The weather was pretty good, and a crowd of 49906 had shown up at Kampfield
for the match. Albeiro Arbeláez
was the appointed referee.
Killerpool started off with a 2-5-3 lineup.
The following players took the field: Rădulescu - Turk, Ataz - Koniusz, Klaveness, Knölgård, Everaerts, Flores Jr. - Revuelta, Tognazzo, Badinski.
Oppegaard decided to use a 3-5-2 set up.
Starters: Choe - García de Barbón, Knudsen, Schnellboegl - Eriksen, Jenssen, Jakobsen, Johansen, Teren - Kostelidou, Rønningen.
Oppegaard were mostly trying to use their skill at attacking on the flanks.
The guests took the lead 10 minutes into the match, after a right-side attack resulted in T. Kostelidou
scoring to make it 0 - 1.
With a shot curled in from just outside the middle of the penalty area after 19 minutes played, T. Klaveness
of Killerpool made the score 1 - 1.
Killerpool could have put themselves ahead after 22 minutes but C. Revuelta
missed a volley shot on a ball coming in from the right.
caused the crowd to go mental with his goal up the middle after 25 minutes. This gave Killerpool the 2 - 1 lead.
The visitors refused to give in and, after 26 minutes, J. Eriksen
evened things up as he finished off a perfect pass from the right. 2 - 2
Killerpool's J. Badinski
was shown a yellow card after 29 minutes for slicing down an opponent.
The visiting P. Johansen
was booed thoroughly by the home crowd 31 minutes into the game, after he broke through the middle and scored, resulting in the visitors taking the lead. 2 - 3 was the score.
2 - 3 was the halftime score.
Killerpool claimed to have seen most of the ball, and the statistics agreed with them - possession being 55 percent.
After a scuffle in the guests' penalty area 78 minutes into the game, the home team was awarded a penalty. Z. Koniusz
scored to make it 3 - 3.
It was obvious that Oppegaard had instructions to attack on the wings instead of in the middle.
The terraces were silenced after 80 minutes when Oppegaard's T. Kostelidou
put the guests ahead 3 - 4, following an attack on the right.
After a fatal mistake from the away team's right side defence 87 minutes into the match, an alert J. Badinski
bagged the ball for Killerpool, levelling the score to 4 - 4.
After 88 minutes, Oppegaard put themselves up 4 - 5, as P. Johansen
finished off a strike from the left with a real cannonball of a shot.
After 89 minutes, J. Badinski
made a dash down the middle past the away team's defenders to score the goal that made it 5 - 5.
Killerpool enjoyed most of the ball, as they maintained 56 percent of possession.
The most dominating Killerpool player was without a doubt I. Tognazzo
was a disappointment, however.
Oppegaard's top performer was clearly T. Rønningen
turned in a dismal performance, however.
The match ends 5 - 5.