With 19 points from 11 matches, Jamshedpur FC now occupy the top spot in Indian Super League (ISL) 2021-22 table. East Bengal remain winless in 11 matches and are at the bottom.
East Bengal are winless in ten matches so far in the Indian Super League (ISL) 2021-22, and they are at the bottom of the 11-team table with six points from three draws.
Jamshedpur FC have 16 points from 10 matches with four wins, four draws and two defeats. NorthEast United FC are 10th in the 11-team ISL 2021-22 table with 8 points from 10 outings.
Chennaiyin FC are coming into the game after suffering two back-to-back defeats in ISL 2021-22. Jamshedpur FC enter into the contest after sharing points with Bengaluru FC and Kerala Blasters respectively.
The result means Kerala Blasters are now third in the ISL 2021-22 table with 13 points from eight matches while Jamshedpur are second, having the same number of points from eight games but ahead on goal difference.
After the end of round seven, both Kerala Blasters and Jamshedpur FC have 12 points each with equal numbers of wins and defeats. The winners can climb to the second spot in ISL 2021-22 standings.
Jamshedpur FC moved to the second spot on the table with 12 points but would rue their missed opportunity to close the gap on leaders Mumbai City. Bengaluru FC are at second-last with just six points.
Former champions Bengaluru FC are on a wretched six-game winless run in the ISL 2021-22. They are 10th in the 11-team league with one win from seven. Jamshedpur FC are third with three wins from six.
Greg Stewart scored three very different yet stunning goals in the 4th, 21st and 35th minutes after Peter Hartley's strike gave Jamshedpur FC the lead in the third minute.
Cassio Gabriel, Bipin Singh, Igor Angulo and substitute Ygor Catatau netted a goal each for Mumbai City FC against Jamshedpur FC in ISL 2021-2022. Mumbai are four points clear of Jamshedpur at the top.
Mumbai City had a good start to the ISL 2021-22 season under new coach Des Buckingham. They are currently sitting at the top of the points table. But Jamshedpur FC are snapping at their heels.
An 88th minute Pritam Kotal strike proved too little, too late for ATK Mohun Bagan as Seiminlen Doungel and Alexandre Lima goals ensured a second win for Jamshedpur FC in Indian Super League 2021-22.
Defending champions Mumbai City FC exposed some major chinks in ATK Mohun Bagan's armour in their 5-1 thrashing in a repeat of the last season's final. The loss meant that the Mariners have slipped to fourth place in the table.
Greg Stewart scored a fine solo goal in the 41st minute to give Jamshedpur FC the lead but Bart Ogbeche (56’) found the equaliser for Hyderabad FC after a well-worked move at the edge of the box with Joao Victor.
Nerijus Valskis scored twice in a space of ten minutes to give Jamshedpur a 2-0 lead, then Jordan Murray made it 3-0 in the 8th minute. The win helped Jamshedpur move to 2nd in IPL 2021-22 standings.
Check match and live streaming details of the Indian Super League (ISL) 2021-22 match between FC Goa and Jamshedpur FC. Both FC Goa and Jamshedpur FC are winless so far.
Franjo Prce (17th) scored a delightful opener for East Bengal while Peter Hartley (45+3) equalised for Jamshedpur FC in their Indian Super League 2021-21 opener.
Check live telecast and live streaming details of the third Indian Super League (ISL) 2021-22 match between East Bengal and Jamshedpur FC.
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