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Clear skies welcomed the 25415 spectators who had made their way to Kournaklia Arena. Norberto Briceño was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Robby Bekaert and Heribert Geissberger. The following players had been chosen: Aspiotis - Chatziioannou, Fotilas, Gravanis, Papageorgakopoulos - Zouvelekis, Geladaris, Arvanitakis, Tsirigotakis - Dimitriou, Zelidis.

They fielded: Lhuiller - Caguioa, Bayle, Brody, Reyna - del Bianco, Rojas Go, Del Rosario, Legaspi - Yaplito, Brennan.

4-4-2 was the choice of the day for both coaches. Hellas showed off their divine creative tactics. After 24 minutes Raul Radcliff Legaspi made a speedy advance and dropped the ball to Kirk Brennan who shuffled it past the keeper. The score was now 0 - 1. Inocencio Yaplito was, after 25 minutes, almost able to extend the visitors' lead with a well placed diving header after the ball had looped into the centre, but the home side's keeper Nikos Aspiotis made the save. With 35 minutes played, Hellas's Sofoklis 'The Beast' Zelidis found an opening in the visitors' left side defence, but his shot was handled easily by the keeper. 0 - 1 was the score after the first half. Possession in this half belonged to Pilipinas, who controlled the ball 53 percent of the time.

Content with how the game was proceeding, the Pilipinas coach let Norman Seward replace Inocencio Yaplito after 46 minutes. After 47 minutes, Hellas switched Nikolaos Gravanis with Thanos Mpatakos, hoping for a quick impact on the pitch. The Hellas players listened closely to their manager, as he gave new tactical instructions for the team. Had it not been for one of the home defenders, Edward Bayle would have put Pilipinas up another goal 57 minutes into the match with his audacious lob from the right wing. Although the whole team were struggling to impress, Hellas's Sofoklis 'The Beast' Zelidis was singled out as being the problem as he was called off the pitch after 62 minutes. Stamos Kampanis was given a chance to change things around. Chris Del Rosario left the field with a smile on his face as he was substituted 69 minutes into the game, as his team was in the lead. Mark Joseph Ayala was the replacement. Hellas's Efstratios Tsirigotakis got himself booked for a foul. Mark Joseph Ayala went down after twisting his left ankle after 74 minutes, and had to leave the pitch. Julio Drinkuth had already been warming up, and came on for Mark Joseph Ayala. The bench was restless, and with 75 minutes passed Hellas's coach gave Takis Katsantonis the opportunity the player had been hoping for. Yiorgos Fotilas reluctantly left the field. The swift technical skills of Nikos 'Maradona' Dimitriou were often too much for the tall but somewhat slow John Glenn Caguioa who was humiliated after 77 minutes. He'll be breathing a huge sigh of relief after the final shot went wide. Hellas tried to even things up by sending a long ball towards the centrally placed strikers, but the visitors' defence got the best of this rather direct style of play. Pilipinas had a great opportunity to score following a counterattack after 80 minutes, but Raul Radcliff Legaspi's shot from the left sailed high over the bar. John Glenn Caguioa really should have scored when he was chosen by fate to confront a wide open goal following a great play by Phillip Brody after a corner. The match ends 0 - 1. Possession in the forty-five minutes was dominated by Hellas, with 51 percent of the ball.

Nikos 'Maradona' Dimitriou performed admirably for Hellas. However, Efstratios Tsirigotakis made a disastrous appearance. The most dominating Pilipinas player was without a doubt Kirk Brennan. Norman Seward was a disappointment, however.

Rating details

Midfield excellent (low) excellent (high) 30 31 8/20 8/20
Right defence titanic (very high) extra-terrestrial (very low) 60 61 15/20 16/20
Central defence extra-terrestrial (high) mythical (very low) 63 65 16/20 17/20
Left defence titanic (very high) supernatural (low) 60 54 15/20 14/20
Right attack titanic (very low) solid (low) 57 26 15/20 7/20
Central attack world class (very low) formidable (high) 49 35 13/20 9/20
Left attack brilliant (very high) brilliant (very high) 44 44 11/20 11/20
Indirect set pieces
Defence brilliant (very low) formidable (very high) 41 36 11/20 9/20
Attack solid (very high) passable (high) 28 23 7/20 6/20
Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Play creatively Normal
Tactic skill divine (no tactic) 20 (no tactic) 20/20
Style of play 60% Offensive Neutral

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Chance distribution

Home Away
4 10

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

Replays (100 times)

Home Draw Away
56 29 15

1,8 Average goals 0,9

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Replays Breakdown

0 - 1
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Yellow card
Got injured

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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 brilliant (very low) formidable (very high) 41 36 11/20 9/20
Attack solid (very high) passable (high) 28 23 7/20 6/20


Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Play creatively Normal
Tactic skill divine (no tactic) 20 (no tactic) 20/20
Style of play 60% Offensive Neutral

Average ratings

Total player experience outstanding (high) brilliant (high) 39 43 10/20 11/20
Average midfield excellent (low) excellent (high) 30 31 8/20 8/20
Average defence extra-terrestrial (very low) titanic (very high) 61 60 16/20 15/20
Average attack world class (low) formidable (high) 50 35 13/20 9/20
Total average magnificent (high) brilliant (low) 47 42 12/20 11/20


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