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Park 2 - 3 EVILinc

2393 punters turned up at St Peter's Field, and despite threatening clouds on the horizon, no rain came. was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Gennady Tumakov and Sofus Asp. A 3-5-2 alignment was the formation of choice for Park. Lineup: Turner - Rance, Bramble, Clegg - Treacy, Foody, Langø, Ritchens, Kelly - Mörnner, Mähr.

EVILinc had chosen a strategic 2-5-3 formation. Starters: Murphy - Chí Minh, Roberts - Naik, Koula, Baratović, Faulkner, Tuckey - Hutton, McMullan, Skipper.

Going for long shots seemed to be the pick of the day for Park, taking advantage of their outstanding level with that tactic. 1 minutes into the game, Park wanted to bring some new energy to their game. Guntbert Mähr gave Micky Scheding a quick hug as he left the field. 13 minutes into the game, Lê Chí Minh almost gave the visitors the lead, as he clipped a delicate lob over the keeper, but the ball glanced harmlessly off the crossbar. The suddenness of the Park's Stuart Clegg's pass to Jeremy Treacy after 31 minutes caught the opposition wrong-footed, and they could only watch as the ball sailed home for 1 - 0. The visitors' Rohit Naik came close to levelling the score after 32 minutes with a free kick that went just wide of the top left corner. After 34 minutes Park showed some great patience outside the penalty area, waiting until Caleb Ritchens could find the right opportunity to finish off the attack from distance. The long shot, however, was an easy catch for Ross Murphy. Coming through the middle Rohit Naik almost scored the equaliser for EVILinc after 41 minutes, but Russell Turner made an excellent save, tipping the awkward curled shot past the post. It was 1 - 0 at the break. EVILinc enjoyed most of the ball, as they maintained 72 percent of possession.

EVILinc had a chance to level the scores as Stewart Hutton suddenly found himself free in the middle of the box with only the keeper to beat, but he misjudged the finish, and only managed to hit the bar. EVILinc tied it all up, 84 minutes in, after a spectacular goal by Tika Tuckey, who miraculously broke through the home side's central defence, making it 1 - 1. As the 89 minute mark approached, the EVILinc coach decided it was time for a substitution. Miroslav Baratović reluctantly made way for Wally Mueller on the pitch. Ian Faulkner would have preferred to play on, but his coach decided otherwise. Moe Harwood entered the game for EVILinc as the match clock showed 89 minutes. After 89 minutes, the EVILinc coach wanted to see a new face on the pitch, waving Mitch Koula off the field. Niccolò Muolo took his place. EVILinc claimed to have seen most of the ball, and the statistics agreed with them - possession being 62 percent.

As neither team had managed to win, extra time was called. Moe Harwood's lack of experience almost gave Park a goal after 98 minutes, but the shot went right into the keeper's arms. A mistake by the home side's central defence after 99 minutes allowed Rohit Naik to score for EVILinc. The scoreboard now read 1 - 2. A foul 104 minutes into the game resulted in a free kick for Park. Stuart Clegg took advantage as he curled the equalising goal into the top corner, just out of the reach of the keeper. 2 - 2. 2 - 3 was the score with 108 minutes played, after Niccolò Muolo cut through the central defence and chipped home a goal for EVILinc. The most dominating Park player was without a doubt Joacim Mörnner. Desmond Kelly was a disappointment, however. EVILinc's top performer was clearly Stewart Hutton. Ross Murphy on the other hand, had a terrible day. The match ends 2 - 3.

Rating details

Midfield poor (very high) solid (very high) 12 28 3/20 7/20
Right defence passable (very low) wretched (high) 21 7 6/20 2/20
Central defence passable (very low) weak (very low) 21 13 6/20 4/20
Left defence passable (very low) wretched (high) 21 7 6/20 2/20
Right attack weak (very low) weak (very low) 13 13 4/20 4/20
Central attack inadequate (very low) inadequate (very high) 17 20 5/20 5/20
Left attack weak (very low) poor (very high) 13 12 4/20 3/20
Indirect set pieces
Defence passable (very low) inadequate (very low) 21 17 6/20 5/20
Attack passable (very high) inadequate (very high) 24 20 6/20 5/20
Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Long shots Normal
Tactic skill outstanding (no tactic) 10 (no tactic) 10/20


1 - 0  Jeremy Treacy 31'
1 - 1  Tika Tuckey 84'
1 - 2  Rohit Naik 99'
2 - 2  Stuart Clegg 104'
2 - 3  Niccolò Muolo 108'
Substitution Out  Guntbert Mähr
In  Micky Scheding
Substitution Out  Miroslav Baratović
In  Wally Mueller
Substitution Out  Ian Faulkner
In  Moe Harwood
Substitution Out  Mitch Koula
In  Niccolò Muolo



Chance distribution

Home Away
4 11

0 Left attack 2
0 Central attack 6
0 Right attack 2
2 Other 1
2 Special events 0
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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

Defence passable (very low) inadequate (very low) 21 17 6/20 5/20
Attack passable (very high) inadequate (very high) 24 20 6/20 5/20


Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Long shots Normal
Tactic skill outstanding (no tactic) 10 (no tactic) 10/20

Average ratings

Total player experience wretched (low) wretched (very high) 6 8 2/20 2/20
Average midfield poor (very high) solid (very high) 12 28 3/20 7/20
Average defence passable (very low) poor (very low) 21 9 6/20 3/20
Average attack weak (low) weak (high) 14 15 4/20 4/20
Total average weak (very high) inadequate (very low) 16 17 4/20 5/20


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