ISL 2020-21: Jamshedpur FC comes up with magical performance to beat Mumbai City FC
This was Jamshedpur FC's sixth win of the 2020-21 Indian Super League, while with six draws and seven losses, it has risen to the sixth spot. As for Mumbai City FC, it was its fourth loss of the season, while with ten wins and four draws, it stays second on the table.
On Saturday, Jamshedpur FC came up with a commendable performance to tame Mumbai City FC 2-0 in the Indian Super League 2020-21 at the Tilak Maidan in Goa. With this win, Jamshedpur has risen to the sixth spot, while City stays on second. While City has sealed its second spot, Jamshedpur is virtually still in the race for the playoffs.
The opening half was a composed one, which saw only four attacks, while three of them came from Jamshedpur. However, none failed to find the back of the net, as it all stayed goalless at half-time.
The second half saw four attacks until the 71st minute, including a save from City goalkeeper Amrinder Singh. Nonetheless, the exact minute saw Boris Singh score the opener from Jamshedpur, through his left foot to the bottom-left in a close-range attempt.
Three more attacks ensued, while a couple of them came from Jamshedpur again, including a save from Amrinder. Nevertheless, at the full-time stroke, Jamshedpur doubled it and the eventual winner, through David Grande's left-footed strike to the bottom-left from the centre, thanks to Aitor Monroy's through ball assist.
City made one last attempt to pull off a consolation in the 94th minute, only to be denied by Jamshedpur goalkeeper Rehenesh TP. As the referee blew the full-time whistle, Jamshedpur walked away with the three points.