Mumbai City prevails over Chennaiyin 6-2 after playing a incredible match. HIGHLIGHTS

CHENNAI. Mumbai City prevails over Chennaiyin 6-2 after playing a incredible match.

Mumbai City prevails over Chennaiyin 6-2 after playing a incredible match. HIGHLIGHTS

CHENNAI. Mumbai City prevails over Chennaiyin 6-2 after playing a incredible match. Mumbai City was vastly superior in terms of ball possession (63%) and that was among the factors of its victory.​

The match was played at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium stadium in Chennai on Saturday and it started at 7:30 pm local time. The referee was Ashwin Mohanlal Kanojia. The weather was drizly. The temperature was hot at 26 degrees Celsius or 78.78 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 94%.​

Match Statistics​

  • ! 38 Ball Possession 62
Shots
  • 7 Total 18
  • 3 On Target 11
  • 4 Off Target 7
  • 3 Shots blocked 3
  • 94 Attack 97
  • 46 Dangerous attack 60
  • 113 Ball safe​ 120
  • 0 Penalties 1
  • 4 Corners 7
  • 1 Off Sides 1
Fouls
  • 4 Total 8
  • 2 Yellow Cards 1
  • 0 Double Yellow 0
  • 0 Red Card 0
Other
  • 5 Substitutions 5

Ball possession

Mumbai City had a strong ball possession 63% while Chennaiyin was struggling with a 37% ball possession.

Attitude and shots

Mumbai City was putting more pressure with 60 dangerous attacks and 18 shots of which 11 were on target. This is one of the reasons why Mumbai City won the encounter.​

Chennaiyin shot 7 times, 3 on target, 4 off target. On the other side, Mumbai City shot 18 times, 11 on target, 7 off target.

Cards

Chennaiyin received 2 yellow cards (F. Diagne and D. Majumder). Talking about the opposition, Mumbai City received 1 yellow card (R. Griffiths).

Match Timeline

P. Sliskovic(goal)
20'
N. El Khayati(goal)
32'
34'
J. Pereyra Diaz(goal)
F. Diagne- Yellow
43'
D. Majumder- Yellow
45'
45'
G. Stewart(penalty)
46'
V. Rai- sub ->Apuia
46'
V. Dakshinamurthy- sub ->M. Desai
49'
V. Rai(goal)
60'
V. Dakshinamurthy(goal)
M. S. Dhot- sub ->R. Ali
62'
V. Barretto- sub ->P. Karuthadathkuni
62'
62'
A. Noguera- sub ->J. Pereyra Diaz
65'
A. Noguera(goal)
68'
M. Fall- sub ->A. Jahouh
S. S. Pasha- sub ->A. Thapa
74'
J. Jobby- sub ->N. El Khayati
74'
E. Vanspaul- sub ->A. Kumar
81'
84'
S. Stalin- sub ->R. Bheke
90'
B. Singh(goal)
90'
R. Griffiths- Yellow

Standings

After playing this encounter, Chennaiyin will stay with 7 points to soar in the 7th place. Talking about the opposition, Mumbai City will have 12 points to hold in the 2nd place.

Next matches

In the next match in the Indian Super League, Chennaiyin will host NorthEast United on the 24th of February with a 6-5 head to head in favor of NorthEast United (5 draws).

Mumbai City will host East Bengal on the 19th of February with a 3-0 head to head record in favor of Mumbai City (1 draw).

Chennaiyin – Formation

Chennaiyin
G
D. Majumder 24.India
6.1
45'
D
F. Diagne 3.Senegal
6.3
43'
D
A. Sangwan 27.India
6.6
D
A. Kumar 13.India
6.3
81'
D
J. Düker 26.Germany
6.0
M
A. Thapa 15.India
6.5
74'
M
Y. Singh 37.India
6.4
M
6.2
62'
M
R. Ali 11.India
6.5
62'
F
A. El Khayati 33.Netherlands
7.1
74' Goals32'
F
P. Slišković 9.Croatia
7.2
Goals20'
Substitutes
G
D. Dabas 35.India
D
M. Dhot 5.India
6.6
62'
D
E. Vanspaul 8.India
81'
M
S. Bag 19.India
M
M. Rafique 20.India
M
S. Das 18.India
F
V. Barretto 47.India
6.9
62'
F
J. Justin 23.India
6.5
74'
F
S. Pasha 42.India
6.8
74'

Chennaiyin started with a conservative line-up (4-4-2).

The manager Thomas Brdarić decided to play with the following team: Debjit Majumder (6.1), Ajith Kumar (6.3), Fallou Diagne (6.3), Julius Düker (6.0), Aakash Sangwan (6.6), Prasanth Karuthadathkuni (6.2), Yumkhaibam Jiteshwor Singh (6.4), Anirudh Thapa (6.5), Rahim Ali (6.5), Abdenasser El Khayati (7.1) and Petar Slišković (7.2).

The home team had on the bench: Edwin Sydney Vanspaul, Jobby Justin (6.5), Sourav Das, Syed Suhail Pasha (6.8), Vincy Barretto (6.9), Mohammad Dhot (6.6), Sajal Bag, Devansh Dabas and Mohammed Rafique.

Substitutions

Chennaiyin made 5 changes: R. Ali for M. S. Dhot (62′), P. Karuthadathkuni for V. Barretto (62′), A. Thapa for S. S. Pasha (74′), N. El Khayati for J. Jobby (74′) and A. Kumar for E. Vanspaul (81′).

Best player: Petar Slišković​

As per our analysis, the most impressive player for Chennaiyin was Petar Slišković.

His rating is (7.2) with 1 goal, 10 passes (80% accurate) and 1 key pass.

Mumbai City – Formation

Mumbai City
G
P. Lachenpa 1.India
6.3
D
R. Griffiths 18.Australia
7.0
90'
D
R. Bheke 2.India
6.7
84'
D
M. Desai 17.India
7.0
46'
D
M. Singh 5.India
6.8
M
A. Jahouh 10.Morocco
7.2
68'
M
L. Lalengmawia 45.India
6.7
46'
M
G. Stewart 24.Scotland
7.8
Goals45'
F
J. Pereyra Díaz 30.Argentina
7.4
62' Goals34'
F
T. Singh 29.India
7.4
Goals90'
F
L. Chhangte 7.India
6.7
Substitutes
G
B. Roy 22.India
D
S. Stalin 15.India
84'
D
7.5
46' Goals60'
D
M. Fall 25.Senegal
6.9
68'
M
V. Rai 16.India
6.9
46' Goals49'
M
R. Borges 14.India
M
A. Noguera 8.Spain
7.5
62' Goals65'
F
A. Chhikara 28.India
F
V. Singh 6.India

Mumbai City started with a aggressive line-up (4-3-3).

Des Buckingham played with: Phurba Tempa Lachenpa (6.3), Rahul Bheke (6.7), Rostyn Griffiths (7.0), Mehtab Singh (6.8), Mandar Rao Desai (7.0), Apuia (6.7), Ahmed Jahouh (7.2), Greg Stewart (7.8), Lallianzuala Chhangte (6.7), Jorge Pereyra Díaz (7.4) and Th. Bipin Singh (7.4).

They had on the bench: Vinit Rai (6.9), Rowllin Borges, Sanjeev Stalin, Vignesh Dakshinamurthy (7.5), Alberto Noguera (7.5), Mourtada Fall (6.9), Ayush Chhikara, Vikram Pratap Singh and Bhaskar Roy.

Mumbai City could not rely on the presence of S. Stalin (injured).

Substitutions

Mumbai City made 5 changes: Apuia for V. Rai (46′), M. Desai for V. Dakshinamurthy (46′), J. Pereyra Diaz for A. Noguera (62′), A. Jahouh for M. Fall (68′) and R. Bheke for S. Stalin (84′).

Best player: Greg Stewart​

The player that probably impressed the most for Mumbai City was Greg Stewart.

His rating is (7.8) with 1 goal, 45 passes (80% accurate) and 1 key pass. He was won 4 duels out of 8. He performed 6 crosses.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the Indian Super League.​