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Tee Grizzley Net Worth
Tee Grizzley net worth: Terry Sanchez Wallace Jr. , aka Tee Grizzley, is a rapper with a net worth of $2.5 million dollars. Here are 10 things you need to know about him.
1. Tee Grizzley’s date of birth is March 23, 1994. He was born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. His parents were in and out of prison, so his grandma looked after him. In 2012, his dad was murdered. Throughout school, he boxed and played football.
2. Tee Grizzley became interested in rap while in junior high. He and some friends created a hip-hop group known as All Stars Ball Hard; and, based on that, Tee was originally called ASBH Tee. The group started uploading their music to YouTube, but things fizzled out when Tee graduated high school and went to college.
3. Tee Grizzley went to Michigan State University to study finance and accounting. Low on money, he and a friend stole $20,000 worth of cash and electronics from other dorm rooms. They were caught and then released, pending investigation. Tee then fled to Kentucky where he was again arrested for trying to rob a jewelry store. For that, he was sentenced to nine months. While behind bars, he got an additional 18 months for the Michigan State heist. He was released in October of 2016.
4. While locked up, he got the nickname Grizzly because he was big and aggressive, like a grizzly bear. With nothing better to do, Tee doubled-down on rapping. He wrote his first mixtape. Then, as soon as he got out, he went to work, dropping his debut single, “First Day Out,” under the new name, Tee Grizzley. It racked up more than a million views on YouTube in the first week alone. When his mixtape, My Moment, came out, LeBron James gave it a shoutout on his Instagram, tripling sales. Tee would later sign with 300 Entertainment in 2017.
5. After a family member asked Tee Grizzley for $120,000 and his barber asked him for $15,000, Tee said he no longer wears designer clothes or jewelry around them. And if they still ask, he says he’s waiting on his record label to get paid.
6. Tee Grizzley said his biggest challenge these days is just having the discipline to do what needs done. He has the momentum and the connections; now he just needs to continue to work hard each and every day.
7. The craziest thing Tee Grizzley has bought with his money so far is a Bentley truck. Depending on the trim level and options, these can go for as much as a quarter million dollars. But with that brief college background in finance and lots of time spent behind bars reading business books, Tee says he’s actually pretty responsible with his money. He likes to showoff material things on Instagram to inspire other kids coming up in the ghetto.
8. Tee Grizzley regularly returns to his old block and visits schools all over Detroit, to motivate the kids to make something of their lives. His story is powerful. He attended the worst high school in Detroit, got good grades, scored a 24 on his ACT, and made it into Michigan State—why can’t they?
9. Like 50 Cent, Tee wants to make a movie about his life. Since he went to prison, got out, and made something of himself, Tee thinks it’s the perfect comeback story and would do well on the big screen.
10. Tee Grizzley is thought to be dating the woman in the picture above. He has no kids. Sadly, his aunt, who was also his manager, was killed in a drive-by shooting in 2019. The shooters meant to hit Tee. They have yet to be identified.
Related: Eminem net worth.
Big Brother: All-Stars Episode Recaps – Big Brother Photos
David and Cody chat in the HOH Suite and Cody tells David he should be nervous because grabbing the $10k prize was a bad move. Cody wants Kevin evicted this week but worries David will have swayed the Houseguests too much.
Kevin tries to patch up his relationship with Cody. He apologizes for the awkward conversation they had. Cody now wonders if Kevin is the best person to target this week.
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The Houseguests get a message from their neighbor, Dr. Will, who cryptically advises them to plan “three steps ahead.”
Several of the Houseguests feel sure this alludes to a double eviction. David and Memphis both guess that this could actually mean a triple eviction and the Houseguests start having meetings amongst themselves to plan.
Enzo throws out the idea to Cody of nominating Memphis based on his double Wise Guys maneuver. Cody, however, thinks Tyler is a better target as a fierce competitor. Dani warns Cody of the danger of Christmas winning an HOH.
Tyler hopes David will stay to help him target Nicole and Dani if it’s a double or triple eviction.
Later, Tyler talks to Dani and they speak generally about who in their alliance should be targeted first. Tyler lies that he wouldn’t target Dani, but in the Diary Room, he confirms she would absolutely be who he goes after first.
The Live Vote and Eviction begins and host Julie Chen Moonves tells viewers she’s keeping the triple eviction a secret for now. Julie gives Kevin and David a chance to sway the Houseguests with a final speech.
Kevin tells the Houseguests if he stays he is happy to work with them. David speaks to being the second male African American houseguest to make it to Jury but says he has bigger goals and hopes to accomplish them.
The votes come out 6 to 0 to evict Kevin.
Julie gives Kevin the news and without any hugs to his fellow Houseguests, he joins her on stage in front of the Big Brother house. He speaks to the struggles in this year’s game and his five times on the block and how different that is to his first game where he made it to the Final Three. Julie commends him on the important conversations he had in the house and he is thrilled and emotional to know those conversations aired and he was able to represent his various communities.
The first HOH competition of the night begins called “It’s All About Will” where the Houseguests have to answer questions about their neighbor Dr. Will in his appearances to them over the last week.
Memphis alone answers the final question correctly and wins the Head of Household. Memphis has to give his two nominations immediately and he nominates David and Nicole.
The first Power of Veto competition is called “Ice In Your Veins” and each Houseguest has to make their way across a balance beam, complete a puzzle, return across the balance beam, and be the first to finish. Anyone who falls into the “lava” is eliminated.
Christmas, in her first official Veto competition, finishes first and wins the Power of Veto. The Houseguests head inside to hold very quick meetings with Christmas.
Nicole and David each get a chance to sway Christmas and tell her they hope she will use the Veto on them but understand she has to do what’s right for her game. Ultimately Christmas decides not to use the Power of Veto.
Julie gives both Nicole and David a chance to sway the Houseguests. Nicole hardly knows what to say and David speaks to having more game left in him to play.
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Christmas and Tyler are the sole votes to evict Nicole, with the other three votes for David. Julie gives the Houseguests the news that David is evicted from the Big Brother house.
David goes out to speak to Julie, gathering his emotions. Julie asks David if he regrets taking the $10k in the Veto competition and he says he does not, especially given how things went this evening. David celebrates how much more game he got to play than his last go-around and ultimately feels proud and vindicated in his gameplay.
Julie gathers the Houseguests once again and breaks the news that they are about to embark on Big Brother’s first triple live eviction. The second Head of Household competition begins and it’s called “It’s All About You” where the Houseguests have to answer true and false questions about things that have happened in the game.
Tyler becomes the new Head of Household correctly answering all of Julie’s questions and both Dani and Nicole quickly pull him aside, afraid they are his targets. Unfortunately, their suspicions are correct and Tyler nominates Dani and Nicole for eviction.
The second POV competition is called “Feet To The Fire” and the Houseguests have to race across two balance beams to grab pieces of their fire puzzle and correctly put it back together on the opposite side, then race back to press the button before anyone else.
Christmas and Nicole both fall off the balance beam and are eliminated. Tyler accomplishes the goal first, winning the golden Power of Veto.
Nicole and Dani each get a chance to persuade Tyler to use the Veto but both see the futility in it and while Nicole asks to be taken off the block Dani uses the time instead to speak to her family back home. Tyler decides not to use the Power of Veto.
The final eviction vote of the night begins with Nicole and Dani’s speeches. Nicole isn’t sure what to say but urges the Houseguests to keep her. Dani, on the other hand, accuses Tyler and Christmas of a Final Two and makes it apparent who she would be targeting if she stays.
Dani is evicted by a vote of 4 to 0 and she joins Julie outside the BB house. She tells Julie about how she’d never felt safe with Tyler and Christmas and that she thinks they must see her as a bigger threat than Nicole. Overall Dani speaks to how much fun she has had playing All-Stars and how much she loves the game.
Julie congratulates the remaining Houseguests on surviving the harrowing evening and confirms to them that there will be no Jury Battleback, meaning one of the remaining six Houseguests will indeed be the winner of Big Brother: All-Stars.
Washington Nationals’ 2021 All-Stars
WASHINGTON — Rosters for the 2021 All-Star Game have been set. Juan Soto, Kyle Schwarber and Trea Turner will represent the Nationals at the Midsummer Classic on July 13 at Coors Field.
It is the first career All-Star selection for each of the Nationals’ three representatives. Schwarber and Turner were both elected by players, while Soto was chosen by MLB after fan and player elections.
Washington will have three members on the National League roster for the first time since 2018, when it played host, and Bryce Harper, Max Scherzer and Sean Doolittle represented the squad in the All-Star Game.
“You saw in the last month what us three and everyone else is capable of, and what we can do as a team,” said Turner on Sunday. “It’s fun when we’re all clicking and playing together, and we’ve got a lot of baseball left, and we’ve got to keep going.”
Through the midway point of the season, Soto ranks second in on-base percentage (.399) and he is tied for the second-most walks in the National League (50). He’s currently riding a 21-game on-base streak, matching his career high.
“It’s like a dream for every player, just to come to the All-Star Game to be around all those stars and famous people,” said Soto. “It is gonna be a great experience to be out there and have fun with all those guys. … [My family] has been pushing for me the whole way — they’ve been voting. It’s crazy how much they tried to make me an All-Star. So I just told them, let them know, ‘We made it.’”
Turner sits atop a majority of leaderboards among NL shortstops, including leading in batting average (. 318) and stolen bases (18). His 30 multihit games is tied for the second-most in the National League, and he has recorded at least one run in a career-best 12 straight games.
“My mom and my wife were really excited about it, and probably wanted it more than I did,” joked Turner on his first All-Star selection. “It’s cool getting to tell those people around you that you made it, because they have a part in it. Putting that smile on their face just as much as your own face is nice. … Just to be a part of it is special and something that we won’t forget. We’ll try to cherish it for the rest of our lives and try to soak it all in when we go.”
Schwarber is coming off the hottest month in his career, for which he was named the National League Player of the Month. He smacked 16 homers in June, including seven to lead off a game. The left fielder hit 16 home runs over an 18-game stretch, which had only been done twice before in MLB history by Sammy Sosa (1998) and Barry Bonds (2001).
“Whenever you are a baseball player, it’s something that you hope that you participate in,” said Schwarber. “You are holding yourself to the standards, and when the other players around you and fans around [you] think that you deserve to be in this game, it’s definitely pretty cool. It’s a great feeling. And I’m very excited.”
Both Turner and Schwarber are sidelined due to injury, with no timetable for return. The Nats’ shortstop is day to day with a jammed left middle finger that he sustained while sliding into third base for a triple while hitting for the cycle on June 30. Schwarber was placed on the 10-day IL with a significant right hamstring strain, which is expected to keep him out for some time according to manager Dave Martinez.
Though he will not be able to play, Schwaber is looking forward to experiencing everything. He hopes to bring his wife along — and maybe his parents — to watch with him. Soto joked that he has “his boys” there too, if his family doesn’t make the trip.
“I’d like to go and still experience everything,” said Schwarber. “You only get one first. I want to experience it and just make the most of it. That sucks that I won’t be able to play, but you know what, it is what it is. I’m still very excited to be a part of it.”
Play Ball! Local Tee-baller to play in Pony League World Series
(Seguin) – For most of us, playing in the World Series ends up only being a dream. But for one local girl, that dream is already in the works.
A caravan of support has literally arrived today in Youngsville, LA for 6-year-old Braelynn Adame who is representing both Seguin and San Antonio in the 2021 Tee-Ball Pony League World Series.
Adame advanced to the world series platform as a member of the Southwest Green All-Stars Tee-Ball Pony (Shetland) League in San Antonio. Designating herself as Adame’s number one fan is Grandmother Mary Adame, of Seguin. Adame says she couldn’t be prouder of her granddaughter for achieving so much especially during her first year to ever play the sport.
“I didn’t think she would take very much interest in it because 6-years-old — you didn’t think they would, but she is really loving the game. She played for a team called the Kekambas in the Pony League there in Southwest in San Antonio and then from there, she got chosen to play in All-Stars, but she plays first and third. Her main position is third base. She’s been catcher and pitcher,” said Mary.
Braelynn’s father Brandon Adame says he too is proud of his daughter and says competitive Tee-ball is a bit different than what most of us might be used to from watching in the stands.
“It is actually pretty competitive. I’ve watched the girls win and lose and when they win, they are so happy. When they lose, they go down. It’s very competitive to them,” said Brandon.
Brandon says he is especially excited for this week in watching his little girl do what she has come to love in just a few short months.
“She performs amazing. She is amazing. She plays third. She dives for balls. She hits wonderful but when she gets out, she gets real real sad and I’ve told her, it’s just an out. You can do it all over again just hit a little harder,” said Brandon. “I’ve enjoyed every minute of it. She loves it. She’s always happy when she gets to go practice and is ready for games all the time.”
The Seguin Daily News caught up with the little slugger on the day before today’s big game. Braelynn who was taking a break from the hotel pool says she couldn’t wait to take the field.
“I hit hard balls and I just love to play softball all the time,” said Braelynn.
As for her contribution to the team, she says it’s all about focusing on the ball and scoring.
“I line up and then I get ready to hit and she puts the ball down and I just wait for them to back up and then I just count to three and I hit it hard,” said Braelynn.
Although it’s the adults who probably have a better perspective on how big this week’s tournament really is – Braelynn appears to be keeping things pretty simple.
“I’m looking forward to just win and have fun with my friends,” said Braelynn.
In the meantime, it looks as though Mary and her husband Edward will be the ones drawing in all of the nerves that her granddaughter might have for this week’s World Series.
“We are so excited. I can’t even explain it and my husband — he used to coach my daughter because she played softball also and he is just overwhelmed with just the joy of the game and that she is enjoying it. We are enjoying it, I think, more than she is though,” said Mary.
The first match up for the team is today against Kinder, LA. The World Series Tee-Ball tournament begins today and runs through Saturday.
Vlad Guerrero Jr. powers AL to 8th straight win
DENVER — Vladimir Guerrero Jr. is just 22 years old, yet already well-versed in fulfilling destinies.
It is now Guerrero, and not his Hall of Fame father, dominating the American League, as so many imagined when Vladito was just a kid in oversized shorts tailing his dad around the ballyard.
And after a first half in which he slammed 28 home runs and led the major leagues in batting and OPS, vaulting him to his first All-Star Game, he made a promise to Blue Jays teammates Lourdes Gurriel and George Springer: That he’d come home with the game’s MVP trophy.
After slamming a pitch 468 feet through Colorado’s thin air, and boosting the AL to a 5-2 victory over the National League, it’s worth noting whatever this 6-2, 250-pound barrel of power and joy might next aim to achieve.
“Dreams come true,” Guerrero said, the game’s MVP trophy riding shotgun on the postgame podium. “Since I was a kid I’ve always been thinking about this moment.
“I’ve worked all my life, very hard, and thank God it’s happening now.”
Major League Baseball might say the same about Guerrero, Shohei Ohtani and a gaggle of other players who have provided a balm for the game after a pandemic-wracked 2020 and a transitional period in the game that has industry leaders and fans seemingly on perpetual alert.
On this night, the most important stars shone brightest.
Ohtani made history, earning the victory with a flawless first inning of work and grounding out twice, fulfilling his own superlative as the first player in baseball history to earn All-Star selections as a hitter and pitcher. Guerrero nearly beheaded, then hugged, a surefire Hall of Famer.
Along with a pitching staff that allowed just eight hits, that was more than enough for the AL to register its eighth consecutive All-Star triumph over the NL and 15th in the last 18 games.
While the stage was set for two-way legend Ohtani, it was Guerrero who captured the buzz.
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At 22 years and 119 days, Guerrero became the youngest to be named MVP of the All-Star Game. Ken Griffey Jr. was 22 years and 236 days old when he won the award in 1992.
After Ohtani led off the game with a groundout, Guerrero, the Toronto Blue Jays’ slugger whose 28 first-half homers were second to Ohtani’s 33, unloaded on a pitch from Washington Nationals ace Max Scherzer.
It was 111.1 mph off the bat, and just inches from Scherzer’s head. In the regular season, the sequence might have inspired Mad Max to stomp a couple laps around the man.
In this exhibition, he accepted Guerrero’s loving embrace on his way back to the dugout.
“I’m alive,” Scherzer, famously heterochromiatic, said after his scoreless inning. “That’s the success story. I’m just grateful I still have a blue eye and a brown eye.”
Said Guerrero: “At the Home Run Derby, he was joking with and said, hey, take it easy on me tomorrow. After the line drive, I just wanted to give him a hug.”
Guerrero’s average exit velocity of 95.2 mph ranks second in the majors and nobody’s hit more than the 45 balls of at least 110 mph he struck in the first half.
His first rocket nearly damaged Scherzer; his second just did damage to the NL.
Guerrero blasted a Corbin Burnes pitch 468 feet to left field in the third inning, giving the AL a 2-0 lead, sending a murmur through the Coors Field crowd and inspiring a drive-by exchange with Padres shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr., his fellow second-generation superstar.
He’d later drive in Blue Jays teammate Teoscar Hernandez with an RBI groundout, while Tampa Bay Rays catcher Mike Zunino clobbered a home run off Mets right-hander Taijuan Walker.
Angels outfielder Jared Walsh – playing left field for the first time as a major leaguer – ended the last serious threat, making a nifty sliding catch of a sinking Kris Bryant line drive to bail Red Sox reliever Matt Barnes out of a bases-loaded situation in the eighth.
Ohtani? He made some memories of his own, pitching a scoreless first inning, grounding out twice but also reveling in the experience, which came a day after his Home Run Derby debut.
Segueing from the batter’s box to the pitcher’s mound looked so simple Tuesday. His colleagues know better.
“We’re all still in awe of his ability to do that,” said AL and Tampa Bay Rays manager Kevin Cash. “The way he handled everything was pretty remarkable.”
The same could be said for Guerrero, who has largely been tasked with becoming a Blue Jays cornerstone since they signed him as a 16-year-old in 2015. The climb was quick but the final leap to superstar took a moment – took a moment – Guerrero dropped more than 40 pounds last winter after a weight gain during baseball’s COVID-19 shutdown.
The game isn’t all the way back. This 91st All-Star Game showed it’s in very good hands.
“There’s a lot of stuff we’re coming out of, with the pandemic,” says Cash. (Ohtani’s) talent, to get baseball going again was a big part of it. He and Vladdy Guerrero Jr. have so much on their plate. The way they handle it with such humility and class is what stands out.”
The audience appreciates it: Ohtani’s every movement was greeted raucously by the 49,000 fans packing Coors Field Monday and Tuesday nights.
“I was simply thankful for all the cheers and all the support I get,” he said.
The most meaningful support Tuesday came from a hard-hitting machine they call Vladito.
O.C. Baseball All-Stars cherish one last game in their high school uniforms
Caleb Hohman had perhaps one of the largest cheering contingents at Tuesday night’s 53rd annual Orange County High School All-Star Baseball Game.
The Ocean View High School graduate came to bat in the seventh inning at Hart Park to wild applause. He said after the game that he had four Seahawks teammates — Kai Marden, Jack Rockefeller, Connor Knobbe and Jimmy Legg — in the stands supporting him.
Hohman roped a single back up the middle.
“I was so happy,” he said. “I was a little relieved … I did what I had to do.”
Hohman was one of six local players in the game, put on by the Kiwanis Club of Greater Anaheim. Five of them were on the South team, which lost 6-2 to the North in a nine-inning game.
Hohman, headed to the University of Dallas, was joined on the South by Ocean View teammate Brandon Wood. The right-handed pitcher threw a scoreless fourth inning.
“I felt good,” said Wood, bound for Santa Ana College. “I was little rusty in the bullpen, and then right when I got out there I felt good. The adrenaline was pumping.”
Ocean View’s Brandon Wood hurls a strike during the 53rd Kiwanis Orange County All-Star Baseball Game at Hart Field on Tuesday.
(Don Leach / Staff Photographer)
Corona del Mar’s Blake Butcher and Matt DeCrona also played for the South, as did Cade Liefer of Edison. Fountain Valley’s Sam Grack was also selected to the squad, but didn’t play as he was out of town.
“It was obviously a blast being out here, but it was also pretty sad to put on this uniform for the last time,” Butcher said. “But you’re just out here having fun with your friends, trying to get better, all of that stuff. I had a great time.”
Marina graduate Gavin Langer was on the winning North squad. Langer had an infield single in the bottom of the fifth inning, when the designated home team scored four runs to surge ahead.
Butcher, DeCrona and Liefer all started for the South. Butcher, a four-year starter for CdM who is bound for San Diego State, started at third base. DeCrona, headed for Long Beach State, started at second base while Liefer, going to Cypress College, started at shortstop.
DeCrona got the South out of a jam in the bottom of the first inning, after the North had runners on the corners with one out. Bryce Gamble of El Dorado hit the ball hard up the middle, but DeCrona was able to turn a double play.
South All-Star Matt DeCrona of Corona del Mar flips the ball to second base to start a double play.
(Don Leach / Staff Photographer)
“It was kind of interesting, because it went behind the pitcher and then in front of the umpire,” DeCrona said. “I kind of lost it for a second. I just kind of guessed on where it was going to go. It worked out. I made the flip, and then Cade made a nice throw to first.”
Hohman’s hit was the only one for the locals on the South squad. The North added a solo home run in the seventh by Zechariah Samayoa of Los Alamitos.
Cole Seward of Valencia was named the game’s Outstanding Player, while Skye Selinsky of Mater Dei earned the Most Hustling Player trophy.
North All-Star Gavin Langer (15) of Marina High runs up to receive a pre-game certificate on Tuesday.
(Don Leach / Staff Photographer)
Ocean View and CdM had a total of four players in the game, deserved recognition after both programs had standout seasons. The Seahawks (22-7) won the Golden West League title and the Sea Kings (20-8) were the Wave League champions.
Both programs advanced to the second round of the CIF Southern Section Division 2 playoffs.
“It was the best year I’ve had so far,” said Butcher, who shared the Wave League MVP award with DeCrona. “It was a really good, close-knit group of guys, all buddies. It was going out there with your best friends every day and playing the game you love, which is great. We had a pretty special team.”
South All-Star Blake Butcher of Corona del Mar throws to first base during Tuesday’s Orange County All-Star Baseball Game.
(Don Leach / Staff Photographer)
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|121 ’||The match ended after a penalty shootout|
|121’||OH PROMAHNULSYA! – Jonas Wind from FC Copenhagen took a penalty, but the goalkeeper saved.|
|121 ‘||GO O O O L – Radovan Pankov converted the penalty!|
|121 ‘||GO O O O L – Sten Grutebust converted a penalty!|
|121 ‘||GO O O O L – Milan Boryan converted the penalty!|
|121 ‘||GO O O O L – Sotirios Papajannopoulos converted the penalty!|
|121 ‘||GO O O O L – Marko Gobelich converted the penalty!|
|121 ‘||GO O O O L – Victor Nelson converted the penalty!|
|121 ‘||GO O O O L – Milos Degenek converted the penalty!|
|121 ‘||HE MISSED! – Carlo Bartolec from FC Copenhagen took a penalty but went wide.|
|121 ‘||HE MISSED! – Veljko Simic from Crvena Zvezda took a penalty, but the ball went wide.|
|121 ‘||HE MISSED! – Dame N’Doye from FC Copenhagen took a penalty, but the goalkeeper saved.|
|121 ‘||HE MISSED! – Dusan Jovancic from Crvena Zvezda takes a penalty but goes wide.|
|121 ‘||GO O O O L – Zeka converted the penalty!|
|121 ‘||GO O O O L – Radovan Pankov converted the penalty!|
|121 ‘||HE MISSED! – Pierre Bengtsson from FC Copenhagen took a penalty but the goalkeeper saved.|
|121 ‘||GO O O O L – Jander converted the penalty!|
|121 ‘||GO O O O L – Pieros Sotiriou converted the penalty!|
|121 ‘||HE MISSED! – Milan Evtovic from Crvena Zvezda took a penalty, but the ball went wide.|
|121 ‘||HE MISSED! – Viktor Fischer from FC Copenhagen takes a penalty but goes wide.|
|121 ‘||GO O O O L – Mirko Ivanich converted the penalty!|
|121 ‘||GO O O O L – Jonas Wind converted the penalty!|
|121 ‘||HE HITS THE BAR! – Marko Marin from Crvena Zvezda took a penalty, but the ball hits the crossbar.|
|121 ‘||Penalty shootout begins|
|121′||We are expecting a penalty shootout|
|120 ‘+02’||Milan Evtovich clears the ball and relieves pressure on the goal|
|120 ‘+02’||Viktor Fischer from FC Copenhagen swings in the corner from the right.|
|120 ‘+01’||Sotirios Papajannopoulos struck but was blocked.|
|120 ‘+01’||The fourth referee indicates that 1 minute (s) will be added|
|120 ‘+01’||Ball control: FC Copenhagen: 71%, Crvena Zvezda: 29%.|
|120 ‘+01’||So close to the goal! Pieros Sotiriou had a great chance to score, but his header deflected [goalkeeper]!|
|120 ‘||Viktor Fischer from FC Copenhagen swings in the corner from the right.|
|120 ‘||Tactical replacement. Rasmus Falk leaves the field and is replaced by Pieros Sotiriou|
|120 ‘||Danger averted – Milos Degenek from Crvena Zvezda team entered the selection successfully|
|120′||Falk showed good skills from FC Copenhagen delivered a beautiful pass with his team-mate.|
|119 ‘||Jander clears the ball and relieves the pressure on the goal|
|119′||Viktor Fischer crosses over|
|118 ‘||Goal kick for Crven Zvezda|
|118 ‘||Zeka could not hit the target with a shot from a distance|
|116′||Goal kick will be made by Crvena Zvezda|
|116 ‘||Ball control : FC Copenhagen: 70%, Crvena Zvezda: 30%.|
|116 ‘||Copenhagen take a throw-in from the right side of the pitch in the opponent’s half of the field|
|116′||Milos Degenek clears the ball and relieves the pressure on the goal|
|116 ‘||Carlo Bartolec makes a cross.|
|116 ‘||Copenhagen is moving forward with a potentially dangerous attack.|
|114 ‘||Goal kick for Crvena Zvezda|
|114′||FC Copenhagen’s Pierre Bengtsson crosses in but the ball goes over the goal line.|
|114 ‘||Goal kick for FC Copenhagen|
|113′||Marco Marin crosses the ball into the penalty area from a free kick|
|112 ‘||DELETE! – After a tactical foul, Pep Biel gets a second yellow card|
|112 ‘||Pep Biel from FC Copenhagen goes too far, he knocks Jander.|
|112 ‘||Jonas Wind from FC Copenhagen passes the ball in the box, but it’s intercepted by an opponent player.|
|112 ‘||Milos Degenek clears the ball and relieves the pressure to the goal|
|112′||Zeka crosses over|
|112 ‘||Pep Biel strikes, but that one was blocked.|
|111 ‘||Ball control: FC Copenhagen: 70%, Crvena Zvezda: 30%.|
|111 ‘||Goal kick by Crvena Zvezda|
|111′||Chance! Jonas Wind from Copenhagen FC header but misses|
|111 ‘||Pierre Bengtsson puts in a cross|
|110′||Pep Biel from Copenhagen FC from the right corner.|
|110 ‘||Marco Marin receives a yellow card for unsportsmanlike behavior|
|110′||There should have been a goal! Jonas Wind had a great chance, but [goalkeeper] didn’t let the goal go!|
|109 ‘||FC Copenhagen is building up the pressure and looks like they can score at any moment|
|109′||Carlo Bartolec from FC Copenhagen passes the ball in the box, but it’s intercepted …|
|108 ‘||Mirko Ivanic receives a yellow card for unsportsmanlike behavior|
|108′||Veljko Simic from Crvena Zvezda pulls the opponent’s shirt.|
|107 ‘||Milos Degenek relieves the pressure with a clearance|
|107′||Pep Biel from FC Copenhagen swings in the corner from the left.|
|107 ‘||Viktor Fischer struck, but he was blocked.|
|107 ‘||Zeka of FC Copenhagen passes the ball to a team mate.|
|106′||FC Copenhagen is trying to create something.|
|106 ‘||Second half of extra time has started|
|105′ +01 ‘||The first half of extra time is over.|
|105 ‘+01’||The referee signals that Veljko Simic from the Crvena Zvezda team has tripped.Sotirios Papajannopoulos is injured|
|105 ‘||Milos Degenek clears the ball and relieves the pressure on the goal|
|105′||Pep Biel crosses|| 1056 ‘
goals: FC Copenhagen: 69%, Crvena Zvezda: 31%.
|105 ‘||FC Copenhagen throws in the ball from the left side in the opponent’s half of the field|
|105′||Danger averted – Radovan Pankov from Crvena Zvezda entered the selection successfully|
|Jonas Wind from FC Copenhagen runs with the ball forward to the ball…|
|104 ‘||Danger averted – Sotirios Papajannopoulos from FC Copenhagen entered the selection successfully|
|104′||Excellent skills are shown by Marco Marin, outflanking||rivals|
|Radovan Pankov took and took the ball out|
|104′||Carlo Bartolec makes a cross|
|104 ‘||Jander clears the ball and relieves the pressure on the goal|
|104 ‘||Pep Biel from FC Copenhagen swings in the corner from the left.|
|103 ‘||Jonas Wind made a good try. Shot on target, but the goalkeeper is on the alert|
|102 ‘||Goal kick from Crvena Zvezda|
|102′||‘||Pep Biel from FC Copenhagen takes a short corner kick from the left.|
|101′||[goalkeeper] didn’t let a goal happen! Pep Biel should have scored but [goalkeeper] made a great save.|
|101 ‘||Sotirios Papajannopoulos of FC Copenhagen passes the ball to a team mate.|
|101 ‘||Rasmus Falk from FC Copenhagen directs a ball squarely in the box, but there’s a defender getting in front of him.|
|101 ‘||Milan Evtovic relieves the pressure with a clearance|
|101′||Pep Biel from FC Copenhagen swings in the corner from the left.|
|100 ‘||Marko Gobelich prevented a dangerous moment, but cleared the ball for a corner …|
|100′||Radovan Pankov prevented a dangerous moment, but knocked the ball out for a corner…|
|100 ‘||Pierre Bengtsson makes a shed|
|100′||Control of the ball: FC København 69%, Red Star 31%.|
|100 ‘||Jander clears the ball and relieves pressure on goal|
|100′||Carlo Bartolec crosses|
|100 ‘||Viktor Fischer strikes, but that one was blocked.|
|100 ‘||Carlo Bartolec crosses|
|100′||FC Copenhagen throws in the ball from the right side in the opposite side of the field|
|99 ‘||Jan||9000 clears ball and lowers the pressure on the gate|
|99 “||Zeke does shed|
|99″||FC Copenhagen throws the ball on the left hand in his own half|
|98 ‘||Crvena Zvezda take a throw-in at the right side of the pitch in their own half of the pitch|
|98 ‘||Viktor Fischer from FC Copenhagen passes the ball in the box, but it’s intercepted by an opponent player.|
|98 ‘||He played well in defense and saved the team from a conceded goal Velko Simic from Crvena Zvezda team.|
|97 ’||Danger averted – Veljko Simic from Crvena Zvezda entered the selection successfully|
|97’||Jonas Wind from FC Copenhagen passes a pass to a partner.|
|97 ‘||FC Copenhagen is building up pressure and looks like they can score at any moment|
|95′||Milan Boryan took and took the ball out|
|95 ‘||Pep Biel makes a cross|
|95 ‘||Danger averted – Victor Nelson from FC Copenhagen entered the selection successfully|
|95′||Mirko Ivanich Star goes from Crvena with the ball forward to sharpen…|
|95 ‘||Crvena Zvezda starts a counterattack|
|95′||Zeka makes a mistake in defense.|
|94 ‘||Ball control: FC Copenhagen: 69%, Crvena Zvezda: 31%.|
|94 ‘||Goal kick for FC Copenhagen|
|94′||the ball and relieves the pressure on the goal|
|94 ‘||Carlo Bartolec makes a cross|
|93′||Velko Simic is punished for pushing Viktor Nelson|
|936||Crvena Zvezda throws in the ball from the right side in the opponent’s half of the field|
|93 ‘||Goal kick will be made by Crvena Zvezda|
|92′||Viktor Fischer failed to hit the target with a shot from afar|
|92 ‘||Radovan Pankov clears the ball and relieves the pressure on the goal|
|92′||Carlo Bartolec crosses|
|91 ‘||The referee signals that Milan Evtovic from the Crvena Zvezda team has tripped.Pierre Bengtsson suffered|
|91 ‘||Tactical replacement. Alexa Vukanovic leaves the field and is replaced by Milan Evtovic|
|91 ‘||The first half of extra time has begun|
|91′||We expect extra time|
|90 ‘+ 04 ‘||Ball control: FC Copenhagen: 69%, Crvena Zvezda: 31%.|
|90 ‘+04’||Goal kick from Crvena Zvezda|
|90 ‘+04’||Chance! Rasmus Falk from FC Copenhagen heads past|
|90 ‘+04’||Carlo Bartolec crosses over|
|90 ‘+03’||Dusan Jovancic from Crvena Zvezda’s team goes too far, he knocks down Zek.|
|90 ‘+03’||The referee signals that Rasmus Falk of FC Copenhagen has tripped. Injured Dusan Jovancic|
|90 ‘+03’||Goal kick from FC Copenhagen|
|90 ‘+03’||How did he miss? Mirko Ivanic had a great chance to score, but somehow managed to shoot wide!|
|90 ‘+02’||Milos Degenek from Crvena Zvezda heads the ball to a team mate.|
|90 ‘+02’||Marco Marin crosses the ball into the penalty area from a free kick|
|90 ‘+02’||Sotirios Papajannopoulos punished for pushing Alex Vukanovic|
|90 ‘+01’||Goal kick for Crvena Zvezda|
|90 ‘+01’||Pierre Bengtsson from FC Copenhagen crosses the line gate.|
|90 ‘+01’||The fourth referee indicates that 4 minutes will be added|
|90 ‘+01’||Match resumed|
|90 ‘||Play is stopped because one of the players is lying on the field.|
|90 ‘||Velko Simic from Crvena Zvezda is offside|
|90′||Sten Grütebust took and took the ball at the exit|
|89 ‘||Sotirios Papajannopoulos clears the ball and relieves the pressure on goal|
|89′||Milos Degenek crosses the ball into the box from a free kick|
|Pep Biel gets a yellow card|
|89′||Pep Biel from FC Copenhagen goes too far, he knocks down Jander.|
|88 ‘||Crvena Zvezda takes a throw-in from the right side in their own half of the pitch|
|88′||Rasmus Falk from FC Copenhagen made a great pass into the box, but his teammates failed|
|88 ‘||Copenhagen take a throw-in from the left side of the pitch in their own half of the field|
|88′||Pierre Bengtsson from FC Copenhagen passes the ball in the box but the ball is intercepted.|
|87 ‘||Ball control: FC Copenhagen: 70%, Crvena Zvezda: 30%.|
|87 ‘||Sten Grutebust relieves the pressure with a clearance|
|87′||Dusan Jovancic from Crvena Zvezda made a cutting pass and created a good moment …|
|86 ‘||Crvena Zvezda throws in the ball from the right side in their own half of the field|
|86′||Goal kick from Crvena Zvezda|
|86 ‘||Pep Biel not managed to hit the target from a distance|
|84 ‘||Dame N’Doye from FC Copenhagen is ruled offside|
|84′||Pep Biel from FC Copenhagen swings in the corner from the left.|
|84 ‘||Today’s attendance is 29872|
|84′||Viktor Fischer the ball bounced off the goal|
|84 ‘||makes Copenage||pass to partner.|
|83 ‘||Crvena Zvezda throws in the ball from the left side in the opponent’s half of the field|
|83′||Milos Degenek clears the ball and relieves the pressure on the goal|
|83 ‘||Pep Biel crosses over|
|82 ‘||Ball control: FC Copenhagen: 69%, Crvena Zvezda: 31%.|
|82 ‘||Copenhagen is in control of the ball.|
|81 ‘||Tactical replacement. Guillermo Varela is leaving the field to be replaced by Carlo Bartolec|
|81 ‘||Tactical substitution. Richmond Boakje is leaving the field to be replaced by Velko Simic|
|80 ‘||Sotirios Papacannopoulos is penalized for pushing Milos Degenek|
|80′||Viktor Fischer crosses the ball into the free kick|
|80 ‘||Jander punished for pushing Rasmus Falk|
|80′||The home team is now really starting to put pressure on the opponent|
|79 ‘||Aleksa Vukanovic takes out the ball|
|79 ‘||Pep Biel from FC Copenhagen swings in the corner from the left.|
|79 ‘||The match is restarted|
|78′||The game was stopped while the referee was talking to the players.|
|78 ‘||Pierre Bengtsson from FC Copenhagen crosses but the ball is blocked by an opponent.|
|77 ‘||Milan Boryan took and took the ball out|
|77′||Guillermo Varela makes a cross|
|76 ‘||Crvena Star throws in left side in his own half of the field|
|76 ‘||Victor Fischer crosses from a left corner, but unsuccessfully – the ball goes out of bounds of the field.|
|76 ‘||Pierre Bengtsson from FC Copenhagen crosses but the ball is blocked by an opponent.|
|75 ‘||Ball control: FC Copenhagen: 68%, Crvena Zvezda: 32%.|
|75 ‘||Aleksa Vukanovic from Crvena Zvezda passes the ball in the box, but it’s intercepted by an opponent player.|
|75 ‘||Goal kick will be made by Crvena Zvezda|
|74′||Tactical substitution.Carlo Holse leaves the field and is replaced by Pep Biel|
|74 ‘||How did he miss? Viktor Fischer had a great chance to score, but somehow managed to get past!|
|74 ‘||Jonas Wind of FC Copenhagen passes the ball to a team mate.|
|74 ‘||Rasmus Falk of FC Copenhagen passes the ball to a team mate.|
|73 ‘||Marko Gobelich relieves the pressure with a clearance|
|73′||Copenhagen FC’s Viktor Fischer missed the ball and didn’t take advantage of the opportunity.|
|73 ‘||Pierre Bengtsson of FC Copenhagen passes the ball to a team mate.|
|73 ‘||Goal kick for FC Copenhagen her|
|73 ‘||Ball control: FC Copenhagen: 68%, Crvena Zvezda: 32%.|
|71 ‘||Guillermo Varela of FC Copenhagen gets a yellow card for wasting time|
|71′||The referee signals that Zeka from FC Copenhagen has kicked. Injured Jander|
|71 ‘||Viktor Fischer from FC Copenhagen passes the ball in the box, but it’s intercepted by an opponent player.|
|71 ‘||Rasmus Falk of FC Copenhagen passes the ball to a team mate.|
|71 ‘||Richmond Boakye returns to the field.|
|71 ‘||The match will resume with a dropped ball|
|70 ‘||Oh, this looks bad. Richmond Boakier is injured and is being picked up by the medical team.|
|69 ‘||Richmond Boakier on the lawn. He is injured and receives medical attention on the field.|
|69 ‘||The game is stopped because one of the players is lying on the field.|
|69 ‘||Danger averted – Radovan Pankov from Crvena Zvezda entered the selection successfully|
|69′||Zeka from FC Copenhagen made a cutting pass and created a good moment …|
|68 ‘||Rasmus Falk relieves the pressure with a clearance|
|68′||A shot by Marco Marin is blocked.|
|68 ‘||Milos Degenek clears the ball and relieves the pressure on the goal|
|68′||Oh no. FC Copenhagen’s Guillermo Varela gets in a shot, but misses the target. A missed chance.|
|68 ‘||Excellent skills are shown by Guillermo Varela, outflanking his rivals|
|68′||Rasmus Falk makes a canopy|
|67 ‘||Zvezda||on the left side in the opponent’s half of the field|
|67 ‘||Sotirios Papajannopoulos clears the ball and relieves the pressure on the goal|
|67′||Danger averted – Zeka from FC Copenhagen entered the selection successfully|
|66 ‘||Marco Marin from Crvena Zvezda runs with the ball forward into a firing squad…|
|66 ‘||Crvena Zvezda starts a counterattack|
|66′||Jonas Wind struck, but it was blocked.|
|66′||Pierre Bengtsson crosses|
|66′||Ball control: FC Copenhagen: 69%, Crvena Zvezda: 31%.|
|65 ‘||Sten Grutebust took and took the ball at the exit|
|65′||Marco Marin crosses the ball into the penalty area from a free kick|
|65 ‘||The referee signals that Rasmus Falk from FC Copenhagen has tripped.Marko Marin is injured|
|64 ‘||Copenhagen take a throw-in from the left side in their own half of the field|
|64′||Jander from Crvena Zvezda crosses in but the ball goes over the touchline.|
|64 ‘||Danger prevented – Zeka from FC Copenhagen entered the selection successfully|
|64′||Jander makes a cross|
|63 ‘||Shot from goal by Crvena Zvezda|
|63 ‘||Carlo Holse failed to hit the target with a shot from a distance|
|63′||Danger averted – Victor Nelson from FC Copenhagen entered the selection successfully|
|63 ‘||Radovan Pankov crosses the ball into the penalty area from a free kick|
|63′||The referee signals that Zeka from FC Copenhagen has tripped.Marco Marin is injured|
|62 ‘||Dame N’Doye from FC Copenhagen crosses but the ball is blocked by an opponent.|
|62 ‘||Rasmus Falk from FC Copenhagen played a 1-2 with a 1-2 ball, but the ball is intercepted. Carlo Holse never got the ball|
|62 ‘||Marko Marin from Crvena Zvezda’s team goes too far, he knocks Zek.|
|61 ‘||Dame N’Doye from FC Copenhagen is offside|
|61′||Ball control: FC Copenhagen: 71%, Crvena Zvezda: 29%.|
|61 ‘||Victor Nelson clears the ball and relieves the pressure on the goal|
|61′||Radovan Pankov makes a cross|
|60 ‘||Tactical replacement Jens Stage is leaving the field to be replaced by Rasmus Falk|
|60 ’||Carlo Holse from FC Copenhagen crosses in but his teammate was late to the ball and nothing dangerous happened.|
|60 ‘||Dame N’Doye from FC Copenhagen passes the ball in the box, but it’s intercepted by an opponent player.|
|59 ‘||Copenhagen take a throw-in at the right side of the pitch|
|59′||Dusan Jovancic clears the ball and relieves the pressure on the goal|
|59||Guillermo Varela crosses over|
|58 ‘||Jander from Crvena Zvezda played a dangerous and rough play. Carlo Holse was hurt.|
|58 ‘||Crvena Zvezda throws in the ball from the left side on the other side of the field|
|58′||Tactical substitution.Jose Cañas is leaving the field to be replaced by Radovan Pankov|
|57 ‘||Dame N’Doye returns to the field.|
|57 ‘||Goal kick will be made by Crvena Zvezda|
|57′||Viktor Fischer decided to shoot from a free kick, but did it unsuccessfully|
|56 ‘||Oh, it doesn’t look good. Dame N’Doye is injured and the medical team picks him up from the field.|
|55 ‘||Ball control: FC Copenhagen: 71%, Crvena Zvezda: 29%.|
|55 ‘||Dame N’Doye on the lawn. He is injured and receives medical attention on the field.|
|55 ‘||The game is stopped because one of the players is lying on the field.|
|54 ‘||RED! – Nemanja Milunovic got his second yellow and was sent off!|
|54 ‘||Insane foul. Nemanja Milunovic plays rough against the opponent.Damage to Dame N’Doye|
|54 ‘||Aleksa Vukanovic from Crvena Zvezda is ruled offside|
|54′||Marco Marin crosses the ball into the box from a free kick||‘||The judge whistles. Victor Nelson attacked from behind the opponent. It was Alexa Vukanovic who earned a penalty kick for his team|
|53 ‘||The match was resumed|
|53′||Marko Gobelich on the lawn.He is injured and receives medical attention on the field.|
|52 ‘||The game is stopped because one of the players is lying on the field.|
|52 ‘||What a mistake! Dame N’Doye had a great opportunity to score, but his head went wide!|
|52 ‘||Guillermo Varela makes a cross|
|52′||Sten Grutebust took and took the ball out|
|52 ‘||Jens Stage clears the ball relieves the pressure on the goal|
|52 ‘||Marko Gobelich of Crvena Zvezda passes the ball to a team mate.|
|51 ‘||Dame N’Doye handles|
|51′||Goal kick from FC Copenhagen|
|50 ‘||Ball control: FK : 72%, Red Star: 28%.|
|50 ‘||FC Copenhagen throws in the ball from the right side in their own half of the field|
|50′||The referee does not like controversy – this is why Richmond Boakje now received a yellow||49 ‘||Crvena Zvezda throws in the ball from the left side in the opponent’s half of the field|
|49′||Jonas Wind returns to the field.|
|48 ‘||Crvena Zvezda throws in the ball from the right side of the side of the field|
|48′||The match is resumed|
|48 ‘||Oh, this is not good looks like. Jonas Wind is injured and the medical team picks him up from the field.|
|47 ‘||Jonas Wind on the lawn. He is injured and receives medical attention on the field.|
|47 ‘||The game is stopped because one of the players is lying on the field.|
|47 ‘||Dusan Jovancic from Crvena Zvezda passes the ball in the box, but it’s intercepted by an opponent player.|
|47 ‘||Copenhagen take a throw-in from the left side in their own half of the field|
|46′||The referee signals that Carlo Holse of FC Copenhagen has tripped. Injured Jander|
|46 ‘||Jonas Wind from FC Copenhagen heads the ball to a team mate, but it’s intercepted by an opponent player.|
|46 ‘||Milan Rodic was injured and replaced. Jander comes onto the pitch.|
|46 ‘||Second half has begun|
|45′ +02 ‘||FC Copenhagen have played better this half.|
|45 ‘+02’||End. The referee whistles three times, indicating that the match is over|
|45 ‘+02’||Ball control: FC Copenhagen: 73%, Crvena Zvezda: 27%.|
|45 ‘+02’||Nemanja Milunovic clears the ball and relieves the pressure on the goal|
|45 ‘+01’||Viktor Fischer crosses over|
|45 ‘+01’||Guillermo Varela crosses|
|45 ‘+01’||The fourth referee indicates that 1 minute (s) will be added|
|45 ‘||Pierre Bengtsson provided the assist for the goal.|
|45 ‘||GOOAAAL – Dame N’Doye FC Copenhagen heads up|
|45′||Pierre Bengtsson from FC Copenhagen5 makes an excellent||45 …|
|Guillermo Varela of FC Copenhagen passes the ball to a team mate.|
|45 ‘||Carlo Holse of FC Copenhagen sent a pass that was blocked.|
|45 ‘||Viktor Fischer of FC Copenhagen passes the ball to a team mate.|
|44 ‘||Copenhagen starts a counterattack|
|44′||Victor Nelson punished for pushing Marco Gobelich|
|44 ‘||Viktor Fischeng filed a corner from the left.|
|43 ‘||Marko Gobelich avoids the dangerous moment, but clears the ball for a corner …|
|43′||Jonas Wind from FC Copenhagen directs a ball squarely into the box.|
|43 ‘||Viktor Fischer of FC Copenhagen passes the ball to a team mate.|
|42 ‘||The referee signals that Aleksa Vukanovic from the Crvena Zvezda team has tripped. Carlo Holse is injured|
|42 ’||Goal kick for FC Copenhagen|
|42’||Mirko Ivanic from Crvena Zvezda crosses the ball but goes beyond the goal line.|
|42 ‘||Marco Marin makes a cross|
|41′||Goal kick will be made by FC Copenhagen|
|41 ‘||Excellent skills show Aleksa their opponents|
|41 ‘||Crvena Zvezda starts a counterattack|
|41′||Milan Rodich clears the ball and relieves the pressure on the goal|
|41 ‘||9000 makes a cross|
|41 ‘||Ball control: FC Copenhagen: 73%, Crvena Zvezda: 27%.|
|40 ‘||Goal kick for FC Copenhagen|
|40′||Mirko Ivanic from Crvena Zvezda shoots off target|
|40 ‘||Marko Marin from Crvena Zvezda swings in the corner from the right.|
|40 ‘||Mirko Ivanic from Crvena Zvezda’s team made a pass that was blocked.|
|40 ‘||Mirko Ivanich from the team of Crvena Zvezda goes forward with the ball to the aggravation …|
|39 ‘||Jens Stage is penalized for pushing Jose Cañas|
|38′||Yellow card for Dusan Jovancic|
|37 ‘||Dus played dangerously and roughly.Victor Fischer was hurt.|
|37′||Crvena Zvezda throws in the ball from the left side in the opponent’s half of the field|
|37′||Ball control: FC Copenhagen: 75%, Crvena Zvezda: 25%.|
|36 ’||Richmond Boakier relieves the pressure with a clearance|
|36’||Copenhagen FC’s Viktor Fischer took the ball badly and failed to take advantage of the opportunity.|
|36 ‘||Dame N’Doye from FC Copenhagen heads the ball to a team mate.|
|36 ‘||Pierre Bengtsson crosses over|
|36′||Jens Stage of FC Copenhagen passes the ball to a team mate.|
|36 ‘||Dusan Jovancic clears the ball and relieves the pressure into the goal|
|36′||Viktor Fischer crosses the ball into the box from a free kick|
|35 ‘||Milan Rodic punished for pushing Carlo Holse|
|35 ‘||Copenhagen is trying to create something.|
|34 ‘||Copenhagen take a throw-in on the left side in their own half of the field|
|34′||Copenhagen take a throw-in from the left side in their own half|
|34 ‘||Dame N’Doye of FC Copenhagen is ruled offside|
|33′||Copenhagen is in control of the ball.|
|33′||Milos Degenek clears the ball and relieves the pressure on the goal|
|32′||Ball control: FC Copenhagen: 73%, Crvena Zvezda: 27%.|
|32 ‘||Milan Boryan took and collected the ball at the exit|
|32′||Dusan Jovancic clears the ball and relieves the pressure on the goal|
|32 ‘||Pierre Bengtsson from FC Copenhagen bounces back into the box.|
|30 ‘||Milan Boryan took and took the ball at the exit|
|30′||Jens Stage makes a cross|
|30 ‘||FC Copenhagen is trying what- then create.|
|29 ‘||Jens Stage relieves the pressure with a clearance|
|29′||Marko Marin of Crvena Zvezda passes the ball to a team mate.|
|29 ‘||The match was resumed|
|27′||The referee does not like disputes – this is why Milan Boryan has now received a yellow card|
|27 ‘||Degenek on the lawn. He is injured and receives medical attention on the field.|
|27 ‘||The game is stopped because one of the players is lying on the field.|
|27′||Yellow card for Dame N’Doye|
|27′||Dame N’Doye from FC Copenhagen nudged his opponent. It was Milos Degenek who earned a foul|
|27 ‘||Goal kick from Crvena Zvezda|
|27′||Viktor Fischer from FC Copenhagen was unable to hit the ball properly –|
|27 ‘||Sten Grutebust takes a long forward pass|
|26′||Richmond Boakye relieves the pressure with a clearance|
|26 ‘||from Victor Fischer FC Copenhagen swings in the corner from the left.|
|25 ‘||Pierre Bengtsson from FC Copenhagen crosses but the ball is blocked by an opponent.|
|25 ‘||Ball control: FC Copenhagen: 76%, Crvena Zvezda: 24%.|
|25 ‘||The referee signals that Jonas Wind of FC Copenhagen has tripped. Nemanja Milunovic suffered|
|24 ’||Jens Stage from FC Copenhagen made a cutting pass and created a good chance…|
|24 ’||Mirko Ivanic from Crvena Zvezda directs a ball squarely in the box, but the defender gets ahead of it.|
|24 ‘||Marko Marin of Crvena Zvezda passes the ball to a team mate.|
|23 ‘||FC Copenhagen is trying to create something.|
|22 ‘||FC Copenhagen take a throw-in from the right side in the opponent’s half of the field|
|22′||Danger averted – Nemanja Milunovic from Crvena Zvezda entered the selection successfully|
|successfully 22 ‘||Dame N’Doye shows excellent skills, beating her rivals|
|22′||FC Copenhagen is in control of the ball.|
|20′||Crvena Zvezda throws in the ball from the left side in their own half of the field|
|20′||Ball control: FC Copenhagen: 73%, Crvena Zvezda: 27%.|
|20 ’||Aleksa Vukanovic from Crvena Zvezda’s team played dangerous and rough. Guillermo Varela was hurt.|
|20 ‘||The referee signals that Milan Rodic from the Crvena Zvezda team has tripped.Carlo Holse is injured|
|19 ‘||Copenhagen take a throw-in from the left side of the field|
|19′||Milos Degenek clears the ball and relieves the pressure on the goal||19000 ‘||Carlo Holse from FC Copenhagen passes the ball in the box, but it’s intercepted by an opponent player.|
|17 ‘||Marco Marin provided the assist for the goal.|
|17 ‘||GO O O O L – Richmond Boakje from Crvena Zvezda team scored a goal! It’s easy for a player like Richmond Boakye|
|17 ‘||Marco Marin from Crvena Zvezda makes a great cross…|
|17 ‘||Goal kick for FC Copenhagen|
|17′||Aleksa Vukanovic was unable to hit the target from a distance|
|17 ‘||Milan Rodic of Crvena Zvezda passes the ball to a team mate.|
|16 ‘||Goal kick will be made by Crvena Zvezda|
|16′||Zeka struck, but missed very badly.|
|16 ‘||Nemanja Milunovic relieves the pressure with a clearance|
|16′||Guillermo Varela crosses over|
|16 ‘||from team||Fischer FC Copenhagen goes forward with the ball to sharpen …|
|15 ‘||Ball control: FC Copenhagen: 72%, Crvena Zvezda: 28%.|
|15 ‘||Goal kick from Crvena Zvezda|
|15′||Dame N’Doye was unable to hit the target from a distance|
|14 ‘||Copenhagen take a throw-in from the right side of the pitch in the opponent’s half of the field|
|14′||Nemanja Milunovic clears the ball and relieves the pressure on the goal|
|14 ‘||Copenhagen is in control of the ball.|
|13 ‘||Aleksa Vukanovic from Crvena Zvezda passes the ball in the box, but it’s intercepted by an opponent player.|
|12 ‘||Milos Degenek clears the ball and relieves the pressure on the goal|
|12′||Viktor Fischer throws a cross|
|12 ‘||Dame N’De from FC Copenhagen passes the ball in the box, but it’s intercepted by an opponent player.|
|12 ‘||Milan Rodic from Crvena Zvezda sent the ball behind the defenders, but the goalkeeper read everything and was the first on the ball|
|11′||Aleksa Vukanovic was punished for pushing Guillermo|
|11 ‘||Ball control: FC Copenhagen: 65%, Crvena Zvezda: 35%.|
|11 ‘||He played well in defense and saved the team from a conceded goal Sotirios Papajannopoulos from FC Copenhagen.|
|10 ‘||Dusan Jovancic has a great chance to score but is blocked.|
|10 ‘||Richmond Boakje of Crvena Zvezda passes the ball to a team mate.|
|10 ‘||Crvena Zvezda throws in the ball from the left side in their own half of the field|
|09′||The referee signals that Aleksa Vukanovic from the Crvena Zvezda team has tripped. Sotirios Papadzhannopoulos suffered|
|09 ‘||Crvena Zvezda is trying to create something.|
|08 ‘||FC Copenhagen take a throw-in from the left side in their own half of the field|
|08′||Marko Gobelich clears the ball and relieves the pressure on the goal|
|08 ‘||Pierre Bengtsson takes a long ball forward|
|07 ‘||Nemanja Milunovic relieves the pressure with a clearance|
|07′||Victor Nelson crosses the ball into the box|
|06 ‘||Yellow card for Nemanja Milunovic|
|06′||Nemanja Milunovic from Crvena Zvezda team nudged his opponent.It was Dame N’Doye who got a foul.|
|06 ‘||Jens Stage relieves the pressure with a clearance|
|06′||Mirko Ivanic from Crvena Zvezda crosses, but the ball is open blocked by an opponent.|
|05 ‘||Richmond Boakje from Crvena Zvezda is ruled offside|
|05′||Pierre Bengtsson clears the ball and relieves the pressure on goal||Milos Degenek takes a long forward pass|
|05 ‘||Crvena Zvezda throws in from the left side in their own half of the pitch|
|05′||Ball control: FC Copenhagen: 72%, Crvena Zvezda : 28%.|
|05 ‘||Jens Stage from FC Copenhagen passes the ball in the box, but it’s intercepted by an opponent player.|
|04 ‘||The referee signals that Nemanja Milunovic from the Crvena Zvezda team has tripped. Damaged Dame N’Doye|
|04 ‘||Copenhagen take a throw-in from the right side of the field|
|03′||Viktor Fischer from FC Copenhagen crosses blocked by an opponent.|
|03 ‘||FC Copenhagen take a throw-in from the right side of the field|
|03′||Milos Degenek clears the ball and relieves the pressure on the goal|
|03 ‘||Guillermo Varela shoots a long ball forward.|
|03 ‘||Copenhagen is in control of the ball.|
|02 ‘||Nemanja Milunovic clears the ball and relieves the pressure on the goal|
|02′||Jonas Wind shot but missed very badly.|
|02 ‘||Carlo Holse makes a cross|
|02′||Nemanja Milunovic clears the ball and relieves the pressure on the goal|
|02 ‘||Pierre makes a cross|
|01 ‘||Richmond Boakje from Crvena Zvezda directs a ball squarely in the box, but the defender is ahead of the game.|
|01 ‘||Viktor Nelson clears the ball and relieves the pressure on the goal|
|01′||Crvena Zvezda throws in from the left side in their own half of the field|
|01 ‘||The pitch is in excellent condition today and is ready for technical play.|
|01 ‘||The clouds are now gathering over the stadium.|
|01 ‘||Crvena Zvezda starts from the center of the field|
|00′||The referee starts the match|
|00 ‘||Welcome to Telia Parken. The match will start in about 5 minutes.|
“Summer with a soccer ball”: off-line
“Who hits the ball first?” With this question, the meeting of the organizing committee of the party project “Summer with a soccer ball” began, its coordinator – Alexander Fetisov.
Traditionally, members of the organizing committee have given the right of the first strike to the permanent chairman. For 12 years now, this project has been implemented on the territory of the Samara region, and during this time it has earned the love and trust of residents of all municipal districts and urban districts of the Samara region.
The regional football tournament “Summer with a soccer ball” in 2020 started later due to the pandemic, but it is already gaining momentum on social networks and on interactive platforms.
The project “Summer with a soccer ball” has long become a hallmark of the Samara region.The number of participants annually exceeds 35 thousand people. In just 11 years of the project’s implementation, more than 380,000 boys and girls took an active part in the tournament, and their teachers, parents, coaches in special events of the project.
Coordinator of the “Summer with a soccer ball” project, Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Samara Region Alexander Fetisov recalled that the first competitions within the framework of the project among courtyard teams were held in 2008 in the Zheleznodorozhny District of Samara.Now other regions of Russia have started to implement this project.
Since 2011, the tournament has become regional and now every year all urban districts and municipal districts of the Samara region take part in the tournament. Boys and girls aged 9 to 14 take part in the competition. In 2019, the competitions were held in 37 municipal districts and urban districts of the province. This year, the scope of the traditional holiday of courtyard football has become wider – both in formats and age categories.
Deputy Minister of Sports of the Samara Region Lidiya Rogozhinskaya noted that taking into account the epidemiological situation, it was decided to change the format of the competition and go online. This is how the idea was born to host the First Regional Online Interactive Football Tournament according to FIFA-2020.
The tournament will be held in three stages from June 21 to August 21, on three gaming platforms: personal computers, Xbox game consoles, PlayStation.Boys and girls aged 10 to 18 can take part in the tournament. Stage I of the competition will take place in urban districts and municipal districts of the Samara region. The second stage will include group and zonal competitions. Then we will have a large-scale final of regional competitions at the Samara Arena stadium, noted representatives of the regional public organization “Federation of Computer Sports of the Samara Region”.
This year’s innovation was the holding of various competitions: from photos of fans on social networks to intellectual quizzes on knowledge of the history of football, your favorite Wings of the Soviets and the history of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
Master classes from famous football players and coaches, demonstration performances of sports and creative teams, friendly matches and football fights with honored guests of the tournament will remain traditional, said Inna Zhichkina, Deputy Head of the Regional Executive Committee of the Samara Regional Branch of the UNITED RUSSIA Party. Negotiations are already underway with famous athletes, fans, coaches.
A unique innovation this year will be the participation of preschool children in creative contests and mini-tournaments on the territory of kindergartens in Samara and the province.
The final of the tournament is scheduled for the last decade of August. Traditionally, the football festival will be held on the territory of the Samara Arena stadium, where a special area for interactive football competitions with game consoles will be created, an intellectual quiz will be organized, demonstration performances of the winners of the football freestyle competition will be held, and most importantly, all the winners of the Summer with a soccer ball -2020 “.
“Samara still lives on football! Online or live – we will play football.It is important that our children play football and love Krylia Sovetov! And we are not afraid of any pandemics! “- convinced Alexander Fetisov, regional coordinator of the party project” UNITED RUSSIA “.
All Stars MLS 1: 1 Juventus – 2 August 2018
GO-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-OL! DE SCHILLIOT! 3: 5! Everything! “Juventus” wins this penalty shootout from the stars of MLS!
NO GOAL! Phillips takes a medium run, then hits his left corner, and misses the target.There was also a touch of the barbell, and Perin was dragging if something happened!
GO-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-OL! FERNANDEZ! 3: 4! The ball hit the frame of the goal, but still slipped into the net at the last moment.
GO-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-OL! 3: 3! VALERY! Valerie’s strike on the left “nine” is ideal in terms of strength, accuracy and execution.
GO-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-OL! 2: 3! CASTANOS! Cool blow. The sphere fits the target exactly according to the results of the episode.
GO-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-OL! YOTUN! 2: 2! A confident kick and the ball is on target.
GO-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-OL! BELTRAM! 1: 2! Turintsy are again taking the lead. Steffen guessed the direction of the ball, but did not save.
GO-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-OL! ZUSI! 1: 1! Outwitted Zusi Perin, sent the ball straight down the center.
GO-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-OL! FADJOLI! 0: 1! Juve player played his penalty very coolly and rolled the ball to his right corner. The sphere flew from the bar to the target.
The referee’s whistle blows! A series of penalty kicks awaits you and me!
Above! Flies higher after hitting Zaibo ball.Juve’s goalkeeper watches the ball. 72,317 spectators are present at this meeting. Incredible attendance!
The main referee adds three minutes to the main time of the second half.
Corner was not played in the best way by the players of the MLS stars team, then Leandro Fernandez fouled against Quintero.This is a warning.
Quintero hits Juventus’ goal. The defender managed to block the shot of the MLS Stars players. The ball from the defencist’s leg went to the corner.
The directors of the broadcast give us a close-up of the stadium, where you really can’t find a single free spot.
Yes, we are slowly and surely dealing with a penalty shootout. Although players periodically try to score a goal and avoid the football lottery.
UH! Quintero almost threw a shell by the collar of the goalkeeper, but he managed to take a couple of steps back and fixed the sphere in his gloves.Bravo!
Beruatto instead of Pereira appeared on the field for Juventus now.
DANGER! HIT! Cool player “Juventus” struck on goal Steffen, but the ball almost hit the target! It seems that it was De Schiglio, and he was somewhere near the goal.Just no luck.
Of course, Allegri already has in his head the game against Real Madrid, which will take place on 4 August. I think it will be very interesting.
One more “out of the game”, but already with Darwin in the MLS.
Just entering the field, Di Pardo is adjudged to be in an offside position. The sideline judge this time works very coherently and correctly evaluates the episode.
I don’t know about you, friends, but I would have looked at the penalty shootout.Perhaps, at least there we were pleased with the teams scored balls.
Di Pardo, meanwhile, changes the position of Cancela.
Valerie executed a kick from 30 meters, but even then the player was in for a failure.On all fronts, the attack of both teams failed in the second half.
Zakhibo scored a long-range shot, but the projectile got off the foot of the footballer and flew much higher than the crossbar. An unsuccessful attempt, which, however, falls into the pencil of the head coach.
Yes, friends, everything really goes to the fact that the teams will find out and determine the strongest in the penalty shootout. The opponents play very weakly in attack after the break.
Jotun instead of Davis came on the field.Parkhurst replaced Long.
Nope, it was not possible in the end to break through on goal to any of the players of the MLS national team. The next substitutions in the lineups of the playing teams are being prepared.
Canselo committed a violation of the rules in front of his own penalty, playing along with his hand.The hosts have an ideal chance to hit and score.
A series of replacements continues with us. Quintero appeared on the field to the applause of the local stands, while Barco went to rest on the bench.
Zahibo instead of Dos Santos on the field also appeared in the MLS stars,
Wright-Philips appears on the field instead of Giovinco.
Canselu earns his second corner after serving the first. Immediately follows a canopy from the edge, which ends with an unsuccessful shot of the Juve footballer.
Barco, after a lumbago from De Schiglio, played ahead and managed to take the sphere out of the endline.The corner kick will now be served by the players of the Turin team.
Valerie wanted to deceive his rivals on the right flank, but the Argentinian made the unsuccessful forwarding of the ball to himself on the move, which led to another loss.
Giovinco made a wise shot on the left post of Juventus, but Davis misses the ball and allows the latter to roll out of bounds, a goal kick.
Both teams play without a spark in their eyes in the last minutes.With regard to this kind of football, we can already say that a penalty shootout awaits us.
Unsuccessful serve in the penalty area of MLS from Clemensa – there was no one from Turin to open up on the edge, as a result of which the projectile was lost.
The players of both teams seemed to take a break after a brisk start. Something tells me that this pause can be seriously prolonged.
The European championships are about to start.Ronaldo at Juventus! It will be very, very interesting, friends! Don’t miss the new season in Serie A!
Fajolli was replaced by Khedira, and Clemens was replaced by Bernardeschi. Two more replacements in the “Juventus” have taken place.
The goalkeeper was replaced by the MLS stars at half-time. Steffen appeared on the field instead of Guzan.
Juventus rolls the ball in someone else’s half of the field, but is in no hurry to go forward, as if saving energy for the remainder of the duel.
Valerie joined the hosts at half-time instead of Ring. More rotations are being prepared in the camp of both teams. A number of players continue to warm up.
Benatia also appeared in Juventus instead of Bardzaglia.De Schiglio then found himself on the lawn instead of Alex Sandro.
The corner kick was taken by the MLS stars from the right flank. In attack, Giovinco broke the rules, and the referee did not hesitate to blow the whistle.
A lot of substitutions happened during the break with Juventus.We will figure out in the course of the second half who entered the field and who went to rest. In the meantime, I see that in the frame of the Turintsy is Perin, who replaced Shchesny in position.
The second half has started in our fight.From the center of the field, the ball was played by Juventus players. Good luck to the teams, and may the strongest win in this meeting! Go!
Break whistle sounded.After the first half, the score on the scoreboard is 1: 1.
Davis is stopped by an illegal trick, and a yellow card for Alex Sandro appears in the referee’s hands, although he was catching an opponent and Pereira there.
In terms of endurance, the players of the MLS stars are ahead.Meanwhile, Almiron is offside. The replay shows that the side referee made a mistake. There was no “out of play”.
Dos Santos in the opponent’s half of the field took the ball away and gave it to Almiron.He, in turn, rolled the sphere to Giovinco, who approached the opponent’s penalty area, and then shot to the right of the target!
DANGER! Almiron made a cool pass from the right flank to the far post, from where he shot Ring very strongly on the Juventus frame, and literally at the last moment he managed to save his Shesny team.
And now Sebastian has not been able to free himself from Sami Khedira’s tutelage, who, however, managed to earn the most important out for his team.
Giovinco with the ball rushed to the other’s goal, but ran into the leg of Alex Sandro, who then carried the sphere far beyond the sideline.
Dos Santos made a transfer from the depth of field to Almiron, but Juventus defenders did not allow him to reach the ball, who played great in defense, knocking the shell away from the danger zone.
The first half of our fight is coming to an end.The passions on the field somehow subsided in these moments. Everything smoothly goes to the break.
Instead of Adams, Dos Santos appeared on the field as a member of the MLS stars. Yes, that’s it, ladies and gentlemen. Already in the first half, such interesting changes took place.
Davis instead of Piatti also appears on the field as part of the MLS stars. We also note this event in our protocol.
Giovinco enters the field instead of Martinez.Sebastian, I think, will be happy to play against his former team. What do you think?
This is how the stadium where the meeting is taking place today looks like.
Uno stadio pazzesco per una festa spettacolare.Benvenuti all ‘# MLSAllStar Game pic.twitter.com/1jcFsNeWEk
– JuventusFC (@juventusfc) August 1, 2018
UH! Carlos Vela from the right flank made a transfer to the opposite flank, where Almiron, despite all his speed qualities, did not manage to reach the projectile.
The fans who play on the pitch are just great support. Constant noise support is felt, and this cannot but please you and me.
Martinez again, on the courage, runs into the attack and from the right flank tries to shoot a shell into the penalty area, but slips on the ball and misses it behind the front.
Now that’s very interesting! No sooner had Juve really relaxed than he immediately got an own goal and now simply has no right to quit playing.
GO-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-OL! MARTINEZ! 1: 1! This is what the guests brought to themselves! After a mistake made by his team’s defenders, Schesny saved Juventus from a conceded goal.Shot point-blank reflects Shchesny. Piatti throws the ball headlong on the right post, and Martinez brought the ball into the net from 30 centimeters with his head.
It seems that the stars of MLS entered the field tired in advance.By the way, the reserve players have already gone to warm up. There will be many substitutions in this fight.
The season is in full swing at MLS. Therefore, one should not be surprised if some footballers, in order to save energy, will be missing or not working out the episodes somewhere.
Again Favilli received the ball in the opponent’s half of the field, after which he struck from the penalty line, but the player misses the target. The footballer swung at the double.
GO-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-O-OL! FAVILLI! 0: 1! Serve from the left flank to Favilli, missed by Siman, which allows the Juve player to calmly shoot Guzan’s frame.
The format of determining the winner in this meeting practically does not differ from the games of the International Champions Cup. In case of a draw in regular time, a series of penalty shootouts awaits us.
Murillo found himself on the lawn after a skirmish in the half of the ISM’s field of stars. The referee stopped the game and gave the player some time to recover.
Interestingly, music is playing somewhere outside the stadium on a parallel course.You can hear it quite well in the arena. Fans even have time to sing along.
The last minutes of the meeting pass at good speeds. The players of Juventus and the MLS national team are constantly in attacks. We can say that the game has acquired the status of mutually acute.
DANGER! Was great! The sphere came from the right flank into the penalty area of the Americans. Favilli made a shot into the far corner with his head from 10 meters, and only a miracle did not allow a goal to take place in the frame of the MLS national team.
DANGER! Feed from the standard, already from the opposite edge. Piatti heads a shot in the left “nine”, and hits directly into the “cross”. The nominal guests are incredibly lucky here!
The first corner kick is earned by the MLS All-Star team.From the left flank, a lumbago went to Ring, who tried to aggravate the situation at the far post, but the sphere fell from his leg, but again hit the defender and flew over the front post. Second corner.
DANGER! An excellent shot from Bernardeschi, who found the strength to wind up two opponents, then move strongly towards the goal and strike directly at Guzan’s position.
Now Vela also met with a game shell on the outskirts of someone else’s penalty area. Carlos shot in the touch on someone else’s range, but hit right in the knee of Sandro.
The ring from the right flank shot the ball to the far area of the other’s goalkeeper, where Almiron shot on goal, but hit the defenders Juve.
10 minutes of the match is over. So far, we do not have a single dangerous moment in the game. The rivals continue to look closely at each other. Not without it.
At the edge of the field, both mentors took their places at once, who are directing the actions of their team, helping everyone to understand that this fight is also fundamentally important for them.
Pjanic shot at Khedira from the left flank, but he was not allowed to hit the frame. The sphere was knocked out onto the line of the penalty area, from where Kanselu hit the heavens …
Both teams have an unlimited number of substitutions today.It seems to me that this will only benefit the mentors of both teams, who, thus, can test as many players as possible in this incredible exhibition fight.
The home team is good at rolling the ball.“Juventus” has taken a wait and see attitude so far. It seems that the Turin team is waiting for something.
Martinez, after serving from the left flank, managed to play with his head in someone else’s penalty area, however, it was not possible to direct the shell to the intended goal.The sphere did not lay on its head the way the Venezuelan wanted.
Guzan had to go too far out of the box in order to move the sphere away from the danger zone. Vela grabbed the sphere on the left flank, but alone in the attack could not come up with anything.
The local stadium is full today. It is worth noting that Atlanta’s home arena accommodated all the fans who just wanted to come to this game, and even more.
From the first minutes of the match, Juventus players took their place in the center of the field.They roll the sphere from flank to flank and are in no hurry to disturb the opponent in the attack.
So, friends, the meeting started with us in the meantime. From the center of the field, the ball was played by the players of the MLS stars. We wish good luck to the teams, and may the strongest win in this meeting! Go!
Match FC Rostov – FC Zenit August 1: online broadcast of the 2nd round of the RPL
The meeting will take place at 20.00 at the Rostov Arena. Photo: FC Rostov.
The match between FC Rostov and FC Zenit will take place on August 1 at the Rostov Arena stadium. The game of the 2nd round of the Russian Premier League will be held without spectators and will begin at 20.00. We tell you what is known before the meeting, and follow the progress of the game.
Final Whistle! Rostov is inferior with a score of 2: 4!
21.52 And again a goal from Zenit! Erokhin makes a double – 2: 4
Kravtsov shoots on goal, but Baburin beats it off. But the ball is at Sutormin, who sends it to the penalty line.From there, Erokhin kicks the ball and hits exactly the goal!
21.50 Dziuba passes the ball to Kruglovy. He shoots from an acute angle, but Baburin beats off
21.45 Rostov does not give up! Osipenko scores the second goal of Zenit – 2: 3!
Volmer knocks out a free kick, and Osipenko hits on the line of the free kick. He sends the ball exactly into the goal
21.40 Mostovoy hits the goalkeeper’s left edge, but Baburin hits him
21.37 And again a goal from Zenit! 1: 3! The gate is broken by Wendel
Erokhin transfers to Wendel.He hits the crossbar from the penalty line. Baburin fails to save the gate
21.36 Substitution at Zenit. Chistyakov instead of Rakitsky.
21.34 Bayramyan reports to Mamaev. He hits the far corner of the goalkeeper. The ball is too high for Almqvist to score.
21.30 Rostovites have their first replacement. Terentyev came out instead of Volmer.
21.29. Dzyuba passes on to Kuzyaev. Daler shoots from 10 meters, but hits the defender’s leg. Ricochet!
21.27 Kalinin misses the ball, but he collides with Kuzyaev.Rostov is yellow again
21.24 Kalinin goes to serve from the left to the far post, but there is no dangerous moment
21.23 Bayramyan earns a corner on the right flank
21.18 This time Terentyev has yellow card. He hit the ball and kicked Wendel in the legs.
21.12 Yellow card for Osipenko. He tried to get into the penalty area, but in the end he allegedly collided with Erokhin and fell. But the replay showed a simulation
21.10 We start the match with pressure. Kerzhakov passes on to Rakitsky, he knocks out from an uncomfortable right.Out at Rostov. Kalinin throws far from the out. Hadzhikadunich throws his head on Komlichenko. The same one beats weakly
21.05. The second half has begun!
20.50. The teams go on hiatus.
20.48 Komlichenko sends the ball right into the goal! The score is 1: 2!
20.45 The replay shows how Lovren stepped on Komlichenko’s foot. The referee assigns a penalty
20.40 Kalinin makes his way down the left wing and sends the ball to the center of the penalty area. Accepts Komlichenko. The footballer falls screaming.
20.35 And now, a few minutes later, Azmun scored a goal – 0: 2.
Serdar struck exactly to the right of the center.
20.30 First goal! Erokhin still scores!
Daler sends the ball to the center of the penalty area. The ball is received by Erokhin, who hits his head under the right post.
20:28 Kuzyaev sends the ball to Karavaev. He hits the center of the penalty area. Erokhin takes the ball, hits, but misses the target.
20.25 Rostovites earn a strikeout.Terentyev throws at Erokhin. He drops the sphere back. Pontus tries to hit, but the ball goes wide.
20.20 Azmun throws on Dziuba. He hits the target.
20.16 Almqvist has the ball. He shoots with the left from the penalty line, but wide.
20.14. Rakikiy violates, knocking down Komlichenko in the center of the field.
20.10. Rostov shoots from the left flank into the penalty area of “Zenith”. However, the ball gets to Kerzhakov.
20.05 Zenit attacking the yellow-blue goal. First the ball was delivered by Hadzhikadunich.The second time Rakitskiy tried to score a goal, but the ball ended up in Baburin’s hands.
20.02 In the first seconds the Rostovites tried to score against the anti-aircraft gunners. Terentyev handed over to Almqvist, who tried to hit the target, but missed.
20.00 The match has begun!
19.05. The Yellow-Blues have already arrived at the stadium. Today we will see Karpin with the players, not on the podium.
Team at the stadium. Photo: FC Rostov.
18.30 The composition of “Rostov” for the game has become known. Baburin, Terentyev, Khadzhikadunich, Osipenko, Kalinin, Mamaev, Glebov, Hashimoto, Bayramyan, Komlichenko, Almqvist will take to the field.Apparently, Ali Sow and Mathias Normann are still fully recovered from their injuries.
Rostov squad for the match with Zenit. Photo: FC Rostov.
18:00 The match will be judged by Vitaly Meshkov. He worked on 20 Rostov games. In eight of them the “yellow-blues” won, in five they lost. The football club has drawn seven matches.
17.15. In the last five games, “Rostov” won only one victory, “Zenith” – three. The teams played one match in a draw. Earlier, “KP” published a forecast for the upcoming meeting and a selection of the latest club news.
17.00. The previous games of Rostov and Zenit were played in different ways. Rostov lost to Dynamo with a score of 0: 2, while Zenit beat Khimki with a score of 1: 3.
Goalkeeper belly, chicken and the color of power. Why are we superstitious?
- Tom Stafford
- BBC Future
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Tiger Woods always wears red on the last day of any tournament because it is his “color of power”.
Experiments on hungry pigeons help explain the strange habits and rituals of famous athletes – and just ordinary people.
The legendary Dutch footballer Johan Cruyff slapped the goalkeeper on the stomach before every match. Tennis star Serena Williams always hits the court five times before the first serve. Actress Jennifer Aniston is said to touch the outer skin with her right foot before boarding the plane.
Knocking on wood for good luck, not going under the stairs so that there is no trouble – we all have our own habits, which, if you think about it, have no intelligible explanation. These rituals are not always associated with luck – for example, I certainly wait for the water for tea to finally boil, instead of turning off the kettle just before boiling, as is often recommended.Why I do this – and I myself do not know. It is unlikely that the taste of tea changes from this.
But why do we follow such rituals? It turns out that behind the seemingly meaningless actions – turning off the kettle, patting the goalkeeper’s stomach or counting the number of bounces of a tennis ball – there is a mechanism that helps animals to evolve successfully.
Repetition is the mother of learning
We do our usual actions without hesitation. This is precisely why habit is valuable: it does not require mental effort.Our brain has a special mechanism for memorizing new sequences of actions, and this ability is one of the keys to the evolutionary success of humans and other living beings.
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Pigeons, like people, invent rituals for themselves
As the psychologist Frederic Skinner Berres demonstrated in his famous experiment, even a pigeon can invent a ritual for itself. Skinner began his lectures by placing a pigeon in a cage with a feeder that dispensed food every 15 seconds.The lecturer gave the audience the opportunity to observe the usual, passive behavior of the bird, after which he covered the cage. After 50 minutes, he took off the coverlet and demonstrated that different birds develop different patterns of behavior. One pigeon spun three times counterclockwise before looking into the feeder, the other thrust its head into a certain corner. In other words, the pigeons invented certain rituals for themselves, which they repeated over and over again.
Skinner found a very simple but ingenious explanation for this.We know that food enters the cage no matter what the pigeon does – but the bird itself does not understand this. Put yourself in the shoes of a pigeon: imagine that you have almost no knowledge about people, cages, and even more so about the structure of automatic feeders. You walk around the cage, decide to turn counterclockwise three times, and suddenly food appears. What do you need to do to get more food? It’s clear – you need to repeat the magic movement. We repeat – and the trough is full again. Our ritual works!
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Rats, like people, follow a habit without thinking about the result
So, Skinner concluded, superstition arises.They begin to control our behavior because the brain tries to reproduce the actions that preceded success – even if we do not understand exactly what role these actions played in its achievement in the first place.
In a repetitive situation, a person can either try to figure it out and choose the best option according to the circumstances (which would be logical), or simply repeat what he did the last time when the result was good. We are much more inclined to choose the second option: they are not looking for good from the good, says popular wisdom.
Habit is second nature
Psychologist Tony Dickinson of Cambridge University in England went even further into the study of habits. He trains rats to push a lever to get food and do another action (usually pulling a chain) to get water. Animals have a choice. If you feed them before starting the experiment, then they choose water. If you get drunk, they press the lever and get food.
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Serena Williams always hits the ball five times before the first serve
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Kolo Toure always leaves the locker room last
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Johan Cruyff patted the goalkeeper on the stomach.But not someone else’s, but their own
But if the rats repeat these actions too often and, it would seem, should already know them by heart, strange things begin to happen – the rodents suddenly seem to forget about what movement leads to what. After such an intensified “cramming”, you can feed the rat – and it will still continue to press the lever responsible for food. The animal has developed a habit – it performs an action only because it has such an opportunity, without thinking about the result.
Does anyone you know remind you of? From the point of view of a psychologist, many of our rituals are similar to the behavior of Skinner’s pigeons or Dickinson’s rats: the same programmed sequences of actions that do not affect the world around them, but live their own lives and automatically manifest themselves in our behavior.
And when the stakes are high — in sports, for example — the brain is even more tempted to pin down which actions might be important to success. Certain rituals, repeated as part of the usual cycle of preparation for the game, can help the athlete to get rid of anxiety and perform at the highest level.
But sometimes athletes do things before which my ritual of turning off the kettle fades. The famous golfer Tiger Woods always wears red on the last day of the tournament, because it is his “color of power”.Baseball player Wade Boggs says he’s better hitting the ball if he’s had chicken the night before. Ivorian footballer Colo Toure once was late for the start of the second half because he did not want to leave the locker room. He thinks he should be the last to leave, but then he had to wait while the room finished helping his injured teammate.
We cling to habits, because the dense animal instinct in the corner of our consciousness does not want to take risks and test in practice what consequences the rejection of the ritual can lead to.
Habits live, no matter how meaningless they may seem, precisely because the part of the brain responsible for them is programmed by evolution not to seek explanations, but simply to repeat the actions that worked last time.
There is nothing abnormal in rituals, they are inherent in human nature, they are part of our heritage – and this strategy works in the long term for us as intelligent animals, even if it seems completely stupid in some cases.
About the author.Tom Stafford lectures at the Department of Psychology, Sheffield University (England). He is the co-author of the bestselling book Mind Hacks and a blog of the same name.
Bizarre flight of the ball | Science and Life
It would seem that what could be simpler than a ball? However, everyone who has played or watched football knows what sometimes intricate feints the ball can throw in the air, along what incredible trajectories it can move at the behest of a skilled player. To reveal the reasons for this “intricacy”, let us turn to aerodynamics – the science that describes the movement of gases and bodies in them.
Air flow around a slowly flying ball. The boundary layer is laminar, the turbulent area behind the ball is wide. The ball experiences a lot of drag. Illustration from the article: A. L. Kiratidis, D. B. Leinweber. An Aerodynamic Analysis of Recent FIFA World Cup Balls, 2018. arXiv: 1710.02784 [physics.pop-ph]. DOI: 10.1088 / 1361-6404 / aaa888.
Air flow around a rapidly flying ball. The boundary layer is turbulent, the turbulent area behind the ball is narrow.The ball experiences little drag. Illustration from the article: A. L. Kiratidis, D. B. Leinweber. An Aerodynamic Analysis of Recent FIFA World Cup Balls, 2018. arXiv: 1710.02784 [physics.pop-ph]. DOI: 10.1088 / 1361-6404 / aaa888.
Air flow around a spinning ball. The turbulent area behind the ball is displaced sideways. Lateral force shown (Magnus effect). Illustration from the article: A. L. Kiratidis, D. B. Leinweber. An Aerodynamic Analysis of Recent FIFA World Cup Balls, 2018.arXiv: 1710.02784 [physics.pop-ph]. DOI: 10.1088 / 1361-6404 / aaa888.
Ball flight with different spinning methods. In the center you can see the “wiggle” of the ball without rotation. Drawing by Zoya Florinskaya.
Dependence of the drag coefficient of a non-rotating ball on the flight speed for various Adidas balls. One can see a sharp drop in resistance during the transition from laminar to turbulent regime. Illustration from the article: A. L. Kiratidis, D. B. Leinweber. An Aerodynamic Analysis of Recent FIFA World Cup Balls, 2018.arXiv: 1710.02784 [physics.pop-ph]. DOI: 10.1088 / 1361-6404 / aaa888.
Stroboscopic image of the flight of a weakly rotating ball. You can see the change in the direction of the ball flight at the end of the trajectory (“pigeon without a wing”). Illustration from the article: T. Mizota et al. The strange flight behavior of slowly spinning soccer balls / Scientific Reports volume 3, Article number: 1871 (2013) doi: 10.1038 / srep01871. CC BY-NC-ND 3.0.
Flight without rotation
Even a simple flight of a ball without rotation is not at all simple.The fact is that when air flows around a moving ball, its boundary layer adjacent to the surface of the ball seems to stick to it, and at some point breaks down, creating vortices and turbulence. As a result, a whole area of vortices, a turbulent wake, is formed behind the ball. It is not noticeable in the air, but similar eddies can be seen in the water behind the stern of the boat during its rapid movement.
The gas pressure on the ball in a turbulent region is less than in front of the ball. This creates a pressure difference which, in addition to the normal air resistance, significantly decelerates the ball.As experts say, it increases drag.
Another is much more interesting. At a low speed of movement, the air stream flows around the ball with almost no stirring, physicists call such a flow laminar. The frontal drag created by the air is great. But if the speed of the ball increases above a certain value, the flow becomes turbulent, the point of separation of the vortices shifts further back, and the turbulent wake becomes much narrower. As a result, the resistance drops sharply.The specific critical speed depends on the surface design of the ball. Thus, for the Teamgeist ball, which was played at the 2006 World Cup in Germany, it was approximately 70 km / h (20 m / s).
If the ball, flying at first with a high speed, during the flight slows down on the air to a speed less than the critical one, then its air flow will change from a turbulent mode to a laminar one. At this moment, there will be a strong increase in drag and the ball will decelerate sharply, continuing to fall under the influence of gravity.From the side it will seem that the ball has “dived”. A very unpleasant situation for the goalkeeper! True, the kicker is required to have the skill of imparting exactly the required speed to the ball. If it is too high, then the ball simply will not have time to slow down to the critical speed.
Baseball players call such an insidious throw “knuckleball” (from the English knuckleball – a ball hit with the knuckles). The pitcher throws the ball with almost no spin with his fingertips. If the speed is chosen correctly, then the ball in front of the batter will suddenly dive at the last moment, or, as the athletes say, it will fall.
And there is another curious consequence of turbulence. Vortexes from different sides of the ball break off simultaneously and at different points, the position of which depends on the surface properties, primarily on the number and shape of the seams connecting the parts of the ball shell. The difference in the shape of the ball from a round one (FIFA rules allow deviations from a perfectly round shape up to 1.5%) and its slight rotation, and in old balls, there is a valve. As a result, at low speed, the ball begins to wiggle in the air from side to side.This effect can be easily seen on a lightweight inflatable beach ball or on a tethered balloon that is blown in the breeze. The Brazilians figuratively call the wagging blow “pombo sem asa” – “a dove without a wing”, meaning that the ball in flight suddenly jerks to the side, like a bird trying to flap one wing. In football, the ball usually does not have time to wag more than once.
It is said that in the old days there were craftsmen who positioned a ball with a valve in a certain position before hitting to ensure that a similar result was achieved.Modern, symmetrical and smooth balls are more predictable, but they fly faster.
By the way, the alternate separation of vortices from different sides shakes more massive objects like industrial pipes and skyscrapers when the wind flows around them. In this case, the vortices form a chain behind the object called the Karman track (in honor of the physicist Theodor von Karman).
A curious paradox arises here. At first glance, it seems that the smoother the soccer ball, the better.Apparently, the designers of Adidas also thought the same when in 2006 they abandoned the classic ball shell, which has served faithfully for almost 40 years, consisting of 32 pentagonal and hexagonal panels *. The new “Teamgeist” ball had only 14 panels of complex shape, joined by the method of thermal bonding. This simplified the manufacturing process and made the ball rounder and smoother, reducing the perimeter of the seams by 15% (345 cm versus 405 cm). But the players who complained about the unpredictability of the ball were not happy. What’s the matter?
It turns out that the seams contribute to the formation of the boundary layer and the later separation of vortices.But on the smooth surface of the new ball, the boundary layer held up worse and the vortices broke off too early, leading to an unpredictable flight path of the almost non-rotating ball.
For the next 2010 World Cup in South Africa, the Adidas designers tried to improve. The shell of their new ball “Jabulani” consisted of even fewer parts – only eight, and for the first time three-dimensional. But the designers compensated for the excessive smoothness of the ball with special grooves on its surface. They called this technology Grip’n’Groove.These grooves were supposed to hold the boundary layer, stabilize the flight, relieving it of accidental deviations, and reduce drag so that the ball flew faster and farther. However, the technology did not fully live up to expectations and there was a lot of criticism.
At the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, the Brazuca ball was used, consisting of 6 intricately shaped panels with deeper seams. This time, complaints were avoided. Let’s hope that the Tel-star-18 ball, developed for the 2018 World Cup in Russia, will be successful.
With a kick, a football player is able to give the ball a rotation of various strengths and around the axes, differently oriented in space. The strong rotation of the ball stabilizes the air flow around it and, therefore, the flight path. But another force begins to act on the ball, called the Magnus effect, after the German physicist Heinrich Magnus, who discovered it in 1852, dealing with the issue of deflecting firearms projectiles (the sideways deflection of cannonballs was noticed in the 17th century).However, back in 1672, Isaac Newton, observing tennis players in Cambridge, described this force and correctly identified its cause. The magnitude of the force can be found by a theorem derived in 1904 by the Russian mechanic, the founder of aerodynamics, Nikolai Yegorovich Zhukovsky.
A spinning ball carries air around it, creating a vortex. When it flies on one side, the direction of the vortex movement coincides with the direction of the air flowing around the ball, and the speed of the flow there increases, and on the other, it is opposite, and the speed decreases.It follows from Bernoulli’s law that as the speed increases, the pressure drops. Due to this speed difference, a pressure difference arises, which generates a force directed perpendicular to the axis of rotation and the flight path in the direction where the flow velocity is higher. Sideways shifting and turbulent wake contributing.
Thus, twisting the ball in different directions, you can achieve a bend in the trajectory. The goalkeepers, knocking out the ball, give it a reverse rotation (the axis is horizontal, the bottom of the ball moves away from the goalkeeper).In this case, the force of Magnus is the lift force that increases the range of the ball. In case of a free kick, throwing over the wall, on the contrary, it is worth giving the ball top spin. Then, having flown over the wall, the ball will quickly go down. True, few have such a blow from the ground.
Lateral rotation (the axis is vertical) will make the ball go in an arc to the right or left. Moreover, immediately after the impact, while the speed is high, due to the turbulent flow around the ball and low frontal resistance, the ball will move almost in a straight line.At the same speed of rotation, a slower moving ball is subject to a greater deflection force than a fast moving ball. Therefore, as the flight of the ball slows down, the effect of the Magnus effect will manifest itself more strongly and the bending of the trajectory will become more noticeable. From the outside it looks like this: first, the ball flies straight, and then folds.
Estimates show that at a ball speed of 30 m / s and a rotational speed of 10 rev / s, the force of Magnus on a soccer ball will be about 3.5 N. With a ball mass of 450 g, its acceleration will be about 8 m / s 2 .Having flown about 30 meters in 1 second, such a ball will deviate from a straight line by as much as 4 meters!
You can find many videos of similar blows on the Internet. Perhaps the most famous of these is the free kick by Brazilian Roberto Carlos against France in 1997. Carlos, who had a very strong impact, launched the ball from a distance of 35 m at a speed of about 40 m / s (137 km / h), spinning it counterclockwise. The first ten meters the ball flew in a straight line past the set wall and goal, so that the French goalkeeper did not even budge, and the boy picking up the balls, who was standing a few meters from the goal, on the contrary, ducked.But then the speed of the ball dropped so much that it went into laminar mode. The significantly increased drag force slowed down the flight of the ball and made the curvature of the ball’s trajectory by the Magnus effect significant. The ball turned to the left and hit the goal under the goalkeeper’s amazed gaze.
Another famous hit associated with the Magnus effect is called “dry leaf”. Performing it, the football player imparts rotation to the ball around an inclined axis, which leads to the movement of the ball along a complex trajectory.As a rule, it was used when serving corners, when it is impossible to score a goal with a direct blow. When a corner kick is given with a dry sheet, the ball first goes up, flying over the players, and away from the goal, and then returns and at the very end drops sharply down behind the goalkeeper.
Physics is wrong, or How to hit the ball?
And finally, one small paradox showing the danger of a narrow view of the situation. Every high school student from physics lessons knows that in order for a body thrown at an angle to the horizon to fly the greatest distance, the angle must be 45 about or close to it, taking into account air resistance.However, observations of football players show that they have the greatest ball flight range at angles from 20 to 35 degrees. Is physics wrong?
Not at all! The whole point, it turns out, is that human anatomy does not allow him to deliver a strong blow so that the ball flew from the ground at an angle of 45 about . The technique of hitting the ball by a football player is such that the strongest blow, which gives the ball the highest speed at a sufficiently large departure angle, falls within the specified interval of angles.Despite the smaller angle, this speed provides a greater ball flight range than a weak hit, but at an angle of 45 about .
Mathematical leisure. Returning to printed
How old is a footballer?
The average age of 11 footballers of the team is 22 years. During the game, one of the players was injured and left the field. The average age of the players remaining on the field was 21 years. How old is a footballer who left the field?
In the first match, the Zvezdochka players scored half of the goals they scored in the second match into the opponent’s goal, and one more goal.In the second match, they scored twice as few goals as in the third match, and one more goal. In the third match, they scored twice as few goals as in the first, and one more goal. How many goals did Zvezdochka players score in three matches?
Six courtyard teams took part in the district football championship. Each team met with the others once. The championship was played for five Saturdays in a row, with three matches played every Saturday.On the first Saturday, Eaglet won with a large score over Meteor. On the second Saturday, Eaglet defeated Iskra, on the third Saturday, Iskra won over Vympel. In the fourth round, “Swallow” drew with “Meteor”.
Which team did Strela meet in the last, fifth round?
Problems from the journal “Science and Life” No. 12, 1967; No. 3, 5, 1969
FC Saturn: Stars Turned Away from Saturn
At the request of SE, the key moments of the match were commented on by the well-known goalkeeper and midfielder Vladimir Astapovsky and Vladimir Tatarchuk.
9th minute. TOPICH – 1: 0
Ivanov on the right flank beats Spakhich, moves forward with the bottom, shoots the goalkeeper’s corner, and Topich, who has run in, ahead of Levenets, sends the ball into the goal with his heel.
– An obvious mistake by the central defenders of Lokomotiv, who allowed Topich to shoot from close range. I would not blame Levenz for the goal, although he could have played ahead.
– Ivanov played well.His pass and pass to the near post deserve the highest marks. Topich played ahead of the curve and could, in principle, punch more reliably with his “cheek”. But, it is possible that, striving for the ball, he overdid it and ran a little ahead, and therefore hit with the heel – this was simply required by the situation. It is only unclear what did Loko’s defenders do at the same time?
45 + 3rd minute. BILYALETDINOV (from the penalty spot) – 1: 1
The Loko captain rushes with the ball into someone else’s penalty area, where Karyak stops him with a violation.The victim himself implements the penalty.
Astapovsky : – Is it possible to play so inattentively at the last minute? The moment, in fact, has already faded away. There was no sense in taking risks, taking away the ball in the penalty area. And Bilyaletdinov shot the penalty well – into the very corner. If Kinski had guessed the direction of the blow, it is not a fact that he could have parried it.
Tatarchuk : – The last seconds of the half were passing, and Bilyaletdinov had no other option to continue the attack, except to try to get into the penalty area.There, in a crowd of football players, he could neither break through, nor make a sensible pass, but catching on someone’s successfully turned up leg and ending up on the lawn – why not? In the end, the midfielder’s plan worked!
Sychev to the left of the penalty line hangs on Kochish, who in the fall sends the ball to the crossbar with his head.
Astapovsky: – I don’t quite understand where Kinski flew to? If Kochish had hammered into the near corner, the goal would have been on the goalkeeper’s conscience.
Fly the ball into the far corner – no one would say a word to the Czech.And so there is a mistake Kinski, who began to guess where the ball will fly.
Tatarchuk: – If Kochish had hit a little lower, a goal would have been inevitable: Kinski was already flying to another corner at that moment. We can also talk about the fault of the defenders of “Saturn”, who missed two dangerous opponents.
85th minute. Sychev (free kick) – 1: 2
From the free kick assigned for the demolition of Torbinskiy 20 meters from the goal, Sychev hits the bottom. The ball, having passed through the “wall”, changes direction and flies past Kinski, who rushed into the right corner, into the net.
Astapovsky : – Kinski set up a “wall”. Some of the players turned away at the moment of impact, and a ricochet happened. Had it not happened, the goalkeeper would probably have averted the threat.
Tatarchuk : – Such free throws are usually trusted to hit by players who know how to throw the ball over the “wall”.