Sanan made an immediate impact, becoming only the second teenager, after Aniket Jadhav, to score a goal for Jamshedpur FC in ISL history. His sixth-minute strike was the result of high pressing on the left flank, capitalizing on a defensive error and coolly slotting the ball into the net.

MBSG's response came in the 29th minute when they executed a well-rehearsed attacking move. Attacking midfielder Sahal Abdul Samad delivered a precise through-ball to Manvir Singh, who set up Armando Sadiku for the equalizer.

Jamshedpur's TP Rehenesh was sent off in the 68th minute

Liston Colaco extended MBSG's lead with a long-range strike in the 48th minute, catching the Jamshedpur defense off guard. However, Jamshedpur's TP Rehenesh was shown a red card in the 68th minute, reducing them to 10 men and giving MBSG the advantage. 

This situation was brilliantly exploited by Manvir Singh, who provided an assist for Kiyan Nassiri Giri to score the third goal.

Although Jamshedpur FC managed to pull one back with a penalty converted by Steve Ambri in the 86th minute, MBSG held their defensive lines to secure three crucial points. 

The match showcased the dynamic and unpredictable nature of ISL football, with young talents leaving their mark on the league.