Tim Cahill remains unbeaten in the Indian Super League after Jamshedpur's 1-1 draw with NorthEast United earlier today.
With the two teams deadlocked, Cahill came on in the 71st minute as a substitute for Carlos Calvo but was not able to inspire his side to a late winner.
Earlier in the second half, a strike from teammate Farukh Choudhary cancelled out an opening goal from Bartholomew Ogbeche.
The result keeps Jamshedpur’s sturdy start to the season going – Cahill’s side are unbeaten in their four matches played and currently sit fourth on the table.
Cahill will return to Australia in under a month’s time to feature in one final match for the Caltex Socceroos, when they host Lebanon in Sydney on November 20.
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