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126817 spectators had come to The Fortress this cloudy day. Martin Hjertsjö was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Ilkka Merilahti and Denis Rognon. They fielded: Andalas - Nasuha, Pieterz, Rais, Kido - Salossa, Riadi, Roring, Aksa, Goldstein - Zamroni.

The following players had been chosen: Godharvi - Quraishi, Waris, Chatha, Sajjad, Bhutta - Siddiqui, Khan, Alvi - Masood, Shariq.

The teams had chosen different formations for the match. Home team U-20 Indonesia went for 4-5-1 while U-20 Pakistan has decided to play a 5-3-2 lineup. For their match strategy, U-20 Indonesia had decided to use their magnificent ability to counter-attack whenever possible. Counter-attacking seemed to be the preferred strategy of U-20 Pakistan, taking advantage of their supernatural level with that tactic. With 9 minutes played, the visitors broke through on the right after some poor defending. Isa Khan put the ball away for 0 - 1. Vicky Kido seemed highly inexperienced when, after 41 minutes, he was caught dilly-dallying with the ball and allowed Shah Masood to intercept and strike home the goal for U-20 Pakistan to make the score 0 - 2. 0 - 2 was the halftime score. Possession in the forty-five minutes was dominated by U-20 Indonesia, with 63 percent of the ball.

U-20 Pakistan mounted an inspired counterattack down the right wing after 52 minutes, but Dawar Alvi was unable to convert from short range. U-20 Indonesia needed a fresh pair of legs on the field, and after 61 minutes Asbi Pieterz made way for Arthur Widyantoro. With 61 minutes gone, Asjad Shariq suddenly found himself completely free on the right wing when a counterattack by U-20 Pakistan caught their opponents by surprise. Only a great save by the opposing keeper prevented him from scoring. The bench was restless, and with 71 minutes passed U-20 Indonesia's coach gave Daryadi Maryono the opportunity the player had been hoping for. Sigit Riadi reluctantly left the field. After 71 minutes, U-20 Indonesia switched Steven Nasuha with Rasji Name, hoping for a quick impact on the pitch. With Steven Nasuha no longer on the pitch, Aldin Salossa became the new set pieces taker. The coach of U-20 Pakistan was happy with the game so far, but still wanted to change the line up. After 74 minutes, Adam Khan came on for Hussein Waris. Content with how the game was proceeding, the U-20 Pakistan coach let Shahid Lodhi replace Isa Khan after 89 minutes. Asjad Shariq wanted to play on, but the U-20 Pakistan coach had other ideas, and he was replaced 89 minutes into the game by Wakeel Khosa. It was announced by the referee that he estimated stoppage time to be around 1 minute. This meant there could still be an extra attack or two left in the match! The match ends 0 - 2. U-20 Indonesia had most of the ball, with 64 percent of possession.

Most important U-20 Indonesia player was Arthur Widyantoro. However, Aldin Salossa made a disastrous appearance. U-20 Pakistan's top performer was clearly Shah Masood. On the other hand, Dawar Alvi's play was disheartening.

Rating details

Midfield passable (very low) poor (very high) 21 12 6/20 3/20
Right defence world class (low) supernatural (high) 50 55 13/20 14/20
Central defence brilliant (very high) world class (very high) 44 52 11/20 13/20
Left defence titanic (very low) supernatural (very high) 57 56 15/20 14/20
Right attack poor (high) outstanding (high) 11 39 3/20 10/20
Central attack weak (high) inadequate (very low) 15 17 4/20 5/20
Left attack brilliant (very low) outstanding (very low) 41 37 11/20 10/20
 
Indirect set pieces
Defence solid (very low) solid (high) 25 27 7/20 7/20
Attack weak (very high) inadequate (low) 16 18 4/20 5/20
 
Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Counter-attacks Counter-attacks
Tactic skill magnificent supernatural 12 14 12/20 14/20
Style of play 80% Defensive 40% Defensive
 

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Highlights

0 - 1  Isa Khan 9'
0 - 2  Shah Masood 41'
Formation Out  Asbi Pieterz
In  Arthur Widyantoro
Towards Wing To  Normal
RCD  To  CF
4-5-1  To  3-5-2
61'
Substitution Out  Sigit Riadi
In  Daryadi Maryono
Defensive To  Normal
71'
Substitution Out  Steven Nasuha
In  Rasji Name
71'
Substitution Out  Hussein Waris
In  Adam Khan
74'
Substitution Out  Isa Khan
In  Shahid Lodhi
89'
Substitution Out  Asjad Shariq
In  Wakeel Khosa
89'

Possession

63%
37%
64%
36%

Chance distribution

Home Away
6 4

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

Replays (20 times)

Home Draw Away
10 3 7

0,7 Average goals 0,5

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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 (high) 25 27 7/20 7/20
Attack weak (very high) inadequate (low) 16 18 4/20 5/20

Miscellaneous

Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Counter-attacks Counter-attacks
Tactic skill magnificent supernatural 12 14 12/20 14/20
Style of play 80% Defensive 40% Defensive

Average ratings

Total player experience weak (very low) weak (low) 13 14 4/20 4/20
Average midfield passable (very low) poor (very high) 21 12 6/20 3/20
Average defence world class (low) supernatural (low) 50 54 13/20 14/20
Average attack passable (low) excellent (high) 22 31 6/20 8/20
Total average excellent (high) excellent (very high) 31 32 8/20 9/20

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