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A scorching day at Kyongsangnam-do, where 16072 spectators were in place for today's match. Mitsujiro Inao was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Alfonso Dosma and Anurat Punthai. The match took place on neutral ground. Argentina started off with a 3-5-2 lineup. Österreich had chosen a strategic 3-5-2 formation.

After 31 minutes of play, V. Martínez gave the home team a 1 - 0 lead after an attack coming in from the right.
With 32 minutes played, Österreich's P. Niehold received a yellow card for challenging a play with his cleats first. 34 minutes into the match, the visitors' central line of defense had to look on as J. Herrero ran straight through, knocking one home to make it 2 - 0 for Argentina. Confident in their lead, Argentina's players relaxed and focused more on defending the lead than increasing it. The referee showed Österreich's E. Peter the yellow card after a particularly nasty challenge. 2 - 0 was the halftime score. Österreich were doing a good job holding on to the ball, with 54 percent of possession.

Argentina put themselves up 3 - 0 when V. Bravo broke through on the right, leaving the entire defensive delegation behind him. A questionable free kick call just outside the home side's penalty box gave Österreich a chance at reducing the deficit 77 minutes into the game. In the end, the ball went wide. The game was close to savage at times, and Österreich's P. Niehold received a second yellow card after 79 minutes; his ticket to the dressing rooms. Maybe J. Alferez García should join the aquatics team instead. He went down dramatically after 80 minutes, crying out with agony as he fell. The referee was not impressed, though, and showed him a yellow for diving. Österreich won the midfield battle for the half, with 53 percent possession of the ball.

Most important Argentina player was C. Gerpe. However, J. Aguado made a disastrous appearance. The most dominating Österreich player was without a doubt M. Giese. W. Peter on the other hand, had a terrible day. The match ends 3 - 0.

Rating details

Midfield wretched (very high) poor (very low) 8 9 2/20 3/20
Right defense solid (very low) passable (very low) 25 21 7/20 6/20
Central defense solid (high) weak (very high) 27 16 7/20 4/20
Left defense passable (low) poor (very low) 22 9 6/20 3/20
Right attack inadequate (very high) weak (very low) 20 13 5/20 4/20
Central attack passable (low) inadequate (low) 22 18 6/20 5/20
Left attack inadequate (very high) solid (high) 20 27 5/20 7/20
 
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Highlights

1 - 0  V. Martínez 31'
2 - 0  J. Herrero 34'
3 - 0  V. Bravo 77'
1 card accumulated P. Niehold 32'
1 card accumulated E. Peter 35'
Suspended for next match P. Niehold 79'
1 card accumulated J. Alferez García 80'

Possession

46%
54%
47%
53%
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Rating details

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Indirect set pieces

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

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Average ratings

Total player experience poor (low) wretched (very high) 10 8 3/20 2/20
Average midfield wretched (very high) poor (very low) 8 9 2/20 3/20
Average defense solid (very low) weak (very high) 25 16 7/20 4/20
Average attack passable (very low) inadequate (high) 21 19 6/20 5/20
Total average inadequate (low) weak (high) 18 15 5/20 4/20

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