Qatar vs India Player Ratings

Qatar vs India Player Ratings as Mehtab and Gurpreet Shine

Qatar vs India Summary

India took the lead 37 minutes after kick-off, with Lallianzuala Chhangte diverting Brandon Fernandes’s shot. However, the host came back in the second half to score two goals and overturn the table. The game was polluted with controversy following Qatar’s first goal.

The ball was left on the pitch, right on the right side of India’s goal net, when Al Hashmi Al Hussain moved it back in and Yousef Aymen slotted it into the net. Despite the Indian players coming toward the referee to protest, the goal stood, and Qatar eventually led 2-1 after Ahmed Al Rawi scored the second goal.

Qatar National Football Team Player Ratings Against India

Goalkeeper and defence

Shehab Ellethy (6.6/10)
Can only make one save throughout the first half. Ellethy was subbed off after the break.

Nabil Erfan (6.8/10)
He made two clearances and blocked one shot during 70 minutes of playing on the pitch.

Yousef Aymen (8.3/10)
Controversially scored Qatar’s first goal when the ball was initially out.

Al Hashmi Al Hussain (8/10)
Helped Aymen score by moving the ball from outside the line.


Mohamed Khaled Gouda (6.6/10)
During his 59-minute appearance, Gouda made two key passes from 30 touches.

Abdullah Al-Ahrak (7.4/10)
Touched the ball 77 times and delivered two key passes for his teammates.

Naif Al-Hadhrami (7/10)
Spending 90 minutes on the pitch to deliver 28 successful passes out of 34 attempts.

Hazem Shehata (6.7/10)
Playing down the flank to provide the ball for Qatar’s forwards.


Ahmed Al Ganehi (6.7/10)
In the first half, he could only deliver one shot that went off-target.

Ibrahim Mohammad Al Hassan (7.3/10)
Delivered one assist for Qatar’s second goal and both of his shot attempts went off target.

Ahmed Al-Rawi (8/10)
From his five on-target shots, one was converted into a goal, giving Qatar the lead in the game.


Homam Ahmed (6.89/10)
The only thing he can proud of was winning one ground duel in the first half.

Khalid Ali Sabah (6.8/10)
Made two successful dribbles out of three attempts. He also delivered one key pass as well as two successful long balls.

Ali Nader (6.7/10)
Staying put in the backline to guard his team’s defensive line, rarely left his post.

Tameem Mansour (6.6/10)
He has been in every spot of the Indian pitch side, putting the visitors under pressure.

Abdulla Al Yazidi (7.1/10)
After playing for 20 minutes, he managed to deliver one key pass to create a huge chance for Qatar.

Mohamed Ayash (6.1/10)
Had no significant impact on Qatar’s game plan in the second half.

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India National Football Team Player Ratings Against Qatar

Goalkeeper and defence

Gurpreet Singh (7.2/10)
Made five saves and four claims during the game. Relatively good display from him before Qatar scored the first goal.

Anisa Anwar Ali (6.6/10)
Guarding the left hand-side of India’s defensive area, never leave the half line too far

Rahul Bheke (6/10)
Made three clearances, two interceptions, and two tackle during hi 90-minute appearance in the game.

Mehtab Singh (7/10)
Exceptionally good, running back-and-forth down the flank to help his team’s attacking and defending plan.


Jay Gupta (6.8/10)
Had his second cap for the national team, the Pune City full-back played for 87 minutes before making way for Edmund Lalrindika

Suresh Singh Wangjam (6.4/10)
Dictated the midfield well with his partnership alongside Jeakson during the 90 minutes.

Jeakson Singh Thounaojam (6.1/10)
Had a good time dealing with Qatar midfielders before the host’s first goal came and everything went south since then.

Manvir Singh (6.6/10)
Delivered one key pass from touching the ball 645 times.


Brandon Fernandes (6.6/10)
His only shot attempt was blocked but he still managed to win three ground duels and deliver two successful long balls.

Rahim Ali (6.5/10)
He made only one shot which went off target.

Lallianzuala Chhangte (6.2/10)
Brought India to the lead for a while with his only shot on target throughout the game.


Sahal Abdul Samad (6.6/10)
He touched the ball 17 times with five of them were successful passes.

Liston Colaco (6.4/10)
Managed to launch to shots despite both ended up blocked by the Qatari players.

Vikram Singh (6.6/10)
He made one successful dribble attempt and made total of 11 touches.

Nandhakumar Sekar (6.3/10)
Not much he can do in 11 minutes apart from sending two passes and making seven touches.

Edmund Lalrindika (6.4/10)
Lalrindika made four touches, two of which were used to deliver successful passes.

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