Player Ratings – India vs Bangladesh



Anisur Rahman Zico – 6

Anisur didn’t have much to do until the second half. He couldn’t save the shots from Sunil Chhetri in the final stage of the game which made him lose the clean sheet and the game.

Rahmat Mia – 5.5

Rahmat played decent in the left-back position but got an early yellow card at the 34th minute due to a reckless challenge.

Topu Barman – 6.5

Topu played well in the defence alongside his centre-back partner Riyadul Hasan, they let India score only two goals despite too many attacking plays and shots from the Indian team.

Riyadul Hasan – 6.5

The centre-back partner of Topu played well alongside Topu almost throughout the game, due to the goals in 79th and 90+2 minutes in the game from Chhetri they couldn’t keep their clean sheet which they worked hard for.

Tariq Kazi – 6

The right-back had a decent game, too, and was holding the Indian attack for a long time before they scored, he made some crucial blocks and interceptions and kept Bipin quiet on the left flank

Biplu Ahmed – 6

Biplu had a quiet game for a long time. The main talking point came in the 63rd minute when he made a reckless foul which got him a yellow card. He was subbed off for Abdullah just minutes after he committed the foul.

Manik Mollah – 6.5

Manik Mollah didn’t have much to do in the midfield but he put in a lot of defensive work in front of the centre backs .

Jamal Bhuyan – 6

It was a night to forget for the captain of Bangladesh as he contributed almost nothing to his team. He was frustrated after India’s first goal and made a poor tackle right after the game resumed, which got him a yellow.

Rakib Hossain – 6.5

Rakib Hossain looked shaky in the start after he got himself booked for a yellow card just after 90 seconds into the game. After getting the early yellow card he managed well to not get himself in the booked again for 70 minutes before he was subbed off for Mehdi Hasan.

Masuk Mia Zoni – 5

Masuk made no contribution to his team whatsoever in the first half an hour of the game, due to which he was subbed off very early in just the 34th minute of the game.

Mohammed Motin Mia – 5.5

Motin didn’t trouble the Indian defence at all in the whole game. The Bangladesh attackers had a really bad game where they had only two shots which didn’t trouble the Indian defence or the goalkeeper. The only threat for India came in the 77th minute where they managed to get two corners back-to-back but they failed to score.


Mohammad Ibrahim – 6.5

Mohhamed Abdullah – 5.5

Sumon Reza – 6

Mehadi Hasan – 5.5

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