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3224 punters turned up at Oasis, and despite threatening clouds on the horizon, no rain came. Elvis Bruijnes was the appointed referee with assistance provided by and Volker Meier von Meinertsgrün. DSM decided to use a 2-5-3 set up. The following players had been chosen: Tičinović - Puyol, Feshuk - Baronio, Keller, de Jong, Hagi, Passariello - Chapuisat, Xhezo, Aqel.

Lattenkracher had chosen a strategic 3-5-2 formation. Lineup: Spät - Leubel, Gehringer, Partein - Hoke, Gerhards, Kicker, Augustiner, Evert - Timushev, Schemmann.

Some good play on the left wing created an opportunity for the visitors 8 minutes into the match, and Malte Kicker wasn't about to let it go by. He got past the defenders and fired a shot that the keeper just missed. 0 - 1 for the visitors. A well placed corner kick from Carles Puyol was followed by Jonathan Baronio's hard but accurate header. The well executed routine resulted in a goal for DSM, the score now 1 - 1. A mistake by the home side's central defence after 21 minutes allowed Andreas Hoke to score for Lattenkracher. The scoreboard now read 1 - 2. With 29 minutes played, after a good run down the left, Andrea Passariello went down looking for a penalty after a challenge from the visitors' right fullback, but the referee waved play on, and later warned him for diving. 1 - 2 was the score after the first half. Possession in this half belonged to DSM, who controlled the ball 55 percent of the time.

Mikhail Timushev of Lattenkracher took advantage of a mistake on the home side's right after 51 minutes which increased the away team's lead to 1 - 3. DSM supporters cheered as good work down the right got the ball to Ahmad Saleem Aqel who reduced the visitors' lead after 61 minutes to 2 - 3. Mikhail Timushev hit the corner kick straight to the keeper, but it was mishandled, giving Lattenkracher's Andreas Hoke an easy chance to knock it in for 2 - 4. Having been awarded a free kick in an awkward position after 78 minutes, Lattenkracher did not go for a shot but instead fired the ball hard into the 6 yard box. After a brief tussle with his marker, Mikhail Timushev was able to power the ball past the keeper to make the score 2 - 5. DSM needed a fresh pair of legs on the field, and after 78 minutes Jonathan Baronio made way for Khalid Boulahrouz. With 78 minutes played, the DSM coach decided a substitution may help turn the game around. Franco Baresi came on, Andrea Passariello had to leave the fray. Still trailing on the score board, DSM adjusted their tactics after 78 minutes. Carles Puyol had a quick chat at the side line, then switched positions with Stephane Chapuisat. With things not going too well on the field, the DSM coach made the decision to swap the positions of Vladyslav Feshuk and Gerjon Xhezo with 78 minutes played. The players of Lattenkracher now seemed to think the job was done and acted more defensively, just waiting for the ref to blow the final whistle. The opposing supporters gave the referee an earful when he only gave Malte Kicker from Lattenkracher a yellow card after a mistimed challenge from behind 82 minutes into the game. That was far too lenient! DSM claimed to have seen most of the ball, and the statistics agreed with them - possession being 54 percent.

DSM's best player was Nigel de Jong. However, Gerjon Xhezo made a disastrous appearance. Mikhail Timushev performed admirably for Lattenkracher. Anton Augustiner turned in a dismal performance, however. The match ends 2 - 5.

Rating details

Midfield world class (low) outstanding (very high) 50 40 13/20 10/20
Right defence formidable (high) supernatural (high) 35 55 9/20 14/20
Central defence solid (low) supernatural (very low) 26 53 7/20 14/20
Left defence excellent (very low) world class (very high) 29 52 8/20 13/20
Right attack brilliant (very low) magnificent (low) 41 46 11/20 12/20
Central attack excellent (low) formidable (low) 30 34 8/20 9/20
Left attack brilliant (very high) extra-terrestrial (very high) 44 64 11/20 16/20
 
Indirect set pieces
Defence solid (high) brilliant (very low) 27 41 7/20 11/20
Attack passable (low) excellent (very high) 22 32 6/20 8/20
 
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Highlights

0 - 1  Malte Kicker 8'
1 - 1  Jonathan Baronio 12'
1 - 2  Andreas Hoke 21'
1 - 3  Mikhail Timushev 51'
2 - 3  Ahmad Saleem Aqel 61'
2 - 4  Andreas Hoke 62'
2 - 5  Mikhail Timushev 78'
Malte Kicker 82'
Substitution Out  Jonathan Baronio
In  Khalid Boulahrouz
Normal To  Defensive
78'
Substitution Out  Andrea Passariello
In  Franco Baresi
Normal To  Defensive
78'
Position swap Out  Stephane Chapuisat
In  Carles Puyol
78'
Position swap Out  Gerjon Xhezo
In  Vladyslav Feshuk
78'

Possession

55%
45%
54%
46%

Chance distribution

Home Away
8 5

1 Left attack 2
4 Central attack 1
2 Right attack 0
0 Other 1
1 Special events 1
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Rating details

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 solid (high) brilliant (very low) 27 41 7/20 11/20
Attack passable (low) excellent (very high) 22 32 6/20 8/20

Miscellaneous

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Tactic skill (no tactic) (no tactic) (no tactic) (no tactic)

Average ratings

Total player experience weak (very low) excellent (low) 13 30 4/20 8/20
Average midfield world class (low) outstanding (very high) 50 40 13/20 10/20
Average defence excellent (low) supernatural (very low) 30 53 8/20 14/20
Average attack outstanding (low) magnificent (very high) 38 48 10/20 12/20
Total average outstanding (high) magnificent (high) 39 47 10/20 12/20

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