90+3‘ The match is heading towards a tame draw. Mumbai get a chance towards the dying minutes of the game and the ball is cleared by the defense. Anelka’s free kick is cleared and Aguilera’s effort is fired wide. That is the end of the contest and the team take a share of the spoils.
86‘ Anelka’s free kick flies over the bar. Mumbai still have possession.
84′ Mumbai win a free kick outside the area as Subash’s shot comes off his hand. There is plenty of dialogue and jostling happening in the area. Didier Zokora is given a yellow card for haggling with the referee.
78′ What a save from Arindham!! Kuttymani did ever so well to latch on to a cross from Subhash, which he chested down and shot straight at the keeper, which was parried away in a flash. The Pune goalie’s positioning and reflexes were top notch.
73‘ More offside calls and less chances. Mumbai need to do more to open up the Pune defense. Out of nowhere though, space opens up for Mutu and his shot is a quality one and Subrata Paul leaps to punch the ball over the bar! The best shot of the match!
65′ After a prolonged spell of wasteful possession, Tuncay runs behind the Mumbai backline, only to be flagged offside. Kalu Uche comes on!
58′ Piquionne comes up with a better attempt at goal. The ball was sent flying in from deep and the towering striker heads the ball narrowly wide of the post. At the other end, Tuncay too, comes close but the ball was fizzing wide.
53′ Piqiuonne battling with Mutu for the battle of faltering in the final third. When will Chettri come on from the bench? Here again, Anelka mistimes his jump after a cross was floated in from the left.
47′ Mutu continues to fire blanks but his most recent attempt was much better. He latches on to a knock-down from Tuncay and smashes one goalwards. It misses the left post by three inches.
A rather tame first half with a lot of action but little to show at both ends. Can things get better in the second half?
43′ More action at both ends and keeping in mind the theme of the contest so far, the defenses have stood firm in the territory and the shots on target have been few and far between. Jairu goes off the field for some treatment now.
38′ Jairu storms down the left flank and delvers a cross into the box. The ball is shot straight to the keeper by Mutu in what was a rather poor effort from the striker.
35′ Mumbai have found their rhythm going in this phase of the game while only time will tell how much Subash’s miss will affect proceedings. Ashutosh is down on the ground and the medics rush on to the field for treatment.
26‘ What a miss!!! Subhash Singh won’t get a better chance in the tournament. The forward did superbly to press up front and and take the ball away from Ashutosh. The keeper is helplessly on the ground and Subash had the entire net in front of him. Alas, he hit the side-netting.
23′ Subash Singh brings some energy on the left with a couple of fancy stepovers. There is noone to pick out his cross in the box. The ball is still with Mumbai and Piquionne lets one fly, 30 yards from the right and the ball is well over.
20‘ Mumbai are still struggling to create chances while Pune have the lion’s share of possession but falter at the final hurdle.
17′ It is Pune who are calling the shots in midfield but yet again, falter at the edge of the area. There was confusion, almost embarrassing at that when Tuncay thought Mutu was making an overlap on his right. The Romanian went to his left .
12‘ Both sides have resorted to long balls and the play is sterile and devoid of creativity. Jairu cuts in on the left to delivers a cross but it is cleared by the defense.
10‘ Piquionne made a run at the edge of the area with the ball at his feet but Johnson held firm to smuggle the ball. Mumbai get back the ball but have little direction in midfield, which is packed with players from both sides.
8‘ Both sides are having a good spell on the ball but opportunities have been few and far between. Pune are enjoying more time on the ball than the home side, who are content in playing on the counter.
The lineups are out:
Pune: Moirangthem, Zokora, Johnson, Bailey, Mutu, Gurjinder, Sanli, Sushanth, Shorey, Jairu, Arindam
Substitutions: Colotto, Manish, Ruiz, Uche, Jackichand, Gurung, Lyngdoh, Simonsen, Verhoek, Thapa, Fanai
Mumbai: Subrata, Ashutosh, Bustos, Piquionne, Benachour, Subash, Keegan, Brandon, Cmovs, Anelka, O’Dea
Substitutions: Debnath, Rowilson, Chhetri, Aguilera, Shirodhkar, Aitor, Saran, Fanai, Debjit, Kuttymani, Albino
Mumbai City FC vs FC Pune City 36th Match Live Streaming Hero Indian Super League 2015
- Event: Indian Super League 2015
- Teams: Mumbai City FC vs FC Pune City 36th Match
- Date: 13th November 2015
- Time: 19:00 IST
- Venue: Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Chennai
- Home team: Mumbai City FC
- Away team: FC Pune City
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Mumbai City FC vs FC Pune City 36th Match Prediction
- Mumbai City FC: 45%
- FC Pune City: 36%
- Draw: 19%
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Mumbai City FC vs FC Pune City 36th Match Teams
Mumbai City FC Full Squad
Coach: Marco Materazzi.
Goalkeepers : Subrata Paul, Debjit Majumder, Albino Gomes.
Defenders: Frantz Bertin, Ashutosh Mehta, Darren O’Dea, Keegan Pereira, Pavel Cmov, Kingshuk Debnath, Rowilson Rodrigues, Aitor Fernandez Lopez.
Midfielders: Juan Aguilera, Cristian Bustos, Selim Benachour, Pratesh Shirodkar, Andre Moritz, Brandon Fernandes, Gabriel Fernandes, Lalrindika Ralte, Lalchhuanmawia Fanai, Sampath Kuttymani.
Forwards: Frederic Piquionne, Sunil Chhetri, Subhash Singh, Nicolas Anelka, Sony Norde.
FC Pune City Squad
Coach: David Platt.
Goalkeepers: Arindham Bhattacharya, Steve Simonsen, Lalit Thapa.
Defenders: Govin Singh, Diego Colotto, Roger Johnson, Pritam Kotal, Dharmaraj Ravanan, Gurjinder Kumar, Gouramangi Singh, Nicky Shorey.
Midfielders: Didier Zokora, Manish Maithani, James Bailey, Israil Gurung, Eugeneson Lyngdoh, Sushanth Matthew, Bikash Jairu, Lenny Rodrigues, Fanai Lalrempuia.
Forwards: Yendrick Ruiz, Kalu Uche, Adrian Mutu, Jackichand Singh, Tuncay Sanli, Wesley Verhoek.