Indian Super Cup 2018: Minerva Punjab FC vs Jamshedpur FC - Player Ratings
Sanjiban Ghosh (8/10) - The Jamshedpur keeper made a lot of saves as Minerva tested him from freekicks. He commanded the goal superbly as he denied Chencho many times and kept Jamshedpur in the game. He saved a couple of kicks in the penalty shootout as well to clinch it for the ISL side.
Robin Gurung (6.5/10) - The right-back for the Jamshedpur side made a lot of attacking runs on the flank. He was good defensively as well and later shifted to the left flank after Raju was subbed off in the second half.
Anas Edathodika (6/10) - The central defender for the Jamshedpur FC marked Girik Khosla closely and did not allow the Minerva attacker much space in the box. He was good with his blocks and made a lot of crucial clearances.
Andre Bikey (6/10) - The Jamshedpur FC captain was the strongman in defence for the ISL side as he held his own against the dangerous Chencho inside the box. He won a lot of aerial duels as well and was an option during the setpieces for Jamshedpur FC.
Yumnam Raju (6/10) - The left-back was kept busy throughout the match by the pacey Minerva Punjab wingers. He even made attacking in-roads and put in good crosses into the box.
Memo Moura (5.5/10) - The defensive midfielder played alongside Priori and was strong in his tackles as he held the fort in the centre of the park for Jamshedpur.
Wellington Priori (6/10) - The lanky Brazilian played a deeper role today as he operated centrally ahead of the defence. He kickstarted the plays from the back and used his ball distribution skills well with a lot of diagonal balls.
Trindade Goncalves (5/10) - The attacking midfielder kept looking for the runs from his attackers up ahead. He took some long-range efforts on the goal but was unsuccessful in hitting the target.
Bikash Jairu (6.5/10) - The Indian international had the closest chance in the regulation time as his curling effort hit the post. He was effective on the flank whenever the Miners attacked and even put in good crosses into the box.
Farukh Choudhary (5.5/10) - The pacey winger was kept quiet by the compact Farukh Choudhary as he did not find much success with his runs into the box. He was substituted in the second half and replaced by Sumit Passi.
Kervens Belfort (5/10) - The former Kerala Blasters striker was the lone man ahead for the Jamshedpur FC side. He was wasteful in his chances and did not look threatening to the Minerva defence but was marked heavily.
Karan Amin (4/10) - The defender came on to replace Raju and slotted in at the right-back position for the final stretch of the game.
Sumit Passi (4/10) - The Indian international striker came on in place of Farukh Choudhary as Jamshedpur stepped up the attack to search for the goal.
Mehtab Hossain (4/10) - The veteran midfielder was put on in the extra time as Steve Coppell added defensive stability to his midfield.