Ho Seh Liao entered the field in a 3-5-2 formation. The visitors, Grilled Birds, chose to start the game with a 2-5-3 lineup.Grilled clearly preferred using their magical ability to attack in the middle.悠. 中北 (Nakakita) of Grilled seemed to be floating in the air as he elegantly headed in to make the score 0 - 1 after a corner kick that was nicely executed by G. Dvorak.With 19 minutes played, C. Xin Lee 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.22 minutes in, Grilled's M. Xin Seng received a yellow card for going into a challenge studs first.23 minutes into the game, Grilled worked the left side industriously creating several opportunities to add to their lead, but just couldn't apply the finishing touch.With 24 minutes played, after a good run down the left, V. Zhurahivskiy went down looking for a penalty after a challenge from the visitors' right fullback, but the referee waved play on, and later warned him for diving.M. Xin Seng of Grilled got sent off for kicking the ball after the whistle, a completely uncalled for move, earning him his second yellow card of the game.0 - 1 was the halftime score.Grilled had most of the ball, with 62 percent of possession.
Grilled increased the lead to 0 - 2 as G. Dvorak scored from the penalty spot, putting the ball in near the top left corner.The home crowd cheered when, after 51 minutes, 田. 勇航 (Yonghang) 's charge up the middle resulted in the keeper making one of his best saves of the day.R. Isufi was, after 66 minutes, almost able to extend the visitors' lead with a well placed diving header after the ball had looped into the centre, but the home side's keeper D. Urtaza made the save.Content with how the game was proceeding, the Grilled coach let M. Saliman replace 田. 勇航 (Yonghang) after 70 minutes.As the captain was no longer on the pitch, G. Filippone took over the role of being the Grilled captain.The match ends 0 - 2.Grilled claimed to have seen most of the ball, and the statistics agreed with them - possession being 61 percent.