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A scorching day at Sportpark Eulo, where 50000 spectators were in place for today's match. Iiro Marttanen was the appointed referee. The head coach flashed hand signals from the sideline and Rot-Weiß formed up in a 3-5-2 combination. Let's hope the opposing sideline wasn't filming that. The following players took the field: Punesch - Ojeda, Géry, Czarniak - Tschemmer, Hermanshain, Arabul, Heimer, Schmoellerl - Spörck, Vallori.

Cry "havoc" and let loose the dogs of war! Juventus will go to battle in a 5-5-0 formation. The following players had been selected: Houze - Agüera, Blardone, Jindrich, Zeddelmann, Bosquet - Johansson, Grimpilas, Orner, Schur, Tobón -.

Juventus has displayed outstanding talent to press and shut down attacks all over the field. Slack defending gave Rot-Weiß a chance to take the lead with 9 minutes played, but F. Czarniak's cross from the left flank was met gratefully by the opposition who cleared it to safety. Juventus's talent at pressing frustrated their opponents and the fans as the game became a stalemate in the middle of the park. 40 minutes in, the referee awarded Rot-Weiß a penalty. M. Schmoellerl coolly slotted it home for a 1 - 0 lead. 1 - 0 was the halftime score. Rot-Weiß were doing a good job holding on to the ball, with 57 percent of possession.

The crowd was amused as V. Heimer of Rot-Weiß used a few interesting tricks and dribbles to get into the penalty box. The finish by M. Schmoellerl wasn't very amusing, however, and the score was unchanged. The sunny day didn't make things easy for C. Géry who wasn't his usual powerful self on the field. Although the whole team were struggling to impress, Juventus's C. Jindrich was singled out as being the problem as he was called off the field after 70 minutes. M. Celín was given a chance to change things around. After 70 minutes, Juventus substituted A. Tobón for C. Xarpell, hoping for a quick impact on the field. As the game started to slip away for Juventus, the manager decided to change the tactical approach. The Juventus players listened closely to their manager, as he gave new tactical instructions for the team. Proving that a foot massage and a pre-game pedicure can work wonders, X. Bosquet sent a rocket into the box from the corner, finding R. Zeddelmann, who headed it past the keeper with extreme prejudice. 70 minutes in and it's 1 - 1! Several players seemed a little dazed by the warm weather, and were repeatedly tricked by the clever and agile W. Hermanshain. Rot-Weiß were very close to putting themselves one up with 84 minutes gone as R. Tschemmer got through on the left, but a lapse in concentration sent the ball wide. H. Vallori 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! Rot-Weiß has taken the lead 85 minutes into the match, 2 to 1. There'll be no Turkish Delight after the match for the keeper! Juventus pressed their opponents, causing the game to be a bit of a deadlock at times. Looks like Nate Silver was right again - his prediction that Rot-Weiß would have 62 percent possession in this half was spot on!

Most important Rot-Weiß player was W. Hermanshain. Good thing R. Tschemmer isn't a horse, because he'd surely be sent to the glue factory after that performance. The most outstanding Juventus player was without a doubt M. Celín. Speaking of stinking up the place, X. Bosquet sure smelled like the bottom of Batman's shoe after a night of crimefighting in Gotham. The match ends 2 - 1.

Rating details

Midfield outstanding (very high) excellent (high) 40 31 10/20 8/20
Right defense brilliant (low) utopian (low) 42 74 11/20 19/20
Central defense outstanding (low) mythical (high) 38 67 10/20 17/20
Left defense outstanding (very low) world class (very low) 37 49 10/20 13/20
Right attack passable (very low) weak (low) 21 14 6/20 4/20
Central attack excellent (very low) wretched (high) 29 7 8/20 2/20
Left attack supernatural (high) weak (very high) 55 16 14/20 4/20
Indirect set pieces
Defense formidable (very low) outstanding (very high) 33 40 9/20 10/20
Attack solid (high) passable (very high) 27 24 7/20 6/20
Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Normal Pressing
Tactic skill (no tactic) outstanding (no tactic) 10 10/20


1 - 0  M. Schmoellerl 40'
1 - 1  R. Zeddelmann 70'
2 - 1  H. Vallori 85'
Formation Out  C. Jindrich
In  M. Celín
Normal To  Toward Wing
5-5-0  To  4-5-1
Substitution Out  A. Tobón
In  C. Xarpell
Toward Middle To  Offensive
Behavior C. Schur
Normal  To  Toward Wing
Behavior X. Bosquet
Defensive  To  Offensive



Chance distribution

Home Away
6 3

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

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

Defense formidable (very low) outstanding (very high) 33 40 9/20 10/20
Attack solid (high) passable (very high) 27 24 7/20 6/20


Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Normal Pressing
Tactic skill (no tactic) outstanding (no tactic) 10 10/20

Average ratings

Total player experience passable (very low) solid (high) 21 27 6/20 7/20
Average midfield outstanding (very high) excellent (high) 40 31 10/20 8/20
Average defense outstanding (high) extra-terrestrial (high) 39 63 10/20 16/20
Average attack formidable (high) weak (very low) 35 13 9/20 4/20
Total average outstanding (low) formidable (very high) 38 36 10/20 9/20


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