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A brilliantly sunny day had enticed more people than usual to see the game. One club official counted 235 people along the sidelines of PIONERSKI DOM. It was a sunny day and the technical players could roll the ball around with ease. Those that had to chase after the ball found the weather less appealing, it especially stymied the game of Powerful and Quick players. The boys who got to play today were: Mitanovski - Grameno, Lazarev, Abrashi - Cikarski, Blazevski, Lluci, Panevski, Trifunoski - Muzaka, Paqarizi.

The lucky starting players: Jespersen - Kỳ Võ, Gade - Clemmensen, Lade, Kaya, Pedersen, Sværke - Schulz, Ibsen, Ølholm.

PIONERI entered the field in a 3-5-2 formation. The visitors, Youth Excellence BK, chose to start the game with a 2-5-3 lineup. PIONERI took a creative approach on the field. YEBK seemed to prefer attacking in the middle. Malen Muzaka was congratulated by the PIONERI lads, having secured the lead with his 1 - 0 goal. He weaved through the guest’s central defenders, then clipped the ball in low to the keeper's right. Zoki Lazarev looked like a seasoned veteran as he increased PIONERI's lead to 2 - 0 from the penalty spot. Did someone forget the pre-match briefing today? The PIONERI lads didn't seem to have a clue what to do, and their organisation level dropped to inadequate. 26 minutes into the game, YEBK's attack got through on the right, but René Kaya hit the volley with his shin pads and the ball bounced slowly towards the corner flag. Given a free kick in a difficult position after 28 minutes, PIONERI tried a variation that they had practised in training. The kick was sent into the area just in front of the keeper. However, the defence were on their toes and allowed no space for a finish. It was 2 - 0 at the break. In this half PIONERI were the most energetic, keeping the ball to themselves for 59 percent of the time.

After handing out some oranges, PIONERI's coach repeated his tactical instructions to the team. The boys finally got it, and were back at solid organisation when the whistle blew again. Central attacks were the recipe of the day for YEBK, and they were successfully passing the ball from the wing into the middle as a result. Thorkil Pedersen had a couple of good opportunities to reply, but the home team's goalkeeper Cane Mitanovski just wouldn't surrender. PIONERI congratulated themselves after the 3 - 0 goal, which meant they had increased their lead. Malen Muzaka came running from the right side and did not stop until he was standing inside the goal with the ball. The coach of PIONERI 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. PIONERI extended their lead to 4 - 0. The boy of the moment was Ladim Paqarizi, who protected the ball well as he jinked in from the left side to find space for the finish. 86 minutes into the game, PIONERI scored again. Ladim Paqarizi had picked up a stray ball, entered the box from the left, and then coolly rounded the goalkeeper for the 5 - 0 goal. YEBK can often rely on Rune Ibsen to create chances using his speed alone. This time, he passed sideways to a teammate after an enormous rush down the midfield after 87 minutes, creating lots of space. Jim Schulz was just a bit too far ahead for him to get a good shot off. YEBK's right side looked dangerous after 87 minutes, as Jim Schulz broke through. However Cane Mitanovski almost looked like a senior goalie when he caught the lift into the box with ease. PIONERI's Zoki Lazarev was the happiest boy in town after the 6 - 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. The match ends with a 6 - 0 score. PIONERI, bringing their ball possession to 59 percent, seemed most ambitious today.

The PIONERI players gave Ivan Panevski a group hug after the game, claiming he'd been "really great". Jetan Grameno showed he still has a lot to learn. YEBK's Edvard Ølholm had a great game and was congratulated by his team mates. This lad could be going places! Jørn Jespersen left the field with tears in his eyes, knowing he had been the worst player on his team.

Rating details

Midfield weak (high) poor (low) 15 10 4/20 3/20
Right defence passable (high) wretched (low) 23 6 6/20 2/20
Central defence solid (low) weak (very low) 26 13 7/20 4/20
Left defence excellent (very low) wretched (low) 29 6 8/20 2/20
Right attack inadequate (low) passable (low) 18 22 5/20 6/20
Central attack weak (very high) solid (very low) 16 25 4/20 7/20
Left attack inadequate (very low) inadequate (very high) 17 20 5/20 5/20
Indirect set pieces
Defence solid (high) weak (very low) 27 13 7/20 4/20
Attack passable (low) inadequate (very high) 22 20 6/20 5/20
Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Play creatively Attack in the Middle
Tactic skill wretched excellent 2 8 2/20 8/20


1 - 0  Malen Muzaka 3'
2 - 0  Zoki Lazarev 18'
3 - 0  Malen Muzaka 67'
4 - 0  Ladim Paqarizi 83'
5 - 0  Ladim Paqarizi 86'
6 - 0  Zoki Lazarev 88'



Chance distribution

Home Away
8 4

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

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 (high) weak (very low) 27 13 7/20 4/20
Attack passable (low) inadequate (very high) 22 20 6/20 5/20


Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Play creatively Attack in the Middle
Tactic skill wretched excellent 2 8 2/20 8/20

Average ratings

Total player experience disastrous (low) disastrous (high) 2 3 1/20 1/20
Average midfield weak (high) poor (low) 15 10 4/20 3/20
Average defence solid (low) wretched (very high) 26 8 7/20 2/20
Average attack inadequate (very low) passable (low) 17 22 5/20 6/20
Total average inadequate (high) weak (very low) 19 13 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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