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The weather was pretty good, and a crowd of 153305 had shown up at GARION ARENA for the match. Laurence Repp was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Xavier Dambach and Vince Bax. The arena management had taken the extraordinary decision to boost some sections with temporary seats in order to guarantee every fan a place in the stadium. The following players took the field: So - Jung, Kim, Jang, Lee - Hwang, Choi, Ahn, Han, Park - Park.

Starters: Vrbovszki - Lakatos, Berzsenyi, Balogh, F. Nagy - Lattek, Csató, Szenteczki, Pelikán - Ráskó, Balog.

Hanguk entered the field in a 4-5-1 formation. The visitors, Magyarország, chose to start the game with a 4-4-2 lineup. Using their counter-attacking abilities was the strategy of choice for Magyarország on this day, taking advantage of their divine level with that tactic. Sang-Rae Jung went down after twisting his right ankle in minute 8, but was able to continue the match none the less. The visitors were very close to gaining the lead with a marvellous free kick after 10 minutes, but Man-Shik So made a beautiful one-handed save. After 31 minutes of play, Eun-Chul Jang gave the home team a 1 - 0 lead after an attack coming in from the right. Magyarország's counterattack was impressive and was only stopped by a shocking foul. Somehow, the referee's cards remained in his pocket - a terrible decision! Zoltán Berzsenyi's resulting free kick was easily saved by the keeper. László F. Nagy looked like he could fly, as he rose high to head the ball. Unfortunately for Magyarország, the ball went just barely wide. It was 1 - 0 at the break. Hanguk had most of the ball, with 65 percent of possession.

Cheers filled the stadium as Young-Jin Ahn broke through the visitors' central defence to put away the ball to increase the lead to 2 - 0 to Hanguk. After 49 minutes, the Hanguk players received new instructions from their manager on how to keep in control of the game. In the lead, Hanguk adjusted their style of play with 54 minutes gone. Márton Balog knocked one home from a counterattack down the right wing, making the score 2 - 1 after 55 minutes. Márton Balog made a good effort at breaking through on the right, but the home team's left defence cleared the ball to a corner. After 75 minutes, Magyarország switched Dániel Csató with István Ormándi, hoping for a quick impact on the pitch. Magyarország needed a fresh pair of legs on the field, and after 75 minutes Péter Pelikán made way for András Füvesi. The Magyarország captaincy was handed to András Füvesi. Joo-Young Choi left the field with a smile on his face as he was substituted 76 minutes into the game, as his team was in the lead. Seul-Ki Nam was the replacement. The bench was restless, and with 89 minutes passed Magyarország's coach gave Koppány Zatykó the opportunity the player had been hoping for. Bence Ráskó reluctantly left the field. The referee decided to let play continue for an additional 1 minute beyond the regular 90 minutes. The match ends 2 - 1. Possession in the forty-five minutes was dominated by Hanguk, with 66 percent of the ball.

Most important Hanguk player was Man-Shik So. However, Seul-Ki Nam made a disastrous appearance. Magyarország's best player was Márk 'Landers' Szenteczki. On the other hand, Zoltán Berzsenyi's play was disheartening.

Rating details

Midfield titanic (very high) excellent (high) 60 31 15/20 8/20
Right defence magical (very low) divine (+3) (very low) 69 89 18/20 23/20
Central defence utopian (very low) divine (very high) 73 80 19/20 20/20
Left defence utopian (very low) divine (+1) (low) 73 82 19/20 21/20
Right attack formidable (very high) magical (very high) 36 72 9/20 18/20
Central attack passable (very high) solid (low) 24 26 6/20 7/20
Left attack passable (very high) magical (very low) 24 69 6/20 18/20
Indirect set pieces
Defence outstanding (high) brilliant (very low) 39 41 10/20 11/20
Attack passable (very low) solid (very low) 21 25 6/20 7/20
Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Normal Counter-attacks
Tactic skill (no tactic) divine (no tactic) 20 20/20
Style of play 10% Defensive 70% Defensive

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1 - 0  Eun-Chul Jang 31'
2 - 0  Young-Jin Ahn 48'
2 - 1  Márton Balog 55'
Sang-Rae Jung 8'
Behaviour Kyung-Ho Hwang
Offensive  To  Towards Middle
Behaviour Hyun-Shik Park
Towards Wing  To  Defensive
Substitution Out  Dániel Csató
In  István Ormándi
Substitution Out  Péter Pelikán
In  András Füvesi
Substitution Out  Joo-Young Choi
In  Seul-Ki Nam
Substitution Out  Bence Ráskó
In  Koppány Zatykó



Chance distribution

Home Away
10 5

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

Replays (100 times)

Home Draw Away
11 42 47

0,6 Average goals 1,4

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

Replays Breakdown

Got bruised
1 - 0
2 - 0
New behaviour
New behaviour
2 - 1

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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 outstanding (high) brilliant (very low) 39 41 10/20 11/20
Attack passable (very low) solid (very low) 21 25 6/20 7/20


Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Normal Counter-attacks
Tactic skill (no tactic) divine (no tactic) 20 20/20
Style of play 10% Defensive 70% Defensive

Average ratings

Total player experience titanic (very low) titanic (very low) 57 57 15/20 15/20
Average midfield titanic (very high) excellent (high) 60 31 15/20 8/20
Average defence magical (very high) divine (+1) (very high) 72 84 18/20 21/20
Average attack solid (very high) supernatural (very high) 28 56 7/20 14/20
Total average supernatural (very low) titanic (very low) 53 57 14/20 15/20


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