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Misr 1 - 0 Pakistan

50586 spectators had come to Cactus Arena this cloudy day. Jouni Kupari was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Turo Riihiranta and Clemens Baatz. Misr started off with a 3-5-2 lineup. The following players took the field: Ahmed - Fadl, Harawi, Freckhaus - Ferro, Simidi, Issa, Rashid, El-Usman - Turk, Al-Jaber.

Pakistan started off with a 5-4-1 lineup. The following players took the field: Muhammad - Rokri, Niaz, Husnan, Muhammad, Muhammad - Munir, Noor, Aziz, Ali - Niazi.

The strategy for Pakistan on this day was to use their ability to press. After a fine move down the middle A. El-Usman nearly put the home side one up with 9 minutes played. His final touch escaped him though and the keeper smothered the ball. Pakistan's ability to press all over the field paid off frequently. Misr made a bid to take the lead as a ball coming in on the right hand side left Z. Issa completely alone with keeper H. Muhammad, who made a spectacular block. After a fine move down the middle A. Fadl nearly put the home side one up with 33 minutes played. His final touch escaped him though and the keeper smothered the ball. The teams went for the halftime break at 0 - 0. Possession in this half belonged to Misr, who had the ball 63 percent of the time.

The home side put themselves ahead 1 - 0 after 72 minutes of hard work with a breakthrough from A. Al-Jaber, who, all by his lonesome, came out of the right wing and hooked the ball over the visitors' keeper. Maybe R. Munir should join the aquatics team instead. He went down dramatically after 75 minutes, crying out with agony as he fell. The referee was not impressed, though, and showed him a yellow for diving. With 78 minutes played, M. Turk could have brought this one home for Misr as he charged up on the left, but his hooked ball went just a bit too high. Misr were doing a good job holding on to the ball, with 62 percent of possession.

Most important Misr player was A. Ahmed. However, A. Harawi made a disastrous appearance. H. Muhammad performed admirably for Pakistan. However, M. Niazi made a disastrous appearance. The match ends 1 - 0.

Rating details

Midfield supernatural (very high) formidable (very low) 56 33 14/20 9/20
Right defense formidable (low) divine (low) 34 78 9/20 20/20
Central defense world class (very low) divine (very high) 49 80 13/20 20/20
Left defense brilliant (very high) utopian (very high) 44 76 11/20 19/20
Right attack utopian (high) disastrous (low) 75 2 19/20 1/20
Central attack magnificent (very high) disastrous (high) 48 3 12/20 1/20
Left attack extra-terrestrial (very low) disastrous (low) 61 2 16/20 1/20
 
Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Normal Pressing
Tactic skill (no tactic) formidable (no tactic) 9 9/20
 

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Highlights

1 - 0  A. Al-Jaber 72'
1 card accumulated R. Munir 75'

Possession

63%
37%
62%
38%
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Rating details

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Indirect set pieces

Defense 0/20 0/20
Attack 0/20 0/20

Miscellaneous

Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Normal Pressing
Tactic skill (no tactic) formidable (no tactic) 9 9/20

Average ratings

Total player experience magical (low) supernatural (low) 70 54 18/20 14/20
Average midfield supernatural (very high) formidable (very low) 56 33 14/20 9/20
Average defense brilliant (low) divine (very high) 42 80 11/20 20/20
Average attack extra-terrestrial (very low) disastrous (high) 61 3 16/20 1/20
Total average supernatural (very low) outstanding (high) 53 39 14/20 10/20

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