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37168 spectators had found their way to Gebettempel Einsiedeln, despite the heavy rain. The head coach flashed hand signals from the sideline and Einsiedeln formed up in a 3-5-2 combination. Let's hope the opposing sideline wasn't filming that. Lineup: Schnitz - Klets, Bona, Ponce - Vicastillo, Zwicky, Clerico, Stralenheim, Dutari - Scharer, Gély.

Cry "havoc" and let loose the dogs of war! Georgetownkickers will go to battle in a 3-4-3 formation. The following players took the field: Krawiecki - Haffner, Huandoy, Nord - Urquiza, Kempe, Gimmelli, Polignino - Tojeira, Brinkhoff, Betschart.

A outstanding level of counter-attacking seemed to be the preferred strategy of Georgetownkickers. P. Dutari is making an astonishing dash. The fans are chanting his name. You can hear it reverberate around the stadium. Now a manic sprint up the middle and into the box. Oh! He's thrown open the door! He's thrown open the door, shot the ball through, and slammed the door shut on Mr. Tumnus! Einsiedeln has taken the lead 15 minutes into the match, 1 to 0. There'll be no Turkish Delight after the match for the keeper! Einsiedeln's J. Vicastillo had an excellent opportunity 20 minutes in, shooting after bringing down a ball from the right, but he missed the goal by miles! N. Tojeira did not have a good day today, often losing his footing on the muddy field. Halftime score was 1 - 0. Looks like Nate Silver was right again - his prediction that Einsiedeln would have 59 percent possession in this half was spot on!

J. Brinkhoff was uncomfortable with the soggy field as he couldn't move the ball around with his usual grace. 64 minutes had passed when Einsiedeln put themselves up 2 - 0 after the visiting defenders lost the ball to E. Ponce, who came up from the left and proceeded to easily go around the goalkeeper and knock the ball home. Confident in their lead, Einsiedeln's players relaxed and focused more on defending the lead than increasing it. Einsiedeln had a magnificent opportunity with 68 minutes gone as P. Bona hit the ball hard from the edge of the penalty box. However, the shot went wide. Maybe E. Ponce should join the aquatics team instead. He went down dramatically after 69 minutes, crying out with agony as he fell. The referee was not impressed, though, and showed him a yellow for diving. After 70 minutes, the Einsiedeln players received new instructions from their manager on how to stay in control of the game. Content with how the game was proceeding, the Einsiedeln coach let P. Bangerter come on for R. Gély after 75 minutes. As the captain was no longer on the field, P. Bangerter took over the role for Einsiedeln. With 75 minutes played, the Georgetownkickers coach decided a substitution may help turn the game around. P. Cortese came on and A. Huandoy had to leave the fray. After more pushing and shoving than a pack of helicopter moms trying to get the last appointment for their snowflakes to see the Easter Bunny, Georgetownkickers's N. Urquiza finally got himself booked for a foul. Einsiedeln were forced into a substitution as L. Scharer couldn't continue playing due to some rough treatment, so D. Maibaum had to come in from the bench. D. Maibaum could have put Einsiedeln up one more, but he fired into the side netting after breaking free on the left after 81 minutes. The forty-five minutes were dominated by Einsiedeln, with an impressive 57 percent possession of the ball.

Most important Einsiedeln player was L. Zwicky. I can't remember D. Maibaum ever having a worse night than he just had. Georgetownkickers's best player was I. Betschart. You can tell it was nickel beer night yesterday at the local bar because N. Tojeira seemed to stumble all over the pitch. The match ends 2 - 0.

Rating details

Midfield formidable (low) passable (very high) 34 24 9/20 6/20
Right defense magnificent (very low) outstanding (very low) 45 37 12/20 10/20
Central defense world class (very low) formidable (very low) 49 33 13/20 9/20
Left defense magnificent (very high) outstanding (low) 48 38 12/20 10/20
Right attack solid (very low) formidable (very high) 25 36 7/20 9/20
Central attack solid (high) formidable (high) 27 35 7/20 9/20
Left attack formidable (very low) outstanding (high) 33 39 9/20 10/20
Indirect set pieces
Defense excellent (high) excellent (high) 31 31 8/20 8/20
Attack passable (low) solid (very high) 22 28 6/20 7/20
Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Normal Counter-attacks
Tactic skill (no tactic) outstanding (no tactic) 10 10/20


1 - 0  P. Dutari 15'
2 - 0  E. Ponce 64'
1 card accumulated E. Ponce 69'
1 card accumulated N. Urquiza 75'
Got injured L. Scharer 76'
Behavior P. Dutari
Offensive  To  Toward Middle
Formation Out  R. Gély
In  P. Bangerter
3-5-2  To  4-5-1
Formation Out  A. Huandoy
In  P. Cortese
3-4-3  To  2-5-3
Substitution Out L. Scharer
In D. Maibaum



Chance distribution

Home Away
7 3

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

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Indirect set pieces

Defense excellent (high) excellent (high) 31 31 8/20 8/20
Attack passable (low) solid (very high) 22 28 6/20 7/20


Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Normal Counter-attacks
Tactic skill (no tactic) outstanding (no tactic) 10 10/20

Average ratings

Total player experience inadequate (very high) solid (low) 20 26 5/20 7/20
Average midfield formidable (low) passable (very high) 34 24 9/20 6/20
Average defense magnificent (high) formidable (very high) 47 36 12/20 9/20
Average attack solid (very high) outstanding (very low) 28 37 7/20 10/20
Total average formidable (very high) excellent (very high) 36 32 10/20 9/20


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