Kerala vs NorthEast 2021-22 Indian Super League, Regular Season
- 62': Jorge Pereyra Díaz
- 70': Ayush Adhikari
- 82': Álvaro Vázquez
2 - 1
- 90'+6': Mohammed Irshad
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- 0': First Half begins.
- 15': Pragyan Sundar Gogoi (NorthEast United) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
- 45'+5': First Half ends, Kerala Blasters 0, NorthEast United 0.
- 47': Ayush Adhikari (Kerala Blasters) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
- 55': Subhasish Roy Chowdhury (NorthEast United) is shown the yellow card.
- 62': Goal! Kerala Blasters 1, NorthEast United 0. Jorge Pereyra (Kerala Blasters) header from very close range to the centre of the goal. Assisted by Harmanjot Khabra with a headed pass.
- 64': Substitution, NorthEast United. Provat Lakra replaces Joe Zoherliana.
- 64': Substitution, NorthEast United. Imran Khan replaces Pragyan Sundar Gogoi.
- 67': Jorge Pereyra (Kerala Blasters) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
- 67': Substitution, Kerala Blasters. Vincy Barretto replaces Sahal Abdul Samad.
- 70': Second yellow card to Ayush Adhikari (Kerala Blasters) for a bad foul.
- 74': Provat Lakra (NorthEast United) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
- 80': Substitution, NorthEast United. Deshorn Brown replaces Marco Sahanek.
- 80': Marco Sahanek (NorthEast United) is shown the yellow card.
- 82': Goal! Kerala Blasters 2, NorthEast United 0. Álvaro Vázquez (Kerala Blasters) right footed shot from more than 35 yards to the bottom left corner following a fast break.
- 85': Substitution, Kerala Blasters. Sandeep Singh replaces Jorge Pereyra.
- 88': Substitution, Kerala Blasters. Denechandra Meitei replaces Nishu Kumar.
- 88': Substitution, Kerala Blasters. Enes Sipovic replaces Hormipam Ruivah.
- 88': Substitution, NorthEast United. Gani Ahmed Nigam replaces Mashoor Shereef.
- 90'+6': Goal! Kerala Blasters 2, NorthEast United 1. Mohammed Irshad (NorthEast United) right footed shot from outside the box to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Hernán.
Venue: Tilak Maidan
Location: Vasco da Gama, Goa, India
Indian Super League Standings
|46||Mumbai City FC||20||4||2|
|34||ATK Mohun Bagan||20||4||6|
|0.3||On Target %||0.1|
|0||Penalty Kicks Taken||0|
|0.7||Pass Completion %||0.7|
|33||Accurate Long Balls||33|
|0.4||Long Balls %||0.5|
Kerala Blasters FC (4-4-2)
|13||Prabhsukhan Gill (GK)|
|30||Jorge Pereyra Díaz|
NorthEast United FC (4-3-3)
|1||Subhasish Roy (GK)|
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