Hyderabad FC defeated Jamshedpur FC 1-0 in their ninth edition of Indian Super League (ISL) on Wednesday . Mohammad Yasir scored the only goal of the game in the 48th minute to help the visitors win a 1-0 victory .
On Wednesday, Jamshedpur FC's bad start to the season continued when they were defeated by Hyderabad FC in the ninth edition of Indian Super League (ISL) at JRD Tata Complex in Jamshedpur.Jamshedpur were more than eager to win some points in front of their home fans after winning just four games in the first four matches, but Mohammad Yasir scored the only goal of the game in the 48th minute to help the visitors win a 1-0 victory.Hyderabad extended their lead at the top of the standings with a victory, and they are now the runaway leaders with 16 points from six matches.Jamshedpur, on the other hand, remains at the ninth position with four points.After being rationed by Bartholomew Ogbeche, Halicharan Narzary made a lovely run down the left and drilled it into the centre looking for Ogbeche.However, JFC captain Peter Hartley blocked it, but it went straight to Yasir, who fired the shot from the box out to the bottom right corner of the net.Jamshedpur goalkeeper TP Rehenesh made a full-length dive but couldn't get his hands to it as the ball crashed into the bottom of the post before heading in.Hyderabad continued to push hard to double their advantage after that point, but couldn't convert the chances. Despite the loss, Jamshedpur coach Aidy Boothroyd should be pleased with the team's form on the day.Boris Singh was a genius at making darting runs down the left that kept Hyderabad defenders on their toes.Boothroyd, on the other hand, would be disappointed with Daniel Chima Chukwu, who failed to score from a point-blank range in the 20th minute.A Hyderabad defender attempted to run it away after Jay Emmanuel Thomas throws it, but it was sent straight to Harry Sawyer, who was watching from the touchline on the right, who did well to return the ball back to Chukwu. Jamshedpur has a mountain to climb now after three losses in five matches.Hyderabad, on the other hand, will be aiming to maintain momentum when they face the Kerala Blasters at home.Boris had the first shot on goal in the second minute when he aimed it towards the left-bottom corner of the goal, but Hyderabad goalkeeper Gunther Hoskins kept it out with a full-stretched dive.In the 74th minute, he also had a decent opportunity, but the Hyderabad goalkeeper was not alarmed by Peter Hartleys shot.