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Dark skies made the crowd of 42436 at Intown Park a little nervous, but the rain held off. Héctor Argentino Cantropus was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Evyatar Gur Zeev and Paavo Kostilainen.Given a free kick close to the byline, Intown tried a move that loyal fans may recognise from training. A pass to the side pulled the defence out of position which let Richárd Magyari slip through on goal. He didn't have to break his stride, and slipped the ball past the keeper to make it 1 - 0, 16 minutes into the game.Intown's Cyril Lambert got himself booked for a foul.Intown managed to extend their lead to 2 - 0 when Pier Carlo Vigiani cut in neatly from the left side and struck a fine shot past the away team's goalkeeper.28 minutes in, WSM's Joe Marlow received a yellow card for going into a challenge studs first.Redon Siliqi increased the lead for Intown to 3 - 0, getting a head onto a hooked ball from the right. The ball looked to have taken a deflection on the way in, but he's claiming it!Intown's Cristian Real Alfaro was shown a yellow card after 33 minutes for slicing down an opponent.
Jim Maybanks was in no condition to play on. He left the field limping after 34 minutes, with his right thigh bandaged. With 36 minutes played, Intown put themselves up 4 - 0 when the visiting defenders lost the ball to Inocêncio Teixeira, who came up from the left and proceeded to coolly round the keeper and knock the ball home.The referee showed Intown's Jeffrey Fung the yellow card after a particularly nasty challenge.Despite the injury to his left foot not looking all that serious, Kevan Gill decided to play it safe. It was not the first time he hurt that foot, and he asked to be taken off the field after 43 minutes. After 44 minutes, the away team failed to deal with a good exchange of passes on the right, and Inocêncio Teixeira gave the Intown supporters even more to cheer about when he increased the lead to 5 - 0.5 - 0 was the halftime score.53 minutes into the match, the visitors' central line of defence had to look on as Pier Carlo Vigiani broke through, making the score 6 - 0 for Intown.Stephan Purshouse was the first to reach the corner kick, but his header was blocked by the keeper. However, Intown's Inocêncio Teixeira managed to get hold of the rebound and tucked the ball into the empty net. 7 - 0That made three goals for Inocêncio Teixeira and he was marked down for the hat trick.Things were going to get worse for the visitors. Pier Carlo Vigiani squirmed through their central defence after 74 minutes, increasing the lead to 8 - 0.After 75 minutes, Richárd Magyari put Intown ahead 9 - 0 when he rose to head in a cross from the right wing.Intown's Pier Carlo Vigiani increased the lead to 10 - 0, after he saw his shot go between the legs of the advancing goalkeeper following some good play down the right wing after 77 minutes.The referee decided to let play continue for an additional 5 minutes beyond the regular 90 minutes.Intown increased the lead as Pier Carlo Vigiani struck to make the score 11 - 0 after an attack from the left left him unmarked in front of the keeper.The match ends 11 - 0.Weather conditions were fairly good for football, and LDL Arena saw a crowd turnout of 45868. Lars Peter Christoffersen was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Olivier Zimmermann and Claus Tenninger.Against a lesser team, LupidiLondra could very well have succeeded with their smart indirect free kick routine after 23 minutes. A trio of passes took the ball all the way past the defenders, but by then the intended recipient was already blocked off and the keeper could make a leisurely save.Many thought Luis Marcelo Parodi ought to have been awarded a penalty 25 minutes into the game, as he went down trying to dribble around Jaakko Yliniemi after a determined run through the middle.After several obvious shirt pulling incidents, Samuel Villalobos got himself booked. The manager of LupidiLondra was not happy.Luis Marcelo Parodi slowly got up on his feet, clutching his right thigh, but eventually signalled that he was ready to play on. 0 - 0 was the score after the first half.After a fine move down the middle Jolyon Keith nearly gave the home side a goal after 51 minutes. However the finishing shot went just wide.Slack defending gave LupidiLondra a chance to take the lead with 55 minutes played, but Samuel Villalobos's cross from the left flank was fumbled in front of the goal and easily dealt with by the opposition.Some quick footwork on the left side of the field 62 minutes into the match left Athletic's Lloyd Cumming completely free to score. 0 - 1 for the visitors.After 64 minutes, Mike Cocks suffered a slight injury to his left calf muscle. However, it was not enough to stop him from continuing the game. Glen Henderson left the field with a smile on his face as he was substituted 65 minutes into the game, as his team was in the lead. Roben Bruynseels was the replacement.Owen Fasham went down in terrible pain, clutching his left ankle. He could not continue playing and had to be carried off on a stretcher after 71 minutes. The visiting Ervin Eisenhoffer was booed thoroughly by the home crowd 72 minutes into the game, after he broke through the middle and scored, resulting in the visitors taking the lead. 1 - 2 was the score.The referee announced 3 minutes of stoppage time, giving fans a slim hope that their team could get one more attack in before this was all over.The match ends 1 - 2.46936 spectators arrived at The European Parliament, where weather conditions were pretty good for football. Bjørn Thorstad was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Markus Hastreiter and Jean-Claude Zöbeli.0 - 1 was the score with 14 minutes played, after Tomá? Voska cut through the central defence and chipped home a goal for Pride.Julius Vemmelund showed the skills that make him a real crowd pleaser as he, after 28 minutes, wove through the guests' entire central defence and put the 1 - 1 equaliser away.32 minutes of the match played, and a comedy of errors by the home side gave the visitors a chance at the lead, but Gianni Pasini, after finding himself dashing down on goal from the left with only the keeper to beat, sliced his shot horribly wide.The opposing supporters gave the referee an earful when he only gave Lucian-Valentin R?c?an from Athletic a yellow card after a mistimed challenge from behind 33 minutes into the game. That was far too lenient!After several obvious shirt pulling incidents, Andrew Bradbury got himself booked. The manager of Pride was not happy.It was 1 - 1 at the break.Athletic took the lead 61 minutes into the game by 2 - 1, as Julius Vemmelund elegantly received a long range pass through the middle, finishing off with a half-volley shot just below the bar.After 62 minutes, the Athletic players received new instructions from their manager on how to keep in control of the game.Pride tied it all up, 68 minutes in, after a spectacular goal by Ludovic Schluechter, who miraculously broke through the home side's central defence, making it 2 - 2.Athletic made a bid to take the lead as a ball coming in on the right hand side left Ebrahim Muhammed completely alone with keeper Ionu? Bratu, who made a spectacular block.Henrry Pinto of Athletic was booked for kicking the ball away after the whistle.The visitors' central defence should have had no trouble clearing the pass to Julius Vemmelund, but the Athletic player managed to shrug them off and fired a low shot past the keeper to give his team the lead. 3 - 2!After 86 minutes, a couple of quick and successful challenges followed by a shot from just outside the penalty area by Ebrahim Muhammed might have resulted in another goal for Athletic. However, Ionu? Bratu made a spectacular save.It was announced by the referee that he estimated stoppage time to be around 2 minutes. This meant there could still be an extra attack or two left in the match!The match ends 3 - 2.A brilliantly sunny day had enticed a crowd of 41586 to Domingo Samudio Stadium. Sven Frühstück was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Benedito D'Ávila and Gerg? Bán.Cameron Heskey received some harsh words from his coach after he acted foolishly 7 minutes into the match, probably out of lack of experience, and almost let an opponent score.Saville mounted an inspired counterattack down the right wing after 20 minutes, but Finnbogi í Karlagarði was unable to convert from short range.Ju Ju took the lead 27 minutes into the game by 1 - 0, as Oscar 'Doctor' John elegantly received a long range pass through the middle, finishing off with a half-volley shot just below the bar.Attacking on the wings was the choice for Ju Ju, and they were successfully passing the ball from the middle to the wings to attack.The teams went for the halftime break at 1 - 0.Things were going to get worse for the visitors. Ziya Koç squirmed through their central defence after 68 minutes, increasing the lead to 2 - 0.The bench was restless, and with 75 minutes passed Saville's coach gave Parla Perkel the opportunity the player had been hoping for. ?? (Kunio) ?? (Kitano) reluctantly left the field.The home side's Oscar 'Doctor' John came close to extending the lead 80 minutes into the game. His shot came in from the right hand side but Parla Perkel managed to save it with an unbelievable reaction stop.With 81 minutes gone, a long pass from the defence of Saville resulted in a counterattack that set David Izturis free through the middle, but the keeper made a spectacular diving save.The goal to make it 2 - 1 was scored by Abdelghani Djebbour after 86 minutes, following an opportunistic counterattack down the middle by Saville.Jasper Scherz was first to reach a ball launched long through the center from Saville's defence 88 minutes into the game. He managed to keep his cool and beat the goalkeeper to make the score 2 - 2.It was announced by the referee that he estimated stoppage time to be around 2 minutes. This meant there could still be an extra attack or two left in the match!The match ends 2 - 2.It was an exceptionally sunny day for the crowd of 43076 that came out to Arena Nutki. Rufus Winkelmayer-Krieg was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Arto Merivaara and Dawid Leja.4 minutes of the match played, and a comedy of errors by the home side gave the visitors a chance at the lead, but Laurent Koumassi, after finding himself dashing down on goal from the left with only the keeper to beat, sliced his shot horribly wide.Tigers's David João Palmira was shown a yellow card for standing over the ball and blocking an opponent's quick free kick after 12 minutes.Down the middle came David João Palmira, making a fantastic play that nearly had Tigers take the lead after 15 minutes, but Filip Pe?i? preserved the tie.Many thought Pete Sims ought to have been awarded a penalty 16 minutes into the game, as he went down trying to dribble around Ede Weiland after a determined run through the middle.Making his way up the middle 23 minutes into the match, Kelaja Eckenrode almost managed to squeeze a goal past the visitors' keeper, but the alert Ede Weiland blocked it to keep the score level.0 - 0 was the score after the first half.Micha?kowice took the lead 59 minutes in, as Gareth Kent broke through on the left and put the 1 - 0 shot just beyond the reach of the outstretched keeper.Cheers filled the stadium as Mieczys?aw Drogowski broke through the visitors' central defence to put away the ball to increase the lead to 2 - 0 to Micha?kowice.Micha?kowice's Darren Parker got himself booked for a foul.Micha?kowice managed to extend their lead to 3 - 0 when Darren Parker cut in neatly from the left side and struck a fine shot past the away team's goalkeeper.Lars-Eric Håkansson went down after twisting his right ankle after 77 minutes, and had to leave the pitch.Micha?kowice solidified their lead at the 78 minute mark, as Gareth Kent dribbled the ball through the opposing central defence and scored to make it 4 - 0.84 minutes in, Tigers's János Csúri received a yellow card for going into a challenge studs first.The referee announced 3 minutes of stoppage time, giving fans a slim hope that their team could get one more attack in before this was all over.