ISL 2020-21 Highlights, Hyderabad FC vs Jamshedpur FC Latest Updates: Aridane Santana gave Hyderabad FC the lead as Stephen Eze equalised for Jamshedpur FC in their Indian Super League (ISL) match at the Tilak Maidan Stadium. The best chance of the game previously had came in the 41st minute as Halicharan Narzary's attempt grazed the wrong side the post. In the Hyderabad had the ball go inside their goal but the referee ruled off-side much to the astonishment of Jamshedpur. MATCH REPORT
Hyderabad created the most chances but failed to take advantage after Aridane's opener. Hyderabad’s head coach receive a red card in the dying minutes as after three game, Hyderabad are unbeaten, with two draw and a win, while Jamshedpur are winless, with two draw and a loss.
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It took less than five minutes for Hyderabad to launch their first attack. Quick passing from Hyderabad allowed them to venture deep into Jamshedpur territory but Akash Mishra's final delivery in to the box failed to find Liston Colaco. Jamshedpur dominated play in the first quarter. Nerijus Valskis and Alexandre De Lima kept the home defence on their toes with constant raids.
For Hyderabad, young Liston showed maturity beyond his age, supporting the defence while not neglecting his attacking duties. He nearly got his name on the scoresheet when his 12th-minute free-kick beat the wall but failed to find the goal. Hyderabad were unlucky to have been denied by the post just before the breather. After getting hold of his marker, Santana found Halicharan Narzary, who dribbled past Laldinliana Renthlei.
Having done everything right, Narzary was frustrated as his narrow-angled shot came off the far post. Hyderabad were ahead five minutes after the restart with Santana scoring off a rebound. Narzary danced his way past Renthlei and pulled the trigger. Goalkeeper Kumar only succeeded in diverting it into the path of Santana, who rolled the ball into the net.
With less than 20 minutes left, JFC thought they had scored, only for it to be disallowed by the referee. But their efforts finally paid off in the 85th minute when Eze fired home from inside the box. Chinglensana Singh's clearance off a Nerijus Valskis cross fell to William Lalnunfela who laid the ball for Eze. The Nigerian made no mistake with his powerful shot.