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The weather was pretty good, and a crowd of 134742 had shown up at Nemzeti Stadion for the match. Stanisław Pietrzykowski was the appointed referee with assistance provided by and . Cry "havoc" and let loose the dogs of war! Magyarország will go to battle in a 2-5-3 formation. Starters: Dimák - Lövész, Huszár - Lakatos, Fekete, Vadkerti, Eszes, Valastyán - Winkler, Benkő, Mózes.

After thorough analysis and consultation of astrological charts, Crna Gora decided to go with a 3-5-2 formation. Lineup: Svilanović - Vukotić, Ćurčija, Perezić - Mladenović, Tomanović, Petković, Aranđelović, Glavić - Radojević, Šofranac.

MY GOD, KING! Lóránt Fekete JUST GAVE A DEFENDER AN RKO OUT OF NOWHERE! MY GOD ALMIGHTY HE'S BROKEN IN HALF! Magyarország are going to have to play the rest of the game a man down! Magyarország fans held their breath as Zoltán Mózes gallivanted down the left side. He successfully avoided all challenges and fired home the go-ahead goal for 1 - 0! Magyarország solidified their lead at the 20 minute mark, as Zoltán Mózes snaked the ball through the central line of defense and finished for 2 - 0. It might be a while before the fans see Crna Gora's Aleksandar Perezić again, after he had to leave the field in great distress at the 34 minute mark. He was replaced by Nikola Stefanović. 2 - 0 was the score after the first half. The Count appeared on the jumbotron and announced that Magyarország had 72...72 percent possession. AH AH AH!

Magyarország's Gedeon Benkő was delighted to score as he saw his shot go between the legs of the advancing keeper and into the net, following some good attacking movement on the right wing. 3 - 0 after 51 minutes. By now, the players of Magyarország felt that victory was a sure thing and began to play it safe, focusing on defense and not risking too much going forward. A speedy charge from the left side of the field increased Magyarország's lead to 4 - 0 as Attila Winkler finished it off clinically, firing the shot from a terrible angle. The Magyarország coach was happy with the scoreline, but still wanted to change the lineup. After 82 minutes, Máté Földes came on for Zoltán Mózes. The crowd gasped as Zoltán Z. Lakatos of Magyarország was flattened by an opponent after 82 minutes and had to be helped off the field. Wilhelm Seeland hopped from the bench to replace him. Magyarország managed to extend their lead to 5 - 0 when Attila Winkler slid in neatly from the left side and struck a fine shot past the away team's goalkeeper. A magnificent combination in the middle resulted in Magyarország's Máté Földes bringing the lead up to 6 - 0. Magyarország added another goal to their lead as Attila Winkler struck home for 7 - 0 after an attack from the left set him up unmarked in front of the keeper. That was his third goal of the match - a hattrick for Attila Winkler! That's the name of the game! Endre Vadkerti had put in a good 88 minutes and left the field with a smile on his face due to his team's lead. Attila Sidó was the replacement. After 88 minutes, Crna Gora's Miodrag Ćurčija successfully broke up a pass with his face. Instinctively, he got up again only to unintentionally use his now-throbbing schnozz to break up a second pass. As he was carted off for a concussion check, Miljan Piletić ran onto the field to take his place. Luka Radojević seemed to fly off the ground as the corner came into the box, but his header went straight to the man on the post. Magyarország did a good job holding on to the ball, with 79 percent of possession. We'll be back after these interminable commercial messages.

Magyarország's best player was Máté Földes. I can't remember Wilhelm Seeland ever having a worse night than he just had. Danko Šofranac performed admirably for Crna Gora. Good thing Miljan Piletić isn't a horse, because he'd surely be sent to the glue factory after that performance. The match ends 7 - 0.

Rating details

Midfield excellent (very low) poor (very high) 29 12 8/20 3/20
Right defense excellent (low) formidable (very high) 30 36 8/20 9/20
Central defense formidable (low) formidable (very low) 34 33 9/20 9/20
Left defense formidable (very high) formidable (high) 36 35 9/20 9/20
Right attack magnificent (high) poor (very low) 47 9 12/20 3/20
Central attack magnificent (high) weak (very low) 47 13 12/20 4/20
Left attack titanic (very low) solid (high) 57 27 15/20 7/20
Indirect set pieces
Defense excellent (very low) weak (very high) 29 16 8/20 4/20
Attack solid (low) poor (low) 26 10 7/20 3/20
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Chance distribution

Home Away
8 2

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

Defense excellent (very low) weak (very high) 29 16 8/20 4/20
Attack solid (low) poor (low) 26 10 7/20 3/20


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Average ratings

Total player experience supernatural (high) wretched (very high) 55 8 14/20 2/20
Average midfield excellent (very low) poor (very high) 29 12 8/20 3/20
Average defense formidable (low) formidable (high) 34 35 9/20 9/20
Average attack world class (high) inadequate (very low) 51 17 13/20 5/20
Total average outstanding (low) passable (very low) 38 21 10/20 6/20


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