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Indian Super Cup 2018: Mumbai City FC vs East Bengal, Player Ratings

Abhishek Naik
Modified 05 Apr 2018, 23:04 IST
Top 5 / Top 10

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Ubaid CK (6/10) - The East Bengal keeper was beaten by a stunning freekick goal in the first half of the match. He had a decent outing in the goal as he was confident in his saves and collections inside the box.

Lalram Chullova (6.5/10) - The right-back made a lot of attacking runs for the Kolkata side, proving to be an option in the attack. He supported his teammate Ralte well on the flank and was solid defensively as well.

Eduardo Ferreira (6.5/10) - The center-back for the 'Red and Golds' was tasked with marking Balwant Singh and did a great job nullifying his threat. He was strong in the air and won a lot of aerial duels at the back.

Gurwinder Singh (6/10) - Gurwinder Singh played alongside Ferreira and did a good job at keeping Balwant Singh and Emana quiet. He was involved in a lot of crucial interceptions.

Samad Mallick (6/10) - The left-back for the East Bengal side was active on the flank making a lot of overlapping runs into the Mumbai half. He did well defensively as well to keep the Mumbai attackers at bay.

Khalid Aucho (6.5/10) - The defensive midfielder from Uganda played just in front of the defence and was the enforcer in the middle of the park. He made a lot of tackles and broke up a lot of Mumbai City FC's plays.

Mahmoud Al-Amna (7.5/10) - The Syrian import was very effective in the center of midfield, as he threaded in a lot of balls for the attackers ahead. He got the second East Bengal goal in the 73rd minute of the match, when he smashed his effort into the roof of the net after latching onto a rebound.

Katsumi Yusa (8/10) - The Japanese midfielder was the most influential player on the pitch for the Kolkata giants and proved his importance when he scored the equalizing goal just four minutes after Emana's super strike.


Laldanmawia Ralte (6.5/10) - The pacey winger made a lot of menacing runs down the right flank and got the assist for the Yusa goal when his cross was headed in.

Cavin Lobo (5.5/10) - The skipper of East Bengal played behind the attackers and passed the ball well all around. He had a couple of long-range efforts on the Mumbai goal as well.

Dudu Omagbemi (6/10) - The Nigerian striker found it tough against a well-organized Mumbai defence. He did well to use his physical presence inside the box and was a target during setpieces but could not score past Amrinder Singh.


Joby Justin (1/10) - The striker came on in added time as Khalid Jamil used his substitution late in the match.

Published 05 Apr 2018, 23:04 IST
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