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Team 8 - 0 Montenero

12011 spectators had come to One Eye Arena this cloudy day. Hélder Caldeira was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Alexander Fogh Andersen and Yvan Dupont. Lineup: Franceschilli - Wilmes, Balaz - Riolfatti, Piròli, Sali, Galdi, Bach - Olsen, Mazzuoli, Gleichheit.

They fielded: Vitrano - Moletto, Ingenito, Perotti, Matassa - Parmigiani, Del Pizzo, Ferrari, Cuciniello - Adolescente, Pederzoli.

One Eye Team fielded a 2-5-3 lineup. For U.S. Calcio Montenero, the formation of choice was 4-4-2. Team showed off their disastrous creative tactics. With 2 minutes played, the home side managed to get a 1 - 0 lead as Pasquale Piròli flipped the ball in after a cross from the right. The referee showed Team's Vitaliano Sali the yellow card after a particularly nasty challenge. Montenero's Vasco Matassa took a knock to the head after 9 minutes, due to a badly executed header. He took a few uneasy steps, but got dizzy and then taken off the field. This gave Francesco Boccafogli a chance to take to the field instead. Umberto Mazzuoli increased the lead for Team to 2 - 0, getting a head onto a hooked ball from the right. The ball looked to have taken a deflection on the way in, but he's claiming it! With 29 minutes played, Maximilian Gleichheit could have brought this one home for Team as he charged up on the left, but his hooked ball went just a bit too high. Having taken a hard knock between his legs, Pasquale Piròli limped off the pitch in a reduced state of dignity. He could not continue, managing only 32 minutes for his team this day. The player that took his place was Torkel Leonhardsen. With 33 minutes gone, Team had a free kick in a decent position. Despite this being a great chance for a shot, they tried a cheeky move intended to bypass the defence. However, Francesco Galdi did not manage to connect with it cleanly and the ball went out. Torkel Leonhardsen received some harsh words from his coach after he acted foolishly 34 minutes into the match, probably out of lack of experience, and almost let an opponent score. With 35 minutes played, Team put themselves up 3 - 0 when the visiting defenders lost the ball to Maximilian Gleichheit, who came up from the left and proceeded to coolly round the keeper and knock the ball home. Maximilian Gleichheit acted with superior experience when, 36 minutes into the match, he predicted a pass, intercepted it and then finished off with a goal. 4 - 0 for Team! After 37 minutes, Team's Jan Olsen surprised everyone as he managed to intercept a pass intended for the opposing keeper and flip it in, making the score 5 - 0. The teams went for the halftime break at 5 - 0. Team claimed to have seen most of the ball, and the statistics agreed with them - possession being 76 percent.

Things were deteriorating for the away team as Team scored another to make it 6 - 0 after a left side attack resulted in a goal for Francesco Galdi after 60 minutes. Things were going to get worse for the visitors. Karsten Bach squirmed through their central defence after 62 minutes, increasing the lead to 7 - 0. After 67 minutes, Jan Olsen put Team ahead 8 - 0 when he rose to head in a cross from the right wing. Karsten Bach could have increased the lead after 77 minutes, but his shot hit the post after a nice combination in the middle of the park. Johan Wilmes wanted to play on, but the Team coach had other ideas, and he was replaced 85 minutes into the game by Silverio Pavone. The coach of Team was happy with the game so far, but still wanted to change the line up. After 85 minutes, Andreu Bergadà came on for Umberto Mazzuoli. The players were tired, but when the referee announced that there would be 3 minutes of added time they, nonetheless, welcomed the extra opportunity to make an impact. The match ends 8 - 0. Possession in this half belonged to Team, who controlled the ball 77 percent of the time.

Most important Team player was Jan Olsen. Sezai Balaz was a disappointment, however. Montenero's best player was Lorenzo Pederzoli. On the other hand, Aldo Vitrano's play was disheartening.

Rating details

Midfield weak (low) disastrous (very high) 14 4 4/20 1/20
Right defence weak (very low) wretched (low) 13 6 4/20 2/20
Central defence inadequate (very high) wretched (low) 20 6 5/20 2/20
Left defence inadequate (low) wretched (very low) 18 5 5/20 2/20
Right attack poor (high) wretched (low) 11 6 3/20 2/20
Central attack weak (very high) wretched (low) 16 6 4/20 2/20
Left attack weak (low) wretched (very low) 14 5 4/20 2/20
Indirect set pieces
Defence inadequate (low) wretched (low) 18 6 5/20 2/20
Attack inadequate (low) wretched (high) 18 7 5/20 2/20
Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Play creatively Normal
Tactic skill non-existent (no tactic) 0 (no tactic) 0/20
Style of play - -



Chance distribution

Home Away
11 3

3 Left attack 1
2 Central attack 0
3 Right attack 1
1 Other 0
2 Special events 1
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Rating details

Please note that the percentages above are meant to guide you, but they do not equate to the exact probabilities (to score for example) used in the match engine.

Indirect set pieces

Defence inadequate (low) wretched (low) 18 6 5/20 2/20
Attack inadequate (low) wretched (high) 18 7 5/20 2/20


Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Play creatively Normal
Tactic skill non-existent (no tactic) 0 (no tactic) 0/20
Style of play - -

Average ratings

Total player experience weak (very low) wretched (high) 13 7 4/20 2/20
Average midfield weak (low) disastrous (very high) 14 4 4/20 1/20
Average defence inadequate (very low) wretched (low) 17 6 5/20 2/20
Average attack weak (low) wretched (low) 14 6 4/20 2/20
Total average weak (high) wretched (very low) 15 5 4/20 2/20


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