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Aachen 2 - 2 Monto

The 3669 spectators at Aachen City Arena were in for an afternoon of sunshine. Jan Kancjan was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Gordon Neff and Jeronimus Immel. The head coach flashed hand signals from the sideline and Aachen formed up in a 4-4-2 combination. Let's hope the opposing sideline wasn't filming that. Lineup: Dreising - Dilthey, Vollkammer, Koschinski, Vitolo - Medem, Straten, Keller, Loë - Yengi, Duckstein.

Cry "havoc" and let loose the dogs of war! Monto will go to battle in a 4-4-2 formation. They fielded: Liehner - Goldenbalk, Gleis, Eickhof, Martinsson - Politz, Puppenbrücke, Seelhorst, Trittin - Cottenceau, Detemple.

Monto has displayed poor talent to press and shut down attacks all over the field. Aachen's Danny Koschinski scored the 1 - 0 goal by shooting straight and true from a long distance, leaving the opponent’s keeper to trudge into the net to pick up the ball. The visitors' equalizer seemed inevitable after 17 minutes, following a one on one situation around the left hand side of the goal area, but Heimrich Dreising got the best of it, blocking the shot from Jörg Wolfgang Detemple. The referee showed Aachen's Patrick Vollkammer the yellow card after a particularly nasty challenge. At this time in the match, Monto were using their skill at pressing to successfully stifle the game. A cross coming in on the right hand side left Eddy Cottenceau alone in front of the goal after 30 minutes but his shot wasn't taken well. The visiting team's Jörg Wolfgang Detemple was able to score the 1 - 1 equalizer with a header 34 minutes in, after some good work on the right. Aachen's Tronje Medem was dominating his wing and kept sending fine balls into the opposing area - Tim Duckstein managed to kick one of them into the net for 2 - 1 after 35 minutes. Monto were close to putting the equalizer away after 35 minutes as the opposing defense lost the ball to Eddy Cottenceau in a scuffle on the left of the goal, but in the end the ball was cleared over the sideline. Halftime score was 2 - 1. Monto did a good job holding on to the ball, with 74 percent of possession. We'll be back after these interminable commercial messages.

A cross coming in on the right hand side left Ben Erik Goldenbalk alone in front of the goal after 46 minutes but his shot wasn't taken well. Aachen had to make a substitution after 72 minutes. Danny Koschinski apparently was hit by a thrown bottle of Schlitz by one of the opposing players' fans, and now reeks of blood and bad beer. While the coach remonstrated with the side official about the situation, Patrick Marquart finished his warmups and came on. Swen Puppenbrücke came close to leveling the score 75 minutes into the game, as he was set up with a through ball coming in from the left, but his shot hit the post. After several obvious shirt pulling incidents, Monto's Robert Eickhof got himself booked. The visitors didn't give in and, after 83 minutes, Phil Politz got through the home side's central line of defense, rolling in the leveling goal to make it 2 - 2. Monto did a good job holding on to the ball, with 83 percent of possession. We'll be back after these interminable commercial messages.

The most outstanding Aachen player was without a doubt Heimrich Dreising. Speaking of stinking up the place, Patrick Vollkammer sure smelled like the bottom of Batman's shoe after a night of crimefighting in Gotham. The most outstanding Monto player was without a doubt Swen Puppenbrücke. Speaking of stinking up the place, Eddy Cottenceau sure smelled like the bottom of Batman's shoe after a night of crimefighting in Gotham. The match ends 2 - 2.

Rating details

Midfield disastrous (low) wretched (very low) 2 5 1/20 2/20
Right defense poor (low) poor (high) 10 11 3/20 3/20
Central defense poor (very low) poor (very high) 9 12 3/20 3/20
Left defense poor (very low) poor (high) 9 11 3/20 3/20
Right attack wretched (very high) poor (high) 8 11 2/20 3/20
Central attack wretched (very high) poor (low) 8 10 2/20 3/20
Left attack poor (very low) poor (low) 9 10 3/20 3/20
 
Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Normal Pressing
Tactic skill (no tactic) poor (no tactic) 3 3/20
 

Highlights

1 - 0  Danny Koschinski 2'
1 - 1  Jörg Wolfgang Detemple 34'
2 - 1  Tim Duckstein 35'
2 - 2  Phil Politz 83'
Patrick Vollkammer 24'
Robert Eickhof 82'
Danny Koschinski 72'
Substitution Out Danny Koschinski
In Patrick Marquart
72'

Possession

26%
74%
17%
83%

Chance distribution

Home Away
2 7

0 Left attack 3
0 Central attack 1
0 Right attack 3
1 Other 0
1 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

Defense 0/20 0/20
Attack 0/20 0/20

Miscellaneous

Team attitude (Hidden) (Hidden)
Tactic Normal Pressing
Tactic skill (no tactic) poor (no tactic) 3 3/20

Average ratings

Total player experience wretched (very high) disastrous (very high) 8 4 2/20 1/20
Average midfield disastrous (low) wretched (very low) 2 5 1/20 2/20
Average defense poor (very low) poor (very high) 9 12 3/20 3/20
Average attack poor (very low) poor (low) 9 10 3/20 3/20
Total average wretched (high) poor (very low) 7 9 2/20 3/20

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