🇮🇳 ISL 2020/21 Season- Matchday 4- Previews, Match Results, Discussions

Full Time: Mumbai City FC 2-0 Odisha football club

Bartholomew Ogbeche, Rowllin Borges help Mumbai go top with third straight win!


Angulo Double Earns Goa 3-1 Win Over Kerala

A first win for FC Goa! (WDLD) - 5th Place now
Kerala Blasters yet to win (LDDL) - 9th Place on the table


Highlights - Mumbai City FC 2-0 Odisha FC - Match 18 | Hero ISL 2020-21

Another dominant performance from Mumbai City FC meant a tough time for Odisha FC. Sergio Lobera’s side turned up the heat from the start of the game and took a commanding 2-0 lead before the break. A penalty from Bartholomew Ogbeche and a Rowllin Borges header secured a third straight win for the Islanders.


Highlights - FC Goa 3-1 Kerala Blasters - Match 19 | Hero ISL 2020-21

FC Goa picked up their first win of #HeroISL 2020-21 by defeating Kerala Blasters 3-1. Igor Angulo netted a brace and Jorge Ortiz too got his name on the scoresheet for the Gaurs while Vicente Gomez’s header was relegated to a consolation one.


Hero of the Match - FC Goa vs Kerala Blasters

A classy performance in the middle of the park by Lenny Rodrigues :clap: :clap:


Match 20: Jamshedpur FC vs ATK Mohun Bagan

Winless Jamshedpur FC face a tough challenge against unbeaten ATK Mohun Bagan tonight at the end of Round 4.

JFC Coach is confident ahead of the game!



Overall Head To Head - ATK- OFC (Total: 6 | Wins - JFC: 1, ATK: 3 , Draws: 2)

Recent Head-to-Head form - ATK-JFC

JFC vs ATK: 0-3

ATK vs JFC: 3-1

ATK vs JFC: 2-1

JFC vs ATK: 1-1

ATK vs JFC: 0-1

2019 Recap

Top 3 goalscorers: JFC

Sergio Castel - 9

Noe Acosta - 3

Piti - 1

Top 3 goalscorers: ATK

Roy Krishna - 15

David Williams - 7

Edu Garcia - 6

Top 3 goalscorers: Mohun Bagan (I-League)

Papa Diawara - 10

Francisco Gonzalez Munoz - 10

Joseba Beitia - 3

Clean sheets:

JFC: 2

ATK: 5

Mohun Bagan (I-League): 8


Jamshedpur secure 2-1 win over ATK Mohun Bagan :clap: :clap:

Nerijus Valskis’ brace gave Jamshedpur FC its first win of the season. A first defeat for Antonio Habas’ ATK Mohun Bagan. Valskis’ 4th and 5th goals of the season was proof of Jamshedpur’s defence but ATKMB can never be counted out.


Looks like Coach Owen stayed true to his belief! Way to go team! :facepunch:


Jamshedpur FC 2-1 ATK Mohun Bagan: Nerijus Valskis brace ends Mariners’ all-win run

Jamshedpur defeated ATK Mohun 2-1 and ended the Kolkata-based club’s winning start to the season at the Tilak Maidan Stadium on Monday.

Nerijus Valskis picked up a brace (30’, 66’) to give Jamshedpur a two-goal lead before Roy Krishna’s goal (80’) set up a nervy end to the game.

Owen Coyle made two changes to the Jamshedpur lineup from their last match. Rehenesh TP and William Lalnunfela replaced Amarjit Singh and Pawan Kumar.

Antonio Habas too altered ATK Mohun Bagan’s winning combination. Bradden Inman, Glan Martins and Edu Garcia replaced Javier Hernandez, Jayesh Rane and Manvir Singh.

The Men of Steel moved up to the seventh position on the league table after the win with five points from four games, while the Mariners’ position remains unchanged.


Jamshedpur FC registered their first win of Hero ISL 2020-21 by defeating ATK Mohun Bagan 2-1. Nerijus Valskis scored a brace to put Owen Coyle’s men 2-0 up before Roy Krishna scored a consolation goal for his side. Despite the late drama, Jamshedpur FC held on to inflict the first defeat of the season on ATK Mohun Bagan.

Highlights - Jamshedpur FC 2-1 ATK Mohun Bagan - Match 20 | Hero ISL 2020-21

Hero of the Match Award - Nerijus Valskis (JFC)

Winning Pass of the Match award - Aitor Monroy (JFC)

Post Match Presentation - Jamshedpur FC 2-1 ATK Mohun Bagan - Match 20


Jamshedpur’s Owen Coyle: Roy Krishna’s goal shouldn’t have been counted

Jamshedpur head coach Owen Coyle said that the goal from Krishna was clearly offside and shouldn’t have been counted. The former Chennaiyin coach also mentioned that his team should have been 2-0 up in the encounter.

What are your opinions on this? Was Krishna in an offside position? :thinking:


This is a clear offside! Owen is right - Roy Krishna’s goal shouldn’t have been counted

Refereeing has been wrong in almost all matches until now and it needs to be better in the tournament.

Check the highlights 4:46 to 4:55 in the above video.


Does seem a clear offside but what I am not able to understand is - why was this not clear to the referee? :thinking:

Not being a football expert, I am wondering : Does this particular positioning of players fall under any exception to the offside rule? :thinking: Just trying to understand.