contention for a semifinal spot, but Joni Kauko (8th P) made it 1-1 from the spot. The second half saw no goals from either side with Liridon Krasniqi finding the woodwork and Roy Krishna given the marching orders picking up two yellow cards.

The result means ATKMB remained in third place with 31 points, level with second-placed Jamshedpur FC who take on NorthEast United FC on Friday, from 17 matches. Odisha too remained in seventh spot with 23 points from 18 games. A win for the green and maroons would have taken them to second spot, and cut the gap with league leaders Hyderabad FC to two points with a game in hand.

The contest was off to a frantic start, Odisha taking the lead inside the first five minutes. Jerry Mawihmingthanga bombed down the right flank to send in a low cross for Tlang who got the better of Pritam Kotal to score.

Odisha's joy was short-lived as ATK Mohun Bagan equalised after Sahil Panwar clipped Hugo Boumous inside the area for the referee to point towards the spot. Joni Kauko slammed home from the spot. Odisha could have gone 2-1 up, but Javi Hernandez saw his meek penalty saved by Amrinder after Aridai Suarez was tripped inside the box by Tiri.

MATCH-102 : 24.02.2022 : ODISHA FC <b><font color=red> 1-1 </b></font> ATK MOHUN BAGAN :

Javi tried to atone for his mistake with a defence-splitting long ball to find Aridai but Amrinder came out of his line in time and made himself big for the Spaniard to not shoot and pass to Tlang instead, who could not do much. Javi had to come off with a slight knock and was replaced by Daniel Lalhlimpuia as the game neared the halfway mark.

Early on in the second period, ATKMB head coach Juan Ferrando replaced Carl McHugh with fit-again Roy Krishna looking to break the deadlock. Both teams struggled to carve out clear-cut chances as the clock ticked on.In the final ten minutes, substitute Krasniqi saw his effort come off the crossbar from a Aridai pull-back while Krishna was shown a red after picking up his second yellow card in stoppage time.

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MATCH-99 : 21.02.2022 : BENGALURU FC 2-1 ODISHA FC (FT)
OFC: Nandhakumar Sekar 8'
BFC : Danish Farooq 31', Cleiton Silva (49' Pen)
HERO OF THE MATCH : Danish Farooq ( BFC0

MATCH-99 : 21.02.2022 : BENGALURU FC <b><font color=red> 2-1 </b></font> ODISHA FC :

OFC : Kamaljit Singh, Victor Mongil (C), Hector Ramirez, Sahil Panwar, Lalruatthara, Javier Hernandez, Thoiba Singh, Isaac Chhakchhuak, Jonathas Cristian, Nandhakumar Sekar, Jerry Mawihmingthanga.

BFC : Lara Sharma, Pratik Chaudhari, Alan Costa, Namgyal Bhutia, Roshan Naorem, Bruno Silva, Danish Farooq, Ajay Chhetri, Prince Ibara, Udanta Singh, Cleiton Silva (C).

REFEREE: : Senthil Nathan S

Bengaluru FC had to come from behind to defeat Odisha FC by a 2-1 scoreline in the 2021-22 Hero Indian Super League (ISL) at the Athletic Stadium in Bambolim. The result keeps the Blues in the hunt for a semi-finals spot as they rise to fifth with 26 points, one behind fourth-placed Kerala Blasters FC. On the other hand, a third winless outing causes OFC’s semi-final ambitions to suffer a huge blow.

Nandhakumar Sekar (8’) pounced on a loose ball to score early in the game but Danish Farooq’s (31’) header levelled the score. Cleiton Silva (49’) scored from the penalty spot in the second half, which eventually separated the two teams.

MATCH-99 : 21.02.2022 : BENGALURU FC <b><font color=red> 2-1 </b></font> ODISHA FC :

Both teams began on a strong note, creating decent scoring opportunities. Bruno Ramires came close to scoring inside five minutes but his long-ranger swerved narrowly past the target. However, it was Odisha FC that took the lead after Jonathas found space behind the BFC backline but saw his shot saved by Lara Sharma. Unfortunately for the Blues, the rebound fell to Nandhakumar Sekar who sent his team into an early lead.

The equaliser arrived soon as Danish Farooq scored with a header from Roshan Naorem’s corner at the half-hour mark. Kamaljit Singh misjudged the flight of the ball that gave the midfielder a free-header on the far post, leading to the goal. The first half had an eventful end with Nandhakumar coming up one-on-one with the goalkeeper. But, the winger managed to hit the side netting after dodging the advancing Sharma, failing to score a second.

The second half started on a poor note for the Kalinga Warriors, as they gave away a penalty inside the first few minutes of the restart after Udanta Singh was tripped inside the box. Cleiton Silva took the spot-kick and expertly sent the goalkeeper in the wrong direction to hand the lead to BFC.

MATCH-99 : 21.02.2022 : BENGALURU FC <b><font color=red> 2-1 </b></font> ODISHA FC :

Odisha’s quest for a second saw them make a few attacking substitutions, one of them being Aridai Cabrera. The forward fed Isaac Vanmalsawma whose shot was parried onto the right goalpost by Sharma in goal. Bengaluru FC defended resiliently in the final stages of the match. Despite getting an extra five minutes of added time, OFC was unable to find the crucial second goal and conceded the defeat.

Odisha FC’s next outing will be against top-four contenders ATK Mohun Bagan at the Tilak Maidan Stadium on Thursday whereas Bengaluru FC also play the Mariners next at the PJN Stadium on Sunday.

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MATCH-93 : 16.02.2022 : ODISHA FC 2-2 CHENNAIYIN FC (FT.)
CFC : Rahim Ali 2', Nerijus Valskis 69'
OFC : Javier Hernandez 18', Jonathas 51'

OFC : Debjit Majumder, Slavko Damjanovic, Deepak Devrani, Narayan Das, Ninthoinganba Meetel, Anirudh Thapa (C), Ariel Borysiuk, Vladimir Koman, Rahim Ali, Nerijus Valskis.

CFC : Arshdeep Singh, Hector Ramirez (C), Gaurav Bora, Hendry Antonay, Sahil Panwar, Isaac Chhakchhuak, Thoiba Singh, Javier Hernandez, Jonathas Cristian, Aridai Suarez, Redeem Tlang.

REFEREE: : Pratik Mondal

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MATCH-90 : 13.02.2022 : MUMBAI CITY FC 4-1 ODISHA FC (FT)
MCFC : Igor Angulo 41', 70', Bipin Singh 47', 73'
OFC : Jonathas Cristian 90'
HERO OF THE MATCH : Bipin Singh (Mumbai City FC)

MCFC: Mohamad Nawaz (GK), Rahul Bheke, Mourtada Fall (C), Mehtab Singh, Mandar Dessai, Lalengmawia, Ahmed Jahouh. Lallianzuala Chhangte, Cassio Gabriel, Bipin Singh, Igor Angulo.

OFC: Arshdeep Singh (GK), Lalruatthara, Hector Ramirez, Victor Mongil (C), Sahil Panwar, Thoiba Singh, Isaac Chhakchhuak, Javier Hernandez, Jerry Mawihmingthanga, Nandhakumar Sekar, Jonathas Cristian.

REFEREE: : Senthil Nathan S

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MATCH-84: 07.02.2022 : SC EAST BENGAL 1-2 ODISHA FC (FT.)
OFC : Jonathas Cristian 22', Javier Hernandez 75'
SCEB : Antonio Perosevic 64'
HERO OF THE MATCH : Javier Hernandez ( OFC)

SCEB : Sankar Roy, Hira Mondal, Adil Khan (C)(Lalrinliana Hnamte-83'), Franjo Prce, Huidrom Singh, Wahengbam Luwang (Amarjit Kiyam-63'), Sourav Das (Raju Gaikwad-63'), Darren Sidoel (Fran Sota-63'), Naorem Singh (Mohammad Rafique-77'), Marcelo Ribeiro and Antonio Perosevic.

OFC : Arshdeep Singh, Lalruatthara, Gaurav Bora, Victor Mongil (C), Sahil Panwar (Hendry Antonay-90'), Paul Ramfangzauva (Redeem Tlang-63'), Isaac Chhakchhuak, Javier Hernandez, Jerry Mawihmingthanga, Aridai Suarez (Liridon Krasniqi -63')Jonathas Cristian.


MATCH-84: 07.02.2022 : SC EAST BENGAL   <b><font color=red> 1-2 </b></font> ODISHA FC :

Odisha FC fended off a strong challenge from SC East Bengal to record a 2-1 win in the 2021-22 Hero Indian Super League (ISL) at the Tilak Maidan Stadium. The result keeps the outfit in the hunt for the top-four places by elevating them to sixth place.

Jonathas (23’) gave the Kalinga Warriors an early lead that lasted until Antonio Perosevic (64’) scored the equaliser in the second half. Javier Hernandez (75’) regained the lead for OFC with a precise finish which proved to be the winner in the end.

In the early stages of the match, Odisha FC piled a lot of pressure and was finally rewarded with an early goal from Jonathas. The cross for the goal was provided by Javier Hernandez who made room on the right flank and served the ball on a platter for the striker who tapped in from close range.

Looking for the equaliser, Hira Mondal took an attempt just before halftime but his left-footed strike went wayward. The first half ended with the Kalinga Warriors retaining their one-goal advantage. The restart saw more sluggish gameplay as neither side was able to find inspiration in the final third.

MATCH-84: 07.02.2022 : SC EAST BENGAL   <b><font color=red> 1-2 </b></font> ODISHA FC :

The best chance to score the equaliser fell to Antonio Perosevic two minutes before the hour mark. A long ball from deep saw the forward find room behind the defensive line but his volley had too much elevation. However, the Croatian made no mistake from a similar opportunity a few minutes later and scored the equaliser with a low finish into the bottom right corner.

Nevertheless, Odisha FC regained the lead ten minutes later through Javier Hernandez. The midfielder received a lay-off from Jonathas who turned from scorer to provider. The right-footed shot from the Spaniard took a slight deflection before swerving into the back of the net.

Javi looked to have scored another a few minutes later but Mondal managed to make a goal-line clearance to deny him the goal. The Red & Gold Brigade had four minutes of added time to find the leveller for the second time which eventually did not arrive, allowing OFC to bag the three points.

MATCH-84: 07.02.2022 : SC EAST BENGAL   <b><font color=red> 1-2 </b></font> ODISHA FC :

Odisha FC faces the reigning champions Mumbai City FC in their next at the PJN Stadium on Sunday whereas SC East Bengal plays an in-form Kerala Blasters FC at the Tilak Maidan Stadium on Monday.

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MATCH-78: 01.02.2022 : FC GOA 1-1 ODISHA FC (FT)
OFC : Jonathas Cristian ( Pen-60')
FCG : Romaio Jesuraj ( 90+4')
HERO OF THE MATCH : Victor Mongil ( OFC)

FCG : Naveen Kumar, Anwar Ali, Seriton Fernandes, Ivan Gonzalez, Aiban Dohling, Brandon Fernandes (C), Edu Bedia, Alberto Noguera, Princeton Rebello, Makan Chothe (Alexander Jesuraj-86') Airam Cabrera.

OFC : Arshdeep Singh, Lalhrezuala Sailung, Gaurav Bora, Victor Mongil (C), Sahil Panwar, Thoiba Singh, Isaac Chhakchhuak, Liridon Krasniqi (Jonathas Cristian-46'), Javier Hernandez, Jerry Mawihmingthanga and Aridai Suarez.

REFEREE: Senthil Nathan S

MATCH-78: 01.02.2022 : FC GOA <b><font color=red> 1-1 </b></font> ODISHA FC (FT) :

Odisha FC suffer a huge blow in their quest for semi-finals qualification after a 1-1 draw with FC Goa in the 2021-22 Hero Indian Super League (ISL) at the Athletic Stadium in Bambolim. Goals from Jonathas (61’ P) and a last-minute equaliser from Romario (90+5’) meant that neither team would take away three points.

The result prevents OFC from rising to fifth place in the points table, level on points with Bengaluru FC and Kerala Blasters FC. As for FCG, the winless run extends to five games in the division.

Plenty of end-to-end stuff was observed in the starting few minutes by both teams. The Gaurs had a bigger share of the possession but struggled to translate it into scoring opportunities. Airan Cabrera got space behind OFC defence at the first quarter of the hour but ended up elevating hit shot above the crossbar. On the other end, Liridon Krasniqi missed a great opportunity to score owing to brave goalkeeping from Naveen Kumar.

Arshdeep Singh also had to pull off a strong save from Edu Bedia right after the drinks break. Princeton Rebello thought he had scored at the 40th-minute mark until Thoiba Singh made a goal-saving block inside the box. Both teams lacked inspiration in the attack, leading to no goals at the halftime break.

MATCH-78: 01.02.2022 : FC GOA <b><font color=red> 1-1 </b></font> ODISHA FC (FT) :

Post the restart, Aridai Cabrera demanded a penalty for a potential handball but to no avail. The striker got his shot past the goalkeeper but saw it blocked by the defender, seemingly with the hand. However, right at the hour mark, the Kalinga Warriors were awarded a penalty after Javier Hernandez was tripped by Alberto Noguera inside the box. Jonathas stepped up and sent his spot-kick into the top left corner for the breakthrough goal. A few minutes later, Jerry Mawihmingthanga came close to extending OFC’s lead but his chip hit the crossbar as it had too much elevation.

Derrick Pereira made several changes heading into the last stage of the match, pushing for the equaliser. Four minutes were added for stoppages which saw more pressure from the Gaurs, looking for that elusive equaliser. It finally came through Romario who scored through a header in the final minute of the added time, thus sharing the points between both sides.

In their upcoming fixtures, Odisha FC plays bottom-placed SC East Bengal at the Tilak Maidan Stadium on Monday whereas FC Goa has a nine-day rest period before their clash with Chennaiyin FC at the same venue on Thursday.

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MATCH-73: 27.01.2022 : ODISHA FC 2-3 HYDERABAD FC (FT)
OFC : Jerry 44', Jonathas Cristian 83'
HFC : Joel Chianese 50', Joao Victor 69', Akash Mishra 73'
HERO OF THE MATCH : Akash Mishra ( HFC)

OFCC : Arshdeep Singh, Lalhrezuala Sailung, Victor Mongil (C), Gaurav Bora, Sahil Panwar, Javier Hernandez, Thoiba Singh, Isaac Chhakchhuak, Liridon Krasniqi, Nandhakumar Sekar (Jonathas Cristian-69'), Jerry Mawihmingthanga.

HFC : Laxmikant Kattimani, Juanan, Nim Dorjee, Akash Mishra, Asish Rai, Joao Victor (C), Aniket Jadhav, Sauvik Chakrabarti, Nikhil Poojary, Joel Chianese, Bartholomew Ogbeche.

REFEREE : C.R. Srikrishna

MATCH-73: 27.01.2022 : ODISHA FC  <b><font color=red> 2-3 </b></font> HYDERABAD FC :

Hyderabad FC underlined their credentials as one of the top contenders this season with a brilliant come-from-behind performance to beat Odisha FC 3-2 in the Hero Indian Super League at the Tilak Maidan Stadium on Thursday.

Jerry Mawihmingthanga (45th) gave Odisha the lead at the stroke of halftime but Hyderabad put on a show in the second half with goals from Joel Chianese (51st), Joao Victor (70th) and Akash Mishra (73rd) in the space of 20 minutes.

Jonathas Cristian (84th) reduced the margin but it was too little too late as Odisha succumbed to a defeat and remained in seventh place. Hyderabad consolidated their lead at the top with 23 points from 13 games although Kerala Blasters, sitting second, have two games in hand and are on 20 points.

The game got off to a cagey start as both teams lacked the cutting edge in the final third. Joao Victor's effort from distance went wide for Hyderabad while top-scorer Bartholomew Ogbeche forced Arshdeep Singh into a good save.

Joel Chianese also hit wide from a Nikhil Poojary corner as Hyderabad tried hard to unlock the Odisha defence. Victor Mongil looked in solid touch for Odisha as he did well to block Ogbeche as the match neared the half-hour mark.

MATCH-73: 27.01.2022 : ODISHA FC  <b><font color=red> 2-3 </b></font> HYDERABAD FC :

Odisha were not doing enough to test Laxmikant Kattimani in Hyderabad goal before Jerry scored against the run of play, turning in a Nandhakumar Sekar low cross at the front post past Kattimani.

At halftime, Hyderabad were behind despite creating more chances and being the better team. Post the breather, the Manolo Marquez-coached team started on the front foot and it took them six minutes to draw level as Chianese leapt high to nod in a Akash Mishra cross after the full-back bombed through the left flank to whip in a sumptuous cross.

Odisha tried hard to get back their lead as Jerry struck from distance after spotting the keeper off his line but to no avail. They were in for more misery as Hyderabad rode a brilliant strike from Joao Victor to go 2-1 up. Victor received a pass from Asish Rai, turned and shot first time as the ball arrowed past the keeper and bulged the net.

Three minutes later, Hyderabad threatened to take the game away from Odisha. Yasir Mohammad swung in a lovely ball from a free-kick inside the box where a lurking Mishra applied a deft flick past the keeper and into the back of the net.

Odisha were not ready to throw in the towel just yet when Jonathas fired home a powerful shot past Kattimani after he was fed by Redeem Tlang to throw the game wide open in the dying minutes.

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MATCH-53 :08.01.22/ 23.01.22 : ATK MOHUN BAGAN 0-0 ODISHA FC (FT..)

ATKMB : Amrinder Singh, Tiri, Ashutosh Mehta, Subhasish Bose, Pritam Kotal (C), Carl McHugh, Deepak Tangri (Lenny Rodrigues-70'), David Williams, Manvir Singh, Liston Colaco, Roy Krishna (Prabir Das-60')

OFC : Arshdeep Singh, Lalhrezuala Sailung, Victor Mongil (C), Hector Ramirez (Nikhil Prabhu-46'), Sahil Panwar, Javier Hernandez, Thoiba Singh, Isaac Chhakchhuak (Paul Ramfangzauva-84'), Liridon Krasniqi, Nandhakumar Sekar (Nikhil Raj-72'), Jerry Mawihmingthanga.

REFEREE : Harish Kundu

MATCH-53 :08.01.22/ 23.01.22 : ATK MOHUN BAGAN <b> <font color=red> 0-0  </b></font> ODISHA FC :

Both goalkeepers, Amrinder and Arshdeep Singh emerged unbelievably scot-free as ATK Mohun Bagan and Odisha played anything but a timid 0-0 draw in a 2021-22 Hero Indian Super League (ISL) game at the PJN Stadium in Fatorda, on Sunday.

Maintaining their positions on the league table - 6th and 7th respectively, Odisha now have 17 points while the Mariners have 16, having played two games less. Interestingly, ATK Mohun Bagan face arch-rivals SC East Bengal in the Kolkata derby on January 29.

The 'home' team never looked like they were out of action for a while, being on the front foot from the word go. Roy Krishna showed early intentions with a drive from close but the angle was too acute as Arshdeep Singh saved it without any fuss. Liston Colaco let fly a long ranger soon after as ATKMB bossed the game. Victor Mongil then had to put his body on the line to keep a David Williams piledriver at bay as the ball went out for a corner. It was a stunning block from Mongil as Odisha lived to fight another day.

MATCH-53 :08.01.22/ 23.01.22 : ATK MOHUN BAGAN <b> <font color=red> 0-0  </b></font> ODISHA FC :

Colaco put his laces through the ball from distance but it went just over as the Mariners kept coming at Odisha. Krishna was dealt with again by Mongil as he cut the Fijian's angle. Colaco missed from close just before the half-hour mark and again forced Arshdeep into a brilliant save later. The halftime whistle brought an end to an exhibition of attacks from ATKMB as the Odisha defence breathed a collective sigh of relief.

Hector Rodas never emerged back from the tunnel as Nikhil Prabhu replaced him for the second half. Ashutosh Mehta had almost turned villain after giving away a cheap freekick right away after the change of ends. Isaac Vanmalsawma's attempt was parried off by an alert Amrinder Singh.

MATCH-53 :08.01.22/ 23.01.22 : ATK MOHUN BAGAN <b> <font color=red> 0-0  </b></font> ODISHA FC :

Jerry Mawihmingthanga picked Odisha up, who looked the better side. His combination with Javi Hernandez kept Bagan on their toes but they were profligate. Prabir Das was brought in for Roy Krishna at the hour mark. Javi Hernandez carved out a couple of chances against his former side on either side of the cooling break. First, he hit the side netting which followed a sketchy clearance from a corner. Then, he did find the back of the net, but it was ruled offside.

Odisha tested Bagan's resolve in the dying embers of the game with a barrage of attempts but Amrinder Singh stood his ground, maintaining a clean sheet before the all-important derby next weekend.

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NEUFC: Mirshad Michu, Gurjinder Kumar, Provat Lakra, Patrick Flottmann, Mashoor Shereef, Mohamed Irshad, Hernan Santana (C), Imran Khan, Sehnaj Singh, Lalkhawpuimawia, Suhair Vadakkepeedika.

OFC: Arshdeep Singh , Lalhrezuala Sailung, Hector Ramirez, Victor Mongil (C), Sahil Panwar, Isaac Chhakchhuak, Javier Hernandez, Thoiba Singh, Daniel Lalhlimpuia, Jerry Mawihmingthanga, Aridai Suarez.


 MATCH-64 : 18.01.22 : NORTH EAST UNITED FC <b> <font color=red> 0-2  </b></font> ODISHA FC :

Odisha FC rose to fifth place with a 2-0 victory over NorthEast United in the latest 2021-22 Hero Indian Super League encounter at the PJN Stadium in Fatorda. The win takes OFC from ninth to fifth with only one point separating them from the fourth-placed Mumbai City FC. As for Khalid Jamil and Co, the winless streak extends to five games as they sit in 10th place in the standings.

Daniel Lalhlimpuia (17’) gave the Kalinga Warriors an early lead with his first goal of the season. Aridai Suarez (22’) extended the advantage five minutes later, being involved in both goals.

Early exchanges saw both sides create half-chances to score. Suhair Vadakkepeedika provided Lalkhawpuimawia with a decent chance but the forward completely miscued his shot from 12-yards out, to the anger of Khalid Jamil on the sideline. NEUFC was punished moments later after the opening goal was scored by Daniel Lalhlimpuia with a simple tap-in. He was served the ball on a platter by Aridai Suarez who weaved past Provat Lakra on the left flank and found the striker with a precise low cross.

 MATCH-64 : 18.01.22 : NORTH EAST UNITED FC <b> <font color=red> 0-2  </b></font> ODISHA FC :

The provider then became the scorer after adding his team’s second goal on the board. Aridai found space on the left flank, cut inside on his right foot and hit a low shot that escaped Mirshad Michu’s grip much to his dismay. OFC kept their noses ahead as both teams went into the halftime break.

The second half saw the Highlanders push for a goal with Hernan Santana blasting his volley against the crossbar from long-range. Post the hour mark, Nandhakumar Sekar who came on from the bench had a great chance to score the third but had his shot saved in a one-on-one situation.

Laldanmawia Ralte looked to have reduced the deficit in the late stages of the match but his goal was ruled out for offside by the officials. The fourth official added four minutes for stoppages following which OFC secured all three points and also recorded a morale-boosting clean sheet.

NorthEast United FC faces Chennaiyin FC in their next outing at the PJN Stadium on Saturday while Odisha FC must wait nine days before meeting Hyderabad FC at the Tilak Maidan Stadium on Thursday.

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KBFC : Nishu Kumar 28', Harmanjot Khabra 40'
HERO OF THE MATCH : Harmanjot Khabra (KBFC)

MATCH-58 : 12.01.22 : ODISHA FC <b> <font color=red> 0-2 </b></font> KERALA BLASTERS FC :

OFC : Arshdeep Singh, Victor Mongil (C), Hector Ramirez, Javier Hernandez, Nandhakumar Sekar, Jerry Mawihmingthanga, Hendry Antonay, Sahil Panwar, Lalruatthara, Isaac Chhakchhuak, Liridon Krasniqi

KBFC : Prabhsukhan Gill, Enes Sipovic, Ruivah Hormipam, Nishu Kumar, Lalthathanga Khawlhring, Harmanjot Khabra, Sahal Samad, Adrian Luna (C), Jeakson Singh, Jorge Diaz, Alvaro Vazquez.

REFEREE: : Senthil Nathan S

It was a case of yet another night ending with a new leader atop the 2021-22 Hero Indian Super League (ISL) standings. Kerala Blasters FC romped home to a comfortable 2-0 victory over Odisha FC at the Tilak Maidan Stadium in Vasco on Wednesday.

Nishu Kumar (28th) and Harmanjot Khabra (40th) netted first-half goals to keep the Kerala juggernaut rolling. Kerala now have 20 points from 11 games while Odisha, who remain in eighth place, have 13 in their kitty from 10 matches.

MATCH-58 : 12.01.22 : ODISHA FC <b> <font color=red> 0-2 </b></font> KERALA BLASTERS FC :

Kerala looked the far better side from the off, stringing together a series of passes in the sixth minute to show early intent.

Odisha got a chance to take the lead in the 26th minute when against the run of play Javi Hernandez forced Prabhsukhan Gill into a good save from a snapshot. Two minutes later, Kerala nosed ahead. It was a piece of individual brilliance from Nishu Kumar who sent a curling effort into the top right corner from just outside the box after Adrian Luna set him up beautifully.

Kerala doubled their lead five minutes to halftime, Luna involved again as he swung in a delectable corner for Khabra to head in. Odisha tried to up the ante in the second half but Gill was in top form as he pulled off a brilliant save to deny Jonathas Cristian after the hour-mark.

Jonathas got another chance to pull one back when Jerry Mawihmingthanga sent a crisp ball for him in the box but his header fizzed over the bar. Javi also got a free kick from a good position but his effort sailed over.

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MATCH-53 : 08.01.22 : ATK MOHUN BAGAN VS ODISHA FC (7.30 PM)

Hero Indian Super League (ISL) has decided to postpone Match No. 53 between ATK Mohun Bagan and Odisha FC scheduled to be played today, Saturday, January 8, 2022, at PJN Stadium in Fatorda. The League will look to reschedule the fixture to a later date. The decision has been taken in consultation with the League's medical team after an ATK Mohun Bagan player tested positive for Covid-19.

The League will work closely with the medical experts to monitor and ensure the safety of all the players and support staff in the squad and others involved.

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MATCH-48 : 03.01.22 : ODISHA FC 4-2 MUMBAI CITY FC (FT)

MATCH-48 : 03.01.22 : ODISHA FC <b> <font color=red> 4-2 </b></font> MUMBAI CITY FC (FT):

OFC: Kamaljit Singh, Victor Mongil (C), Hector Ramirez, Hendry Antonay, Sahil Panwar, Javier Hernandez, Thoiba Singh, Isaac Chhakchhuak, Aridai Suarez, Nandhakumar Sekar, Jerry Mawihmingthanga.

MCFC: Mohammad Nawaz, Rahul Bheke, Amey Ranawade, Vignesh Dakshinamurthy, Mourtada Fall (C), Cassio Gabriel, Ahmed Jahouh, Raynier Fernandes, Lalengmawia, Igor Angulo, Bipin Singh.


Odisha FC completed a scintillating second-half comeback recording an impressive 4-2 win over Mumbai City FC at the Tilak Maidan Stadium the 2021-22 Hero Indian Super League 2021-22. The result leaves Des Buckingham’s men winless in three games. Victory for Kiko Ramirez’s men means that only three points separate them from the league leaders despite being in seventh place on the table.

MATCH-48 : 03.01.22 : ODISHA FC <b> <font color=red> 4-2 </b></font> MUMBAI CITY FC (FT):

Aridai Cabrera (4’) scored an early goal against the run of play but Ahmed Jahouh (11’) quickly brought the game on level terms with a superb finish. Igor Angulo (38’) then headed his team into the lead before Jerry Mawihmingthanga (70’, 77’) scored a memorable brace to hand the lead back to the Kalinga Warriors. Jonathas (89’) put the result beyond any doubt by scoring the fourth.

The match began at a rapid pace as Odisha FC scored an early goal. Mumbai City FC’s Mourtada Fall gave the ball away with an unforced error in his own half which led to Aridai Cabrera cutting inside from the left flank and unleashing a curling shot towards the far post. Mohammad Nawaz got both hands on the ball and yet could not prevent the ball from rolling inside the net. A few minutes later, Ahmed Jahouh found the back of the net with a sensational curling shot from almost 25-yards out. The midfielder was fed by Cassio Gabriel with a perfectly weighted pass for the equaliser.

Raynier Fernandes had a great opportunity to send his team into the lead at the half-hour mark but the midfielder miscued his header which went wide to his disappointment. However, it was Igor Angulo who finally gave the Islanders the lead with a precise header from a Jahouh free-kick.

The second half also started on a fiery note as OFC began on the front foot. Moments after the hour mark, Sahil Tanwar missed an easy header to score the equaliser from 12-yards away after finding himself unmarked inside the box. Ygor Catatau looked to have scored another goal from the bench but he was adjudged to be in an offside position.

Within seconds on the other end, Jerry Mawihmingthanga scored his first goal of the season and equalised with a diving header at the far post. The winger then proceeded to score OFC’s third and stunned the league leaders with a powerful drive that went straight into the top corner from the right flank. To inflict more misery, Jerry turned provider by delivering a pinpoint cross for Jonathas who calmly placed his shot in the back of the net to score the fourth.

A late headed attempt from Catatau was saved by Kamaljit Singh from point-blank range who showed incredible reflexes to keep the Islanders at bay. The Kalinga Warriors held on to their lead and managed their fourth win of the season.

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MATCH-43 : 28.12.21 : HYDERABAD FC 6-1 ODISHA FC (FT)
HFC: Hector Rodas 9'(og), BERTHOLOMEW OGBECHE(39',60'), EDUARDO GRACIA (54'),JAVIER SIVERIO (72'), JOAO VICTOR (Pen-86')
OFC: JUANAN (og-16')

MATCH-43 : 28.12.21 : HYDERABAD FC <b> <font color=red> 6-1 </b></font> ODISHA FC (FT) :

HFC : Laxmikant Kattimani, Nim Dorjee, Chinglensana Singh, Juanan, Akash Mishra, Hitesh Sharma, Joao Victor (C), Nikhil Poojary, Edu Garcia, Aniket Jadhav, Bartholomew Ogbeche.

OFC : Kamaljit Singh, Lalhrezuala Sailung, Gaurav Bora, Hector Ramirez (C), Sahil Panwar, Liridon Krasniqi, Isaac Chhakchhuak, Thoiba Singh, Javier Hernandez, Nandhakumar Sekar, Jonathas Cristian.


Bartholomew Ogbeche scored a crackling brace on either side of halftime as Hyderabad FC recorded an emphatic 6-1 win over Odisha FC in the Hero Indian Super League at the Athletic Stadium in Bambolim on Tuesday.

MATCH-43 : 28.12.21 : HYDERABAD FC <b> <font color=red> 6-1 </b></font> ODISHA FC (FT) :

Ogbeche scored in the 39th and 60th minute after Hector Rodas turned one in his own net in the 9th minute to hand Hyderabad an early lead. Edu Garcia (54th), Javier Siverio (72nd) and Joao Victor (86 P) got on the scoresheet for Hyderabad in a mind-blowing second-half display. For Odisha, Juanan scored an own goal in the 16th minute to make it 1-1, but after that, it was one-way traffic till the final whistle.

The result means Hyderabad remain second in the points table with 15 points from eight games while Odisha are seventh in the table having 10 points from eight matches. Ogbeche is now the top-scorer with eight goals to his name.

The game got off to an eventful start as Hyderabad FC went ahead in the ninth minute. Edu Garcia swung in a delightful free-kick at the near post with Joao Victor flicking it on as the ball took a deflection off Hector Rodas and went in. Hyderabad's joy was short-lived as Odisha equalised. It was almost a repeat of Hyderabad's opener as Javier Hernandez's free-kick came off a host of bodies inside the box and squirmed in off Juanan's chest.

Soon after the goal, Odisha had a golden opportunity to go ahead but Jonathas Cristian fluffed his lines from close after Nandhakumar Sekar had whipped in a delectable cross which went past a diving Chinglensana Singh. Odisha turned on the heat with a couple of gilt-edged chances before Ogbeche made it 2-1 with a thumping header from a Edu Garcia cross.

MATCH-43 : 28.12.21 : HYDERABAD FC <b> <font color=red> 6-1 </b></font> ODISHA FC (FT) :

At halftime, Hyderabad led 2-1 but in the second half, they swept Odisha off their feat with a scintillating performance. Edu Garcia started the onslaught with a buccaneering run, getting the better of a defender and firing home into the right bottom corner. At the hour mark, Odisha made it 4-1 riding Ogbeche's second goal on the night as the striker took a deft first touch to then slam home a crisp left-footer past the keeper and into the bottom corner.

Ogbeche was replaced by Javier Siverio in the 68th minute and the latter found the back of the net minutes after coming on, tucking in a Juanan ball into the net. Siverio won a penalty five minutes to full time after Gaurav Bora brought him down inside the box. Joao Victor stepped up and slotted it past the keeper from the spot.

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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)

MATCH-40 : 24.12.21 : ODISHA FC <b> <font color=red> 1-1 </b></font> 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.

MATCH-40 : 24.12.21 : ODISHA FC <b> <font color=red> 1-1 </b></font> FC GOA  :

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.

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MATCH-33 : 18.12.21 : CHENNAIYIN FC 2-1 ODISHA FC (FT)
CFC : Germanpreet Singh 22', Mirlan Murzaev 63'
OFC : Xavi Hernandez 90+4'
HERO OF THE MATH : Slavko Damjanovic ( CFC)

OFC : Kamaljit Singh, Lalhrezuala Sailung (Sebastian Thangmuansang), Gaurav Bora, Victor Mongil (C), Lalruatthara (Deven Sawhney), Thoiba Singh (Vinit Rai), Paul Ramfangzauva (Isak Vanlalruatfela), Javier , Hernandez, Isaac Chhakchhuak (Jerry Mawihmingthanga), Aridai Suarez and Jonathas Cristian.

CFC : Vishal Kaith, Slavko Damjanovic, Narayan Das, Jerry Lalrinzuala, Reagan Singh (Ninthoinganba Meetel), Ariel Borysiuk, Vladimir Koman, Anirudh Thapa (C)(Suhail Pasha), Germanpreet Singh (Edwin Vanspaul), Mirlan Murzaev (Lukasz Gikiewicz) Lallianzuala Chhangte (Rahim Ali)


MATCH-33 : 18.12.21 : CHENNAIYIN FC <b> <font color=red> 2-1 </b></font> ODISHA FC  :

Former champions Chennaiyin FC returned to winning ways with a 2-1 win over Odisha FC in the Hero Indian Super League at the Tilak Maidan Stadium here on Saturday.

Germanpreet Singh opened the scoring with his first-ever goal in the Hero ISL. Mirlan Murzaev made it 2-0 in the second half with a brilliant strike from distance as the Božidar Bandović-coached side moved to third in the points table, level on points with second-placed Jamshedpur FC and four off league leaders Mumbai City FC.

Odisha succumbed to their second straight defeat and dropped a rung to fifth place with nine points from six matches. Chennaiyin have 11 points from six games. Javi Hernandez scored a superb goal but it wasn't enough in the end.

Both teams looked to suss eachother out in the opening exchanges and it was a cagey affair before Chennaiyin nosed ahead riding an unlikely source. Germanpreet scored a goal after six years when he smashed home a rebound after Odisha keeper Kamaljit Singh blocked a cross from the right flank which fell to Germanpreet.

MATCH-33 : 18.12.21 : CHENNAIYIN FC <b> <font color=red> 2-1 </b></font> ODISHA FC  :

It was the first goal for the 25-year old since 2015 when he had netted for Dempo against Royal Wahingdoh.Despite being 1-0 down, Odisha continued to give Chennaiyin a tough time but failed to find the back of the net, also adding teeth upfront.

It was end to end stuff from the start of the second period. Lallianzuala Chhangte got a golden opportunity to double Chennaiyin's lead when he was one-on-one with Kamaljit was narrowed the angle and smothered Chhangte's effort.Five minutes later, Aridai Suarez fired a ferocious long-ranger which cannoned off the post and went out for a goalkick. Aridai came close again but his attempt flew over the bar.

At the other end, Chennaiyin doubled their advantage courtesy of a scintillating solo effort from Murzaev. The 31-year old Kyrgyzstan footballer was unmarked and made the most of it with a long-range shot that arrowed past a diving Kamaljit and thudded into the back of the net.

It could have been 3-0 for Chennaiyin after Vladimir Koman was hacked down inside the box, but Lukasz Gikiewicz saw his effort saved by Kamaljit. Javi Hernandez scored a stunner in added time but it was too little too late and Chennaiyin bagged the all-important three points.

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JFC : Peter Hartley 3', Greg Stewart 4', 21', 34'.
HERO OF THE MATCH : Greg Stewart ( JFC)

JFC : TP Rehenesh, Laldinliana Renthlei, Narender Gahlot, Peter Hartley (C), Ricky Lallawmawma, Jitendra Singh, Alexandre Lima, Seiminlen Doungel, Komal Thatal, Greg Stewart, Nerijus Valskis.

OFC : Kamaljit Singh, Hendry Antonay, Hector Ramirez, Victor Mongil, Lalruatthara, Paul Ramfangzauva, Vinit Rai (C), Isaac Chhakchhuak, Jerry Mawihmingthanga, Aridai Suarez, Jonathas Cristian.

REFEREE : C.R. Srikrishna

MATCH 29: 14.12.21 : ODISHA FC  <b> <font color=red> 0-4  </b></font> JAMSHEDPUR FC :

Greg Stewart sharpened his pedigree as one of the best players in the league this season with a spectacular first-half hattrick as Jamshedpur FC rode his heroics to breeze past Odisha FC and climb to second in the points table, in the Hero Indian Super League 2021-22 season at the Tilak Maidan Stadium on Tuesday.

Stewart scored three very different yet stunning goals in the 4th, 21st and 35th minutes to crown Peter Hartley's effort in the 3rd minute as the 'away' side made Odisha look ordinary despite this being their best start to the season.

The result means Jamshedpur leapfrog from fifth to second in the points table with 11 points from six games. Odisha are in fourth position having nine points from five games. Odisha were rocked inside the first four minutes. Peter Hartley got The Men of Steel going with the first goal, turning in a delightful Stewart corner into the right bottom corner, out jumping Vinit Rai after winning the flag-kick himself.

One minute later, Stewart made it 2-0 pouncing on a mistake from the Odisha defence and outfoxing Paul Ramfangzuava to then shimmy his way past another defender and let loose a right-footed effort that cannoned past Kamaljit Singh and into the top right corner.

MATCH 29: 14.12.21 : ODISHA FC  <b> <font color=red> 0-4  </b></font> JAMSHEDPUR FC :

The 31-year old Stewart, who won the Scottish Premiership with Rangers before his move to Jamshedpur, unleashed a stunning free-kick from 30 yards that curled in a left-footer from around the wall to bend in past a diving Kamaljit.

Stewart was in the form of his life, netting his hattrick in the 35th minute after he strode past a few defenders and fired past the keeper at the far post. The only downside in a perfect half for Owen Coyle's men was the injury to Alexandre Lima who beat a charging defender to shoot straight at the keeper but injured himself in the process.

The second half could not match up to the sizzling first period as Odisha players tried to create chances and open their goal account and narrow down the margin.

The Kiko Ramirez-coached side rang in the change bringing the likes of Nikhil Raj and Liridon Krasniqi to change their fortunes but in the end, it proved to be a horror night for them and one that found them wanting in defence and lack of ideas when struck by a Greg Stewart blitzkrieg.

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MATCH - 24: 10.12.21 : ODISHA FC 1-0 NORTH EAST UNITED (FT.)
OFC : Jonathas Cristian 81'
HERO OF THE MATCH : Jonathas Cristian ( ODISHA FC)

OFC : Kamaljit Singh, Victor Mongil, Aridai Suarez, Javier Hernandez (Nikhil Raj), Gaurav Bora, Daniel Lalhlimpuia (Jerry Mawihmingthanga), Vinit Rai (C), Hendry Antonay, Lalruatthara, Isaac Chhakchhuak (Thoiba Singh), Liridon Krasniqi (Jonathas Cristian).

NEUFC : Mirshad Michu, Provat Lakra, Gurjinder Kumar, Khassa Camara, Rochharzela (Imran Khan), Hernan Santana (C), Suhair V.P(Gani Nigam), Mathias Coureur, Deshorn Brown, Sehnaj Singh (Lalkhawpuimawia), Mashoor Shereef.

REFEREE : Senthil Nathan S

MATCH - 24: 10.12.21 : ODISHA FC <b> <font color=red> 1-0 </b></font>  NORTH EAST UNITED  :

Jonathas Cristian scored a second-half goal to help Odisha FC jump to second place in the points table with a 1-0 win over NorthEast United FC in the 2021-22 Hero Indian Super League (ISL) at the Tilak Maidan Stadium in Vasco on Friday.

Odisha now have nine points from four matches, three behind league leaders Mumbai City FC who have 12 points from five games. NorthEast, meanwhile, dropped to ninth with four points from five games. NorthEast United started on the front foot with Deshorn Brown dribbling past two defenders early on and firing wide from an acute angle.

It was all about the Highlanders in the opening exchanges barring an Aridai Suarez curler that skimmed the crossbar and went out. Brown was at it again as he tried to dance past a few Odisha defenders after goalkeeper Mirshad Michu found him with a long ball, only for the home side to avert the danger.

MATCH - 24: 10.12.21 : ODISHA FC <b> <font color=red> 1-0 </b></font>  NORTH EAST UNITED  :

Five minutes to halftime, the brilliant Brown left Odisha defenders in his wake with a buccaneering run into the box but his effort was off target as he took one touch too many.In the second period, Odisha scuffed a golden opportunity to draw first blood when Javier Hernandez headed wide of the target after being fed by a lovely through ball from Aridai.

Frenchman Mathias Coureur then failed to make the most of a free header, nodding wide from close range.The deadlock was finally broken in the 81st minute when two substitutes Thoiba Singh and Jonathas combined for a well-drilled goal.

Thoiba, who came in place of Isaac Chhakchhuak in the 62nd minute, did well to cross for Jonathas whose drop header left a diving Mirshad with no chance. Liridon Krasniqi had made way for Jonathas in the 62nd minute.In the dying exchanges, NorthEast tried hard to draw level but Odisha kept them at bay and ensured they keep their good run going.

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MATCH-19: 05/12/2021 : KERALA BLASTERS FC <b> <font color=red> 2-1 </b></font>  ODISHA FC :

KBFC: Albino Gomes (Prabhsukhan Gill), Enes Sipovic, Jessel Carneiro (C), Marko Leskovic, Lalthathanga Khawlhring, Harmanjot Khabra, Sahal Samad (Prasanth Karuthadathkuni), Adrian Luna (Chencho Gyeltshen), Jeakson Singh, Vincy Barretto (Nishu Kumar), Alvaro Vazquez (Jorge Diaz)

OFC: Kamaljit Singh, Victor Mongil, Hector Ramirez (Liridon Krasniqi), Hendry Antonay, Lalruatthara, Javier Hernandez, Vinit Rai (C), Thoiba Singh (Gaurav Bora), Isak Vanlalruatfela (Isaac Chhakchhuak), Javier Hernandez (Nikhil Raj), Jerry Mawihmingthanga (Daniel Lalhlimpuia), Aridai Suarez.


Kerala Blasters registered their first win of the season as they beat Odisha FC 2-1 in the 2021-22 Hero Indian Super League (ISL) at the Tilak Maidan Stadium in Vasco on Sunday. Alvaro Vazquez (62nd) and substitute Prasanth Karuthadathkuni (85th) scored second-half goals to hand the yellow shirts their first victory in 11 months. For Odisha, Nikhil Raj -- in for Javi Hernandez -- pulled one back in second-half stoppage time.

Attacking Adrian Luna was brilliant throughout the game and was instrumental in both the goals. Courtesy the result, Kerala rise to sixth in the points table with five points from four games. Odisha, meanwhile, remain on third having six points from three outings.

MATCH-19: 05/12/2021 : KERALA BLASTERS FC <b> <font color=red> 2-1 </b></font>  ODISHA FC :

Odisha got their first real chance in the 12th minute when Aridai Cabrera bombed down the left flank and set Javi Hernandez up, but the Spaniard's effort fizzed over the bar. Kerala continued to have the upper hand as Thoiba Singh was booked for a challenge on Luna. Against the run of play, Javi almost scored with a long-range effort after spotting Albino Gomes standing well outside his line.

Moments after the water break, Vincy Barreto was marginally offside after being through on goal. For Odisha, who were kept under the cosh by Kerala, full back Hendry Antonay attempted an audacious long-ranger which dipped at the top right corner but Albino was on hand to parry the ball over the bar.

At halftime, both teams were level but the men in yellow bossed proceedings. The second half started in the same vein with Kerala ruling the roost. Sahal looked in great touch from the off, dancing his way past defenders inside the box only to be thwarted, but the ball fell kindly for Luna whose effort went wide of the bar.

MATCH-19: 05/12/2021 : KERALA BLASTERS FC <b> <font color=red> 2-1 </b></font>  ODISHA FC :

Luna was in the thick of things again just after the hour mark, and this time his through ball found Vazquez who timed his run to perfection. The Spaniard ran 30 yards, rounded the keeper and put the ball in the back of the net.Three minutes after the goal, Kerala replaced Barretto with Nishu Kumar while Odisha threw in Gaurav Bora for Thoiba.

Vazquez could have doubled his and the team's tally in the 67th minute after being set up beautifully by Sahal, but his low effort was blocked by Kamaljit. Daniel Lalhlimpuia replaced Jerry Mawihmingthanga as Odisha looked for an equaliser.

Kerala suffered a setback when Albino went down after taking the goal kick and had to be taken off. India U-23 custodian Prabhsukhan Gill replaced him as Sahal also went off after a stellar show, with Prasanth Karuthadathkuni replacing the national team midfielder.

Midfielder Prasanth's moment to saviour came five minutes to the final whistle when he dinked a perfectly weighed Luna ball past the keeper after a lovely run off the Uruguayan. Raj scored a late goal for Odisha but it did not matter in the end.

Midfielder Prasanth's moment to saviour came five minutes to the final whistle when he dinked a perfectly weighed Luna ball past the keeper after a lovely run off the Uruguayan. Raj scored a late goal for Odisha but it did not matter in the end.

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MATCH-13: 30/11/2021 : ODISHA FC - ( 6-4 ) - SC EAST BENGAL (90+5'/FT )
SCEB : Darren Sidoel 13', Thongkhosiem Haokip 80', Daniel Cheema 89', 90' (Pen)
OFC : Hector Ramirez 33', 39', Javier Hernandez 44', Aridai Suarez 71', 90+2', Isak Vanlalruatfela 81'.
M.O.M : Hector Ramirez ( ODISHA FC)

30/11/2021 : ODISHA FC  - (<b> <font color=red> 6-4  </b></font>) - SC EAST BENGAL :

OFC : Kamaljit Singh, Victor Mongil (Jonathas Cristian), Hector Ramirez, Hendry Antonay, Lalruatthara, Javier Hernandez (Aridai Suarez), Vinit Rai (C), Thoiba Singh (Gaurav Bora), Liridon Krasniqi, Nandhakumar Sekar (Isak Vanlalruatfela), Jerry Mawihmingthanga (Isaac Chhakchhuak).

SCEB : Suvam Sen, Joyner Lourenco (Adil Khan), Hira Mondal, Raju Gaikwad, Franjo Prce (C)(Tomislav Mrcela), Bikash Jairu, Amir Dervisevic (Amarjit Kiyam), Mohammad Rafique, Darren Sidoel (Daniel Chukwu), Naorem Singh, Antonio Perosevic(Thongkhosiem Haokip).


30/11/2021 : ODISHA FC  - (<b> <font color=red> 6-4  </b></font>) - SC EAST BENGAL :

90+2': GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL 6-4 for Odisha FC. Aridai Suarez scored his 2nd goal of the match from a back hiss pass of Jonathas Cristian
90" 5 minutes added time.
GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL : Daniel Cheema scored from Spot kick.
90': Penalty win by SC East Bengal.
89': GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL 5-3. Daniel Cheema scored for SC East Bengal.
81': GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL 5-2. Isak Vanlalruatfela score the 5th goal for Odiisha FC from a pass of Issaq Chhakchhuak.
80': GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL 4-2. Haokip's header from Md. Rafique's long ball beat Odisha Keeper.
79': corner win by SC EAST BENGAL. Bikash Jairu;s corner kick cleared.
71': GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL 4-1 for Odisha FC. Aridai Suarez brilliant free kik beat Subham Sen for 4th time in match.
61': YELLOW CARD - SCEB : Hira Mondol.

30/11/2021 : ODISHA FC  - (<b> <font color=red> 6-4  </b></font>) - SC EAST BENGAL :

44': GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLL : 3-1. What a brilliant score of Javier Hernandez. his corner kick direct went to East Bengal goal. No chance o Subham to stop the out swinger ball.
33': GOALLLLLLLLLLLLL : 2-1. Again Hector Ramirez scored with a bbrilliant header off a right sided pass of Javier Hernandez.
33': GOALLLLLLLLLLLLL : 1-1. Hector Ramirez equalized the scoreline with a bbrilliant long ball header.
23': Left side cross of Nankumar Sekhar but no other Odisha player to get the ball.
21': Long ranger of Mahesh from right side went to Odisha keeper.
13': GOALLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLLL 1-0 for SC EAST BENGAL. Darren Sidoel's right footer beat Odisha keeper from a brilliant throw in of Raju Gaikawad in 18 yards .
11': CORNER WIN BY SC EAST BENGAL. Corner kick cleared for throw in.
4': Well Defending by odisha - Bikash Jairu and Hira Mondal combine attacked from left side but ball s cleared out for a throw-in.

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MATCH-6 : 24/11/2021 : ODISHA FC -( 3-1 ) - BENGALURU FC (90+5 - FT)
OFC : Javier Hernandez 3', 50', Aridai Gabriela 90+4'
BFC ; Allan Costa 20'.
HERO Of THE MATCH : Javier Hernandez ( OFC)

MATCH-6 : 24/11/2021 : ODISHA FC -(<b> <font color=red> 3-1  </b></font>) - BENGALURU FC :

OFC : Kamaljit Singh, Victor Mongil, Hector Ramirez, Lalruatthara, Hendry Antonay (Lalhrezuala Sailung), Vinit Rai (C), Javier Hernandez (Aridai Suarez), Thoiba Singh (Isak Vanlalruatfela), Jerry Mawihmingthanga, Jonathas Cristian (Liridon Krasniqi) Nandhakumar Sekar (Isaac Chhakchhuak).

BFC : Gurpreet Sandhu, Ashique Kuruniyan (Sarthak Golui), Alan Costa, Roshan Naorem, Yrondu Musavu-King (Pratik Chowdhary), Jayesh Rane (Danish Farooq), Bruno Silva (Iman Basafa), Suresh Wangjam, Udanta Singh (Cleiton Silva), Prince Ibara and Sunil Chhetri (C).


MATCH-6 : 24/11/2021 : ODISHA FC -(<b> <font color=red> 3-1  </b></font>) - BENGALURU FC :

It was Javi Hernandez (3', 51') who led the charge for Odisha with a brace. While he rode some luck for his first goal, the second was nothing short of breathtaking from just outside the box. Alan Costa (21') scored one for Bengaluru as Sunil Chhetri failed to convert a penalty kick. Aridai Suarez (90 + 4') sealed the deal for Odisha with a sublime goal adding more sheen to the win.

Bengaluru left Cleiton Silva on the bench while young Roshan Singh was given a run out at right back. Odisha lined up in a 4-3-3 formation with Kiko Ramirez's Spanish influence evident.

It was a horrible start for India goalkeeper Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, who ventured out of his box in an attempt to clear a long punt from his counterpart Kamaljit Singh. A comedy of errors ensued as his mistimed clearance fell right for Javi Hernandez who lobbed the ball over the keeper and defenders into the net for Odisha to draw first blood.

Shell-shocked Bengaluru was still picking up the pieces after the opener when Jonathas, Odisha's high-profile signing in the summer found Nandhakumar Sekar with a one-two but the latter squandered the opportunity with a tame shot in the 12th minute.

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Odisha captain Hector Rodas had nodded the ball out for a corner kick which Roshan swung in from his left foot. Brazilian defender Alan Costa made use of his towering physique to rise the highest and head the ball into the net for the equaliser.

The former champions looked comfortable after their goal as the Odisha defence, led by Rodas was tested on multiple occasions before half time but remained unscathed. Five minutes into the second half, Jonathas was brought down by Udanta Singh on the edge of the box. Javi's left foot freekick left the entire Bengaluru wall for dead, as the Bhubaneswar side restored the lead.

Cleiton Silva was called upon and won a penalty at the hour mark. Sunil Chhetri stepped up only to be denied by the keeper but the follow-through, which was netted by Cleiton, was disallowed as he encroached the box before the shot was taken.

Bengaluru kept on pressing for an equaliser but that was not to be. Striker Prince Ibarra sliced a cross from Alan Costa over the bar as Sunil Chhetri struggled to mark his presence in the Odisha box. It was then Spanish Aridai Suarez who piled on more misery on the Blues in the final minutes of the match with clinical strides and a deft touch to find the back of the net to seal the match for Odisha FC.

Odisha, who finished bottom last season start their campaign with an encouraging victory while Bengaluru, who have 3 points from two games, would like to go to the drawing board and focus on their defense.

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MATCH-2: 20-11-21 : BENGALURU FC - ( 4-2 ) - NORTH EAST UNITED (FT)
NEU : Cleiton 14', Coureur 25'
NUFC : Deshorn Brown 17', Mashoor Shereef 23'(OG), Jayesh Rane 42', Prince Ibara 81'.
HERO OF THE MATCH : Udanta singh ( BFC)
CLUB AWARD : Bengaluru FC.

20-11-21 : BENGALURU FC  - ( <b><font color=red> 4-2  </b></font> ) -  NORTH EAST UNITED (FT:

NEUFC: Subhasish Roy , Provat Lakra, Gurjinder Kumar, Jestin George, Mashoor Shereef, Khassa Camara, Hernan Santana, Suhair Vadakkepeedika, Laldanmawia Ralte, Mathias Coureur, Deshorn Brown.

BFC : Gurpreet Sandhu , Alan Costa, Ajith Kamaraj, Ashique Kuruniyan, Yrondu Musavu-King, Bruno Silva, Jayesh Rane, Suresh Wangjam, Udanta Singh, Cleiton Silva, Sunil Chhetri .


In an entertaining contest that saw six different goalscorers, Bengaluru FC ran out eventual victors, defeating NorthEast United FC 4-2 in the second game of the 2021-22 Hero Indian Super League (ISL) at the Athletic Stadium in Bambolim on Saturday.

Cleiton Silva (14'), Jayesh Rane (42') and Prince Ibarra (81') provided the fireworks for Bengaluru FC, while Deshorn Brown (17'), Mathias Coureur (25') scored for the Highlanders along with Mashoor Shereef (22' OG) who unfortunately found his own net.

Former Bengaluru man Deshorn Brown almost provided the opener of the night with an acrobatic attempt in the very first minute. NorthEast United looked dominant in the opening exchanges but the game opened up right around the quarter-hour mark.

20-11-21 : BENGALURU FC  - ( <b><font color=red> 4-2  </b></font> ) -  NORTH EAST UNITED (FT:

An entertaining eleven minutes ensued with four goals, two at either end. First up, Brazilian target man Silva made most of Udanta Singh's build-up play, to leave NorthEast defenders high and dry to complete a fine goal. Three minutes later, Deshorn Brown was to have his say in the game. VP Suhair on the left flank, brilliantly found Brown who with a controlled first touch, smashed into the net to draw level.

NorthEast then shot themselves in the foot. Ashique Kuruniyan lobbed the ball in from range, it rebounded off the crossbar and came back into play. Mashoor Shereef, instead of clearing it, scored an own goal. On the other end, new signing Mathias Coureur made amends for his teammate. Suhair yet again set up the move for Coureur to slot it in on the second time of asking, equalizing for the second time in the night.

Sunil Chhetri, desperate to get into the act squandered a chance but it was Jayesh Rane right before half-time who drove down a left-footer to bring up the fifth goal of the game. NorthEast looked visibly second-best post the break. Chhetri missed an easy chance before Sehnaj Singh was brought in by Khalid Jamil, who looked to the bench for experience.

The game descended into a tactical battle with multiple substitutions from both sides hampering the flow of the game late on. There was one bit left, where Alan Costa's long ball found Prince Ibarra, who cut in and finished with style. Bengaluru managed to hold on to the score and register all three points.

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