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young-re 3 - 4 VLZ

The weather was decent, and some 286 people were interested enough in the game to visit nasa mala today. The lucky starting players: Andoni - Martinoski, Davidoski, Koreshi - Chavdarov, Fidanovski, Zhurevski, Ravnjanski - Shumkovski, Gjoni, Dameski.

The coach fielded the following talents: van Gent - Houtenbrink, Ramessar, Cassen - Zwier, Einthoven, Admiraal, Monkau, Lensen - van Muiswinkel, van Wolde.

young sifco resen started the game in a 3-4-3 formation, whereas Verliezen lined up in a 3-5-2 formation. VLZ demonstrated their creative tactics on the field. The coach of young-re was embarrassed to see his players fail the tactical setup. Many played out of position and the organisation level of the team dropped to poor. After 20 minutes, VLZ pulled ahead, making the score 0 - 1, courtesy of Benjamin Admiraal. The teenager had anticipated a cross from the left and unleashed a cannonball of a shot which nestled in the far corner of the goal. A minor tussle in the guest's penalty box, around 35 minutes into the game, gave the home team a penalty. Odise Koreshi looked mature beyond his years, no mistake and 1 - 1. The guests almost went up by a goal in the 37:th minute when Klaus Einthoven came through from the right. The ball bounced harmlessly off the post, though. young-re's Blasko Ravnjanski's early cross took everyone by surprise except for Jerin Gjoni, who pleased his coach with a simple but effective shot to make the score 2 - 1. The visitors' Edgar Monkau got some well deserved attention after that furious rush on the left side, leading to the 2 - 2 equaliser 39 minutes into the match. The referee confirmed the score as 2 - 2 when he signalled for the halftime break. VLZ didn't seem to want to give the ball away in this half, which resulted in 65 percent of the possession.

After handing out some oranges, young-re's coach repeated his tactical instructions to the team. The boys finally got it, and were back at passable organisation when the whistle blew again. As the 46 minute approached, the young-re coach decided it was time for a substitution. Kirce Dameski reluctantly made way for Teutan Ramadani on the pitch. Narest Andoni was beaming with pride after 52 minutes, as he dived full length and stopped a shot by the visitors' Liam van Wolde. Jerin Gjoni's name was on everyone's lips after his goal 60 minutes into the game. It was a combination through the middle putting young-re ahead 3 - 2. All square again as the visitors put away the 3 - 3 after 69 minutes. Benjamin Admiraal came in from the right, reached a rebound and blasted it in. Very determined - seldom you see that in a teenager. VLZ took the lead 72 minutes into the game, scoring to make the score 3 - 4. Edgar Monkau intercepted a sloppy pass in central midfield, stepped past his marker and fired a cute shot into the bottom corner. Having successfully challenged his marker and even the goalkeeper, VLZ's Edgar Monkau made it into the box in the 80th minute, and could easily place the ball in the unguarded goal. At the last moment, a defender sprang up from the left, clearing the ball on the line. The match ends 3 - 4. In this half VLZ were the most energetic, keeping the ball to themselves for 61 percent of the time.

The spectators agreed that the most impressive boy in young-re today had been Teutan Ramadani. The coach took Bozhidar Fidanovski aside after the game, telling him it is okay to have a bad day on the pitch as long as you keep trying. Liam van Wolde performed especially well for VLZ - this one could be a candidate for the senior squad one day. Hilco van Gent needs a lot of extra training, however.

Rating details

Midfield poor (very high) inadequate (very high) 12 20 3/20 5/20
Right defence inadequate (very low) passable (very low) 17 21 5/20 6/20
Central defence excellent (very low) passable (very low) 29 21 8/20 6/20
Left defence inadequate (low) inadequate (high) 18 19 5/20 5/20
Right attack inadequate (very high) inadequate (low) 20 18 5/20 5/20
Central attack solid (high) passable (high) 27 23 7/20 6/20
Left attack inadequate (very low) passable (low) 17 22 5/20 6/20
 
Indirect set pieces
Defence passable (low) inadequate (very high) 22 20 6/20 5/20
Attack solid (high) passable (low) 27 22 7/20 6/20
 
Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Normal Play creatively
Tactic skill (no tactic) poor (no tactic) 3 3/20
 

Highlights

0 - 1  Benjamin Admiraal 20'
1 - 1  Odise Koreshi 35'
2 - 1  Jerin Gjoni 38'
2 - 2  Edgar Monkau 39'
3 - 2  Jerin Gjoni 60'
3 - 3  Benjamin Admiraal 69'
3 - 4  Edgar Monkau 72'
Substitution Out  Kirce Dameski
In  Teutan Ramadani
46'

Possession

35%
65%
39%
61%

Chance distribution

Home Away
3 7

0 Left attack 2
1 Central attack 2
0 Right attack 3
1 Other 0
1 Special events 0

Rating details

Please note that the percentages above are meant to guide you, but they do not equate to the exact probabilities (to score for example) used in the match engine.

Indirect set pieces

Defence passable (low) inadequate (very high) 22 20 6/20 5/20
Attack solid (high) passable (low) 27 22 7/20 6/20

Miscellaneous

Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Normal Play creatively
Tactic skill (no tactic) poor (no tactic) 3 3/20

Average ratings

Total player experience disastrous (very high) disastrous (very high) 4 4 1/20 1/20
Average midfield poor (very high) inadequate (very high) 12 20 3/20 5/20
Average defence passable (low) inadequate (very high) 22 20 6/20 5/20
Average attack passable (very low) passable (very low) 21 21 6/20 6/20
Total average inadequate (low) inadequate (very high) 18 20 5/20 6/20
The youth player ratings presented here show ratings as they were at the end of the match.

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