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As the referee started preparing for kick-off, a smattering of fireworks set off in the stands of the Cabuie fans, followed by song. After a short delay, the match could start as planned.

2644 spectators arrived at Ashwick, where weather conditions were pretty good for football. was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Jörg Koehlinger and . Cabuie had chosen a strategic 3-5-2 formation. They fielded: Forato - Rane, Lwali, Sardagna - Tallis, Clark, Lambert, Dench, Wong - Kommatias, Karampas.

BROTHERHOOD tactics involved an interesting 4-4-0 combination. The following players had been chosen: Filip - Borromeo, Vogel, Schermann, Wakelam - 茨栋 (Cidong), Schlang, Perkins, Al-Jashmy -.

Cabuie's Hale Clark placed the ball right at his teammate's feet after a corner, but Islem Lwali couldn't finish. The celebrations in the stands could only mean one thing - Hayden Lambert's free kick had found the back of the net and put Cabuie ahead 1 - 0! 31 minutes into the game, BROTHERHOOD seemed to suffer a certain amount of confusion and they fell to a poor level of organisation. Cabuie managed to extend their lead to 2 - 0 when Joe Wong cut in neatly from the left side and struck a fine shot past the away team's goalkeeper. By now, the players in Cabuie felt that victory was guaranteed and began to play it safe, focusing on defence and not risking too much going forward. BROTHERHOOD's Yassin Abdulbary Al-Jashmy got himself booked for a foul. Cabuie's Nick Tallis increased the lead to 3 - 0, after he saw his shot go between the legs of the advancing goalkeeper following some good play down the right wing after 37 minutes. 39 minutes into the match, the visitors' central line of defence had to look on as Kieren Dench broke through, making the score 4 - 0 for Cabuie. 4 - 0 was the score after the first half. Cabuie claimed to have seen most of the ball, and the statistics agreed with them - possession being 63 percent.

Despite his frustration resulting in the smashing of a few teacups, the coach of BROTHERHOOD was able to get his message across, and raised BROTHERHOOD's organisation to passable. After 47 minutes, the away team failed to deal with a good exchange of passes on the right, and Joe Wong gave the Cabuie supporters even more to cheer about when he increased the lead to 5 - 0. 62 minutes in, BROTHERHOOD appeared unsure on how to play and their organisation was only poor. Cheers filled the stadium as Simos Kommatias broke through the visitors' central defence to put away the ball to increase the lead to 6 - 0 to Cabuie. A speedy charge from the left side of the field increased the lead of Cabuie to 7 - 0 as Joe Wong finished it off competently, firing in from an acute angle. At that, Joe Wong was noted down for a hat trick! The game was close to savage at times, and BROTHERHOOD's Yassin Abdulbary Al-Jashmy received a second yellow card after 84 minutes; his ticket out of the game. As Yassin Abdulbary Al-Jashmy exited the field, Matthew Wakelam volunteered to be the new set pieces taker. The player down was Simos Kommatias. The Cabuie bench looked worried for a while, but in the end he managed to get up. After 86 minutes, Nick Tallis put Cabuie ahead 8 - 0 when he rose to head in a cross from the right wing. Hayden Lambert increased Cabuie's lead to 9 - 0 with a penalty spot cannonball. Cabuie had most of the ball, with 73 percent of possession.

Cabuie's top performer was clearly Joe Wong. On the other hand, Shitikanth Rane's play was disheartening. The most dominating BROTHERHOOD player was without a doubt Blair Perkins. Robert Filip on the other hand, had a terrible day. The match ends 9 - 0.

Rating details

Midfield inadequate (low) weak (very low) 18 13 5/20 4/20
Right defence weak (high) weak (very low) 15 13 4/20 4/20
Central defence passable (high) poor (high) 23 11 6/20 3/20
Left defence weak (low) wretched (high) 14 7 4/20 2/20
Right attack poor (very low) wretched (very high) 9 8 3/20 2/20
Central attack weak (low) disastrous (low) 14 2 4/20 1/20
Left attack inadequate (very low) wretched (low) 17 6 5/20 2/20
Indirect set pieces
Defence inadequate (high) weak (high) 19 15 5/20 4/20
Attack inadequate (very low) weak (high) 17 15 5/20 4/20
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Tactic skill (no tactic) (no tactic) (no tactic) (no tactic)


1 - 0  Hayden Lambert 24'
2 - 0  Joe Wong 32'
3 - 0  Nick Tallis 37'
4 - 0  Kieren Dench 39'
5 - 0  Joe Wong 47'
6 - 0  Simos Kommatias 80'
7 - 0  Joe Wong 81'
8 - 0  Nick Tallis 86'
9 - 0  Hayden Lambert 88'
Yassin Abdulbary Al-Jashmy 36'
Yassin Abdulbary Al-Jashmy 84'
Simos Kommatias 85'



Chance distribution

Home Away
10 1

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

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Indirect set pieces

Defence inadequate (high) weak (high) 19 15 5/20 4/20
Attack inadequate (very low) weak (high) 17 15 5/20 4/20


Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Normal Normal
Tactic skill (no tactic) (no tactic) (no tactic) (no tactic)

Average ratings

Total player experience poor (very high) passable (low) 12 22 3/20 6/20
Average midfield inadequate (low) weak (very low) 18 13 5/20 4/20
Average defence inadequate (very low) poor (low) 17 10 5/20 3/20
Average attack weak (low) wretched (very low) 14 5 4/20 2/20
Total average weak (very high) poor (very low) 16 9 5/20 3/20


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