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1614 fans braved the pouring rain at Alt Strassefurt. was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Giuliano Scalisi and Daniel Hedemann. The match took place on neutral ground. Lattenkracher started off with a 3-5-2 lineup. Starters: Spät - Leubel, Henfling, Partein - Hoke, Gerhards, Kicker, Augustiner, Evert - Timushev, Schemmann.

A 3-5-2 alignment was the formation of choice for Schwäbisch. The following players took the field: Kutyło - Biehl, Saša, Veckenstedt - Freiler, Bernhart, Kancsó, Kirlum, Valmoggia - Eilders, Fibicher.

Thighs bulging, Malte Kicker charged past the weaker players, seemingly oblivious to the rain. Many thought Richardt Partein ought to have been awarded a penalty 8 minutes into the game, as he went down trying to dribble around Robert Kutyło after a determined run through the middle. 10 minutes into the game, Robert Kutyło had to leave the pitch due to a knee injury. In came Johannes Neumair. After 21 minutes a very unfortunate collision in the penalty area led to Lattenkracher's Jens Evert being carried off the pitch and replaced by Heiner Ruhstorfer. Mikhail Timushev was the new captain of Lattenkracher - handed the armband by the departing player. After 24 minutes of play, Heiner Ruhstorfer gave the home team a 1 - 0 lead after an attack coming in from the right. The rain made it hard for players like Mikhail Timushev to show their technical control of the ball on this soggy day. Some brilliant football from the visitors' right wing resulted in a levelling of the score as Schwäbisch's Philibert Freiler put the ball in the onion bag after 34 minutes to make it 1 - 1. Schwäbisch had to make a substitution after 35 minutes. Casper Biehl limped off the field and was replaced by Frederic David Morell. They were singing the praises of Heiner Ruhstorfer 36 minutes into the match after his speculative chip from the middle of the penalty box found its way over the visitors' keeper to make the score 2 - 1 to Lattenkracher. With 37 minutes played, Joakim Fibicher of Schwäbisch fell dramatically just outside the penalty area. However, the referee was unimpressed, and booked him for diving. A lunatic dribble by Dirk Gerhards, in front of his own keeper, set up Schwäbisch's Joakim Fibicher for an embarrassingly easy strike after 38 minutes. 2 - 2! It was 2 - 2 at the break. Possession in the forty-five minutes was dominated by Lattenkracher, with 51 percent of the ball.

Lattenkracher's Edmond Schemmann tried to break through in the middle repeatedly, but couldn't get past the visitors' defenders. After 56 minutes, the Schwäbisch coach wanted to see a new face on the pitch, waving Timo Eilders off the field. Jochem van der Maar took his place. A free kick aimed at the keeper's far post almost gave Schwäbisch the lead 68 minutes in, but the ball just wasn't able to squirm its way through the defensive wall. 69 minutes into the game, Sándor Kancsó almost gave the visitors the lead, as he clipped a delicate lob over the keeper, but the ball glanced harmlessly off the crossbar. With 72 minutes played, the home side managed to get a 3 - 2 lead as Gabriel Henfling flipped the ball in after a cross from the right. Eddy Gehringer was called on to replace Lattenkracher's Gabriel Henfling after 83 minutes following a nasty collision. Andi Leubel spent most of the time in a heap on the ground today, his normally rapid movement hindered by the slippery pitch. After 87 minutes, Mikhail Timushev put Lattenkracher ahead 4 - 2 when he rose to head in a cross from the right wing. Schwäbisch fought on and, after 88 minutes, Sándor Kancsó was able to reduce the deficit to 4 - 3 after some excellent moves on the right side were finished off with an incredibly clever chip. Possession was split evenly between the teams.

Lattenkracher's best player was Malte Kicker. Andi Leubel was a disappointment, however. The most dominating Schwäbisch player was without a doubt Joakim Fibicher. Johannes Neumair on the other hand, had a terrible day. The match ends 4 - 3.

Rating details

Midfield brilliant (high) outstanding (high) 43 39 11/20 10/20
Right defence world class (high) outstanding (high) 51 39 13/20 10/20
Central defence world class (low) brilliant (very low) 50 41 13/20 11/20
Left defence supernatural (low) passable (high) 54 23 14/20 6/20
Right attack magnificent (low) world class (high) 46 51 12/20 13/20
Central attack excellent (very high) brilliant (very low) 32 41 8/20 11/20
Left attack supernatural (high) brilliant (high) 55 43 14/20 11/20
 
Indirect set pieces
Defence brilliant (very low) solid (high) 41 27 11/20 7/20
Attack excellent (low) passable (high) 30 23 8/20 6/20
 
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Possession

51%
49%
50%
50%

Chance distribution

Home Away
7 6

0 Left attack 0
4 Central attack 2
3 Right attack 2
0 Other 1
0 Special events 1
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Indirect set pieces

Defence brilliant (very low) solid (high) 41 27 11/20 7/20
Attack excellent (low) passable (high) 30 23 8/20 6/20

Miscellaneous

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Average ratings

Total player experience solid (high) excellent (very high) 27 32 7/20 8/20
Average midfield brilliant (high) outstanding (high) 43 39 11/20 10/20
Average defence world class (very high) formidable (low) 52 34 13/20 9/20
Average attack brilliant (very high) magnificent (very low) 44 45 11/20 12/20
Total average magnificent (low) outstanding (high) 46 39 12/20 10/20

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