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The match between Hyderabad FC and Jamshedpur FC on Wednesday ended in a 1–1 draw in the 7th season of the Indian Super League. Ije of Jamshedpur saved the team from their second defeat of the season by scoring in the 85th minute. In stoppage time, the coach of Jamshedpur was shown a red card to come and roam the ground. Now they will not be able to stand in the touch line in the next match.
Jamshedpur will play its next match against defending champion Atlético de Kolkata Mohun Bagan (ATK Mohun Bagan). With this draw, both teams shared 1-1 points. Hyderabad is at number four in the points table. While Jamshedpur is at number 8.
Both teams could not score a goal in the first half
From the beginning of the match, both teams played an attacking game. Hyderabad got a chance of a free-hit on a foul by Jamshedpur in the 12th minute. Calcao Liston failed to capitalize on this opportunity. The ball went over the goal post. In the 24th minute, Jakichand failed to convert a brilliant pass from Jamshedpur to Laldinliana. Hyderabad scored 2 in the 32nd and 41st minutes, but failed to convert it into a goal. Both teams could not score any goals in the first half.
Hyderabad captain scored the first goal of the match
The first goal of the match was scored by Hyderabad captain Eridana Santana in the 50th minute. Halicharan Narjare also played a role in this goal. Narajare started the attack from the left flant. He entered the D Box with the ball and took a good shot, but was saved by Jamshedpur goalkeeper Pawan Kumar. The ball went to Santana standing unmarked there with Pawan’s hand. Santana made no mistake in scoring the goal, cashing in on the chance.
Jamshedpur committed 2 substrates in the 60th minute
Hyderabad made another counter attack in the 52nd minute, but this time Pawan was careful and made a great save. Jamshedpur committed two substitutes in the 60th minute. Zakichand and Alexander Lima were sent out. While William Llanunfella and Issac vanMalasavama were sent to the ground. Jamshedpur’s Aniket Jadhav got a yellow card in the 63rd minute. In the 64th minute, Jamshedpur made another counter attack, but were blocked by Hyderabad’s Hitesh Sharma.
The referee denied Jamshedpur’s goal in the 71st minute
In the 71st minute, the referee denied a goal from Jamshedpur. The goal was scored by Vanmalasavama on a free-kick. Hyderabad goalkeeper Laxmikant had crossed the line and punched the ball out, but it was not considered a goal. Resentment was seen on the faces of Jamshedpur players regarding this decision.
Ije of Jamshedpur scored in the 85th minute
Unfortunately it seemed that Jamshedpur would lose the match due to misfortune and would have to suffer the second defeat of the season. But then Stephen Ije scored a goal in the 85th minute to tie Jamshedpur 1-1. The substitute in this goal was the assistant of William Llanunfella.
Captain of Jamshedpur received yellow card
Jamshedpur captain Peter Hartley got the yellow card in the 87th minute. Hartley made a brilliant effort through a header through injury time, but the ball went over the crossbar. This was the third match for both teams. Hyderabad has won 1 while 2 have been drawn. At the same time, Jamshedpur has 2 draws and the team has lost in one.
Hyderabad has 14 shots, 5 on target
Hyderabad retained 52% of the ball possession during the match. While Jamshedpur held 48% ball possession. Hyderabad had 14 shots, of which 5 were on target. While Jamshedpur fired 8 shots, 2 of which were on target. Hyderabad completed 356 passes during the match. While Jamshedpur completed 326 passes. Hyderabad foul 19 and Jamshedpur 22 fouls during the match. 3 players from Jamshedpur were shown yellow cards.