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HSC 6 - 4 K04

The 2658 spectators at Schützenwiese were in for an afternoon of sunshine. Remo Lista was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Juan Pedro Cuerla and Ole Odland. The match took place on neutral ground. HSC started off with a 4-5-1 lineup. They fielded: Tariverdi - Borgarello, Mankiewicz, Piwowarczyk, Rico - Săndulescu, Mikes, Farre, Klajman, Fenner - Hansen.

A 3-4-3 alignment was the formation of choice for K04. The following players had been chosen: Krúdy - Ragona, Hustoft, Alpagu - Bauer, Harney, Gualerzi, Fenger - Hermida, Arjmandpour, Chartier.

HSC preferred to finish off their attacks from a distance, taking advantage of their magical level with that tactic. Johnny Fenger made a nice dash down the wing after 21 minutes, but was unable to get the cross into the box. A goal kick was awarded. HSC's slick passing moves completely confused the defence after 22 minutes, but thanks to Béla Krúdy's miraculous save from Francesco Borgarello's long shot the score remained unchanged. Coming in from the right, K04 had a good opportunity to convert on a counterattack after 27 minutes, but Christophe Chartier's attempt to finish was easily stopped. It was a hot and sunny day, and several players seemed worn out. Maybe this was why Kamal Arjmandpour found an unusual amount of space for his snappy footwork. HSC focused on finding shooting opportunities from distance and after 42 minutes Brian Fenner fired off the big cannon, but the shot went sailing over the cross bar and into the car park. K04 took the lead after 43 minutes making the score 0 - 1. Bernhard Bauer placed the ball out of reach for the home side's keeper after a fine move, coming in from the left. After 44 minutes HSC showed some great patience outside the penalty area, waiting until Łukasz Mankiewicz could find the right opportunity to finish off the attack from distance. The long shot, however, was an easy catch for Béla Krúdy. Halftime score was 0 - 1. Possession in this half belonged to HSC, who controlled the ball 62 percent of the time.

HSC succeeded with their tactics after 72 minutes faking a cross into the penalty area, but instead passing a short side pass back to Maik Klajman who met the ball directly with his outstretched foot. The hard long shot touched the keeper's finger tips, but it wasn't enough to stop it from going in. 1 - 1. The fierce heat made it important to save breath, and after a few swift runs Christophe Chartier found it hard to get back into position. Brian Fenner fired a shot from distance after 86 minutes, but the long shot couldn't find the net for HSC. Possession in the forty-five minutes was dominated by HSC, with 63 percent of the ball.

After the regular 90 minutes, the agony of extra time followed. Some beautiful play by HSC set up Zygmunt Piwowarczyk in a good shooting position after 94 minutes, but Béla Krúdy made a great save on the low hard shot. With the score still deadlocked after extra time, the teams took to the field for a penalty shoot-out to decide the winner.

HSC's Julio Rico was relaxed as he smoothly put the ball in the net. 2 - 1! K04's Béla Krúdy coolly put the ball past Mousa Tariverdi. 2 - 2. HSC's Daniel Hansen kept his cool as he faced down Béla Krúdy. His composure paid off as he scored easily for 3 - 2. K04's Christophe Chartier made no mistake. Mousa Tariverdi didn't have a chance. 3 - 3. HSC's Zygmunt Piwowarczyk showed he has nerves of steel when it comes to penalties, easily changing the score to 4 - 3. K04's Johnny Fenger coolly put the ball past Mousa Tariverdi. 4 - 4. HSC's Klaas Farre coolly put the ball past Béla Krúdy. 5 - 4. Oooh - how unlucky! K04's Leon Harney attempt hit the underside of the bar, but rebounded down into the grateful arms of Mousa Tariverdi. The score stays 5 - 4. HSC's Maik Klajman showed he has nerves of steel when it comes to penalties, easily changing the score to 6 - 4. HSC's best player was Maik Klajman. Zygmunt Piwowarczyk on the other hand, had a terrible day. The most dominating K04 player was without a doubt Kamal Arjmandpour. Urbano Gualerzi was a disappointment, however. The match ends 6 - 4.

Rating details

Midfield formidable (low) inadequate (very high) 34 20 9/20 5/20
Right defence titanic (low) outstanding (low) 58 38 15/20 10/20
Central defence extra-terrestrial (high) formidable (high) 63 35 16/20 9/20
Left defence titanic (very low) outstanding (high) 57 39 15/20 10/20
Right attack wretched (low) solid (high) 6 27 2/20 7/20
Central attack wretched (high) outstanding (very high) 7 40 2/20 10/20
Left attack wretched (high) outstanding (high) 7 39 2/20 10/20
Indirect set pieces
Defence brilliant (very high) solid (high) 44 27 11/20 7/20
Attack brilliant (low) passable (very low) 42 21 11/20 6/20
Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Long shots Normal
Tactic skill magical (no tactic) 18 (no tactic) 18/20


0 - 1  Bernhard Bauer 43'
1 - 1  Maik Klajman 72'



Chance distribution

Home Away
11 6

1 Left attack 1
2 Central attack 0
2 Right attack 2
6 Other 2
0 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 brilliant (very high) solid (high) 44 27 11/20 7/20
Attack brilliant (low) passable (very low) 42 21 11/20 6/20


Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Long shots Normal
Tactic skill magical (no tactic) 18 (no tactic) 18/20

Average ratings

Total player experience inadequate (very high) passable (high) 20 23 5/20 6/20
Average midfield formidable (low) inadequate (very high) 34 20 9/20 5/20
Average defence titanic (high) outstanding (very low) 59 37 15/20 10/20
Average attack wretched (high) formidable (high) 7 35 2/20 9/20
Total average formidable (very low) excellent (high) 33 31 9/20 8/20


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