Proyecto Sigueme 6 - 1 Grilled Birds
International Friendly (Cup Rules), Season 6301 December 2016 02:00 HTT
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Proyecto Sigueme
Grilled Birds
Altamiro Lobão (9)
Eladio Aquiahuatl (26)
Mateusz Ucher (30)
Rémy Boillet (73)
Giacomo Borgarello (75)
Martín Andrés Chaparro (81)
Kalki Parvathaneni (50)

Sicced By Sigueme
Ucher Dominant

Mexican Division Four leaders Proyecto Sigueme flattened Grilled's reserves at home today, recording a 6-1 scoreline that largely reflected the state of affairs on the pitch. 30 year-old Polish skipper Mateusz Ucher was at the centre of Proyecto's machinations, linking defence and attack with remarkable consistency.
It was certainly better that what the fast-improving Moey Xin Seng could muster as yet, and there was no question who won the midfield battle; not only that, Proyecto were bursting with quality all over, as could be discerned in the ninth minute when Brazilian centreback Altamiro Lobão did an excellent impression of a top forward, with his no-look volley past a stunned Krystian Rykowski.

Grilled did have their opportunities too, but they were few and far between. Italian attacker Pompeo Bellamoli got perhaps the pick of the lot, after Kalki Parvathaneni forced through a diagonal pass despite being shadowed by David Hardel; sadly, Bellamoli didn't get any power behind the shot.

Sigueme would gradually take the game over following that, and homegrown favourite Eladio Aquiahuatl finished from the wing in the 26th minute, throwing more fire onto the debate over his best position. Ucher would then up it to 3-0 mere minutes later, taking over from Xermán Arxibai's spilled strike, and rounding the grounded Rykowski to walk it in.

Martín Andrés Chaparro replaced Davie Thomson for the second half, but it was the Birds who exhibited the first signs of life, targeting Lobão's tendency to drift upfield. On one such occasion in the 50th minute, Parvathaneni timed a run in behind, with Leong Wan Kang as bait. It turned out well, and the Indian midfielder would nick a lob over Japanese goalie Shingo Tanimura.

Feeling their advantage slip a little, coach Pedro Ruiz Mora sent on French forward Rémy Boillet for Phillipp Machoritsch on the hour mark, to which Luis Alcántara responded by giving Yuki Irie gametime. Bacelar wasn't joking when he mentioned that Yuki was far from match-ready, however, and the centreback was woefully slow when facing Boillet one-on-one, leading to 4-1 in the 73rd minute.

Giacomo Borgarello would add to the hosts' tally two minutes later, after a committed assault through the middle, and although Krystian Rykowski raised some eyebrows with a sharp save from one of Arxibai's quick releases, they would capitalize on Yuki Irie's poor fitness further in the 81st, with Martín Andrés Chaparro completing the rout.

    Farewell Færøerne
    Roten Whiplash
    Through And Clear
    Sicced By Sigueme
    More Pain To Come
    Błękitni Busted
    Assessments Ongoing
    Crying Father
    More Practice In Store
    All But Down
2016-08-01 00:37:41
anonymous: Thanks for the special mention :) I would just like to expre...
2015-08-17 18:50:02
anonymous: excellent read as always!- Yjorn
2015-06-13 03:08:41
anonymous: Rasha say
2014-12-14 16:56:39
gilbertlim: well, it seemed like that.
2014-12-12 18:26:33
anonymous: I didn't play a 4-5-2
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