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JnrSnp 3 - 3 LVLAYT

As one of the teams did not arrive in time for the agreed match, there was concern among parents and coaches that their bus had got lost on their way over. But the bus never showed, and the reason for the absence remained a mystery. The resourceful LVLAYT players searched the area for alternative opponents, and found them in a nearby park. A group of 220 people showed up at SinopSporKompleksi, and despite threatening clouds on the horizon, no rain came. The coach fielded the following talents: Üstal - Ok, Ören, Gülçiçek, Pendiye - Delice, Ceda, Fernur, Ağer - Caymaz, Fahmi.

The picks for today were: Ramadani - Leov, Tufa - Kofilovski, Petkoski, Ubeyd - Sakaliev, Lijakovski, Levkov.

The teams had chosen different formations for the match. The home team, JuniorSinop, went for a 4-4-2, while LVLA Youth Team has decided to play a 2-3-3 lineup. LVLAYT saw most attack opportunities on the wings. After 7 minutes, LVLAYT nearly took the lead, as the promising Sinisa Petkoski broke through on the right. Cangür Üstal made the save in style, however. Tase Sakaliev was cheered by his friends in the team as he rounded the defense to the left. His shot came after 25 minutes, but the ball went wide. 34 minutes into the game, Dragan Levkov nearly did what he had been daydreaming about for weeks, giving LVLAYT the lead. A prompt block by Cangür Üstal saved the home team that time. LVLAYT did not seem very confident about what to do on the field, the organization level having broken down to weak. At the halftime break, the score was 0 - 0. In this half LVLAYT were the most energetic, keeping the ball to themselves for 57 percent of the time.

LVLAYT's coach repeated the basics of soccer tactics during the break, which helped his players achieve passable organization afterwards. The senior squad coaches will be reviewing the video of minute 60 after a fantastic solo goal by Murat Ok. He started near the center line on the right side of the field, and after a scintillating run full of tricks and turns, JnrSnp lead 1 - 0. Undaunted, LVLAYT managed to tie it all up with 65 minutes played, after Kocho Kofilovski's promising free kick. The score was 1 - 1. Against a weaker team, LVLAYT could very well have succeeded with their tricky indirect free kick combination after 74 minutes. A flurry of passes took the ball all the way past the defenders, but by then the intended striker was already blocked out and the keeper could make an easy save. JnrSnp were hard to anticipate today, and a sudden counter-attack after 75 minutes ended up with Müslüm Ağer far out on the right wing. Having few alternatives, he struck it blindly into the box, resulting in a rather fortunate goal to make it 2 - 1. Lacking experience with the current tactics, the players of LVLAYT kept running into each other on the field. They only managed a passable level of organization. Çağrı Caymaz often dreams about playing for the first team, and his goal after 80 minutes might help that dream become a reality! JnrSnp lead, 3 to 1. LVLAYT fought on as if the game were a Cup final, and after 81 minutes Tase Sakaliev was able to reply with the 3 - 2 goal. He connected to a flat cross from the right, flicking it in on the volley. LVLAYT had a good opportunity to attack in the middle, but remembered their instructions to go for wing attacks. The home team will have bad dreams about Dragan Levkov for months; there was something provocative about the way he outsmarted the defenders there, one falling over in the process, and scored the equalizer. A stunning goal from the left hand side of the area has made it 3 - 3 after 82 minutes. The match ends 3 - 3. LVLAYT, bringing their ball possession to 57 percent, seemed most ambitious today.

The coach of JnrSnp was especially pleased with Murat Ok after the game. Çağrı Caymaz left the field with tears in his eyes, knowing he had been the worst player on his team. The spectators agreed that the most impressive boy on LVLAYT today had been Najden Lijakovski. Sokol Ramadani needs a lot of extra training, however.

Rating details

Midfield wretched (low) wretched (very high) 6 8 2/20 2/20
Right defense inadequate (very high) poor (very low) 20 9 5/20 3/20
Central defense inadequate (very low) weak (very low) 17 13 5/20 4/20
Left defense weak (very low) wretched (high) 13 7 4/20 2/20
Right attack poor (high) poor (very low) 11 9 3/20 3/20
Central attack wretched (low) solid (very low) 6 25 2/20 7/20
Left attack wretched (low) inadequate (very low) 6 17 2/20 5/20
Indirect set pieces
Defense weak (high) weak (very low) 15 13 4/20 4/20
Attack weak (very low) weak (very low) 13 13 4/20 4/20
Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Normal Attack on wings
Tactic skill (no tactic) passable (no tactic) 6 6/20


1 - 0  Murat Ok 60'
1 - 1  Kocho Kofilovski 65'
2 - 1  Müslüm Ağer 75'
3 - 1  Çağrı Caymaz 80'
3 - 2  Tase Sakaliev 81'
3 - 3  Dragan Levkov 82'



Chance distribution

Home Away
5 8

1 Left attack 3
1 Central attack 0
3 Right attack 3
0 Other 2
0 Special events 0

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

Defense weak (high) weak (very low) 15 13 4/20 4/20
Attack weak (very low) weak (very low) 13 13 4/20 4/20


Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Normal Attack on wings
Tactic skill (no tactic) passable (no tactic) 6 6/20

Average ratings

Total player experience disastrous (very low) disastrous (low) 1 2 1/20 1/20
Average midfield wretched (low) wretched (very high) 6 8 2/20 2/20
Average defense inadequate (very low) poor (low) 17 10 5/20 3/20
Average attack wretched (very high) inadequate (very low) 8 17 2/20 5/20
Total average poor (low) poor (very high) 10 12 3/20 3/20
The youth player ratings presented here show ratings as they were at the end of the match.


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