Jamshedpur FC10th in Indian Super League
Jamshedpur FC finished their season on a high and dealt a potentially fatal blow to Odisha FC's playoff chances.
Bart Ogbeche scored a brace, while Ritwik Das, Harry Sawyer and Daniel Chukwu scored for Jamshedpur FC.
Ritwik Das and Daniel Chukwu were on target as Jamshedpur went within three points of East Bengal FC on the league table.
Mumbai City FC extended their unbeaten streak in the ISL to a record-breaking 16 games
Mumbai City, Hyderabad, Bengaluru FC, ATK Mohun Bagan, Kerala Blasters and Odisha FC have confirmed their spots
Bengaluru climbed to seventh in the ISL table, a point behind Goa in the final playoff spot, while Jamshedpur remain tenth.
Harry Sawyer and Ritwik Das completed the comeback after Cleiton Silva's opener.
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Peter Hartley was sent off for the visitors in the incident that led to a penalty being awarded.
This is the first time in their short history that the Blasters have nabbed four league wins on the trot.
East Bengal's third win of the season pushes them up to eighth place with nine points from eight games.
Odisha staged a stunning comeback from two goals down to win 4-2.
Goals from Iker Guarrotxena, Noah Sadaoui and Brison Fernandes helped FC Goa ease past Jamshedpur FC.
Peter Hartley scored the only goal as NorthEast United recorded their worst ever start to an ISL season.
Mumbai took the lead with Lallianzuala Chhangte, Jamshedpur equalised soon after through Daniel Chima Chukwu.
FC Goa ended their six-game winless run at the Vivekananda Yuba Bharati Krirangan Stadium with a 2-1 win over East Bengal.
Odisha scored twice in the 88th and 91st minutes to take home all three points from their opening ISL match.
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