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Jamshedpur FC and SC Eastbangal players try to pick up the ball during the Indian Super League match played on Friday night.
The match played between SC East Bengal and Jamshedpur FC on Friday night was the seventh season of the Indian Super League (ISL). With this, East Bengal got the first point in the tournament. Out of the four matches played so far, he has lost three matches. He is 11th in the bottom of the points table. On the other hand, Jamshedpur has got six points from five matches. This is his third draw of this season. He is in fifth position.
East Bengal player out due to foul
In the first half of the match, no goal was scored by both the teams. But this half was useful in terms of Jamshedpur, as it made several good attacks. It is a different matter that it did not succeed. On the other hand, the half was disappointing for East Bengal as they were forced to play with 10 players from the 25th minute.
Yugensen Lyngdoh of East Bengal was shown a yellow card in the 21st minute and then a second yellow card for the foul in the 25th minute, which was converted to a red card. Due to which Lyngdoh had to go out.
In the beginning of the second half, both teams made a change
Starting the second half, the two teams made one change each. Jamshedpur took out Isik Vanmalasavama by dropping Aniket Jadhav, while East Bengal took out JJ Lalpekhlua to replace Wahengbaum Luwang. In the 58th minute of the match, Laldinaliana Ranthalei of Jamshedpur got a yellow card.
East Bengal goalkeeper injured
In the 61st minute, East Bengal had to send their injured goalkeeper Shankar Roy out of the ground due to hamstring. Debjit Majumdar succeeded him.
Jamshedpur got free kick in 69 minutes
Jamshedpur got a free kick from outside the box in the 69th minute. Alexander Lima tried to score a goal with a kick, but the ball hit Krabar and went out.
Jamshedpur player got red card during injury time
East Bengal attempted to score in the box in the 83rd minute, but were thwarted by Jamshedpur captain Peter Hartley. Rinthelei received a second yellow card in Injury Time. Due to which Ranthallei had to go out. Both teams were playing with 10–10 players each. But no team could score a goal. And both had to split the points.