Mumbai City FC cruised to a second consecutive victory with a 5-0 win over Jamshedpur FC.
Mumbai City FC cruised to a alternate successive palm with a 5- 0 palm over Jamshedpur FC in a Group B institution of the Durand Cup on Tuesday. Jorge Pereyra Diaz scored doubly and Alberto Noguera, Yoell Van Nieff and Vikram Partap Singh netted one each for the Mumbai City FC, who are now placed at the top of GroupB. Jamshedpur FC made a fast launch to the game as they forced a save out of Phurba Lachenpa inside 20 seconds of the save from an attempt by Bivan Laskar. But Mumbai City FC set up their mojo soon and dominated till the end. Greg Stewart hit the bar from a freekick and Mehtab Singh forced a save out of JFC keeper Mohit Singh Dhami.
It was in the seventh nanosecond that Mumbai set up the net through Diaz. A good cloverleaf play between Greg Stewart and Vikram in the right redounded in the ultimate finding Diaz free inside the box, who had the easiest of homestretches to open the scoring for the Islanders.
Diaz scored his alternate to double their lead in the 14th nanosecond. Bipin Singh’s cross set up Diaz inside the box and he finished consummately.
Mumbai City piled farther pressure on the youthful Jamshedpur FC side, while Dhami did well to keep the score at 2- 0.
MCFC, still, set up the third thing soon enough through Noguera who minced the ball above Dhami to help his side finish the first half with 14 shots on the Jamshedpur thing.
The Islanders scored their fourth of the game in the alternate nanosecond of the alternate half when van Neiff finished neatly from the aft post from a corner taken by Greg Stewart.
Seven twinkles latterly, Mumbai City FC scored their fifth thing when Jamshedpur lost the ball in their own half and Stewart passed it on to Vikram who completed it with a diving title.
Noah Sadaoui registered the alternate chapeau- trick of the event as FC Goa began their Durand Cup crusade with a 6- 0 rout of Shillong Lajong on Tuesday.
Piecemeal from Noah, Rowllin Borges and the Spanish brace of Victor Rodriguez and Carlos Martinez scored for Goa to hand Shillong Lajong their alternate loss of the event.
Noah was at his usual stylish keeping the Shillong Lajong side on its toes. The Gaurs took the lead in the 15th nanosecond through Rowllin. Brandon Fernandes’ free- kick was darted on by Devendra Murgaokar which fell on the path of Rowllin who coolly finished once goalkeeper Rajat Paul Lyngdoh.
Goa scored again within five twinkles, when Devendra Murgaokar was set up by Brandon’s through ball. Devendra unselfishly passed the ball beyond the rushing goalkeeper to Noah who had to just tap the ball inside an empty net to double their advantage.
Goa didn’t have to stay long for the third thing as Noah scored in the 26th nanosecond through a left footed finish after he was set up in space from a pass from Brandon.
The alternate half was no different as Goa continued to maintain possession and play attacking football.
Noah was in the thick of every action for Goa as he set up the fourth thing. He rolled the ball to left back Sanson Pereira, who set up cover Rodriguez in the middle of the box and the ultimate finished past the goalkeeper in the 68th nanosecond.
Martinez scored the fifth thing for the Gaurs in the 83rd nanosecond. Noah’s cross was pushed down by the Lajong goalkeeper but it hit the rushing Martinez and the ball veered into the thing.
Noah also completed a memorable match by completing his chapeau trick in the 86th nanosecond. Know More Latest Football News…