ISL 2020-21 HIGHLIGHTS, Jamshedpur FC vs Kerala Blasters: 10-man Kerala Beat Jamshedpur 3-2

ISL 2020-21 Highlights, Jamshedpur FC vs Kerala Blasters Latest Updates: Kerala Blasters have finally managed to put an end to their winless run and grab their second victory of the season, as they beat Jamshedpur FC 3-2 at the Tilak Maidan Stadium, in Goa despite being a man down. This is also their first victory over Jamshedpur in seven games.

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Jamshedpur FC VS Kerala Blasters FC Football Scorecard

Match 54, Tilak Maidan Stadium, 10 Jan, 21 19:30

Kerala Blasters FC beat Jamshedpur FC(3-2)

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21:45 (IST)

Kerala Blasters have finally managed to put an end to their winless run and grab their second victory of the season, as they beat  Jamshedpur FC   3-2 at the Tilak Maidan Stadium, in Goa despite being a man down.  This is also their first victory over Jamshedpur in seven games.

Kerala took the lead in the match on the 22nd minute after Costa Nhamoinesu headed in from a Facundo Pereyra free-kick. Jamshedpur equalised 14 minutes later as Nerijus Valskis converted his free-kick from just outside the box. It was all square at the break. Kerala Blasters were down to 10 men after Lalruatthara saw his second yellow of the night for a foul on Jackichand Singh. Tides turned in Kerala's favour after that as they found themselves ahead 12 minutes later through Jordan Murray. The Australian then increased KBFC's lead three minutes later following a howler from Jamshedpur FC custodian TP Rehenesh. Nerijus Valskis did pull one back but it was not enough as JFC failed to find that equalising goal in the remaining minutes and succumbed to their third loss of the season.

21:27 (IST)

FULL-TIME

JAMSHEDPUR 2-3 KERALA BLASTERS

A brace from Jordan Murray and a goal from Costa helped Kerala Blasters beat Jamshedpur FC 3-2. This is their first win over the Red Mariners in 7 games. 

21:24 (IST)

Murray Denied a hattrick

90+5' |  TP Rehenesh denies Jordan Murray his first ISL hattrick with a fingertips save

21:22 (IST)

SUBSTITUTION

KBFC Change

90' | Facundo Pereyra OUT; Abdul Hakku IN

21:20 (IST)

SUBSTITUTION

Jamshedpur Double Change

87' | Narender, Isaac IN; Jackichand, Mobashir OUT

21:17 (IST)

Just Wide 

88' | Stephen Eze head it wide. He rose above everyone and got the connection as well but it was off target.

21:13 (IST)

GOAL

Jamshedpur Pull One Back

84' | Nerijus Valskis pulls one back for the Red Mariners. GAME ON!

21:11 (IST)

GOAL

Kerala Scores Again!

82' | A howler from TP Rehenesh, he places the ball on Jordan Murray's feet and the Australian made no mistake.

21:07 (IST)

GOAL

JFC 1-2 KBFC

79' | Jordan Murray puts Kerala Blasters ahead with a goal from close range

21:06 (IST)

SUBSTITUTION

Jamshedpur Change

75' | Aniket OUT, William IN

21:01 (IST)

SUBSTITUTION

KBFC Change

73' | Hooper OUT, Rohit IN

20:58 (IST)

YELLOW CARD

69' | Kerala Blasters head coach Kibu Vicuna is shown a yellow card. 

20:55 (IST)

RED CARD

67' | Lalruatthara is off. He sees his second yellow card of the night after a bookable offense on Jackichand Singh. Blasters will now be a man short for the next 22 minutes.

20:54 (IST)

HITS THE POST

64' | Jackichand Singh hits the post. It was a good effort from the winger.

20:53 (IST)

61' | Vicente Gomes tries his luck from distance but his effort is nowhere near the goal.

20:47 (IST)

KBFC Chance

58' | Gary Hooper tries to find the far corner with a curler but his effort is high and wide.

20:41 (IST)

Inches Wide

53' | Mobashir's effort kisses the post and goes out.

20:40 (IST)

YELLOW CARD

Second KBFC player in the book

48' | Lalruatthara is booked for a foul on Aitor Monroy.

20:34 (IST)

SECOND-HALF

46' | Action Resumes at the Tilak Maidan Stadium. Can Kerala finally break their Jamshedpur duck?

20:29 (IST)

This is what the stats suggest at the break. It has been an evenly contested affair so far at the Tilak Maidan Stadium, however, Blasters had the majority of chances but they wasted them. 

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20:20 (IST)

HALF-TIME

JFC 1-1 KBFC

It's all square at the break at the Tilak Maidan Stadium in Goa thanks to goals from Costa and Valskis for Kerala and Jamshedpur respectively.

20:19 (IST)

What a Save!

45+ 2| Hooper plays in a brilliant ball for Jordan Murray, but the Australian's header is denied by a diving TP Rehnesh.

20:17 (IST)

Evenly Poised

45' | Kerala were pulling all the strings at the start of the match and they got the goal as well thanks to their constant pressure. However, Jamshedpur have a made a comeback now.

20:09 (IST)

YELLOW CARD

KBFC player Cautioned

38' | Jeakson is the first player to be booked tonight.

20:07 (IST)

GOAL

Jamshedpur Equalise

36' | Valskis scores direct from a free-kick

20:04 (IST)

Eze Heads Wide

28' | Stephen Eze nearly equalised there for the Red Mariners. He rose the highest in the box and met the corner well, but fails to direct his header on target

19:56 (IST)

What a Save!

24' | Nerijus Valskis almost put Jamshedpur back on level terms with a free header but Albino Gomes was there to prevent him from doing that. Brilliant diving save from the KBFC 'keeper.

19:53 (IST)

GOAL

JFC 0-1 KBFC

22' | Kerala Blasters take the lead as Costa head them ahead from a Pereyra free-kick

19:48 (IST)

KBFC Chance

16' | Role reversal. Now Murray plays a ball for Hooper inside the box, a proper connection could have broken the deadlock. However, Hooper shoots it wide. To be fair, the ball was played a bit behind by Murray. Nevertheless, another chance missed by KBFC.

19:44 (IST)

KBFC Chance

11' | Gary Hooper plays a brilliant through ball for Jordan Murray, the Australian does well to beat the offside trap, he moves inside the box and he had an open goal in front of him with just the 'keeper there but his effort is over.

ISL 2020-21 HIGHLIGHTS, Jamshedpur FC vs Kerala Blasters: 10-man Kerala Beat Jamshedpur 3-2

ISL 2020-21 Highlights, Jamshedpur FC vs Kerala Blasters Latest Updates: Kerala Blasters have finally managed to put an end to their winless run and grab their second victory of the season, as they beat  Jamshedpur FC   3-2 at the Tilak Maidan Stadium, in Goa despite being a man down.  This is also their first victory over Jamshedpur in seven games.

Kerala took the lead in the match on the 22nd minute after Costa Nhamoinesu headed in from a Facundo Pereyra free-kick. Jamshedpur equalised 14 minutes later as Nerijus Valskis converted his free-kick from just outside the box. It was all square at the break. Kerala Blasters were down to 10 men after Lalruatthara saw his second yellow of the night for a foul on Jackichand Singh. Tides turned in Kerala's favour after that as they found themselves ahead 12 minutes later through Jordan Murray. The Australian then increased KBFC's lead three minutes later following a howler from Jamshedpur FC custodian TP Rehenesh. Nerijus Valskis did pull one back but it was not enough as JFC failed to find that equalising goal in the remaining minutes and succumbed to their third loss of the season.

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They are placed fifth with 13 points from nine games and a victory against Kerala could push them to third spot. The 1-0 victory over former champions Bengaluru FC in their last match must have boosted the confidence of Jamshedpur players. But one thing that Coyle does not want is his players getting carried away at this stage of the season.

"When you win, the morale is always high but equally (after) the loss we suffered against FC Goa, we picked each other up and worked very hard to get a smile on our faces and go again, which we did against Bengaluru," he said.

"That's certainly the quality we have at this club. We never get too high when we win or low when we lose. We look for the balance, understanding and (ways) to improve."

Kerala Blasters have come into this game after a demoralising defeat to Odisha FC. The results may have not gone Kerala's way but Coyle has been watching his opponents closely.

"If you look at Kerala's games, they have been very unlucky. The other night, they lost 4-2 (to Odisha) but Kerala could have easily scored 5-6 goals," Coyle stated.

"When teams have had disappointments this way, they can be very dangerous, so we have to make sure we're ready for that."

For Kerala, who are at 10th spot with just six points, it will be a chance to restore pride with coach Kibu Vicuna believing that his side are still in contention for the playoffs.

Vicuna found success at Mohun Bagan in I-League last year with an attacking and possession-based brand of football but has found it tough to get results with an injury-marred Kerala side, who have claimed just one win. However, the Spaniard refused to attribute Kerala Blasters' poor results to his style.

"It is not a question of style. The team (I had at Mohun Bagan) is different, the players are different. We started well this season and now we are making changes, we are not playing the same as we did at the beginning," he said.

"It is not a question of being stubborn with the style, because we are changing things every game, we are approaching every match differently since we are playing different teams. We are focusing on our game as well as the style of our opponents."

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