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Clouds darkened the skies at Kampfbahn-am-Moor-ARENA as 28444 spectators turned up for the match. Erik Engberg was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Rimon Sleiman and Angus Borthwick. Starters: Lüchtringen - Helpup, Sauppan, Rocker, Cadek - Renner, Amoratis, Adamitzki, Friedenau, Mantarinidis - Sachsen-Paule.

Lineup: Vrbovszki - F. Nagy, Dimulász, Balogh, Knyihár - Lattek, Hódosi, Csató - Zatykó, Haraszti, Ráskó.

Deutschland trundled out to the pitch in a 4-5-1 formation. The visitors, Magyarország, chose to start the game with a 4-3-3 lineup. Using their magical counter-attacking abilities was the strategy of choice for Magyarország today. Magyarország's Ferenc Haraszti was a tricksy little hobbit and made poor Christian 'Krillewille' Adamitzki look like he had lost his precious. Turns out the precious was in the back of the net - 0 - 1! Magyarország were able to mount several counter-attacks, such as the impressive one 32 minutes in, but Csaba Hódosi lofted a free kick over the crossbar. With 34 minutes gone, a long pass from the defense of Magyarország resulted in a counter-attack that set Ferenc Haraszti free through the middle, but the keeper made a spectacular diving save. Christian 'Krillewille' Adamitzki made a superb effort after 35 minutes after a long ball through the middle, but one of the visitors' defenders got a foot in at the last second to preserve the away lead. With 38 minutes played, Deutschland's Piet Renner made a rush down the left, leaving him free to put the 1 - 1 equalizer away. Halftime score was 1 - 1. Deutschland set the tempo, maintaining 73 percent of possession.

After 46 minutes, the Magyarország coach wanted to see a new face on the field, waving Bence Ráskó off. Jozef Škridlovský took his place. With the clock showing 46 minutes, the fourth official held up the substitution board. Ferenc Haraszti looked to see that it was his number in red, so he made his way over to the sideline and swapped out for Kristóf Miskéri, though he would have liked to continue. After 46 minutes, the Magyarország coach made a sign to Dániel Csató, who soon changed positions with Jozef Škridlovský. After 46 minutes, the Magyarország had a quick word about their shape on the field and decided to try another approach. The coach of Magyarország wanted to try to mix things up after 46 minutes, and gave new tactical instructions. Magyarország almost scored after a counter-attack 75 minutes into the match, but Kristóf Miskéri took a shot from the left that landed harmlessly in the side netting. With the clock showing 77 minutes played, a great pass from the defensive line of Magyarország resulted in a counter-attack that was smoothly brought under control by Koppány Zatykó in the center of the opposition's penalty area, but his finish went high. Deutschland's Piet Renner had a good first touch on the flank, but was quickly closed down so he crossed to Christian 'Krillewille' Adamitzki who somehow managed to curl the ball wide. 82 minutes into the match Deutschland's Pascal Michel Rocker was being cautioned by the referee when he blurted out "I PITY THE FOOL THAT CAUTIONS ME!" The humor was lost on the officials, and his comedic efforts only earned him a straight red card and a trip to the showers. 82 minutes into the game, Magyarország's Benjámin Knyihár rolled over in pain after taking a forceful blow to his upper chest. After bandaging his collarbone, the medics led him off the field. Dávid Antaltried to hide a smile as he entered the field. He had not expected to get a chance this day. Jozef Škridlovský became the new Magyarország captain. As the 88 minute mark approached, the Deutschland manager decided it was time for a substitution. Nikos Mantarinidis reluctantly made way for Erich Costa-Schott. As Nikos Mantarinidis left the field, the coach signaled to Peter 'The Magic' Helpup to be the new set pieces taker. 89 minutes into the match, the referee signaled for a Deutschland substitution. Kay Kuch came on for Thomas Sachsen-Paule. 89 minutes into the game, Deutschland wanted to bring some new energy to their game. Piet Renner gave Miljan Jokanović a quick hug as he left the field. It was announced by the fourth official that he estimated stoppage time to be around 1 minutes. This meant there could still be an extra attack or two left in the match! The match ends 1 - 1. The forty-five minutes were dominated by Deutschland, with an impressive 67 percent possession of the ball.

Deutschland's best player was Miljan Jokanović. Even six year old fans were wincing at the poor play by Kay Kuch today. The most outstanding Magyarország player was without a doubt Áron Vrbovszki. I can't remember Dávid Antal ever having a worse night than he just had.

Rating details

Midfield titanic (low) solid (very low) 58 25 15/20 7/20
Right defense magical (high) divine (+3) (high) 71 91 18/20 23/20
Central defense titanic (high) divine (+2) (high) 59 87 15/20 22/20
Left defense formidable (very high) divine (+4) (low) 36 94 9/20 24/20
Right attack supernatural (very high) mythical (very low) 56 65 14/20 17/20
Central attack formidable (very high) solid (high) 36 27 9/20 7/20
Left attack inadequate (low) outstanding (high) 18 39 5/20 10/20
Indirect set pieces
Defense outstanding (very high) outstanding (very high) 40 40 10/20 10/20
Attack formidable (low) solid (very low) 34 25 9/20 7/20
Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Normal Counter-attacks
Tactic skill (no tactic) magical (no tactic) 18 18/20
Style of play 10% defensive 100% defensive

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0 - 1  Ferenc Haraszti 12'
1 - 1  Piet Renner 38'
Pascal Michel Rocker 82'
Benjámin Knyihár 82'
Formation Out  Bence Ráskó
In  Jozef Škridlovský
4-3-3  To  4-4-2
Formation Out  Ferenc Haraszti
In  Kristóf Miskéri
Defensive To  Offensive
4-4-2  To  4-5-1
Position swap Out  Jozef Škridlovský
In  Dániel Csató
Behavior Dániel Csató
Behavior Jozef Škridlovský
Normal  To  Defensive
Substitution Out Benjámin Knyihár
In Dávid Antal
Substitution Out  Nikos Mantarinidis
In  Erich Costa-Schott
Substitution Out  Thomas Sachsen-Paule
In  Kay Kuch
Substitution Out  Piet Renner
In  Miljan Jokanović



Chance distribution

Home Away
11 5

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

Replays (100 times)

Home Tie Away
25 35 40

1 Average goals 1,3

This shows the results of 100 extra simulations of this game.

Replays Breakdown

0 - 1
1 - 1
New behavior
New behavior
Sent off
Got injured

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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 outstanding (very high) outstanding (very high) 40 40 10/20 10/20
Attack formidable (low) solid (very low) 34 25 9/20 7/20


Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Normal Counter-attacks
Tactic skill (no tactic) magical (no tactic) 18 18/20
Style of play 10% defensive 100% defensive

Average ratings

Total player experience world class (low) titanic (low) 50 58 13/20 15/20
Average midfield titanic (low) solid (very low) 58 25 15/20 7/20
Average defense supernatural (high) divine (+3) (high) 55 91 14/20 23/20
Average attack outstanding (very low) brilliant (very high) 37 44 10/20 11/20
Total average world class (low) supernatural (very low) 50 53 13/20 14/20


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