ISL SF-1: Shield winner Jamshedpur, breathless in the first leg, Kerala strengthens final hopes with a 1-0 win

With today’s win, Kerala have taken a 1-0 lead in the two-leg semi-final and will have an upper hand in the second leg match.

Jamshedpur faltered in the first leg of the first semi-final. (Pic Credit ISL)

Jamshedpur FC after capturing their first League Shield tile (Jamshedpur FC) Could not show the energy of victory at Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in Fatorda on Friday. Kerala Blasters FC on Coach Owen Coyle’s team (Kerala Blasters FC) K striker Sahal Abdul Samad’s lone goal was overshadowed. For him Indian Super League (ISL) In the first leg of the first semi-final of 2021-22, Kerala Blasters FC lost 1-0.

With today’s win, Kerala have taken a 1-0 lead in the two-leg semi-final and will have an upper hand in the second leg match. Kerala centre-back Ruiwah Hormipam was awarded the Hero of the Match award for his strong defensive play.

goal scored in the 38th minute

The only goal of the match came in the 38th minute when Sahal Abdul Samad put Kerala Blasters FC ahead 1-0. Spanish striker lvaro Vazquez chipped the center circle ball into the attacking third with a superb through-pass, on which left-back Ricky Lalvmavma tried to avoid the threat with a header but it turned out to be an easy opportunity for Samad instead of averting the threat. .

Jamshedpur’s goalkeeper TP Rehenesh, sensing the danger, came forward and tried to block the striker from Kerala, but Samad turned out to be more clever this time. Samad continued his run, lobbing the ball with his right foot from the edge of the D-box and sending it towards the goalpost while Ricky could only try unsuccessfully by running behind the ball.

Jamshedpur remained breathless in front of Kerala

Jamshedpur came into this match after breaking many records, but due to the excellent coordination between the defensive line of Kerala and the midfield, Jamshedpur’s team was completely in control, especially in the second half due to playing the semi-finals for the first time. Looked nervous, due to which he appeared to perform average, although Kerala was playing a semi-final match for the first time since 2016, but coach Ivan Vukomanovic’s team showed energy throughout the match

After today’s result, the match between the two teams has leveled this season as Jamshedpur beat Kerala 3-0 in the second match of the league round and both drew in the first leg.

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