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Team 10 - 0 Settoli

Weather conditions were fairly good for football, and Uzbek Arena saw a crowd turnout of 14000. Sílvio Rodrigues da Guarda was the appointed referee with assistance provided by and Thor Haugrud. The following players had been chosen: Zimmermann - Wilmes, Barrett, Ziętek - Leonhardsen, Riolfatti, Piròli, Deleo, Bach - Olsen, Gleichheit.

The following players took the field: Arenella - Sferrazza, Frosio, Cossisoglu, Cravotta - Faco, Renosto, Dellai, Maruzzo - Barbieri, Gaioni.

One Eye Team entered the field in a 3-5-2 formation. The visitors, Settoli, chose to start the game with a 4-4-2 lineup. Team demonstrated their creative tactics on the field. They were singing the praises of Karsten Bach 6 minutes into the match after his speculative chip from the middle of the penalty box found its way over the visitors' keeper to make the score 1 - 0 to Team. Team's Jan Olsen finished emphatically to make the score 2 -0 after 15 minutes, after the enigmatic Karsten Bach pulled a delightful long pass from his box of tricks to bypass the defence. Team increased the lead as Maximilian Gleichheit struck to make the score 3 - 0 after an attack from the left left him unmarked in front of the keeper. The Team free kick 19 minutes into the match seemed wasted, as the shot was both short and off target. But was this actually a plan? The ball landed at the feet of Johan Wilmes, who was completely unmarked in the box. That's 4 - 0! With 31 minutes played, seemingly due to lack of experience, Alcide Riolfatti needlessly tripped an opponent just outside the penalty area, but the free kick that followed didn't succeed. Things were deteriorating for the away team as Team scored another to make it 5 - 0 after a left side attack resulted in a goal for Maximilian Gleichheit after 35 minutes. The referee showed Team's Jan Olsen the yellow card after a particularly nasty challenge. A magnificent combination in the middle resulted in Team's Maximilian Gleichheit increasing the lead to 6 - 0. By then Maximilian Gleichheit had scored three goals - a hat trick! The teams went for the halftime break at 6 - 0. Team had most of the ball, with 80 percent of possession.

After 52 minutes, Pasquale Piròli put Team ahead 7 - 0 when he rose to head in a cross from the right wing. Settoli's Luigi Barbieri got himself booked for a foul. Team's Johan Wilmes hurt his back 54 minutes into the match, and had to be convinced by the medical team that it was safer not to continue the match. This gave Tomas Frauenthaler a chance to take to the field instead. A speedy charge from the left side of the field increased the lead of Team to 8 - 0 as Karsten Bach finished it off competently, firing in from an acute angle. Team's Karsten Bach had an excellent opportunity after 65 minutes, shooting after receiving a pass from the right hand side, but he missed the goal by miles! Torkel Leonhardsen increased the lead for Team to 9 - 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! Paweł Ziętek increased Team's lead to 10 - 0 with a penalty spot cannonball. As the match nears its end, the referee has deemed it appropriate to add 3 minutes as stoppage time. The match ends 10 - 0. Possession in this half belonged to Team, who controlled the ball 82 percent of the time.

Most important Team player was Tomas Frauenthaler. Francesco Deleo was a disappointment, however. The most dominating Settoli player was without a doubt Thomas Sferrazza. However, Giobbe Arenella made a disastrous appearance.

Rating details

Midfield weak (low) disastrous (very high) 14 4 4/20 1/20
Right defence excellent (low) wretched (high) 30 7 8/20 2/20
Central defence excellent (low) wretched (high) 30 7 8/20 2/20
Left defence formidable (very low) wretched (very low) 33 5 9/20 2/20
Right attack poor (high) wretched (very low) 11 5 3/20 2/20
Central attack poor (high) disastrous (very high) 11 4 3/20 1/20
Left attack poor (low) wretched (low) 10 6 3/20 2/20
 
Indirect set pieces
Defence passable (low) wretched (high) 22 7 6/20 2/20
Attack inadequate (low) wretched (very high) 18 8 5/20 2/20
 
Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Play creatively Normal
Tactic skill - (no tactic) - (no tactic)
Style of play Neutral 100% Offensive
 

Highlights

1 - 0  Karsten Bach 6'
2 - 0  Jan Olsen 15'
3 - 0  Maximilian Gleichheit 18'
4 - 0  Johan Wilmes 19'
5 - 0  Maximilian Gleichheit 35'
6 - 0  Maximilian Gleichheit 40'
7 - 0  Pasquale Piròli 52'
8 - 0  Karsten Bach 62'
9 - 0  Torkel Leonhardsen 73'
10 - 0  Paweł Ziętek 78'
1 booking accumulated Jan Olsen 39'
1 booking accumulated Luigi Barbieri 53'
Got injured Johan Wilmes 54'
Substitution Out Johan Wilmes
In Tomas Frauenthaler
54'

Possession

80%
20%
82%
18%

Chance distribution

Home Away
11 2

3 Left attack 0
2 Central attack 0
3 Right attack 1
2 Other 0
1 Special events 1
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Average
0
5
1 - 0
10
15
2 - 0
3 - 0
4 - 0
20
25
30
35
5 - 0
Yellow card
40
6 - 0
45
45
50
7 - 0
Yellow card
Got injured
Substitution
55
60
8 - 0
65
70
9 - 0
75
10 - 0
80
85
90
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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 passable (low) wretched (high) 22 7 6/20 2/20
Attack inadequate (low) wretched (very high) 18 8 5/20 2/20

Miscellaneous

Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Play creatively Normal
Tactic skill - (no tactic) - (no tactic)
Style of play Neutral 100% Offensive

Average ratings

Total player experience weak (very high) wretched (very high) 16 8 4/20 2/20
Average midfield weak (low) disastrous (very high) 14 4 4/20 1/20
Average defence excellent (high) wretched (low) 31 6 8/20 2/20
Average attack poor (high) wretched (very low) 11 5 3/20 2/20
Total average inadequate (high) wretched (very low) 19 5 5/20 2/20

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