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Overcast weather free of rain made for a crowd turnout of 12000 at Dybdal Arena today. Mathias Nederland was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Jonny Stensson and Gustav Balte. The following players took the field: Al-Sulaiti - Bin Jassim Al-Hussaini, Al-Sulaiti, Al-Obaidan, Ansari, Dahiri - Al-Shamlan, Bin Hamad Al-Mansouri, Al-Qadi, Al-Kuwari, Al-Musallamani -.

The following players had been chosen: Bencsik - Kádasi, Hódosi, Darnyi, Dimulász - Kis, Pfaff, Pelikán - Bot, Ráskó, Szlezák.

It was to be a contest between two different football philosophies, since the home team started the game with a 5-5-0 formation while the visitors instead opted for 4-3-3. For their match strategy, Dawlat Qatar had decided to use their divine (+2) ability to counter-attack whenever possible. Using their counter-attacking abilities was the strategy of choice for Magyarország on this day, taking advantage of their mythical level with that tactic. With 15 minutes gone, a long pass from the defence of Magyarország resulted in a counterattack that set Bence Ráskó free through the middle, but the keeper made a spectacular diving save. Magyarország were pushed back, and had many dangerous counterattacks. An impressive one came 17 minutes into the match, but Csaba Hódosi narrowly missed the free kick attempt that was awarded as a result of a foul. 36 minutes into the game, Dawlat Qatar had difficulty finding their positions and their organisation dropped to weak. The teams went for the halftime break at 0 - 0. Dawlat Qatar enjoyed most of the ball, as they maintained 73 percent of possession.

Despite his frustration resulting in the smashing of a few teacups, the coach of Dawlat Qatar was able to get his message across, and raised Dawlat Qatar's organisation to passable. Tahnoon Al-Sulaiti would have preferred to play on, but his coach decided otherwise. Naser Bin Khalifa Al-Mana entered the game for Dawlat Qatar as the match clock showed 46 minutes. After 47 minutes, the Dawlat Qatar coach wanted to see a new face on the pitch, waving Mubarak Al-Shamlan off the field. Rasool Shamsan took his place. With Mubarak Al-Shamlan no longer on the pitch, Ibrahim Dahiri took over free kick duty. Sarwar Ansari became the new Dawlat Qatar captain. 55 minutes into the match, the referee signalled for a Dawlat Qatar substitution. Jaam Al-Naimi came on for Sarwar Ansari. Nour Al-Obaidan was handed the Dawlat Qatar captain's armband. With the clock showing 61 minutes played, a great pass from the defensive line of Magyarország resulted in a counterattack that was smoothly brought under control by Bence Ráskó in the centre of the opposition's penalty area, but his finish went high. Dawlat Qatar took the lead 67 minutes in, as Rasool Shamsan broke through on the left and put the 1 - 0 shot just beyond the reach of the outstretched keeper. Although the whole team were struggling to impress, Magyarország's Rudolf Dimulász was singled out as being the problem as he was called off the pitch after 76 minutes. Benjámin Knyihár was given a chance to change things around. The bench was restless, and with 81 minutes passed Magyarország's coach gave Kristóf Miskéri the opportunity the player had been hoping for. Ferenc Bot reluctantly left the field. Magyarország needed a fresh pair of legs on the field, and after 86 minutes Béni Pfaff made way for Attila Podmaniczky. The match ends 1 - 0. Possession in this half belonged to Dawlat Qatar, who controlled the ball 71 percent of the time.

Dawlat Qatar's best player was Naser Bin Khalifa Al-Mana. On the other hand, Rasool Shamsan's play was disheartening. The most dominating Magyarország player was without a doubt Kristóf Miskéri. Attila Podmaniczky turned in a dismal performance, however.

Rating details

Midfield outstanding (very low) weak (low) 37 14 10/20 4/20
Right defence extra-terrestrial (low) divine (low) 62 78 16/20 20/20
Central defence divine (very low) supernatural (very high) 77 56 20/20 14/20
Left defence magical (high) mythical (very high) 71 68 18/20 17/20
Right attack poor (very high) magical (high) 12 71 3/20 18/20
Central attack wretched (very high) brilliant (high) 8 43 2/20 11/20
Left attack passable (very low) titanic (low) 21 58 6/20 15/20
Indirect set pieces
Defence outstanding (very low) outstanding (very low) 37 37 10/20 10/20
Attack inadequate (very high) passable (very high) 20 24 5/20 6/20
Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Counter-attacks Counter-attacks
Tactic skill divine (+2) mythical 22 17 22/20 17/20
Style of play 100% Defensive Neutral

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Chance distribution

Home Away
10 3

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

Replays (100 times)

Home Draw Away
10 34 56

0,3 Average goals 1

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Indirect set pieces

Defence outstanding (very low) outstanding (very low) 37 37 10/20 10/20
Attack inadequate (very high) passable (very high) 20 24 5/20 6/20


Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Counter-attacks Counter-attacks
Tactic skill divine (+2) mythical 22 17 22/20 17/20
Style of play 100% Defensive Neutral

Average ratings

Total player experience magnificent (high) outstanding (very high) 47 40 12/20 10/20
Average midfield outstanding (very low) weak (low) 37 14 10/20 4/20
Average defence magical (low) mythical (high) 70 67 18/20 17/20
Average attack weak (low) titanic (very low) 14 57 4/20 15/20
Total average outstanding (very high) magnificent (low) 40 46 11/20 12/20


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