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The weather was decent, and some 226 people were interested enough in the game to visit Noljakan kenttä today. The picks for today were: Davidila - Hämeenkorpi, Herrgård - Kare, Ylisuutari, Juntunen, Riissanen, Kangaslampi - Marsch, Pihlman, Leikoski.

The coach fielded the following talents: Borjanovski - Blazev, Bozinov, Aspasiev, Ilieski, Bundovski - Kostovski, Trajchov, Dajti - Filev, Bocevski.

HC Noljakka jrs fielded a 2-5-3 lineup. For zumbebe2, the formation of choice was 5-3-2. HC Njrs displayed their ability to play creatively. Inspired by a textbook of football tactics, the zumbebe2 boys would today try to challenge the opposition defence with quick clearances and long ball attacks. HC Njrs took the lead 7 minutes in, as the brash young Sami Leikoski got around his defenders to the left and put the 1 - 0 shot just beyond the reach of the frustrated keeper. zumbebe2 did not seem very confident about what to do on the pitch, the organisation level having broken down to passable. HC Njrs's Niko Pihlman looked like a potential match-winner there, but his rush down the middle after 26 minutes, and subsequent well positioned shot, was intercepted by a defender. Sami Leikoski almost put HC Njrs ahead another goal when he curled a free kick over the defensive wall and almost into the net, but the visitors' keeper got there just in time to knock it wide. Jahir Dajti completed a successful zumbebe2 counterattack 33 minutes into the game. His neat finish from the left ended up in the goal for 1 - 1. The opposition keeper was very upset, pleading his innocence to the coach. Lacking experience with the current tactics, the players of zumbebe2 kept running into each other on the pitch. They only managed a weak level of organisation. Some hustling and bustling on the left wing somehow resulted in a goal for HC Njrs after 38 minutes, putting them ahead 2 - 1. The goal was credited to Jyrki Marsch. 40 minutes into the game, HC Njrs's Sami Leikoski turned in a penalty to make it 3 - 1 without any problems. It was 3 - 1 at the break. This half the HC Njrs boys hung on to the ball, with 77 percent of possession.

The zumbebe2 players spent the break at the feet of their coach, contemplating the mistakes they'd made so far. It helped them reach passable organisation when the match kicked off again. After 52 minutes, zumbebe2 substituted Maksim Borjanovski for Burak Doğan, hoping for a quick impact on the pitch. zumbebe2 appeared uncertain how to play and their organisation was only passable. Jyrki Marsch feigned, rushed, and dribbled from right to centre, almost managing to give HC Njrs another goal after his determined run. However, his marker was tracking back well and managed to block the shot. HC Njrs were awarded a penalty 65 minutes into the game, and Sami Leikoski managed to score - despite being visibly nervous about it. 4 - 1 for the home side. After the third goal, Sami Leikoski couldn't stop mentioning to his team mates that he had scored a hat trick. HC Njrs wanted more goals, and one nearly came as Juuso Ylisuutari received a cross from the right and unleashed a volley wide of the mark after 72 minutes. Burak Doğan went down after twisting his right ankle in minute 73, but were able to continue the match none the less. Gorjan Blazev was the first to reach a ball coming from deep down his own center defence, and the young zumbebe2 player was able to catch the opposition goalkeeper by surprise. 4 - 2, 80 minutes into the fray. The match ends with a 4 - 2 score. HC Njrs pleased their coach greatly, as they maintained 77 percent of possession.

The HC Njrs players gave Sami Leikoski a group hug after the game, claiming he'd been "really great". On the other hand, Tommi Davidila's performance hadn't been very good at all. The spectators agreed that the most impressive boy in zumbebe2 today had been Tashko Kostovski. Miroslav Bozinov left the field with tears in his eyes, knowing he had been the worst player on his team.

Rating details

Midfield inadequate (very low) wretched (very low) 17 5 5/20 2/20
Right defence poor (very high) solid (very low) 12 25 3/20 7/20
Central defence poor (very high) solid (very low) 12 25 3/20 7/20
Left defence weak (high) solid (low) 15 26 4/20 7/20
Right attack passable (high) inadequate (high) 23 19 6/20 5/20
Central attack passable (low) weak (low) 22 14 6/20 4/20
Left attack inadequate (low) inadequate (very low) 18 17 5/20 5/20
Indirect set pieces
Defence inadequate (very high) passable (low) 20 22 5/20 6/20
Attack inadequate (low) passable (low) 18 22 5/20 6/20
Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Play creatively Counter-attacks
Tactic skill wretched passable 2 6 2/20 6/20


1 - 0  Sami Leikoski 7'
1 - 1  Jahir Dajti 33'
2 - 1  Jyrki Marsch 38'
3 - 1  Sami Leikoski 40'
4 - 1  Sami Leikoski 65'
4 - 2  Gorjan Blazev 80'
Burak Doğan 73'
Substitution Out  Maksim Borjanovski
In  Burak Doğan



Chance distribution

Home Away
10 2

3 Left attack 1
2 Central attack 1
2 Right attack 0
3 Other 0
0 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 inadequate (very high) passable (low) 20 22 5/20 6/20
Attack inadequate (low) passable (low) 18 22 5/20 6/20


Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Play creatively Counter-attacks
Tactic skill wretched passable 2 6 2/20 6/20

Average ratings

Total player experience disastrous (very high) disastrous (low) 4 2 1/20 1/20
Average midfield inadequate (very low) wretched (very low) 17 5 5/20 2/20
Average defence weak (very low) solid (very low) 13 25 4/20 7/20
Average attack passable (very low) inadequate (very low) 21 17 6/20 5/20
Total average inadequate (very low) weak (very high) 17 16 5/20 4/20
The youth player ratings presented here show ratings as they were at the end of the match.


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