Results Season 2, Week 6

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  1. Michael Woodward

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  2. Michael Woodward

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    1 Ajax v Shakhtar 4

    Ajax

    Vermeer
    Ariaudo
    Alderwerield
    Moisander
    Poli
    Marrone (Schone 45')
    Blind (Cuenca 78')
    Eriksen
    Van Rijn (Boerrigter 78')
    Fischer
    Immobile

    :goal: Fischer 30' :assist:Immobile

    :yellowcard: Marrone 38'

    :dead: Eriksen

    Shakhtar

    Handanovic
    Srna
    Chygrynskiy
    Dede
    Alaba
    Rakitskiy
    Biabiany (Oxlade-Chamberlain 78')
    D. Costa (P. Armero 78')
    Hamsik
    Adriano
    Mkhitaryan (Taison 78')

    :goal: Adriano 20' :assist:Srna
    :goal: Costa 49' :assist:Alaba
    :goal: Adriano 53' :assist:Hamsik
    :goal: Taison 85'

    :trophy:Dede 9.6

    1 Goals 4​
    14 Shots 13​
    6 Shots on Target 48%​
    18 Tackles 33​
    1 fouls 2​
    1 :yellowcard: 0​
    4 corners 1​
    17' Ajax attacked but Hamsik comes across in the box to intercept the ball just ahead of Marrone. It appears Marrone trips him but nothing is called and Marrone winds up with a 1v1 freebe from 8 yards out but Handanovic makes a nice kick save.​
    20' Shakhtar claims the lead as Darijo Srna gets down the right and crosses for Luiz Adriano who checks up his run behind the defense. Adriano side volleys it but Vermeer makes a nice save. However, it is saved to safety and Luiz Adriano just beats Toby Alderwerield to it for the tap in. ​
    30' Ajax equalizes on a cheap one as Handanovic plays it from the goal kick to a defender and Immobile rushes the defender to take it before he can move resulting in a 2 v 0 and Handanovic couldn't pull any heroics. Shakhtar's coach gave Ajax's the death stare as his players had ran away from numerous Ajax goal kicks beforehand due to good sportsmanship.​
    At half time, the score was even at 1s.​
    49' Douglas Costa gives Shakhtar the lead as he receives it way out on the left and turns his defender to get inside. As he approaches the corner edge of the box, he has a slight gap. He lets rip with his favorite left and the ball knuckles into the far side of the goal. ​
    53' Shakhtar score a second in the space of 4 minutes to put a shell shocked Ajax team away. This one was a beauty. Hamsik played Luiz Adriano down the line. Adriano got to the byline and cut back up field. Ajax's defender followed him patiently. Adriano cut as if he was going to try and curl for the far post but quickly stopped and spun toward his back shoulder as the Ajax defender over committed to try and stop the shot. This left Adriano with a 1v1 with Vermeer from the corner of the 6. Adriano cooly slots it under the sliding body of Vermeer. ​
    59' Ajax switches the ball well to find Van Rhijn running into the edge of the box. He fires for the top left corner but Handanovic gets his hand up there to knock it over. ​
    75' Van Rhijn times a pass perfectly as Alaba slacked a bit in staying with the defensive line leaving Immobile onside running diagonal toward the middle. Immobile takes it first time toward the far post but it is not hit very hard and Handanovic parries it into a dangerous position but lucky for him, Alaba is the first one to it. ​
    85' New acquisition Ariaudo tries clearing it from the edge of his own box but Taison hustles and blocks it. It ricochets off his back to the middle of the box where Alderwerield tries to control it and turn. Taison, still hustling, dispossesses Alderwerield on the turn and slots it under the diving body of Vermeer to make it 4-1.​
    89' The ball is played through running Immobile away from goal toward the corner. Immobile tries to turn and fire from the right corner of the 6 but Dede and Handanovic block it out for a corner. ​
    90' Hamsik dribbles forward and fires from 40 yards out as he was not closed down. The ball rockets and dips as it gets to goal forcing Vermeer to punch it over. ​
    GG Salty​
     
  3. Michael Woodward

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    0 Tottenham v Shakhtar 0

    Tottenham

    Lloris
    Walker
    Okore
    Vertonghen
    Assou-Ekotto
    Lamela
    Inan (Pogba 45')
    Holtby
    Giovinco
    Tevez
    Benteke (Toivonen 45')

    :yellowcard:Okore 19'
    :yellowcard: Holtby 90'

    :dead:Giovinco 90'

    Shakhtar

    Handanovic
    Srna
    Chygrynskiy
    Dede
    Alaba
    Wilshere
    Biabiany
    Costa (Oxlade-Chamberlain 63')
    Hamsik (Rakitskiy 86')
    Traore
    Mkhitaryan (Adriano 63')

    :yellowcard: Oxlade-Chamberlain 65'

    :dead: Hamsik 59'

    :trophy:Handanovic 9.3

    0 Goals 0​
    17 shots 8​
    11 Shots on Target 3​
    51% Possession 49%​
    19 Tackles 14​
    4 Fouls 1​
    2 :yellowcard:1​
    5 Corners 3​
    This was a great game and very close. No idea how neither team scored. Both goalies played great. According to the final stats for the players, Handanovic made 11 saves and Lloris made 9 (doesn't match up with shots on target though?). Tottenham had more shots but Shakhtar had numerous crosses played into dangerous space that Tottenham just barely dealt with. The best chances for each team were, for Shakhtar, Biabiany let rip from 28 yards out. The ball was selling as close to the top left corner as possible and out of nowhere, Lloris comes across and bats it away. For Tottenham, basically their last two chances of the game. They break away after some fortunate bounces and the 1v1 shot is fired off the post and Shakhtar clears it for a corner. The resulting corner is won by Tottenham but Handanovic dives and catches it from point blank. Great game electric ​
     
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    Espanyol [1] v Liverpool [0]

    Espanyol:

    C. Alvarez
    H. Mier
    D. Colotto
    H. Moreno
    J. Torres Nilo
    J. Zavala
    H. Herrera
    G. dos Santos
    Verdu
    C. Vela
    Sergio Garcia

    Subs: Pablo Barrera for Verdu (68th min)

    Goals: Gio dos Santos

    MotM: Jesus Zavala

    Liverpool:

    Jose Reina
    G. Johnson
    M. Skrtel
    D. Agger
    Jose Enrique
    D. de Rossi
    S. Gerrard
    Jesus Navas
    O. Assaidi
    L. Suarez
    Coutinho

    Subs: Drogba for Coutinho (68th min)


    In a must win for Espanyol to remain in title contention, Espanyol got the result it needed. It was harder than the fans were expecting but a win is a win, no matter how it is done. The Espanyol fans were pleased with the performance, with Espanyol playing lovely passing football, Sergio Garcia did well up top holding up play when needed, all that was missing from his fantastic display was a goal, and on a different day he would have scored at least two goals. Liverpool were forced into long distance shots which alvarez saved comfortably, and late in the first half sergio garcia missed an open net that would have given the barcelona based club the lead. And into the half it went 0-0.

    The espanyol fans grew restless at the open of the second half, and the nerves were starting to take over, the tension in the air was so thick you could cut it with a knife. Again it was a very grind it out type game and 'El Vasco' Aguirre contemplated changes around the 50th minute but decided to be patient. He knew Liverpools defense would not hold back the Mexcian and Spanish quality on the field. And his patience was rewarded when in the 60th minute Gio dos Santos, with a moment of magic and a bit of luck, beat his defenders 1 v 2, fired a shot, blocked by another defender when the rebound still landed in front of him and slotted it home top shelf, leaving Reina no chance. The espanyol fans went wild and you could tell the pressure in the air subsided. The game wore on, and Liverpool had a shot saved by Alvarez than deflect off the post, and the game finished with espanyol seeing out the result. GG! eheskey11
     
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    This season is extremely frustrating. I don't think i've managed a single win, and the thing that makes it near infuriating, is that the majority of the matches could have gone either way, or even should have gone my way, if not for some stupid dodgy goal from a slew of deflections in the box that i can't manage to clear.
    While i understand that, pressure in the box can potentially lead to something, it absolutely does my head in when i lose games in that fashion so often.
    Don't get me wrong F l Wence2 l S because this isn't a personal rant towards you. It's just my luck that i can't believe and with your perfect description of how the goal was scored, it just brought up all the memories of past matches where, as i said before, I lost in the same fashion.
     
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    Juventus 1 - 0 Espanyol

    :goal:G. Bale 68' :assist:Neymar

    Espanyol

    C. Alvarez
    Torres Nilo
    H. Moreno
    Colotto
    H. Mier
    H. Herrera
    J. Zavala
    Verdu -> Wakaso 87'
    Dos Santos
    S. Garcia -> P. Barrera 87'
    C. Vela

    Juventus

    Buffon
    Caceres
    Baines
    B
    C
    Vidal
    Pirlo
    Marchisio -> Lampard 68'
    Bale
    Neymar -> Vargas 87'
    Llorente -> Pizarro 87'
     
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    Spiel:Ajax Amsterdam v. Juventus Turin

    Ergebnis: 2-1

    Aufstellung:

    Ajax Amsterdam:
    GK-Vermeer
    D-van Rhijn
    D-Moisander
    D-Marrone
    D-Alderweireld
    D-Blind
    M-Poli
    M-De Jong
    M-Schöne (80' Cuenca)
    M-Eriksen
    ST-immobile

    Juventus Turin:
    GK-Buffon
    D-Caceras
    D-Bonucci - Yellow Card
    D-Chiellini
    D-Baines
    M-Pirlo
    M-Vidal
    M-Bale
    M-Marchisio (80' Lampard)
    M-Neymar
    ST- Llorente

    Tore:
    36' Immobile (Eriksen)
    41' Immobile (de Jong)
    86' Lampard (Pirlo)
     

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