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The strong squad of Jamshedpur FC put up a brilliant all-rounder performance against Hyderabad FC in the 10th match of Indian Super League season six. The hosting team Jamshedpur FC cruised past the Hyderabad squad with a close margin of 3-1 on Tuesday at JRD Tata Sports Complex with the help of the 50th goal of Sergio Castel for Jamshedpur.

Right from the beginning of the game, the hosts ensured one thing very clearly that they would not slip this match away from their hands and eventually their hard work was paid off. It was star footballer Farukh Choudhary who opened an account for the Jamshedpur squad first at 34th minute of the first half. However, this was not enough to break the confidence of visitors as Hyderabad’s Marcelinho was also sounded with an opener at the stroke of the half-time whistle. As a result, Hyderabad FC bounced back in the game and leveled the scores with 1-1 before the second half.

Restless hosts then doubled their efforts to extend the lead in the neck-to-neck battle and finally got the success as brilliant forward Ankit Jadhav fired a powerful shot at 62nd minute to widen the gap between both the squads. In this way, Jamshedpur FC earned its second goal. At last, when only 15 minutes were left on the clock for the finals whistle Sergio Castel came forward to mark the winning goal for his team at 75th minute and Jamshedpur FC declared winners of the match against Hyderabad FC last night.

There is no doubt in saying that the match in Jamshedpur was no less than any fest for all the Indian football fans across the world.

Here’s check out the interesting match highlights of the nail-biting battle between hosting team Jamshedpur FC and hapless opponents Hyderabad FC at Indian Super League 2019:

With this comfortable win, Jamshedpur FC has now climbed up to the top-ranked position of current Indian Super League points table with as many as six points in the kitty. While on the other hand, Hyderabad FC has moved down to the last position in the recent standings along with zero points in account.

Jamshedpur FC will next take on the defending champions Bengaluru FC on November 3rd at the home ground of JRD Tata Sports Complex. While Hyderabad FC will test their fortunes against yellow brigades Kerala Blasters on November 2nd at the home ground of Ganti Mohana Chandra Balayogi Athletic Stadium, Hyderabad.