ISL 2020-21 Jamshedpur FC vs NorthEast United FC Highlights: NEUFC beats JFC in a thrilling 2-1 win

ISL 2020-21 Jamshedpur FC vs NorthEast United FC Highlights: NEUFC beats JFC in a thrilling 2-1 win: NorthEast United FC defeated Jamshedpur FC 2-1 to end their
seven-game winless streak in the Indian Super League here on Sunday.

The win propelled NEUFC to the fifth spot in the standings with 16 points. Ashutosh Mehta (36th minute) put NEUFC ahead with his first ISL goal before substitute Deshorn Brown (61st) doubled the tally for the Highlanders on his debut.

Jamshedpur skipper Stephen Hartley (89th) pulled one back for his side late in the game
but despite pressing the NEUFC defence hard in the second half, Owen Coyle's side slumped to a third straight defeat.

ISL 2020-21 Jamshedpur FC vs NorthEast United FC Highlights: NEUFC beats JFC in a thrilling 2-1 win

NEUFC were the better side in the opening half, dominating possession and creating goal-
scoring opportunities. They deservedly went into the break with a one-goal cushion which
could have been more, but for some fine saves by JFC goalkeeper TP Rehenesh.

It was Jamshedpur who created the first big chance of the game in the eighth minute but
NEUFC custodian Subasish Roy Chowdhury denied them the opener. After Jamshedpur won a throw-in, Khassa Camara’s poor clearance fell towards Nerijus Valskis, who found Jadhav just outside the box.

The youngster, in turn, whipped a cross for Valskis, who controlled the ball and struck on the volley but saw his shot blocked by Chowdhury.

The best chance for NEUFC came in the 32nd minute. Luis Machado, a constant livewire
in the first half, came close to breaking the deadlock but Rehenesh did well to keep it out
thanks to a brilliant acrobatic effort.

Suhair VP delivered a cross for the Portuguese, who attempted an overhead kick which
was parried away. Just four minutes later, NEUFC made amends for it as they scored from a set-piece.

ISL 2020-21 Jamshedpur FC vs NorthEast United FC Highlights: NEUFC beats JFC in a thrilling 2-1 win

Federico Gallego delivered a delicious cross from the corner flag and Mehta rose above
his marker at the far post to head the ball into the net. Jamshedpur started strong in the second half, pushing their opponents on the back foot.
However, a defensive error saw them concede again.

Isaac Vanmalsawma, brought on at half-time, gave the ball away after a sloppy pass.
Gallego received the ball from Machado and threaded a through pass for substitute Brown,
who slotted it past Rehenesh.

Jamshedpur had a chance to cut down their deficit after Chowdhury put himself in trouble,
courtesy of a miscued goal kick. The ball was intercepted by Valskis, who made a run into
the box and shot on goal but Chowdhury redeemed himself with a crucial save.

Coyle’s side received a glimmer of hope late on in the game after captain Hartley scored
through a corner, which was his first for Jamshedpur. They continued to test NEUFC and could have bagged a dramatic equaliser in injury time but Valskis fluffed the chance. Hartley played a long ball for the Lithuanian who blazed his
header over the bar.

ISL – Jamshedpur Vs NorthEast United (JFC Vs NEUFC): Probable Winner

This will be a match determined by fine margins, a clash where Jamshedpur do more than enough to conjure up a win.

ISL – Jamshedpur Vs NorthEast United (JFC Vs NEUFC): Probable Playing 11

Jamshedpur: TP Rehenesh, Sandip, Peter Hartley, Stephen Eze, Ricky, Rehman, Alex Lima, Jackichand, Isaac, William Lalnunfela, Nerijus Valskis

NorthEast United: Subhasish, Mashoor Shereef Thankgalakath, Rochharzela, Benjamin Lambot, Gurjinder Kumar, Ashutosh Mehta, Federico Gallego, Fanai Lalrempuia, Lalengmawia, Luís Machado, Dylan Fox

Match Details – ISL – Jamshedpur Vs NorthEast United (JFC Vs NEUFC):

Indian Super League 2020-21

Match: Jamshedpur Vs NorthEast United

Date And Time: 17th January, Sunday- 4:30pm IST

Venue: Fatorda Stadium, Goa

Telecast: Star Sports 2/HD, Disney+ Hotstar

Top Scorer


  • Nerijus Valskis: 8 Goals

 NorthEast United 

  • Appiah: 3 Goals

ISL – Jamshedpur Vs NorthEast United (JFC Vs NEUFC): Dream11 Picks


Despite his defence losing its way, TP Rehenesh has continued to be the saviour of his side’s backline with him dispelling everything sent down his way.


For Jamshedpur, today’s match is just the fixture to regain their defensive touch. The club is up against a side which has scored just once in its last three encounters, a side Jamshedpur can easily spurn.

It sees us opt for Peter Hartley, Stephen Eze and Ricky from the side. Benjamin Lambot’s ability to keep attacking plays at bay sees him become the first pick from the opposition.


Although they have struggled for goals, the club can easily end up fulfilling insatiable appetite come today. With Jamshedpur’s house crumbling, Frederico Gallego who registered an assist the last time around will be quietly confident of adding to his numbers today.

Khassa Camara will be his partner for the day’s matchup owing to his ability to win challenges while Lalengmawia is his partner.

Aitor Monroy’s succulent showing the last time around makes him our pick from Jamshedpur.


Jamshedpur’s top scorer, striker Nerijus Valskis netted twice for the club the last time around. Luis Machado lines up for us from the other side after his strike for the club in their foregone showdown.

ISL – Jamshedpur Vs NorthEast United (JFC Vs NEUFC): Captain And Vice-Captain

Eight goal striker Valskis was an instant pick as our captain while Aitor is the vice-captain.

ISL – Jamshedpur Vs NorthEast United (JFC Vs NEUFC): Dream11 Team

Rehenesh, Eze, Lambot, Hartley, Rochharzela, Lalengmawia, Aitor, Camara, Gallego, Valskis, Machado

ISL – Jamshedpur Vs NorthEast United (JFC Vs NEUFC): Dream11 Team Disclaimer

The veracity of our selections and team is based on earnest analysis of the league, matches and playing 11s. We implore you to forage your team by your own accord with these facets helping spur your decision making.