It had rained all day, but 29062 hardy fans still made it out to Guido D'ippolito
. Ariel Arnaldo Gaiteri
was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Wilfried Forestier
and Elbio Guglielminpietro
Fans of both teams had been eagerly awaiting this Toscana
derby and were doing their best to outshout their opponents.
Jamunindi decided to use a 4-4-2 set up.
The following players had been chosen: Musello - Mandl, Gjoka, Sörensson, Roso - Üster, Bruers, Gundersen, Żelek - Burghagen, Sharf.
Tuoro had chosen a strategic 2-5-3 formation.
The following players took the field: Vinegra - Steindl, Solln - Pollex, Jaber, Spínola, Amaral Pinto, Tzokol - Macovei, Virdis, Kuhni.
Jamunindi were mostly trying to use their skill at attacking on the flanks.
D. Amaral Pinto
was having a great game - if anything the pouring rain seemed to be spurring him on!
Attacking on the wings was the choice for Jamunindi, and they were successfully passing the ball from the middle to the wings to attack.
With 11 minutes played, the home side managed to get a 1 - 0 lead as K. Gundersen
flipped the ball in after a cross from the right.
Jamunindi's C. Burghagen
saw his fine effort strike the top of the bar following some good work up the middle by his teammates after 17 minutes.
slipped and slithered in the wet grass. His usual rapid runs were nowhere to be seen today.
32 minutes into the match, C. Burghagen
could have extended the lead, but his powerful free kick went just over the bar.
The boggy pitch disrupted the game, especially for technical players like C. Kuhni
With 39 minutes played, Jamunindi put themselves up 2 - 0 when the visiting defenders lost the ball to M. Üster
, who came up from the left and proceeded to coolly round the keeper and knock the ball home.
Jamunindi's K. Gundersen
increased the lead to 3 - 0, after he saw his shot go between the legs of the advancing goalkeeper following some good play down the right wing after 40 minutes.
3 - 0 was the score after the first half.
Jamunindi had most of the ball, with 63 percent of possession.
Things were going to get worse for the visitors. C. Burghagen
squirmed through their central defence after 49 minutes, increasing the lead to 4 - 0.
At this point, it was obvious that the players of Jamunindi lowered the tempo and became more defensively oriented.
The crowd roared its approval when M. Musello
somehow managed to block a shot which seemed to be a certain goal by Tuoro's F. Steindl
53 minutes into the game.
A speedy charge from the left side of the field increased the lead of Jamunindi to 5 - 0 as M. Üster
finished it off competently, firing in from an acute angle.
After 74 minutes Tuoro's T. Macovei
limped slightly after a late challenge, but he was able to continue.
With 77 minutes showing on the scoreboard clock, Tuoro showed some good skill and were able to reduce the score to 5 - 1 when D. Amaral Pinto
got past the home side's central defenders right in front of the goal.
Possession in this half belonged to Jamunindi, who controlled the ball 63 percent of the time.
The most dominating Jamunindi player was without a doubt A. Sharf
was a disappointment, however.
Most important Tuoro player was C. Kuhni
However, E. Tzokol
made a disastrous appearance.
The match ends 5 - 1.