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The weather was pretty good, and a crowd of 24448 had shown up at '89 Sportpálya for the match. Tom Jacobsson was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Ventzislav Todorov and Pavol Zmija. They fielded: Goron - Berzsenyi, Gulyás, Lakatos - Dénesi, Lattek, Csató, Füvesi - Cziczere, Csaplár-Nagy, Balog.

Starters: Grueso - Bermeo, Rosales, Larrea, Vera, Morán - Carrera, Madruga Martín, Domínguez - Machado, Pozo.

Magyarország fielded a 3-4-3 lineup. For Ecuador, the formation of choice was 5-3-2. Magyarország showed off their divine creative tactics. Ecuador clearly had decided to counter-attack when they could, taking advantage of their solid level with that tactic. After 9 minutes, Márton Balog sent the corner kick right to Dániel Csató who headed it sharply past the keeper. 1 - 0! A magnificent combination in the middle resulted in Magyarország's Kálmán Csaplár-Nagy increasing the lead to 2 - 0. 26 minutes into the match, Magyarország's András Füvesi demonstrated his famed speed as he raced past his marker and passed the ball to Krisztián Dénesi who chipped it in for 3 - 0. A speedy charge from the left side of the field increased the lead of Magyarország to 4 - 0 as Barnabás Cziczere finished it off competently, firing in from an acute angle. Magyarország increased the lead as Márton Balog struck to make the score 5 - 0 after an attack from the left left him unmarked in front of the keeper. 38 minutes into the match, the visitors' central line of defence had to look on as Kálmán Csaplár-Nagy broke through, making the score 6 - 0 for Magyarország. 39 minutes into the match, the speedy Márton Balog easily outpaced Guillermo Bermeo, chipped the keeper and made the score 7 - 0. Magyarország's Kálmán Csaplár-Nagy saw his fine effort strike the top of the bar following some good work up the middle by his teammates after 40 minutes. It was 7 - 0 at the break. Possession in the forty-five minutes was dominated by Magyarország, with 85 percent of the ball.

Although the whole team were struggling to impress, Ecuador's Sebastián Pozo was singled out as being the problem as he was called off the pitch after 46 minutes. Pepe Moncayo was given a chance to change things around. With Sebastián Pozo no longer on the pitch, Pepe Moncayo became the new set pieces taker. As the captain was no longer on the pitch, Pepe Moncayo took over the role of being the Ecuador captain. Ecuador needed a fresh pair of legs on the field, and after 46 minutes Rodrigo Grueso made way for Edmundo Zurita. After 46 minutes, Ecuador switched Gualberto Rosales with Paco Yanke, hoping for a quick impact on the pitch. Content with how the game was proceeding, the Magyarország coach let Géza Tamási replace Botond Gulyás after 46 minutes. Cheers filled the stadium as Kálmán Csaplár-Nagy broke through the visitors' central defence to put away the ball to increase the lead to 8 - 0 to Magyarország. That made three goals for Kálmán Csaplár-Nagy and he was marked down for the hat trick. Barnabás Cziczere unleashed a swerving effort from the right that the visitors' keeper did well to tip wide. Zoltán Berzsenyi wanted to play on, but the Magyarország coach had other ideas, and he was replaced 71 minutes into the game by Andor Kiss. The opposing supporters gave the referee an earful when he only gave Ignacio Madruga Martín from Ecuador a yellow card after a mistimed challenge from behind 74 minutes into the game. That was far too lenient! Magyarország's Márton Balog had an excellent opportunity after 76 minutes, shooting after receiving a pass from the right hand side, but he missed the goal by miles! Always quick on his feet, Magyarország's Krisztián Dénesi sped down the field after 77 minutes, but his pass to Barnabás Cziczere was just a bit too far ahead for him to get a good shot off. The Magyarország players could smell victory in the air. Krisztián Dénesi wasn't in a hurry to leave the field as he was substituted for Gotlíb Bánk after 81 minutes. Coming from the right, Márton Balog almost managed to score another goal for Magyarország, but his header was tipped over the bar by the visitors' keeper. The players were tired, but when the referee announced that there would be 1 minute of added time they, nonetheless, welcomed the extra opportunity to make an impact. The match ends 8 - 0. Magyarország had most of the ball, with 87 percent of possession.

Most important Magyarország player was Barnabás Cziczere. Andor Kiss turned in a dismal performance, however. Ecuador's best player was Pepe Moncayo. On the other hand, Gilmar Vera's play was disheartening.

Rating details

Midfield outstanding (high) wretched (high) 39 7 10/20 2/20
Right defence mythical (high) inadequate (high) 67 19 17/20 5/20
Central defence supernatural (high) passable (high) 55 23 14/20 6/20
Left defence magical (high) inadequate (very high) 71 20 18/20 5/20
Right attack brilliant (very high) weak (very high) 44 16 11/20 4/20
Central attack excellent (very low) passable (very high) 29 24 8/20 6/20
Left attack brilliant (very high) passable (low) 44 22 11/20 6/20
Indirect set pieces
Defence formidable (very low) weak (low) 33 14 9/20 4/20
Attack passable (very low) passable (low) 21 22 6/20 6/20
Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Play creatively Counter-attacks
Tactic skill divine solid 20 7 20/20 7/20
Style of play 50% Offensive 100% Defensive

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1 - 0  Dániel Csató 9'
2 - 0  Kálmán Csaplár-Nagy 15'
3 - 0  Krisztián Dénesi 26'
4 - 0  Barnabás Cziczere 33'
5 - 0  Márton Balog 37'
6 - 0  Kálmán Csaplár-Nagy 38'
7 - 0  Márton Balog 39'
8 - 0  Kálmán Csaplár-Nagy 50'
1 booking accumulated Ignacio Madruga Martín 74'
Substitution Out  Sebastián Pozo
In  Pepe Moncayo
Substitution Out  Rodrigo Grueso
In  Edmundo Zurita
Substitution Out  Gualberto Rosales
In  Paco Yanke
Formation Out  Botond Gulyás
In  Géza Tamási
3-4-3  To  2-5-3
Substitution Out  Zoltán Berzsenyi
In  Andor Kiss
Substitution Out  Krisztián Dénesi
In  Gotlíb Bánk



Chance distribution

Home Away
14 0

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

Replays (20 times)

Home Draw Away
20 0 0

8,8 Average goals 0

This shows the results of 20 extra simulations of this game.

Replays Breakdown

1 - 0
2 - 0
3 - 0
4 - 0
5 - 0
6 - 0
7 - 0
8 - 0
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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 formidable (very low) weak (low) 33 14 9/20 4/20
Attack passable (very low) passable (low) 21 22 6/20 6/20


Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Play creatively Counter-attacks
Tactic skill divine solid 20 7 20/20 7/20
Style of play 50% Offensive 100% Defensive

Average ratings

Total player experience outstanding (low) weak (high) 38 15 10/20 4/20
Average midfield outstanding (high) wretched (high) 39 7 10/20 2/20
Average defence mythical (very low) passable (very low) 65 21 17/20 6/20
Average attack outstanding (high) passable (very low) 39 21 10/20 6/20
Total average magnificent (very high) weak (very high) 48 16 12/20 5/20


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