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Clear skies welcomed the 28801 spectators who had made their way to FC Hyderabad Arena. Ijinio Santolalla was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Otto Weisskircher and Yiftach Ohav. The following players took the field: Ayaz - Talib, Lehri, Rehmat, Khawar - Taimoor, Sadiq, Khan, Wasti - Iqbal, Akbar.

Lineup: Pálfy - Knyihár, Dorogi, Škridlovský, Dimulász - Kis, Pfaff, Garai, Heckmann, Pelikán - Ráskó.

Pakistan fielded a 4-4-2 lineup. For Magyarország, the formation of choice was 4-5-1. Having been awarded a free kick in an awkward position after 15 minutes, Magyarország did not go for a shot but instead fired the ball hard into the 6 yard box. After a brief tussle with his marker, Péter Pelikán was able to power the ball past the keeper to make the score 0 - 1. Magyarország's Bence Ráskó was shown a yellow card after 18 minutes for slicing down an opponent. Omer Wasti was in no condition to play on. He left the field limping after 18 minutes, with his right thigh bandaged. Noman Cheema had already been warming up, and came on for Omer Wasti. With 20 minutes played, a quick exchange of passes on the left wing freed Bence Ráskó of Magyarország to slip through the defence and score another goal for the visitors. That made the score 0 - 2. Pakistan's Shaukat Khawar got himself booked for a foul. Péter Pelikán was unable to continue, following a slight injury to his right knee after 23 minutes. Rafael Lattek tried to hide a smile as he entered the field. He had not expected to get a chance this day. 36 minutes into the game, Magyarország worked the left side industriously creating several opportunities to add to their lead, but just couldn't apply the finishing touch. Gyula Garai was, after 42 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 Farhat Ayaz made the save. The referee showed Pakistan's Saklain Iqbal the yellow card after a particularly nasty challenge. Halftime score was 0 - 2. Possession in this half belonged to Magyarország, who controlled the ball 67 percent of the time.

Although the whole team were struggling to impress, Pakistan's Zaigham Lehri was singled out as being the problem as he was called off the pitch after 46 minutes. Lateef Nasir was given a chance to change things around. As Zaigham Lehri exited the field, Lateef Nasir volunteered to be the new set pieces taker. After 46 minutes, Pakistan used a short break in the game to take new instructions from their coach. As the game started to slip away for Pakistan, the manager decided to change the tactical approach. A slight injury to his left calf muscle meant Rafael Lattek had to leave the match early. It happened after 47 minutes. The player that took his place was Kristóf Miskéri. Farhat Ayaz got a fingertip on Rudolf Dimulász's shot from the left 55 minutes in, and managed to keep the visitors from going up another goal. The home crowd was not impressed when Béni Pfaff came in from the right, shooting hard to score after 68 minutes. Magyarország were now up 0 - 3. The opposing supporters gave the referee an earful when he only gave Rudolf Dimulász from Magyarország a yellow card after a mistimed challenge from behind 69 minutes into the game. That was far too lenient! Despite the injury to his left foot not looking all that serious, Qaiser Taimoor decided to play it safe. It was not the first time he hurt that foot, and he asked to be taken off the field after 69 minutes. This gave Aziz Sikandar a chance to take to the field instead. Benjámin Knyihár could have put his team up another goal 73 minutes into the game, after a rush down the left, but his closing shot hit the post. Content with how the game was proceeding, the Magyarország coach let Balázs Oszlánczi replace Tibor Heckmann after 76 minutes. The referee announced 2 minutes of stoppage time, giving fans a slim hope that their team could get one more attack in before this was all over. The match ends 0 - 3. Magyarország claimed to have seen most of the ball, and the statistics agreed with them - possession being 68 percent.

The most dominating Pakistan player was without a doubt Saklain Iqbal. Navaz Talib on the other hand, had a terrible day. Most important Magyarország player was Bence Ráskó. Béni Pfaff was a disappointment, however.

Rating details

Midfield inadequate (very low) formidable (high) 17 35 5/20 9/20
Right defence outstanding (low) divine (very high) 38 80 10/20 20/20
Central defence supernatural (very high) mythical (high) 56 67 14/20 17/20
Left defence titanic (high) divine (very high) 59 80 15/20 20/20
Right attack outstanding (high) magnificent (high) 39 47 10/20 12/20
Central attack brilliant (very low) solid (low) 41 26 11/20 7/20
Left attack magnificent (low) outstanding (very high) 46 40 12/20 10/20
Indirect set pieces
Defence formidable (very high) outstanding (low) 36 38 9/20 10/20
Attack solid (high) inadequate (high) 27 19 7/20 5/20
Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Normal Normal
Tactic skill (no tactic) (no tactic) (no tactic) (no tactic)
Style of play Neutral Neutral

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0 - 1  Péter Pelikán 15'
0 - 2  Bence Ráskó 20'
0 - 3  Béni Pfaff 68'
Bence Ráskó 18'
Shaukat Khawar 23'
Saklain Iqbal 43'
Rudolf Dimulász 69'
Omer Wasti 18'
Péter Pelikán 23'
Rafael Lattek 47'
Qaiser Taimoor 69'
Substitution Out Omer Wasti
In Noman Cheema
Substitution Out Péter Pelikán
In Rafael Lattek
Substitution Out  Zaigham Lehri
In  Lateef Nasir
Formation Navaz Talib

RB  To  RF
4-4-2  To  3-4-3
Formation Zahoor Rehmat

3-4-3  To  2-5-3
Substitution Out Rafael Lattek
In Kristóf Miskéri
Substitution Out Qaiser Taimoor
In Aziz Sikandar
Substitution Out  Tibor Heckmann
In  Balázs Oszlánczi
Normal To  Towards Wing



Chance distribution

Home Away
0 10

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

Replays (100 times)

Home Draw Away
1 9 90

0,4 Average goals 3

This shows the results of 100 extra simulations of this game.

Replays Breakdown

0 - 1
Yellow card
Got injured
0 - 2
Yellow card
Got injured
Yellow card
New behaviour
New behaviour
Got injured
0 - 3
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 formidable (very high) outstanding (low) 36 38 9/20 10/20
Attack solid (high) inadequate (high) 27 19 7/20 5/20


Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Normal Normal
Tactic skill (no tactic) (no tactic) (no tactic) (no tactic)
Style of play Neutral Neutral

Average ratings

Total player experience world class (high) brilliant (high) 51 43 13/20 11/20
Average midfield inadequate (very low) formidable (high) 17 35 5/20 9/20
Average defence world class (high) utopian (very high) 51 76 13/20 19/20
Average attack brilliant (low) outstanding (low) 42 38 11/20 10/20
Total average outstanding (very low) world class (low) 37 50 10/20 13/20


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