ISL 2020-21 Chennaiyin FC vs NorthEast United FC Live Update: NorthEast United FC trail 2-3 fight Chennaiyin FC because they want to return to the Top 4 in Indian Super League (ISL) 2020-21 at Match No. 98 at the GMC Stadium in Bambolim, Goa, Thursday. Chennaiyin FC scored consecutive goals via Lanzarote penalty and Chhangte goal to regain the lead. Deshorn Brown scored NorthEast United FC’s second goal before half-time. Imran Khan scores a header to equalize for NorthEast United FC. Lallianzuala Chhangte, with a brilliant finish, gave Chennaiyin FC the edge. NorthEast United FC is without Gallego, who is sidelined with a hamstring injury. NorthEast United FC, now placed in fifth place on the points table, will be eyeing the race for the playoffs. Chennaiyin FC, on the other hand, is out of the race for the playoffs and will only be playing for pride. Follow all live updates of Chennaiyin FC vs NorthEast United FC on the News18 Sports blog.
Chennaiyin FC and NorthEast United FC last played each other on 13 December with the match ending in a goalless draw. Both NEUFC and CFC took 12 shots each in the game but Chennaiyin had four shots on target compared to two from NEUFC. Chennaiyin FC had more possession and much more control of the game but were unable to take their chances.
Csaba Laszlo’s Chennaiyin FC has a goal conversion ratio of at least 5.55, highlighting how wasteful they are on offense. He gave an honest conclusion about his team’s campaign. “Every team has its ups and downs and not every season is perfect. I think this season we have a lot of good things. But it’s not too fantastic and not too positive especially in attack. It (Northeast) will be a tough game. They have signed up. that’s good especially foreigners. And in this game we see if we get a chance or not but our target is to win this game. Our concern is to play successful football and score goals. We got into the game our way against Goa and this is the target. us, “said Laszlo, whose team has not won in their last seven games.
Highlanders assistant coach Alison Kharsyntiew urged his team not to take their opponents lightly. “We just need to control them, dictate the game and not give them time with the ball and space to operate.” We have to be calm, calm and concentrate on our game. “At the same time we have to show aggression, we have to play with intensity and 100 per cent effort to win games,” he said.