Kambo - Dinamo Tulcea (481946545)

From Hattrick
Kambo    
Spain    

1    
Dinamo Tulcea
Romania

3
Event Friendly
Week 2
Season 55
Date 23 April 2014
Venue Kambo Stadi, Catalunya
Attendance 1,801
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Referee Teboho Tshisevhe (Denmark)
Assistant Referee 1 Erik Gorissen (Netherlands)
Assistant Referee 2 Xuban Bakaikoa (Spain)

Kambo vs Dinamo Tulcea was a friendly match played on 23 April 2014 at Kambo Stadi, Catalunya, Spain. The visiting team won 3–1, courtesy of a hattrick from Csaba Szatvári.

Match summary

Weather conditions were fairly good for football, and Kambo Stadi saw a crowd turnout of 1801. Teboho Tshisevhe was the appointed referee with assistance provided by Erik Gorissen and Xuban Bakaikoa.

Kambo decided to use a 3–4–2 set up. They fielded: Nami - Podedworny, Jacob, Nørgaard Christensen - Rougeaux, Vrána, Tommasi, Bathers - Gavarró, Josefus.

Dinamo tactics involved an interesting 5–3–2 combination. Starters: Trupoiu - Beichler, Lisiecki, Bonnefoy, Vlădoiu, Kivisalu - Bercea, Ilina, Szatvári - Topârceanu, Fuduli.

First half

Kambo used their ability to concentrate their attacks in the middle of the pitch, rather than on the wings.

After a fine move down the middle Maxmilián Vrána nearly gave the home side a goal after 9 minutes. However the finishing shot went just wide.

It was obvious that team Kambo had instructions to attack in the middle instead of on the wings.

Many thought Miquel Gavarró ought to have been awarded a penalty 12 minutes into the game, as he went down trying to dribble around Cristian Trupoiu after a determined run through the middle.

After 23 minutes, there was a bit of a mixup on the field as Kambo found themselves out of position and their organisation level dropped to weak.

Kambo had a good opportunity to attack on the wing, but remembered their instructions to go for middle attacks.

Luke Bathers of Kambo received a yellow card after 26 minutes for unsportsmanlike behaviour.

28 minutes in, Kambo appeared unsure on how to play and their organisation was only weak.

Dinamo's Csaba Szatvári gave the visitors a 0–1 lead after 29 minutes with a superb strike from the right.

Kambo's Carl Nørgaard Christensen lived up to his reputation for finding unexpected ways to get the ball in the net when he sent a nifty little pass over to David Rougeaux who finished for 1–1 with 31 minutes of the match played.

1–2 was the score with 34 minutes played, after Csaba Szatvári cut through the central defence and chipped home a goal for Dinamo.

35 minutes in, Dinamo's Guschti Beichler received a yellow card for going into a challenge studs first.

Unfortunately for Kambo, Miquel Gavarró was injured when the game became more physical, and he had to leave the field. Raúl Cistenas replaced him. The Kambo captaincy was handed to Çetin Nami.

1–2 was the halftime score. Kambo had most of the ball, with 52 percent of possession.

Second half

After 59 minutes, a mistake by the home side's left defence allowed Donato Siebenmann to get through. He outclassed the home side's keeper, adding another goal for the visitors. 0–2.

70 minutes into the game a free kick by Thierno Niokane found its way through the home side's poorly assembled defensive formation, making Dinamo's lead 0–3.

With 71 minutes played, Marko Detlefsen nearly put the visitors another one up as he broke through in the middle and fired from just outside the box, but his shot passed just over the bar.

The head of Viorel Apetrei connected with a corner kick after 83 minutes, and the ball ended up with George Seceanu of agonia.ro who blasted the ball into the net, making the score 1–3.

agonia.ro reduced the lead to 2–3 with 84 minutes on the clock when George Seceanu got the best of a ball floated in from the left.

86 minutes into the game, Dinamo worked the left side industriously creating several opportunities to add to their lead, but just couldn't apply the finishing touch.

With 87 minutes played, Dinamo's well-worked indirect free kick caused havoc in the penalty area, and when the ball eventually fell to Ciprian Tudurean he gleefully slotted the ball home to make it 2–4.

agonia.ro's Csongor Hrabovszki got himself booked for a foul.

Rich Cobby of Dinamo had to be helped off the pitch as an injury meant he was unable to finish the game. Konrad Lisiecki came in to finish the match.

Possession in this half belonged to Dinamo, who controlled the ball 54 percent of the time.

Match details

23 April 2014
12:25
Kambo Spain 1–3 Romania Dinamo Tulcea Kambo Stadi, Catalunya
Attendance: 1,801
Rougeaux Goal 31' Report Szatvári Goal 29', 34', 84'
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KAMBO:
GK 1 Turkey Çetin Nami
DF 2 Poland Waldemar Podedworny Booked in the 86th minute 86'
DF 3 France Anthony Jacob
DF 4 Denmark Carl Nørgaard Christensen
MF 5 France David Rougeaux (c)
MF 6 Czech Republic Maxmilián Vrána
MF 7 Italy Ignazio Tommasi
MF 8 Spain Luke Bathers Booked in the 26th minute 26'
FW 9 Spain Miquel Gavarró Injured in the 36th minute 36'  Substituted off in the 36th minute 36'
FW 10 Czech Republic Vratislav Josefus
Substitutes:
GK 11 Spain Raúl Cistenas Substituted on in the 36th minute 36'
Manager:
Denmark Roar Tøgersen
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DINAMO TULCEA:
GK 1 Romania Cristian Trupoiu
DF 2 Switzerland Guschti Beichler Booked in the 35th minute 35'
DF 3 Poland Konrad Lisiecki
DF 4 France Cédric Bonnefoy
DF 5 Romania Dan Vlădoiu Bruised in the 87th minute 87'
DF 6 Estonia Tanel Kivisalu
MF 7 Romania Ion-Aurel Bercea
MF 8 Romania Dragoş Ilina (c)
MF 10 Romania Csaba Szatvári
FW 9 Romania Vlad-Andrei Topârceanu
FW 11 Romania Andrei Fuduli
Substitutes:
GK 12 Romania Barna Paskum
DF 13 England Rich Cobby
MF 14 Switzerland Donato Siebenmann
MF 15 Romania Marius Creţeanu
FW 16 Romania Bogdan Dănilă
Manager:
Finland Matti Äikäs
Turkey Nami
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  France Jacob
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  Behaviour left.pngDenmark Nørgaard Christensen
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Behaviour down.pngFrance Rougeaux
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Behaviour down.pngCzech Republic Vrána
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  Behaviour down.pngItaly Tommasi
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Behaviour down.pngSpain Bathers
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Spain Gavarró
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  Czech Republic Josefus
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Romania Negoiţă
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  Romania Dănilă
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Romania Tudurean
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  France Niokane
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  Switzerland Siebenmann
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Estonia Kivisalu
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Italy Bolsi
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Canada Therrien
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England Cobby
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Argentina Detlefsen
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Romania Paskum
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