Odisha FC gets emphatic victory over SC East Bengal, wins by 6-4

On Tuesday’s thriller match of Hero ISL, Odisha FC beat SC East Bengal by 6-4 at the Tilka Maidan in Vasco, Goa. Despite this the head coach of Odisha FC wasn’t happy with his team’s performance in this match, as he felt that his team need to improve their defending in order to challenge the top teams of the league

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On Tuesday, a thrilling match was played between Odisha FC and SC East Bengal, where both the teams played to bag their first 3 points in Hero Indian Super League (ISL). At 13 minutes passed a long throw taken by Raju Gaikwad reached Darren Sideol just inside the box who make a clear solid finished on it in the top right corner of the goalpost and with this Sc East Bengal was able to open their account on today’s match.

As the 30-minute mark passed, the equalizing goal came from Hector Rodas’s header into the net from Javi’s free-kick, which they conceive for the foul made by SC East Bengal. Again, a goal from Hector Rodas for his team with his thumping header on the 40th minute. 45 minutes, the team Odisha set fire on the field with another goal shot by Javi Hernandez as an increment in their account, 3-1 end of the first half.

The second half of the match begins and ends with the same level of entertainment as the first one. Odisha FC made 1st change at the start of 2nd half of Gaurav with Thoiba. 58-minute triple substitution came from SC East Bengal, as Daniel Chima, Tomislav Mrcela and Amarjit Kiyam join the team inside the field. Hira Mondal received a yellow card for a tackle on Jerry. Here comes the 4th goal on Odisha’s account from the stunning free-kick of Aridai Cabrera at 71 minutes. Isaac substituted in place of Jerry on the 77th minute. Back-to-back goals by both the teams with the difference of a couple of minutes, first on 80min for SC East Bengal by Thongkhosiem which was a deficit reduce until Odisha did the second one on 82nd by the young player (20yrs old) Isaka Ralte, who gave no chance to the opponent keeper. Another two goals from Daniel Chimatakese the scoreline to 5-4. And the final team goal by Odisha from Friday.

From trailing behind to a comfortable lead, Odisha FC wins the match against SC East Bengal 6-4. But still, that couldn’t please their coach, as he want improvement in his team’s defence to give a better fight to top teams of this league.