ISL 2020-21 HIGHLIGHTS, Odisha FC vs Mumbai City FC: Hat-trick Hero Bipin Singh Leads Mumbai to 6-1 Win

ISL 2020-21 HIGHLIGHTS, Odisha FC vs Mumbai City FC: Record books were shaken up by Mumbai City FC as Bipin Singh became the fourth Indian hat-trick scorer of the ISL and Mumbai City FC registered their biggest away win in the history of the league. Full Time:- OFC 1-6 MCFC

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21:49 (IST)

Mumbai City FC Head Coach Sergio Lobera After the Game

"Obviously it is the most important moment in the season. We needed to react. It's not just about the result but also how they played. I am very excited about the next game against ATK Mohun Bagan. We deserved to fight for that top spot. I am very happy with my players and we deserve this victory. Next one is going to be like a final.

"I think when we played more than our head, we made the mistake. When it is the most important moment in the season, we need to have control over our emotions. Even with the yellow cards, we have reduced and that's important for me. Our style of play is to arrive quickly and take to the opponents. The motivation or attitude of the players today was fantastic. Today, I am very happy as a coach about this.

"I believe a lot in my team. I felt very good before the game. My players have a lot of confidence and motivation to play the last game. But controlling the motivation is important because when it's too high, like the last two games, it is difficult. In the bad moments, we need to be strong as a team and be loyal in our style of play. We had to avoid the mistakes of the last game - long balls and trying to score very quickly. I am just very happy." 

21:44 (IST)

Mumbai City FC's Bartholomew Ogbeche After the Match

"Amazing, really. It's going down to the wire. We have been able to get this lifeline. It was a tough start, we went a goal down. But the good thing was we talked about if it happens like the last game, we have to fight. I am happy we were able to carry forward and take it to the last game.

"Every challenging situation for me is foundation for growth. I have no doubt about my abilities, not only during the game but also training. Football is not just my passion but an obsession. I just go out all guns blazing and leave it all on the pitch.

"I think we need to think about everything. We need to worry about the strikers, they have one of the most profilic strikers. They have one of the best defences as well. We have to come up with a barnstorming performance to go past them. But football is such, no one could have forecasted it would go down to the wire. We need to take care of ourselves and our opponents. We havr to think of all the things we have done wrong and right. No offence to other teams but I think we are the most balanced team and we have to give it all against ATK Mohun Bagan."

21:39 (IST)


--> Bipin Singh became the fourth Indian in the history of the ISL to score a hat-trick. This was ISL 2020-21's first hat-trick.
--> It was Mumbai City FC's biggest win of the season and it matched their 6-1 win over Kerala Blasters is ISL 2018-19.
--> Mumbai City FC matches ISL's biggest away win - FC Goa's 5-0 win over Jamshedpur FC last year.

21:37 (IST)

Hero of the Match Bipin Singh After the Game

"I am very happy. It was a very important game, it had to be a comeback. Now, we have to win the next match.

"There was nothing special (in the preparation for this game) but we trust each other and believe our teammates.

"We have the confidence and we feel like we will play the same way in the next match and get the win.

21:27 (IST)

And Mumbai City FC had a rout against Mumbai City FC. Bipin Singh was the hat-trick hero, scoring the first hat-trick of the season as Mumbai City FC humiliated Odisha FC 6-1. Bartholomew Ogbeche scored two while Cy Goddard scored a stunner. Arshdeep Singh denied Ahmed Jahouh on the spot and went on top of the list of most saves this season. Jerry Mawihmingthanga was Odisha's only bright spark but it was completely Mumbai City FC and Bipin Singh's night!

Odisha FC 1-6 Mumbai City FC

21:22 (IST)

90+1' | Isak Vanlalruatfela gets his first ISL appearance as he replaces Jerry Mawihmingthanga.

Odisha FC 1-6 Mumbai City FC

21:19 (IST)

86' | GOAL! Bipin Singh has scored the first hat-trick of ISL 2020-21! What a moment for Indian Football as an Indian does it and fully deserved by the man. Rowllin's shot on target was saved by Arshdeep but Bipin was at the spot to bang in the rebound and get his hat-trick.

Odisha FC 1-6 Mumbai City FC

21:16 (IST)

84' | SAVE! Arshdeep saves the well-struck penalty from Ahmed Jahouh as he does well to guess it right and make the save. Bipin was on a hat-trick but Jahouh did not pass the opportunity to go for goal and instead stood on that one himself.

Odisha FC 1-5 Mumbai City FC

21:14 (IST)

83' | A shot on target is saved by Arshdeep but the ball is worked around by Vikram Pratap Singh. Away from goal, Vikram is brought down and it's penalty for Odisha!

Odisha FC 1-5 Mumbai City FC

21:06 (IST)

79' | No hat-trick chance for Bartholomew Ogbeche! He is substituted with Vikram Pratap Singh coming on. Bipin Singh is still on the pitch and has a chance to get this season's first hat-trick.

Odisha FC 1-5 Mumbai City FC

21:00 (IST)

52' | Mandar comes on for Amey. Fall makes way for Santana.
53' | Le Fondre is replaced by Rowllin.
68' | Pranjal replaces Raynier.
79' | Ogbeche makes way for Vikram Pratap Singh.

20:59 (IST)

70' | Mandar Rao Dessai with a good ball for Ogbeche in the middle. Ogbeche seems like he is clipped lightly but he stays on his feet and eventually gets a corner.

Odisha FC 1-5 Mumbai City FC

20:51 (IST)

61' | MISS! Brilliant ball in the middle from Mandar Rao Dessai and Bipin got ahead of his man but his header is wide. That was a golden chance for him to get the first hat-trick of the season.

Odisha FC 1-5 Mumbai City FC

20:42 (IST)

53' | Jerry with a powerful shot but it was just slightly off target with hit the side-netting. That could have been great for the youngster. He has been one of the very, very few bright sparks for Odisha this season.

Odisha FC 1-5 Mumbai City FC

20:39 (IST)

47' | GOAL! Bipin Singh scores another goal and it's an assist for Ogbeche. This is getting more and more embarrassing for Odisha FC and the Islanders don't like they want to stop here.

Odisha FC 1-5 Mumbai City FC

20:30 (IST)

Half-time Stats

Four shots on target and four goals from Mumbai City FC. Bang on clinical!

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20:26 (IST)

What a half of football from Mumbai City FC! Odisha FC took everyone by surprise when Jerry Mawihmingthanga earned an early penalty and Diego Mauricio scored off it to give Odisha the lead. It was the wake-up call that Mumbai needed and ever since that, they were on top and completely control the game. Bartholomew Ogbeche headed in Ahmed Jahouh's free kicks twice for two goals, Bipin Singh scored one off a deflection and then Cy Goddard scored a belter. Apart from the early minutes, it was all about Mumbai and we are only halfway through.

Odisha FC 1-4 Mumbai City FC

20:21 (IST)

44' | GOAL! What a sweet, sweet finish from Cy Goddard. Odisha's clearance reached towards him and he takes a touch to settle himself and bangs it into the goal. That was a fantastic strike!

Odisha FC 1-4 Mumbai City FC

20:17 (IST)

43' | GOAL! Bartholomew Ogbeche with another brilliant header as he increases Mumbai City FC's lead. Another delicious free kick from Jahouh and Ogbeche is not marked well by Odisha and pops in with the header.

Odisha FC 1-3 Mumbai City FC

20:12 (IST)

38' | GOAL! Bipin Singh gives Mumbai City FC the lead. A lovely ball from Cy Goddard from the right for Ogbeche, who takes a fabulous first touch to control it and turns around to take a shot on goal. The ball deflects off Vinit Rai and Bipin is the quickest to react and slot the ball home.

Odisha FC 1-2 Mumbai City FC

20:02 (IST)

30' | The injured Steven Taylor is replaced by Mohd Sajid Dhot.
46' | Premjit replaces Bodo.
75' | Bradden Inman comes on for Paul.
90+1' | Isak Vanlalruatfela replaces Jerry M.

19:52 (IST)

20' | MISS! Fabulous through ball from Cy Goddard for Adam Le Fondre on the right. He cuts in and goes for goal but the ball goes just across the face of the goal and the pace is too much for Bipin Singh to get a contact with it in time.

Odisha FC 1-1 Mumbai City FC

19:50 (IST)

17' | What a chance for Mumbai City FC! Adam Le Fondre's shot from the right is saved well by Arshdeep first but then it takes a wicked deflection towards the far post. As he moves to collect the ball there, his own man clatters into him leaving the ball for Le Fondre, who was ahead of it. Le Fondre tries a back heel into the net but it doesn't come off.

Odisha FC 1-1 Mumbai City FC

19:48 (IST)

14' | GOAL! Bartholomew Ogbeche brings Mumbai City FC back to level terms with a good header. Another set piece conversion for Mumbai as Ahmed Jahouh's delivery is headed in by Ogbeche, who got a start alongside Adam Le Fondre today.

Odisha FC 1-1 Mumbai City FC

19:45 (IST)

9' | GOAL! Diego Mauricio converts the penalty, albiet in a scrappy manner, to give Odisha FC the lead. Mauricio went for the strike bang in the middle and even though Amrinder had dived, it came straight to him and bounced off his knee into the back of the net. Amrinder will be disappointed for not saving that one.

Odisha FC 1-0 Mumbai City FC

19:42 (IST)


8' | PENALTY! Jerry runs up with the ball and passes to Mauricio on the right. Jerry makes the overlapping run in the middle and Mauricio passes the ball back to him. Jahouh clips his foot from behind to bring him down in the box and it's a sureshot penalty.

Odisha FC 0-0 Mumbai City FC

19:39 (IST)

6' | As expected the ball has been with Mumbai City FC mostly but they haven't created anything substantial in the Odisha box so far.

Odisha FC 0-0 Mumbai City FC

19:35 (IST)

We are underway at the GMC Stadium. The match holds huge importance for Mumbai City FC. Will Odisha FC be the party poopers here?

19:26 (IST)

50 for Raynier

This is Raynier Fernandes' 50th Indian Super League appearance for Mumbai City FC. He is only the second player to reach this landmark for the club.

19:26 (IST)

50 for Raynier

This is Raynier Fernandes' 50th Indian Super League appearance for Mumbai City FC. He is only the second player to reach this landmark for the club.

ISL 2020-21 HIGHLIGHTS, Odisha FC vs Mumbai City FC: Hat-trick Hero Bipin Singh Leads Mumbai to 6-1 Win

ISL 2020-21 Odisha FC vs Mumbai City FC HIGHLIGHTS: Mumbai City FC crush Odisha FC 6-1 on Wednesday in the Indian Super League (ISL) 2020-21 Match No.105 at the GMC Stadium in Bambolim, Goa. With the win, Mumbai City FC take the battle for the ISL shield (top spot in the table in league table) to the final day when they play table-toppers ATK Mohun Bagan. It was Mumbai City FC’s biggest win of the season and it matched their 6-1 win over Kerala Blasters is ISL 2018-19. Mumbai City FC matches ISL’s biggest away win – FC Goa’s 5-0 win over Jamshedpur FC last year. Bipin Singh became the fourth Indian in the history of the ISL to score a hat-trick.

Story of the Match: Bipin Singh scores the first hat-trick of the season with Mumbai’s sixth goal. Arshdeep denies Ahmed Jahouh from the spot after Vikram Pratap Singh won the penalty. Bipin Singh scored his second and Mumbai’s fifth. Cy Goddard with a stunning finish to score his first goal in the ISL. Ogbeche heads in another Jahouh free kick for Mumbai’s third. Bipin Singh scores after Ogbeche’s shot deflected into his path. Bartholomew Ogbeche heads in Ahmed Jahouh’s free kick to equalise for Mumbai. Diego Mauricio converts the penalty won by Jerry Mawihmingthanga to give Odisha the lead. For Odisha FC, Bodo gets a start and 19-year-old Isak is on the bench once more while Onwu and Mauricio are starting together. For Mumbai City FC, Le Fondre and Ogbeche start together while Rowllin and Santana are on the bench today.


Odisha FC and Mumbai City FC last played each other on December 6 with the Islanders registering an easy 2-0 win. Bartholomew Ogbeche scored a penalty in the 30th minute and then Rowllin Borges found the back of the net in the 45th minute to put MCFC 2-0 up. The match ended with the same scoreline with Mumbai being clinical scoring two off the three shots on target. In the entirety of the match, Odisha could get only a single shot on target.

Mumbai’s previous game saw them crash to a defeat to Jamshedpur FC and coach Sergio Lobera knows that unless the team improves, their title hopes over. “We need to improve our performance because we want to win this game,” he said. “Playing like we did in the last game, it is impossible to win the game. The focus is on ourselves and we need to improve at both ends. We conceded a lot of chances and also goals. We did not have chances to score and we need to improve there. We played the worst game of our season and hopefully this is the past now. The most important thing is our present and our future. It was a bad day in the office and sometimes this happens. The important thing is to not repeat this,” Lobera added.

Steven Dias takes charge of Odisha FC after interim manager Gerald Peyton left the club for personal reasons. The former India international revealed his plan to focus on the younger players, ahead of the clash. “We have really good young players,” he said. “I still think that we have a very balanced team. But, we have been so unfortunate. Starting off the season, Thoiba (Singh) and Saurabh (Meher) played in the central midfield but after one or two games even coach Stuart (Baxter) didn’t get much chance to put Indian players. But, they are very talented, I have seen them in the training sessions. In the future, they are going to be very good players but we didn’t get much chance to play some of the young players. I am trying my best to give a few young players chance if they can. I personally feel, in one match, you can change your career. I always tell the young players – prepare yourself and when you get the chance, prove yourself,” Dias added.


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