Clear skies welcomed the 25612 spectators who had made their way to Zun Sulky
. Albert-Jeen Klashorst
was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Ariël Dobbelaere
and Dany Michel
BSV had chosen a strategic 3-5-2 formation.
Starters: Clayton - Farmakocheris, Ebels, De Buck - Kruse, España, Carranza, Torre Diez, Bardisa - Dömland, Paravicini.
Bulltown decided to use a 3-5-2 set up.
The following players took the field: Trausmuth - Baji, Beest, Reuttner - Siegler, Brasda, Kues, Obradovic, Pöhlke - Petrov, Kiehne.
At the beginning of the game, BSV appeared to have already taken this victory to the bank.
BSV clearly preferred using their ability to attack in the middle.
BSV took the lead 17 minutes into the game by 1 - 0, as M. Paravicini
elegantly received a long range pass through the middle, finishing off with a half-volley shot just below the bar.
The incalculable D. Brasda
of Bulltown did everything right as he set up W. Siegler
for a goal after 20 minutes. Unfortunately, the strike missed its target.
With clinical precision, the cross from winger O. Pöhlke
found its way to M. Kiehne
's head, and a screaming header gave Bulltown the goal after 23 minutes played. 1 - 1
The visitors' central defence should have had no trouble clearing the pass to L. De Buck
, but the BSV player managed to shrug them off and fired a low shot past the keeper to give his team the lead. 2 - 1!
A well-executed free kick by M. Kruse
after 31 minutes made it 3 - 1 for BSV.
The referee showed Bulltown's B. Reuttner
the yellow card after a particularly nasty challenge.
The player down was E. España
. The BSV bench looked worried for a while, but in the end he managed to get up.
3 - 1 was the halftime score.
Possession in this half belonged to BSV, who controlled the ball 60 percent of the time.
A magnificent combination in the middle resulted in BSV's J. Bardisa
increasing the lead to 4 - 1.
dispatched a majestic long shot 61 minutes into the match, but missed the goal by a few metres.
69 minutes into the match, the visitors' central line of defence had to look on as E. España
broke through, making the score 5 - 1 for BSV.
By now, the players in BSV felt that victory was guaranteed and began to play it safe, focusing on defence and not risking too much going forward.
After 71 minutes, BSV 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 E. España
, who had plenty of space to place a well aimed shot - 6 - 1.
Central attacks were the recipe of the day for BSV, as they moved the ball from the wings to the middle with startling regularity.
BSV solidified their lead at the 72 minute mark, as L. De Buck
dribbled the ball through the opposing central defence and scored to make it 7 - 1.
Cheers filled the stadium as D. Farmakocheris
broke through the visitors' central defence to put away the ball to increase the lead to 8 - 1 to BSV.
Possession in the forty-five minutes was dominated by BSV, with 68 percent of the ball.
BSV's top performer was clearly M. Paravicini
On the other hand, J. Bardisa
's play was disheartening.
Most important Bulltown player was I. Petrov
on the other hand, had a terrible day.
The match ends 8 - 1.