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Jamshedpur FC ride on Priori stunner to remain in top four

DNMUM407507 | 2/11/2018 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :302

INDIAN SUPER LEAGUE

Mumbai: A brilliant overhead kick by Wellington Priori gave Jamshedpur FC a crucial 1-0 victory against NorthEast United FC in an Indian Super League match in Jamshedpur on Saturday that kept them in the top four spot in the points table. Steve Coppell’s side have now won three matches in a row at home and occupy the third spot with 25 points, the same as second-placed FC Pune City who have a better goal-difference and have a match in hand. Priori’s incredible goal came in the 50th minute. It was a long throw in from Izu Azuka which found Wellington in the box. He controlled it with his thigh and then executed the perfect overhead kick to give his team the lead. The strike is certainly one of the best of the season and over
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