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-S.K.- 3 - 0 VFB

It had been a rainy day, and no more than 211 were scattered around Detska Gradinka 2 to see the game. The rain was pouring down, it was the kind of weather favoured by strong players who stick to simple football. For players possessing of speed or technical skills, the day really was as grim as for everyone else. The coach fielded the following talents: Chadikovski - Gjergji, Pushkoski - Kacarski, Toshevski, Lefterovski, Jadrovski, Tanasovski - Malinov, Hadzievski, Vrencovski.

Starters: Bolívar - Jiménez, Abondano, Borrás, Fontalvo - Rolón, Suárez, Laverde, Cuadros, Mojica - Zúñiga.

...:: STEFAN ::... entered the field in a 2-5-3 formation. The visitors, Valledupar Fútbol Club B, chose to start the game with a 4-5-1 lineup. VFB showed off their creative tactics. 2 minutes into the game, Siljan Malinov had to leave the field due to a rib injury. This gave Zivko Vidinski a chance to take to the field instead. Lacking experience with the current tactics, the players of -S.K.- kept running into each other on the pitch. They only managed a passable level of organisation. VFB nearly took the initiative in the game at this point, but Kirce Chadikovski anticipated Esteban Laverde's half-volley well enough to tip it away. Valentin Tanasovski cut in from the right and played it prettily to Janko Kacarski, who has a certain talent for the attacking header. That's 1 - 0 for -S.K.-. An equalising goal seemed certain after 25 minutes when Jorge Enrique Zúñiga came down the left side, but Kirce Chadikovski just managed the save. -S.K.-'s Zivko Vidinski looked like a potential match-winner there, but his rush down the middle after 28 minutes, and subsequent well positioned shot, was intercepted by a defender. Valentin Tanasovski should probably have put his team up another goal after 29 minutes, but Luis Alfredo Bolívar made a confident save and kept the visitors in the game. VFB did not seem very confident about what to do on the pitch, the organisation level having broken down to passable. 1 - 0 was the score after 45 minutes. Neither team was controlling the action at this point in the match.

-S.K.-'s coach repeated the basics of football tactics during the break, which helped his players achieve solid organisation afterwards. The boys of VFB were eager to get some feedback from their coach. His tactical review helped raise the team organisation to solid. -S.K.-'s Miladin Vrencovski was the happiest boy in town after the 2 - 0 goal, having seen his shot go between the legs of the advancing goalkeeper and into the net. The assist had come in from a mate out on the right wing. A savvy corner kick from Tashko Jadrovski reached Daniel Lefterovski, who is making a name for himself with his fine headers. The co-operation led to a goal for -S.K.-, making the tally 3 - 0. 81 minutes into the match, -S.K.-'s Maksim Hadzievski tried to nail the coffin shut, but his shot from the left glanced off the top of the bar to fall behind the net. The coach of VFB was embarrassed to see his players fail the tactical setup. Many played out of position and the organisation level of the team dropped to inadequate. Luis Alfredo Bolívar kept the visitors in the game with an amazing save after 85 minutes, following Selim Gjergji's cannonball kick. One for the TV cameras - had they been around. -S.K.-'s Miladin Vrencovski got himself booked after a foul. As the match wraps up the score is 3 - 0. -S.K.-, bringing their ball possession to 52 percent, seemed most ambitious today.

The coach of -S.K.- was especially pleased with Maksim Hadzievski after the game. On the other hand, Tashko Jadrovski's performance hadn't been very good at all. The spectators agreed that the most impressive boy in VFB today had been Jorge Enrique Zúñiga. Juan Borrás left the field with tears in his eyes, knowing he had been the worst player on his team.

Rating details

Midfield weak (high) weak (low) 15 14 4/20 4/20
Right defence passable (low) excellent (low) 22 30 6/20 8/20
Central defence passable (low) solid (low) 22 26 6/20 7/20
Left defence passable (very high) passable (high) 24 23 6/20 6/20
Right attack passable (very low) passable (low) 21 22 6/20 6/20
Central attack passable (very low) inadequate (low) 21 18 6/20 5/20
Left attack inadequate (high) inadequate (high) 19 19 5/20 5/20
 
Indirect set pieces
Defence solid (very low) solid (very low) 25 25 7/20 7/20
Attack passable (low) inadequate (very high) 22 20 6/20 5/20
 
Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Normal Play creatively
Tactic skill (no tactic) poor (no tactic) 3 3/20
 

Highlights

1 - 0  Janko Kacarski 16'
2 - 0  Miladin Vrencovski 66'
3 - 0  Daniel Lefterovski 69'
Miladin Vrencovski 85'
Siljan Malinov 2'
Substitution Out Siljan Malinov
In Zivko Vidinski
2'

Possession

50%
50%
52%
48%

Chance distribution

Home Away
9 4

3 Left attack 2
3 Central attack 1
1 Right attack 1
0 Other 0
2 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 solid (very low) solid (very low) 25 25 7/20 7/20
Attack passable (low) inadequate (very high) 22 20 6/20 5/20

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 (high) disastrous (high) 3 3 1/20 1/20
Average midfield weak (high) weak (low) 15 14 4/20 4/20
Average defence passable (low) solid (low) 22 26 6/20 7/20
Average attack inadequate (very high) inadequate (very high) 20 20 5/20 5/20
Total average inadequate (high) inadequate (very high) 19 20 5/20 5/20
The youth player ratings presented here show ratings as they were at the end of the match.

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