Mumbai dominated the early exchanges as Monroy had to dive to block Ogbeche's shot as early as the first minute. But it was Jamshedpur who drew first blood.
The Islanders will be aiming for nothing short than the title when they kick off their campaign in the seventh edition of the league by taking on NorthEast United on November 21.
Ogbeche is expected to play for Mumbai City FC in the upcoming ISL season.
Ogbeche was the joint top goal-scorer along with ATK's Roy Krishna and Chennaiyin FC's Nerijus Valskis last season.
Ogbeche's strike from outside the box in the away game against Chennaiyin received 61.27 per cent of votes in an online poll as opposed to Chennaiyin's Rafael Crivellaro's goal against NorthEast United FC.
The Kochi-based Blasters wear a formidable look, at least on paper, and are determined to come up with an improved show this time around.
Team management and fans hope the former NorthEast United coach will infuse much-needed energy into Blasters this ISL season.