The weather was pretty good, and a crowd of 1709 had shown up at Teatro de los sueños
for the match. Nils Hierl
was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Sakıp Perver
and Kunibald Großmayer
Quilpué decided to use a 4-4-2 set up.
The following players took the field: Cividáns - Guajardo, Asenjo, Marre, Garretón - Freire, Dittmann, Barcelo, Larrañaga - Chao, Parro.
11Valerones tactics involved an interesting 2-5-3 combination.
Starters: Ruponen - Serrano, Fardel - Dalbi, Pérez-Serrano, Pescina, Estor, Wittmund - Mangini, Zwarthoed, Scantamburlo.
Quilpué were mostly trying to use their skill at attacking on the flanks.
At the 6 minute mark, it looked like the opportunity for Quilpué to score had been missed until J. Chao
suddenly worked his way clear and fired off a spectacular shot. The keeper had no chance! 1 - 0.
of 11Valerones was booked for kicking the ball away after the whistle.
Cheers filled the stadium as R. Larrañaga
broke through the visitors' central defence to put away the ball to increase the lead to 2 - 0 to Quilpué.
After this, you could see that the players of Quilpué were more interested in killing time than scoring more goals.
A bit later, 11Valerones's H. Zwarthoed
easily reduced the lead to 2 - 1 after a misunderstanding in the home side's central defence.
The teams went for the halftime break at 2 - 1.
11Valerones claimed to have seen most of the ball, and the statistics agreed with them - possession being 65 percent.
The visitors kept the pressure on to tie the game when, after 56 minutes, I. Dalbi
broke through the centre and found himself alone with the keeper. E. Cividáns
made a great block, though.
11Valerones made it 2 - 2 as C. Mangini
got a touch to the floated corner kick and flicked the ball to C. Pérez-Serrano
who whipped a low drive in off the far post.
11Valerones's E. Scantamburlo
was shown a yellow card for standing over the ball and blocking an opponent's quick free kick after 69 minutes.
would have preferred to play on, but his coach decided otherwise. D. Portillo
entered the game for Quilpué as the match clock showed 75 minutes.
80 minutes into the match, the referee signalled for a Quilpué substitution. J. Reyes
came on for R. Barcelo
81 minutes into the game, Quilpué wanted to bring some new energy to their game. P. Parro
gave F. Jara
a quick hug as he left the field.
A mistake by the home side's central defence after 81 minutes allowed G. Serrano
to score for 11Valerones. The scoreboard now read 2 - 3.
was called on to replace 11Valerones's T. Fardel
after 83 minutes following a nasty collision.
With 84 minutes played, after a good run down the left, N. Freire
went down looking for a penalty after a challenge from the visitors' right fullback, but the referee waved play on, and later warned him for diving.
With 87 minutes played, R. Larrañaga
of Quilpué fell dramatically just outside the penalty area. However, the referee was unimpressed, and booked him for diving.
Possession in this half belonged to 11Valerones, who controlled the ball 62 percent of the time.
The most dominating Quilpué player was without a doubt R. Larrañaga
was a disappointment, however.
performed admirably for 11Valerones.
On the other hand, J. Ruponen
's play was disheartening.
The match ends 2 - 3.