In the 36th league match of Hero Indian Super League (ISL) 2021-22, Bengaluru FC’s team is still waiting for their second win. In the football match played at the GMC Athletic Stadium in Bambolin on Monday, the Bengaluru FC team faced the in-form Jamshedpur FC, which the Bengaluru team managed to hold on to a goalless draw. On the other hand, Jamshedpur FC, who secured one point from a goalless draw with Bengaluru FC, has moved up to the second position in the points table.
Scottish coach Owen Coyle’s team has 12 points from seven matches with three wins and three draws. At the same time, Bengaluru remains at the tenth position among the eleven teams with six points from eight matches. This was their third draw of the season and they have only one win in their account. It was a consolation for German coach Marco Pezziauoli that Bengaluru FC was able to keep a clean sheet after eleven matches as they were scoring consistently in the previous matches.
At the same time, this is the first time in this season that Jamshedpur FC’s team has failed to score a goal in a match. Thus the match was goalless as both the teams failed to score. However, Jamshedpur’s team was more aggressive. Its players repeatedly tested Bengaluru goalkeeper captain Gurpreet Singh Sandhu. On a few occasions, Jamshedpur’s team could not convert Sandhu’s mistakes into goals.