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Team 0 - 2 FIVIZZANO

Weather conditions were fairly good for soccer, and One Eye Arena saw a turnout of 5692. Terrance Loor was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Pascal Pritt and Thomas Olsson. Lineup: Franceschilli - Piròli, 勇伦 (Yonglun), Germanà, Mattozzi - Coquel, Mård, El Assal, Imperi, Blánquez Pérez - Mazzuoli.

They fielded: Gallozzi - Rosengärtchen, Ellersdorffer, Ardiles - Życzyński, Pompili, Váradi, Rickassel, Ursul - Cannegieter, Vela.

One Eye Team started the game in a 4-5-1 formation, whereas F.C. FIVIZZANO lined up in a 3-5-2. 8 minutes into the game, Team seemed to suffer a certain amount of confusion and they fell to a inadequate level of organization. A particularly graphic suggestion to the referee describing what he could do with his turkey giblets led to a straight red card for Umberto Mazzuoli. Due to a severely mistimed tackle, Martín Ardiles of FIVIZZANO spent some time on the grass writhing in agony before he could get up and continue the game. With 35 minutes gone, a long pass from the defense of Team resulted in a counter-attack that set Giulio Mattozzi free through the middle, but the keeper made a spectacular diving save. A swat on the tuchus is all it took to keep FIVIZZANO's Torben Rickassel in the match after injuring his achilles tendon. The ball is in play and we're underway again after 37 minutes have been played. Bartosz Życzyński was doing a great job on the wing, sending in a brilliant pass to his teammates in the middle, but Gabriel Cannegieter seemed unable to profit from this excellent service. Oh dear - the keeper's made a mess of that one. The crowd was very disappointed after he let Gabriel Cannegieter get the go-ahead goal with a speculative shot from the right after 40 minutes. 0 - 1. José Alberto Vela increased FIVIZZANO's lead to 0 - 2 with a superb free kick that flew in just under the crossbar at the far post. Halftime score was 0 - 2. The Count appeared on the jumbotron and announced that FIVIZZANO had 68...68 percent possession. AH AH AH!

The Team coach might have gone through a whole marker putting the playbook up on the board, but it seemed to have worked, with the team regaining a solid organization for the second half. Team mounted an inspired counter-attack down the right wing after 48 minutes, but Dimitri Coquel was unable to convert from short range. Although the whole team were struggling to impress, Team's 熊 (Xiong) 勇伦 (Yonglun) was singled out as being the problem as he was called off the field after 70 minutes. Helmfried Donaty was given a chance to change things around. FIVIZZANO had to make a substitution after 75 minutes. Torben Rickassel apparently was hit by a thrown bottle of Schlitz by one of the opposing players' fans, and now reeks of blood and bad beer. While the coach remonstrated with the side official about the situation, Antonio Allorini finished his warmups and came on. After 77 minutes, there was a bit of a mixup on the field as Team found themselves out of position and their organization level dropped to inadequate. As the match nears its end, the referee deemed it appropriate to add 1 minutes as stoppage time. The match ends 0 - 2. Looks like Nate Silver was right again - his prediction that FIVIZZANO would have 70 percent possession in this half was spot on!

Team's best player was Pietro Antonio Germanà. Good thing Aaro Mård isn't a horse, because he'd surely be sent to the glue factory after that performance. Most important FIVIZZANO player was Gábor Váradi. I can't remember Gabriel Cannegieter ever having a worse night than he just had.

Rating details

Midfield poor (low) passable (very low) 10 21 3/20 6/20
Right defense passable (very low) inadequate (high) 21 19 6/20 5/20
Central defense passable (very low) excellent (high) 21 31 6/20 8/20
Left defense inadequate (very high) passable (high) 20 23 5/20 6/20
Right attack poor (very low) wretched (very high) 9 8 3/20 2/20
Central attack disastrous (very high) wretched (high) 4 7 1/20 2/20
Left attack wretched (very high) wretched (very low) 8 5 2/20 2/20
Indirect set pieces
Defense weak (very high) inadequate (very low) 16 17 4/20 5/20
Attack poor (very high) poor (high) 12 11 3/20 3/20
Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Normal Normal
Tactic skill (no tactic) (no tactic) (no tactic) (no tactic)
Style of play - -



Chance distribution

Home Away
2 11

0 Left attack 2
1 Central attack 5
1 Right attack 2
0 Other 1
0 Special events 1
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Rating details

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Indirect set pieces

Defense weak (very high) inadequate (very low) 16 17 4/20 5/20
Attack poor (very high) poor (high) 12 11 3/20 3/20


Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Normal Normal
Tactic skill (no tactic) (no tactic) (no tactic) (no tactic)
Style of play - -

Average ratings

Total player experience wretched (high) excellent (high) 7 31 2/20 8/20
Average midfield poor (low) passable (very low) 10 21 3/20 6/20
Average defense inadequate (very high) passable (very high) 20 24 5/20 6/20
Average attack wretched (high) wretched (high) 7 7 2/20 2/20
Total average poor (very high) inadequate (very low) 12 17 4/20 5/20


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