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Odisha FC vs FC Goa

Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar
Jan 29, 2020 19:30 IST
Full Time
M.ONWU
(60')
M.ONWU
(66')
VINIT
(23')
JACKI
(25')
JACKI
(28')
CORO
(90')
SAJID
(80')
GAURAV BORA
(90')
EDU BEDIA
(84')
BRANDON
(90')
FC Goa beat Odisha FC 4 - 2
  • Odisha FC
    Odisha FC
    FC Goa
    GOA
  • 41%
    POSSESSION
    59%
  • 2
    GOALS
    4
  • 9
    SHOTS
    11
  • 3
    SHOTS ON TARGET
    7
  • 12
    FOULS COMMITED
    12
  • 2
    YELLOW CARDS
    2
  • 0
    RED CARDS
    0
  • 1
    OFF SIDES
    0
  • 4
    CORNER KICKS
    9
Match Info
  • Tournament name Indian Super League, 2019-20
  • Venue Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar
  • Date Jan 29, 2020 07:30 PM IST
  • Attendance 7463
90'
GAURAV BORA
Match Completed
Full Time
90'
RODRIGUES
PRINCETON
90'
CORO
90'
BRANDON
90'
BRANDON
LEN DOUNGEL
84'
EDU BEDIA
80'
SAJID
66'
M.ONWU
65'
JACKI
Manvir.S
60'
M.ONWU
Half Time
28'
JACKI
25'
JACKI
23'
VINIT
Kick Off

Odisha FC

4-2-3-1
  • 24
    Manuel Onwu
  • 17
    Jerry Mawihmingthanga
    10
    Xisco Hernandez
    14
    Daniel Lalhlimpuia
  • 11
    Martin Guedes
    16
    Vinit Rai
  • 3
    Mohammad Dhot
    4
    Gaurav Bora
    5
    Diawandou Diagne
    21
    Narayan Das
  • 13
    Francisco Dorronsoro
MIDFIELDER
8
Marcos Tebar Ramiro
Midfielder
6
Bikramjit Singh
Midfielder
5
Diawandou Diagne
Midfielder
10
Francisco Hernandez Marcos
Midfielder
17
Jerry Mawihmingthanga
Midfielder
44
Lalhrezuala Sailung
Midfielder
11
Martin Perez Guedes
Midfielder
22
Nandhakumar Sekar
Midfielder
19
Romeo Fernandes
Midfielder
45
Van Lal Remtluanga Chhangte
Midfielder
16
Vinit Rai
Midfielder
GOALKEEPER
30
Ankit Bhuyan
Goalkeeper
31
Arshdeep Singh
Goalkeeper
13
Francisco Ramos Dorronsoro Sanchez
Goalkeeper
FORWARD
14
Daniel Lalhlimpuia
Forward
24
Manuel Onwu Villafranca
Forward
41
Seiminmang Manchong
Forward
DEFENDER
33
Amit Tudu
Defender
23
Carlos Javier Delgado
Defender
4
Gaurav Bora
Defender
27
Lalchhuanmawia Fanai
Defender
3
Mohammad Sajid Dhot
Defender
21
Narayan Das
Defender
26
Rana Gharami
Defender
15
Shubham Sarangi
Defender

FC Goa

4-2-3-1
  • 8
    Ferran Corominas
  • 12
    Jackichand Singh
    4
    Hugo Boumous
    10
    Brandon Fernandes
  • 24
    Lenny Rodrigues
    23
    Edu Bedia
  • 20
    Seriton Fernandes
    25
    Mourtada Fall
    17
    Carlos Pena
    71
    Mandar Rao Dessai
  • 13
    Mohammad Nawaz
MIDFIELDER
71
Mandar Rao Dessai
Midfielder
5
Ahmed Jahouh
Midfielder
10
Brandon Fernandes
Midfielder
23
Eduardro Bedia Pelaez
Midfielder
4
Hugo Adnan Boumous
Midfielder
19
Kingslee Fernandes
Midfielder
24
Lenny Rodrigues
Midfielder
11
Princeton Rebello
Midfielder
7
Seiminlen Doungel
Midfielder
12
Telem Jackichand Singh
Midfielder
GOALKEEPER
13
Mohammad Nawaz
Goalkeeper
32
Naveen Kumar
Goalkeeper
31
Shubham Dhas
Goalkeeper
FORWARD
8
Ferran Corominas Telechea
Forward
16
Lalawmpuia
Forward
9
Manvir Singh
Forward
DEFENDER
27
Aibanbha Kupar Dohling
Defender
44
Amey Ganesh Ranawade
Defender
17
Carlos Gonzalez Pena
Defender
6
Chinglensana Singh Konsham
Defender
37
Mohamed Ali
Defender
21
Saviour Gama
Defender
25
Serigne Mourtada Fall
Defender
20
Seriton Benny Fernandes
Defender
Adios!
That is it from this game. FC Goa go top of the table with this win. Odisha FC's chances of staying in the top 4 take a big dent. ISL action continues on Thursday, 30th January, as defending champions, Bengaluru FC welcome Hyderabad FC. That game will begin at 1930 IST. Join us for that one. Till then, take care!
Awards
FC Goa collect the Club Award for winning the match this evening. Manuel Onwu is given the Limitless Player of the Match Award. Hugo Boumous bags the Winning Pass of the Match Award. Gaurav Bora takes home the Emerging Player of the Match Award. Jackichand Singh is the Hero of the Match.
FC Goa go back to the summit of the table
What a game of football! A game certainly of two halves here. FC Goa were the better side in the first and rightfully had a three-goal advantage heading into the second 45. Odisha FC were pedestrian in the first half but came out with intent in the second. The hosts enjoyed more of the possession and they made it count as the new signing, Manuel Onwu, headed home right around the hour mark from a Narayan Das cross. Onwu then doubled his tally and brought his side back into the game with another header this time from a corner. With 25 minutes of regulation time remaining, the hosts tried their all and threw everything at it to level the game but Ferran Corominas killed all hopes of an Odisha FC comeback as he scored the fourth goal in the dying moments to take FC Goa to the top of the charts.
90'
Yellow Card
Yellow Card - Odisha FC : GAURAV BORA
90'
Full time
The referee blows his final whistle and calls curtains on the game.
90'
Added time
6 minutes have been added on at the end of regulation 90. With FC Goa having a two-goal lead only a miracle can see the home side get something out of this one.
90'
Substitution
Substitution - FC Goa (In: PRINCETON, Out: RODRIGUES)
90'
GOALLL!!!
Ferran Corominas kills the game and breaks all the hopes Odisha FC had. Manvir Singh gets the ball on the right. He runs forward with pace and intent, dashes to the byline and tries to pull it back as Diawandou Diagne puts a tackle. The ball deflects off Narayan Das and goes to Ferran Corominas in the centre. Coro keeps his calm and slots it on the right top corner for another goal of the season.
90'
Goal
Goal - FC Goa : CORO
89'
Yellow Card
Yellow Card - FC Goa : BRANDON
89'
Substitution
Brandon Fernandes is done for the day and he comes off for Seiminlen Doungel. Tempers are flying as the Odisha FC players are unhappy with the pace at which Brandon Fernandes is leaving. He has been booked for it by the referee.
89'
Substitution
Substitution - FC Goa (In: LEN DOUNGEL, Out: BRANDON)
85'
Cleared
Mandar Rao Dessai puts in a first time cross from the left, Narayan Das awkwardly tries to clear it but the ball hits his body. All eyes on the referee to see if he awards a penalty but he does not and in the meantime, Diawandou Diagne clears it out of play.
82'
Yellow card
Edu Bedia goes into the book now. Hugo Boumous pulls back Mohammad Dhot and the referee awards a free kick. Edu Bedia kicks the ball to kill some time and hence the referee dishes out the yellow card.
83'
Yellow Card
Yellow Card - FC Goa : EDU BEDIA
82'
Poor corner
Brandon Fernandes takes the free kick and hits it with too much power and also the ball has gone out of play before.
81'
Dangerous free kick
Edu Bedia whips the free kick inside the box but Diawandou Diagne heads it out for a corner.
79'
Yellow card
First yellow card of the game and it goes to Mohammad Dhot. He tries to win an aerial ball from Ferran Corominas but ends up elbowing him from behind. Free kick for FC Goa and a chance to kill some more time.
79'
Yellow Card
Yellow Card - Odisha FC : SAJID
75'
Dangerous
Martin Guedes whips the ball inside from a corner, Xisco Hernandez goes down inside the box but the referee does not award a penalty. After a few sloppy shots and touches the away side manages to clear it out for a throw-in.
75'
Cleared away
Martin Guedes whips the ball inside the box but Edu Bedia clears it away for a corner.
74'
Foul
Seriton Fernandes has tried to win the ball back from Xisco Hernandez but he ends up poking him in the eye. Another chance for Odisha FC to whip in a dangerous ball.
71'
Injury?
Mohammad Nawaz has gone down holding his gut. Is it a genuine injury or a smart ploy from Nawaz to kill some time here.
71'
Headed away
Xisco Hernandez takes the free kick from the right. He whips in a dangerous ball but Mourtada Fall gets to it first and heads it out for a throw-in.
65'
GOALLL!!!
Odisha FC have reduced the deficit to just one goal now. We certainly have a game on here! FC Goa are losing the plot and the home side has around 25 minutes plus the additional time to equalize here. Martin Guedes takes the corner from the left. He whips in an outswinging ball inside the box, Manuel Onwu jumps and flicks his header. It deflects off Mourtada Fall's head and goes inside the back of the net. The home side has looked like a team rejuvenated here in the second half and the new signing has his second of the match on his debut.
65'
Goal
Goal - Odisha FC : M.ONWU
64'
Substitution
First change of the game and it sees the man with the brace, Jackichand Singh, make way for Manvir Singh. He has had a good game and Jackichand would be a bit disappointed as he won't be able to get a hat-trick.
64'
Substitution
Substitution - FC Goa (In: Manvir.S, Out: JACKI)
61'
Goa on the attack!
The last goal has not gone down well with FC Goa! They are on the charge. Ferran Corominas collects the loose ball in the midfield and passes it on in the path of Brandon Fernandes. Brandon enters the box from the left side but is late in releasing his kick. By the time he pulls the trigger, Francisco Dorronsoro has thrown himself in the way. The ball though deflects back to Brandon who runs across to his left and then swings in a cross at the far end. Hugo Boumous rises to head it in but Francisco does well to collect it. Phew, Odisha FC survive from going 3 goals down again.
59'
GOALLL!!!
Odisha FC have pulled one back and this game is certainly not over! Narayan Das gets the ball on the right flank, he moves forward with it and sees up to find Manuel Onwu inside the box. He whips in a perfect cross to find Onwu who is unmarked inside the box. He jumps and heads it at the far post to pull one back for his side. First goal for the new signing and could we see a comeback from the home team?
59'
Goal
Goal - Odisha FC : M.ONWU
56'
Better half for the home side
Odisha FC are looking more organized and are having more of the ball in this half so far but they will need to find a way to unlock the away side's defense and pull one back as soon as possible to have a chance to make a comeback in this game.
50'
Cross straight to keeper
Jackichand Singh whips in a powerful cross from the right but it is straight to Francisco Dorronsoro who takes it easily.
46'
Second half!
The referee blows his whistle and it's the home side who get us underway this time.
FC Goa dominate the half!
What a superb half of football if you are an FC Goa fan. They have enjoyed most of the ball possession and are well on course to take all three points. They lead by three goals, courtesy a deflection of Vinit Rai and a brace from Jackichand Singh. They were all over Odisha FC and found the opener when Edu Bedia's free kick went into the back of the net after a deflection from Vinit Rai. 3 minutes later Jackichand Singh doubled the lead. Though there was some confusion as to whether Ferran Corominas, who was off side, was involved in the play or not. In the 27th minute Jackichand was once again in action as he slotted home from Hugo Boumous low cross to put the half in the bed. Odisha FC thought they had an equaliser when Manuel Onwu slotted home but the linesman had his flag up for off side. Those 6 frantic minutes have made it very difficult for Odisha FC to take anything from this game. But as they say anything can happen in a football game, so this match is not over yet. Can Odisha FC forge a miraculous comeback or will FC Goa maintain their lead?
45'
Half time
The referee blows the whistle and brings an end to the first half.
45'
Added time
2 minutes have been added on at the end of the 45 minutes.
45'
Another corner
One more corner for FC Goa. This time it is whipped into the box by Edu Bedia but he has hit it with a lot of power and Odisha FC have no problem dealing with that.
39'
Showing some fight
After being on the back foot for the majority of this half, the home side is having a bit more of the ball but they are unable to make Mohammad Nawaz work and are struggling to find that final ball.
33'
Off side
The home side thought they had pulled one back but the linesman has his flag up for offside. Vinit Rai plays a through ball from the centre to the right. Xisco Hernandez leaves it smartly for Manuel Onwu who slots it home first time but the linesman feels he has made his run a bit early and raises the flag up for off side. Odisha FC still trail by 3.
32'
Mishit
Jackichand Singh gets the ball on the right, don't know whether he was trying to shoot from there for his hat-trick or trying to cross it first time but it connects with his shin and goes out for a goal kick.
27'
GOALLL!!!
FC Goa have tripled their lead in no time here and once again it's Jackichand Singh. A quickfire brace for him and it looks like Odisha FC are out of this game already. Hugo Boumous gets the ball on the left, he dashes forward with it and drills in at the far post towards Jackichand Singh who slots it home. Odisha FC falling like a pack of cards here.
27'
Goal
Goal - FC Goa : JACKI
24'
GOALLL!!!
A bit of confusion but in the end the referee has awarded a goal here. FC Goa have doubled their lead. Brandon Fernandes plays a through ball on the left to find Mandar Rao Dessai. He dashes with it and then pulls it back inside the box to find Jackichand Singh who hits it first time and Ferran Corominas who is in an offside position looks to duck under it and does so. Francisco Dorronsoro cannot see the ball and it goes in. The assistant referee thinks it's offside but after having a word with the referee it has been awarded as a goal.
24'
Goal
Goal - FC Goa : JACKI
21'
GOALLL!!!
FC Goa have broken the deadlock and taken the lead they very well deserve. Out of all the things, it is an own goal which gives them the lead. Edu Bedia takes the free kick, Vinit Rai tries to head it but his deflection sees the ball go in the back of his own net. Francisco Dorronsoro cannot do anything because he is wrong-footed and cannot even move. It has been awarded as an own goal.
22'
Own Goal
Own Goal - FC Goa : VINIT
19'
Dominance
FC Goa enjoying lion's share of possession and keeping the home side on the back foot. The good thing for Odisha FC is that the scores are level.
16'
Vital tackle
Narayan Das with a very crucial sliding tackle. Carlos Pena squares it up to Hugo Boumous on the left flank, Boumous then looks to play the through ball back to Pena but Narayan Das puts in a sliding tackle and puts the ball out for a corner.
14'
Midfield tussle
The ball is played on the middle of the park now. Both teams are concentrating on getting the possession of the ball and playing it around. Let's see which team breaks away.
9'
Good skill
Great turn, great touch but the shot is blocked by Mohammad Dhot. Edu Bedia plays the corner short, Brandon Fernandes whips the cross inside the box. Hugo Boumous takes a touch off his chest, turns and then hits it on target but it hits Mohammad Dhot's leg and goes out for another corner. The resulting corner is dealt with by the home side.
7'
Headed away
Mandar Rao Dessai plays a short corner to Jackichand Singh who plays it back to Mandar. He then whips it inside the box but Gaurav Bora heads it out of harm's way.
6'
Corner
First corner of the game and it has gone to the away side. Seriton Fernandes tries to whip the cross in from the left but Diawandou Diagne blocks it and sends it out for another corner. Nothing comes out of it either.
4'
Off target
Edu Bedia gets the ball outside the box. He tries his luck to test the keeper but he drags his shot well wide from the goal.
1'
Kick off
The away side gets us underway for the first half. They will be attacking from left to right.
Toss
FC Goa win the toss and decide to start the half.
National Anthem
Both sets of players walk out to the middle for the Indian National Anthem.
FC Goa Playing XI
Mohammad Nawaz (GK), Mourtada Fall, Seriton Fernandes, Carlos Pena, Hugo Boumous, Brandon Fernandes, Mandar Rao Dessai (C), Lenny Rodrigues, Edu Bedia, Jackichand Singh, Ferran Corominas.
Odisha FC Playing XI
Francisco Dorronsoro (GK), Mohammad Dhot, Gaurav Bora, Narayan Das (C), Diawandou Diagne, Xisco Hernandez, Martin Guedes, Vinit Rai, Jerry Mawihmingthanga, Daniel Lalhlimpuia, Manuel Onwu.
Can FC Goa breach the fortress?
Match 69 of the Indian Super League sees FC Goa visit Bhubaneshwar to meet Odisha FC, with the former aiming to go top of the points table. Odisha have not lost yet at their home ground but will face a tough task against the Gaurs. In the hosts' last game against Bengaluru FC, their defense came under the scanner as they lost 3-0. If they lose here too, they will be in danger of missing out on the play-offs. They will be aiming for victory over the Gaurs and move further away from Mumbai City FC on 5th spot. Odisha FC though are not short of problems as Aridane Santana has been ruled out of the tournament due to a serious injury while Marcos Tebar is also injured. They have loaned in Manuel Onwu from Bengaluru and they would hope that if he plays, he comes good. Their midfield is bolstered by the return of Vinit Rai. Their defence looks suspect with Shubham Sarangi and Carlos Delgado suspended. FC Goa, on the other hand, won their last game against Kerala Blasters FC. If they win this, they will move to the top of the table. Their attacking duo has worked wonders with Ferran Corominas and Hugo Boumous doing a fantastic job. They have been dealt a heavy blow though as midfield metronome Ahmed Jahouh has been suspended for this game. These two sides have met once before and it was FC Goa who came out trumps. Will they repeat it or will Odisha FC roar in Bhubaneshwar again?