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Swift 6 - 1 Milan

The weather was decent, and some 29 people seemed interested enough in the game to visit Swift stadion today. The picks for today were: Spasov - Smileski, Georievski, Kaçorri, Uzunov - Vidinski, Prodanov, Mehani, Bushati - Sena, Rajkochevski.

The lucky starting players: Suchten - Mitter, Nieberle, Schönwiese - Elsensohn, Broockmüller, Ittner, Kronschnabl - Drechsel, Warkotsch, Pöllinger.

Suzuki fielded a 4-4-2 lineup. For Piccolo Milano, the formation of choice was a 3-4-3. Swift decided to attempt to play creatively. Milan took the lead after 7 minutes, 0 - 1. Totte Drechsel showed promise as he placed the ball out of reach of the home side's keeper, having cut in from the left. How nice for his grandmother to see Valentin Smileski make a goal all by himself! The Swift attack came up the middle and that 8 minute goal means 1 - 1. Despite having a decent chance at a shot from their free kick after 9 minutes, Swift tried a combination that ended up with the ball near the mouth of the penalty area. However, Enkel Bushati did not manage to do anything with it, despite his teammates' encouragement, and the kick ended up going out of bounds. Having taken a hard knock between his legs, Vlatko Rajkochevski limped off the pitch in a reduced state of dignity. He could not continue, managing only 13 minutes for his team this day. The replacement for the injured player was Hristo Velichkovski. Some hustling and bustling on the left wing somehow resulted in a goal for Swift, putting them ahead 2 - 1. The ref noted down Hristo Velichkovski as the scorer and 14 as the minute. Things were going to get worse for the visiting boys. Ranko Prodanov willed his way through the central defense with 17 minutes played, and scored to make it 3 - 1, securing the lead. 3 - 1 was the score after the first half. In this half Swift were the most energetic, keeping the ball to themselves for 63 percent of the time.

Milan needed a fresh pair of legs on the field, and after 46 minutes Thorsten Suchten made way for Hugo Eglmeier. Although the whole team was struggling to impress, Felix Warkotsch was singled out as being the problem as he was called off the field after 46 minutes. Laurenz Brycki was given his chance to turn things around. After 46 minutes, Milan substituted Marcel Elsensohn for Georg Lachenschmidt, hoping for a quick impact on the field. It was group hug time yet again, when Swift pushed ahead to 4 - 1. Bedri Sena was the center of attention, having moved deftly through the middle to find the perfect opening, not hesitating when he did. It's goal number 5 for Swift, after Stavre Vidinski brought down a ball from the left and flicked it home. The away team has some work to do. 53 minutes into the match, the visitors' defenders misjudged the movements of Swift's Riste Uzunov through the middle, leaving him undisturbed in front of their keeper. At this point, the 6 - 1 goal was just a formality. The match ends with a 6 - 1 scoreline. Swift didn't seem to want to give the ball away in this half, resulting in 66 percent of possession.

The Swift players gave Bedri Sena a group hug after the game, claiming he'd been "really great". Ile Spasov left the field with tears in his eyes, knowing he had been the worst player on his team. Milan's Toni Pöllinger had a great game and was congratulated by his teammates. This boy could be going places! The coach took Hugo Eglmeier aside after the game, telling him it is okay to have a bad day on the field as long as you keep trying.

Rating details

Midfield weak (very low) wretched (high) 13 7 4/20 2/20
Right defense passable (very low) poor (very high) 21 12 6/20 3/20
Central defense solid (low) poor (high) 26 11 7/20 3/20
Left defense solid (very low) inadequate (very low) 25 17 7/20 5/20
Right attack inadequate (very high) inadequate (very high) 20 20 5/20 5/20
Central attack inadequate (high) passable (very low) 19 21 5/20 6/20
Left attack inadequate (very high) inadequate (very high) 20 20 5/20 5/20
 
Indirect set pieces
Defense inadequate (low) weak (very low) 18 13 5/20 4/20
Attack passable (low) weak (high) 22 15 6/20 4/20
 
Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Play creatively Normal
Tactic skill wretched (no tactic) 2 (no tactic) 2/20
 

Highlights

0 - 1  Totte Drechsel 7'
1 - 1  Valentin Smileski 8'
2 - 1  Hristo Velichkovski 14'
3 - 1  Ranko Prodanov 17'
4 - 1  Bedri Sena 49'
5 - 1  Stavre Vidinski 50'
6 - 1  Riste Uzunov 53'
Vlatko Rajkochevski 13'
Substitution Out Vlatko Rajkochevski
In Hristo Velichkovski
13'
Substitution Out  Thorsten Suchten
In  Hugo Eglmeier
46'
Substitution Out  Felix Warkotsch
In  Laurenz Brycki
46'
Substitution Out  Marcel Elsensohn
In  Georg Lachenschmidt
46'

Possession

63%
37%
66%
34%

Chance distribution

Home Away
7 1

2 Left attack 1
4 Central attack 0
0 Right attack 0
1 Other 0
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 inadequate (low) weak (very low) 18 13 5/20 4/20
Attack passable (low) weak (high) 22 15 6/20 4/20

Miscellaneous

Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Play creatively Normal
Tactic skill wretched (no tactic) 2 (no tactic) 2/20

Average ratings

Total player experience disastrous (very high) disastrous (low) 4 2 1/20 1/20
Average midfield weak (very low) wretched (high) 13 7 4/20 2/20
Average defense passable (very high) weak (very low) 24 13 6/20 4/20
Average attack inadequate (high) inadequate (very high) 19 20 5/20 5/20
Total average inadequate (high) weak (very low) 19 13 5/20 4/20
The youth player ratings presented here show ratings as they were at the end of the match.

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