JFC broke the series of consecutive defeats, JFC Laldinpuia became the player of the match.

Jamshedpur Football Club played a draw, stopping Chennaiyin FC’s Maichang stormy game. Despite the partial wrath of Typhoon Maichang, football provided some respite to the people at the JRD Tata Sports Complex on Tuesday. In this very tough match, the host Jamshedpur team held Chennai to a 2-2 draw. It was a moment of relief for JFC, which had faced defeat in four consecutive matches. For Chennaiyin FC, attacking midfielder Farooq Choudhary scored in the ninth minute and attacking midfielder Ninthoinganba Meetei scored in the 40th minute. At the same time, for Jamshedpur, right-back Pachuau Laldinpuia scored in the 45th minute and Nigerian striker Daniel Chima Chukwu, who came as a substitute, scored in the 90th minute. Jamshedpur’s right-back Pachuau Laldinpuia was declared the player of the match for playing an important role in defense apart from scoring goals. Chennaiyin FC has moved from eighth to seventh place in the table with 9 points from nine matches, two wins, three draws and four losses. At the same time, head coach Scott Cooper will certainly be pleased with the Red Miners playing a hard-fought draw after four consecutive defeats. Jamshedpur FC remains at the tenth position in the table with six points from nine matches, one win, three draws and five losses.

Chennai took the lead in the ninth minute itself

The visiting Chennai team took the lead in the ninth minute itself thanks to Farooq Chaudhary’s goal. In the 40th minute, attacking midfielder Ninthoinganba Meitei doubled Chennai’s lead by scoring a goal. 45 During the three-minute stoppage time, in the 4th minute, Jamshedpur FC’s right-back Pachuau Laldinpuia narrowed the gap to 1-2 with a goal. In the 90th minute, Nigerian striker Daniel Chima Chukwu scored a goal to bring Jamshedpur FC to a 2-2 draw. This was the 13th match between the two teams in ISL and the fifth draw was played today. Chennaiyin FC has won five matches while Jamshedpur FC has won three matches.

For the first time less than ten thousand spectators reached the stadium

This was the first time in the history of JFC when less than ten thousand spectators had reached the ground. Since 2017, when the JFC team has been playing, the average number of spectators has been 15 thousand. But due to the Maichang storm, only 7134 spectators reached the stadium and watched the match.

vital statistics

jfc vs chennai

  • 57.7% possession 42.3%

  • 72% passing accuracy 63%

  • 02 goals02

  • 00 offside 02

  • 05 Shot on Target 04

  • 4 shot off target 01

  • 360 number of dice 275

  • 584 touches467

  • 10 foul 23

  • 03 Interception 08

  • 34 crosses 14

  • 11 corner 04

  • 00 red card 00

  • 03 yellow card 02

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