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126402 fans braved the pouring rain at HODOS Team Arena. Sämi Hentsch 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 3-5-2 formation. The following players had been selected: Jäger - Valló, Jánosy, Svilar - Fodor, Eszik, Hajdu, Feleki, Dani - Sisák, Jankula.

Gentlemen prefer blondes and Andorra prefers a 4-4-2. Let's see how this plays out for them. The following players took the field: Cucarella - Gaudillat, Pol, Moltó, Bahuaud - Granell, Mas, Muset, Ricou - Lopes, Serre.

Today, Magyarország's strategy involved concentrating on the flanks for their attacks, taking advantage of their divine (+5) ability. A extra-terrestrial level of counter-attacking seemed to be the preferred strategy of Andorra. David Ricou, who often relies on his speed, had a rotten day on the drenched field. Magyarország created a good opportunity to score 20 minutes into the game when Csaba Valló's hooked ball from the left created a scuffle in front of the goal, but the visitors' defenders eventually won out. Alex Eszik seemed to be defying gravity as he elegantly headed in a goal for Magyarország after a corner kick that was nicely executed by Dezső Fodor. That makes it 1 - 0. Attacking on the wings was the theme of the day for Magyarország, and they were successfully passing the ball outside from the middle. 34 minutes into the game Andorra managed a counter-attack, but Eduard Mas took a soft shot from the left flank that was easy prey for the alert keeper. With 36 minutes played, Fermí Granell came in from the right and could have drawn the teams level, but the defenders successfully repelled the attack by Andorra. Magyarország managed to extend their lead to 2 - 0 when Péter Sisák slid in neatly from the left side and struck a fine shot past the away team's goalkeeper. At this point, it was obvious that the players of Magyarország lowered the tempo and became more defensively oriented. The referee showed Andorra's Eduard Mas the yellow card after a particularly nasty challenge. The teams went for the halftime break at 2 - 0. Magyarország set the tempo, maintaining 61 percent of possession.

Magyarország's Csaba Valló had an excellent opportunity 62 minutes in, shooting after bringing down a ball from the right, but he missed the goal by miles! Patrik Jankula was uncomfortable with the soggy field as he couldn't move the ball around with his usual grace. Content with how the game was proceeding, the Magyarország coach let Renátó Oláh come on for Jasmin Svilar after 70 minutes. The counter-attacks of Andorra were deadly and 81 minutes into the game, Jordan Serre controlled a long pass from the right flank and finished to make it 2 - 1. Big paper red cards were being held up by the opposing supporters with 82 minutes on the clock after Klaudiusz Hajdu's mistimed tackle from behind. The referee only showed the Magyarország player a yellow card though. With 87 minutes gone, Magyarország's organization began to suffer due to a lack of experience. Péter Sisák let loose a swerving effort from the right that the visitors' keeper did well to tip wide. Magyarország's Alex Feleki wanted to play on, but after 89 minutes the decision was made to give Kevin Petrényi a chance in his place. The Count appeared on the jumbotron and announced that Magyarország had 58...58 percent possession. AH AH AH!

Magyarország's top performer was clearly Péter Sisák. Even six year old fans were wincing at the poor play by Kevin Petrényi today. The most outstanding Andorra player was without a doubt Laurent Lopes. I can't remember Eduard Mas ever having a worse night than he just had. The match ends 2 - 1.

Rating details

Midfield brilliant (high) solid (high) 43 27 11/20 7/20
Right defense titanic (high) utopian (low) 59 74 15/20 19/20
Central defense world class (high) extra-terrestrial (low) 51 62 13/20 16/20
Left defense titanic (high) magical (very high) 59 72 15/20 18/20
Right attack extra-terrestrial (very high) titanic (very low) 64 57 16/20 15/20
Central attack outstanding (high) passable (very high) 39 24 10/20 6/20
Left attack extra-terrestrial (high) magnificent (very high) 63 48 16/20 12/20
 
Indirect set pieces
Defense brilliant (low) outstanding (high) 42 39 11/20 10/20
Attack excellent (very low) solid (very high) 29 28 8/20 7/20
 
Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Attack on wings Counter-attacks
Tactic skill divine (+5) extra-terrestrial 25 16 25/20 16/20
 

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Highlights

1 - 0  Alex Eszik 31'
2 - 0  Péter Sisák 39'
2 - 1  Jordan Serre 81'
Eduard Mas 41'
Klaudiusz Hajdu 82'
Substitution Out  Jasmin Svilar
In  Renátó Oláh
70'
Substitution Out  Alex Feleki
In  Kevin Petrényi
89'

Possession

61%
39%
58%
42%

Chance distribution

Home Away
8 5

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

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Indirect set pieces

Defense brilliant (low) outstanding (high) 42 39 11/20 10/20
Attack excellent (very low) solid (very high) 29 28 8/20 7/20

Miscellaneous

Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Attack on wings Counter-attacks
Tactic skill divine (+5) extra-terrestrial 25 16 25/20 16/20

Average ratings

Total player experience brilliant (very high) supernatural (high) 44 55 11/20 14/20
Average midfield brilliant (high) solid (high) 43 27 11/20 7/20
Average defense supernatural (very high) magical (very low) 56 69 14/20 18/20
Average attack supernatural (high) brilliant (high) 55 43 14/20 11/20
Total average world class (high) magnificent (low) 51 46 13/20 12/20

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