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This is where you can see how your matches did. Some scoring opportunity's and injury's, cards ect. are shown here, as well as the match ratings for both teams. If you click on player ratings under your team name at the right, you can see how well each player played in that match, shown in stars.
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{{Interwiki/Match report}}
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==Overview==
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In match reports, you can see what [[events]] happened in a particular [[match]]. All [[scoring opportunities]], [[injury|injuries]] and [[cards]] are reported here. [[Possession]] percentages in the 45th and the 90th minute, [[Tactics]] ratings and sector [[ratings]] for both teams appear when the match is finished.
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If you click on the icon to the right of a team name at the top left, you can see how well each [[player]] played in that match, shown in [[stars]]. If the match is ongoing, the ratings will be absent, and only the events that have happened so far are displayed. Those watching their matches on [[HT-Live]] will see the latest events appear roughly minute-by-minute in red text. Many players love almost nothing as much as the appearance of new 'red text'.
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There are a number of other ways to 'watch' your match(es) live. These are being improved by volunteer programmers regularly. See [[Helper_Applications#Match_Viewers|Matchviewer]] section.
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The match report is updated about once a minute.
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Bear in mind that for the first 5-10 minutes of a live game no information will arrive, which is normal.
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== Match Report Wording ==
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In the match reports there are many different wordings for the same event.
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For example, to say that a player scored through the centre they can say the following:
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"0 - 1 was the score in the 30th minute, after [Player Name] cut through the central defense and chipped home a goal."
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Another wording for the same event is:
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"[Team Name] tied it all up, in the 81st minute, after a spectacular goal by [Player Name], who miraculously broke through the home side's central defense, making it 2 - 2."
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The same thing occurs for all the different events in the Match report
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There is a nice tool to sum up and paste a match report to the conference at [http://mrat.hattricknippon.org]
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[[Category: Match concepts]]

Latest revision as of 14:09, 8 March 2010

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Overview

In match reports, you can see what events happened in a particular match. All scoring opportunities, injuries and cards are reported here. Possession percentages in the 45th and the 90th minute, Tactics ratings and sector ratings for both teams appear when the match is finished.

If you click on the icon to the right of a team name at the top left, you can see how well each player played in that match, shown in stars. If the match is ongoing, the ratings will be absent, and only the events that have happened so far are displayed. Those watching their matches on HT-Live will see the latest events appear roughly minute-by-minute in red text. Many players love almost nothing as much as the appearance of new 'red text'.

There are a number of other ways to 'watch' your match(es) live. These are being improved by volunteer programmers regularly. See Matchviewer section.

The match report is updated about once a minute.

Bear in mind that for the first 5-10 minutes of a live game no information will arrive, which is normal.


Match Report Wording

In the match reports there are many different wordings for the same event. For example, to say that a player scored through the centre they can say the following: "0 - 1 was the score in the 30th minute, after [Player Name] cut through the central defense and chipped home a goal."

Another wording for the same event is: "[Team Name] tied it all up, in the 81st minute, after a spectacular goal by [Player Name], who miraculously broke through the home side's central defense, making it 2 - 2." The same thing occurs for all the different events in the Match report


There is a nice tool to sum up and paste a match report to the conference at [1]