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Pewsum 4 - 2 Miami

43631 fans braved the pouring rain at Die Pewsumer Burg. Crispin Schülzke was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Andy Zollinger and Sergio Vidal. The pitch was a disaster, due to all the rain. This spelled problems for the more sophisticated players, who usually could rely on speed or technique. For those relying on grit and strength, it actually meant an edge. The following players took the field: Dubois - Casillas, Marconi, Rather - Corona, LeMaire, Bradshaw, Stallworth, Lundin - Gregory, Leduc.

The following players had been chosen: Din - Cucciniello, Tetzalff - Møllebjerg, Krčmář, Silvurstein, Annunen, Windgasse - Spasov, Sabján, Bergua.

TuS Pewsum started the game in a 3-5-2 formation, whereas Miami Vice lined up in a 2-5-3 formation. Today, Miami's strategy involved concentrating on the flanks for their attacks, taking advantage of their divine level with that tactic. A lovely run by Miami's Hynek Krčmář left his markers for dead and should have resulted in a goal, but the finish went just wide. Miami's Boris Spasov managed to lose the defenders as he advanced down the right wing and scored, putting the visitors ahead after 11 minutes. 0 - 1. With 18 minutes played, a quick exchange of passes on the left wing freed Lukas Paul Windgasse of Miami to slip through the defence and score another goal for the visitors. That made the score 0 - 2. Pewsum's fans were urging them forward as they tried to get back into the game, and their vocal support was rewarded 25 minutes into the match as Dalvin Lundin ran onto a beautiful ball played through the visitors' defence and slotted it past the keeper to reduce the deficit. 1 - 2. A good free kick by Mitchell LeMaire would have scored the equaliser for Pewsum, had it not been for the dramatic save by the visitors' goalkeeper. With a shot curled in from just outside the middle of the penalty area after 31 minutes played, Léon Leduc of Pewsum made the score 2 - 2. 34 minutes into the match and the home team took a 3 - 2 lead after breaking through on the left. The scorer for Pewsum was Cole Gregory. Halftime score was 3 - 2. Pewsum enjoyed most of the ball, as they maintained 53 percent of possession.

Although the whole team were struggling to impress, Miami's Greg Tetzalff was singled out as being the problem as he was called off the pitch after 55 minutes. Jesse Baynes-Mayo was given a chance to change things around. As the captain was no longer on the pitch, Jesse Baynes-Mayo took over the role of being the Miami captain. After 60 minutes, Miami switched Rafael Bergua with Sonny Morris, hoping for a quick impact on the pitch. Pewsum increased the lead as Alex Stallworth struck to make the score 4 - 2 after an attack from the left left him unmarked in front of the keeper. Mitchell LeMaire of Pewsum received a yellow card after 84 minutes for unsportsmanlike behaviour. Coming from the right, James Marconi almost managed to score another goal for Pewsum, but his header was tipped over the bar by the visitors' keeper. Miami's Manuel Cucciniello was shown a yellow card for standing over the ball and blocking an opponent's quick free kick after 87 minutes. The referee decided to let play continue for an additional 1 minute beyond the regular 90 minutes. The match ends 4 - 2. Possession in this half belonged to Pewsum, who controlled the ball 54 percent of the time.

Most important Pewsum player was Cole Gregory. However, José Refugio Corona made a disastrous appearance. The most dominating Miami player was without a doubt Krisztián Sabján. On the other hand, Jesse Baynes-Mayo's play was disheartening.

Rating details

Midfield formidable (low) excellent (very low) 34 29 9/20 8/20
Right defence titanic (low) solid (low) 58 26 15/20 7/20
Central defence world class (high) inadequate (very high) 51 20 13/20 5/20
Left defence supernatural (very low) solid (high) 53 27 14/20 7/20
Right attack solid (low) magnificent (low) 26 46 7/20 12/20
Central attack magnificent (high) formidable (very high) 47 36 12/20 9/20
Left attack passable (very high) magnificent (low) 24 46 6/20 12/20
Indirect set pieces
Defence outstanding (very low) solid (low) 37 26 10/20 7/20
Attack solid (very high) passable (low) 28 22 7/20 6/20
Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Normal Attack on wings
Tactic skill (no tactic) divine (no tactic) 20 20/20
Style of play Neutral 100% Offensive


0 - 1  Boris Spasov 11'
0 - 2  Lukas Paul Windgasse 18'
1 - 2  Dalvin Lundin 25'
2 - 2  Léon Leduc 31'
3 - 2  Cole Gregory 34'
4 - 2  Alex Stallworth 82'
Mitchell LeMaire 84'
Manuel Cucciniello 87'
Substitution Out  Greg Tetzalff
In  Jesse Baynes-Mayo
Substitution Out  Rafael Bergua
In  Sonny Morris



Chance distribution

Home Away
7 4

2 Left attack 1
2 Central attack 0
2 Right attack 1
1 Other 1
0 Special events 1
0 - 1
0 - 2
1 - 2
2 - 2
3 - 2
4 - 2
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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 (very low) solid (low) 37 26 10/20 7/20
Attack solid (very high) passable (low) 28 22 7/20 6/20


Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Normal Attack on wings
Tactic skill (no tactic) divine (no tactic) 20 20/20
Style of play Neutral 100% Offensive

Average ratings

Total player experience passable (low) passable (low) 22 22 6/20 6/20
Average midfield formidable (low) excellent (very low) 34 29 9/20 8/20
Average defence supernatural (low) passable (very high) 54 24 14/20 6/20
Average attack formidable (very low) brilliant (high) 33 43 9/20 11/20
Total average outstanding (very high) excellent (very high) 40 32 11/20 8/20


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