12000 fans braved the pouring rain at Goppelledon
. 姚 (Yao) 楠天 (Nantian)
was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Wade Wetzel
and Przemysław Dybski
A 4-4-2 alignment was the formation of choice for Brèmbs.
The following players had been chosen: Barroi - Grasso, Cavazzuti, Spahiu, Cecchetto - Marzialetti, Pelletti, Danese, Palmulli - Tursi, Conticello.
ugolo started off with a 4-4-2 lineup.
The following players took the field: Lo Giudice - Calvi, Maiorca, Spataro, Arlecchini - Circassi, Franchin, Ciabattoni, Friaglia - Rezzonico, Lunardi.
After a fine move down the middle O. Cavazzuti
nearly gave the home side a goal after 4 minutes. However the finishing shot went just wide.
had a hard time on the waterlogged pitch - his trademark technique was nowhere in sight today.
With 22 minutes played, the visitors broke through on the right after some poor defending. S. Spataro
put the ball away for 0 - 1.
After a fatal mistake from the away team's right side defence 24 minutes into the match, an alert N. Spahiu
bagged the ball for Brèmbs, levelling the score to 1 - 1.
After 27 minutes Brèmbs's S. Cecchetto
contracted a slight foot injury, but didn't want to leave the game.
After some beautiful movement down the left wing, V. Palmulli
scored for Brèmbs putting them ahead 2 - 1, after 29 minutes.
The visitors kept the pressure on to tie the game when, after 30 minutes, A. Maiorca
broke through the centre and found himself alone with the keeper. V. Barroi
made a great block, though.
It was 2 - 1 at the break.
This part of the game was a standoff between the teams in terms of possession.
Speedy P. Rezzonico
tried one of his patented rushes 52 minutes into the game, but N. Spahiu
was just as fast and averted the attack.
Given a free kick close to the byline, ugolo tried a move that loyal fans may recognise from training. A pass to the side pulled the defence out of position which let P. Rezzonico
slip through on goal. He didn't have to break his stride, and slipped the ball past the keeper to make it 2 - 2, 72 minutes into the game.
Some great play up the middle by Brèmbs led to a chance for O. Cavazzuti
to score after 73 minutes, but the shot hit the crossbar.
Brèmbs showed their counterattack skill 85 minutes into the match by breaking through the middle, with V. Palmulli
scoring uncontested for 3 - 2.
The visitors' equaliser seemed sure to come after 87 minutes, following a one on one situation around the left hand side of the goal area, but V. Barroi
got the best of it, blocking the shot from G. Arlecchini
ugolo's G. Arlecchini
was shown a yellow card for standing over the ball and blocking an opponent's quick free kick after 88 minutes.
After 89 minutes, ugolo's B. Ciabattoni
fell awkwardly, but was determined to stay in the match. That's the spirit!
After 89 minutes, Brèmbs sent a free kick in high over the penalty box. In what looked like a well-rehearsed move, the ball was headed backwards and reached V. Conticello
, who had plenty of space to place a well aimed shot - 4 - 2.
89 minutes in, ugolo's S. Spataro
received a yellow card for going into a challenge studs first.
Brèmbs increased the lead as M. Marzialetti
struck to make the score 5 - 2 after an attack from the left left him unmarked in front of the keeper.
ugolo's D. Friaglia
got himself booked for a foul.
A loud groan was heard from the fans of Brèmbs, as A. Tursi
left the pitch in too much pain to finish the match. C. Tacconi
took his place on the field.
Possession in the forty-five minutes was dominated by Brèmbs, with 51 percent of the ball.
The most dominating Brèmbs player was without a doubt V. Palmulli
On the other hand, C. Pelletti
's play was disheartening.
ugolo's best player was M. Lunardi
on the other hand, had a terrible day.
The match ends 5 - 2.