Championship Group A 2018/2019 season: Round 3, match 4


Luke Mellor 1′ 1 0
Danny Murray (Daninho) 8′ 2 0
2 1 Callum Philbin (Sam Roberts) 18′
Tobias Fischer (Oralkhan Yermelek) 29′ 3 1
Luke Mellor (Josh Reavenall-Nuete) 55′ 4 1
4 2 Callum Philbin (pen.) 65′
4 3 Gareth Evers (Callum Philbin) 70′
4 4 Gareth Evers (Sam Roberts) 75′
4 5 Benjamin Antrobus (Iain Fanthorpe) 80′
Man of the match: Partisan Prague B (as voted by IFC) Man of the match: IFC Prague (as voted by Partisan)
John Finlay
nirNorthern Ireland
nzlNew Zealand
Defender, Midfielder, Forward
Current Team
Partisan Prague B
Phil Frederiksen
usaUnited States
Current Team
All-Star Team, IFC Prague

What a game. 0-1 down after 30 seconds, 0-2 down after 8 minutes, Frederiksen refusing to take a penalty at 1-3 down, a red card and 2 sin bins, 1-4 down with 25 minutes left………

1’ 1-0 Partisan
8’ 2-0 Partisan
18’ 2-1. After an absolute battering in the first quarter of an hour from a heavily talented new look Partisan side, IFC managed to get a toehold in the game after 18 minutes when Sattar found Roberts who played a through ball for PHILBIN to round Valt in the Partisan goal and finish cooly.
29’ 3-1 Partisan.
32’ Debutant Lopes had a lovely flick header (from a Philbin free kick) superbly saved by Valt.
39’ Frederiksen was tackled in the box and the referee pointed to the spot for a soft penalty. For the 2nd league game in a row IFC refused to take the penalty and played the ball back to the opposition goalkeeper (much to the annoyance of the IFC bench……).
42’ Antrobus had a rocket shot well saved by Valt.

HT: Partisan 3-1 IFC

55’ 4-1 Partisan.
65’ 4-2. Guri handled on the line from an IFC long throw in and was shown a red card. PHILBIN scored the resultant penalty.
70’ 4-3. Philbin was denied his hat trick after great work when his goal bound shot was helped over the line by a sliding EVERS – “I had to make sure lads!”
75’ 4-4. EVERS equalized with a tap in after a good run and cross by Roberts.
At this stage Partisan looked the most likely to score a winner but a combination of solid defending, great keeping by Kazmierczak and a bit of luck prevented them from doing so.
80’ 4-5 IFC. 17 year old ANTROBUS scored what turned out to be the winner with a curling effort into the top corner of the goal after a good pass from Fanthorpe.

FT: Partisan 4-5 IFC.

Report by IFC Prague


Date Time League Season Match Day Full Time
October 6, 2018 2:00 pm PIBFAL 2018/19 Championship Group A 3 90'


Anděl Arena
U Mrázovky 1566, Smíchov, 150 00 Praha-Praha 5, Czechia


Club1st Half2nd HalfGoalsOutcome
Partisan Prague B314Loss
IFC Prague145Win

Partisan Prague B

1Jan Valt Goalkeeper
2Armand Guri Defender
3Stephan Schuchardt 17 Defender
4John Finlay Defender
5Luke Mellor Midfielder
6David McCloy Midfielder
18Jeisson Lizarazo 14 Midfielder
8Oralkhan Yermek 15 Midfielder
10Danny Murray 9 Midfielder
11Daninho Campeão 7 Forward
13Josh Reavenall-Nuete Forward
7Tobias Fisher 11 Forward
9Honza Nguyen 10 Midfielder
15Sergio Lopez 8 Midfielder
14Bart Burgmans 18 Midfielder
17Charles El-Zeind 3 Defender
  4 3 1 1

IFC Prague

1Grzegorz Kaźmierczak Goalkeeper
2Omar Sattar Defender
3Lukáš Porazil 13 Goalkeeper
4Phil Frederiksen Midfielder
5Steven Donaldson 12 Defender
6Neil Lowe 14 Midfielder
7Maximo Lopez Midfielder
8Iain Fanthorpe Midfielder
9Sam Roberts Midfielder
10Callum Philbin Forward
11Benjamin Antrobus Forward
12Iain Sellers 5 Defender
13Gareth Evers 3 Forward
14Tom Sellers 6 Midfielder
  5 4 1
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