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Auckland City 9 – 0 Bodden Town

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Auckland City FC: 24. Jacob SPOONLEY [GK], 2. Simon ARMS, 5. Angel BERLANGA (c), 6. John IRVING, 11. Cam LINDSAY, 16. Dae Wook KIM, 20. Emiliano TADE, 21. Kohei MATSUMOTO, 22. Andrew MILNE, 23. Sam BURFOOT, 25. Fabrizio TAVANO
Substitutes: 1. Tamati WILLIAMS [GK], 3. Takuya IWATA, 4. Mario BILEN, 8. Tim PAYNE, 9. Darren WHITE, 10. Ryan DE VRIES, 14. Sanni ISSA, 15. Ivan VICELICH, 17. Marko DORDEVIC
Bodden Town: 1. Ramon SEALY [GK] (c), 5. Santangelo BUSH, 7. Thomas BUSH JR, 8. Kareem JAMES, 9. Charlo McLEAN, 11. Theron WOOD, 14. Casey McLAUGHLIN, 16. Andra ALLEN, 17. Emmanuel BROWN, 20. Jonathan EBANKS,22. Fabio GALL
Substitutes: 10. Karl SOLOMON BORDEN, 12. Joshwa CLARKE, 21. Mario BERRY, 23. Michael GOURZONG [GK]
Coach: Elbert McLEAN [CAY]
Match Officials:
Referee: Nelson SOGO [SOL]
Assistant Referee 1: Avinesh NARAYAN [FIJ]
Assistant Referee 2: Bertrand BRIAL [NCL]
Fourth Official: Ravitesh BEHARI [FIJ]
KICK-OFF: We’re underway here at The Trusts Arena in this crucial match of the OFC President’s Cup, on offer is a place in the final against Vanuatu’s Amicale
2′ Bodden Town have an early chance from a free kick but Emmanuel Brown can’t get his head to the ball
3′ GOAL! Auckland City 1 – 0 Bodden Town It doesn’t take long for Auckland to take the lead, a slick passing move resulting in Emiliano Tade breaking into the box and tucking home
5′ Auckland have had the better of these opening exchanges and appear to be a far sharper outfit than Bodden, who will need to concentrate at the back to stay in the game
7′ Auckland nearly create a chance to make it two but Tade can’t get to Fabrizio Tavano’s poke across the box
9′ Another opportunity goes begging when an unmarked Cameron Lindsay heads over from a well-placed Andrew Milne cross
13′ Debutant Kohei Matsumoto has a great chance to mark his Auckland career with a goal but blazes his effort wide from close range
16′ Yet another chance goes by when Tavano finds himself breaking into the box but can’t find the target, the Bodden goal is leading a charmed life at the moment
18′ Brown has Bodden’s first shot on target with a free kick but it goes straight into the hands of Auckland goalkeeper Jacob Spoonley
20′ Former Wellington Phoenix player Lindsay gets in behind the Bodden defence and finds the neat with a lob but is called back for offside
21′ Angel Berlanga is the latest player to try his luck for Auckland, chesting the ball down and volleying towards goal but Bodden goalkeeper Ramon Sealy makes a good save
25′ YELLOW CARD: Tade receives the first caution of the match for a reckless tackle
28′ Despite Auckland’s dominance, it’s still only 1-0 and the Oceania champions will be keen to start taking advantage of their opportunities
29′ YELLOW CARD: Lindsay joins his team mate Tade in the book
31′ Andrew Milne goes down for Auckland after Bodden win a corner and play is held up while he receives treatment
32′ Play restarts but Bodden can’t make the most of their corner and Auckland break forward again
37′ SUBSTITUTION: Auckland make the first change after Milne fails to recover from his injury and is replaced by Darren White
39′ The recent stoppages seem to have interupted Auckland’s flow and the steady stream of goalscoring chances has halted for now
42′ Lindsay is played in on goal but the offside flag is again brandished, must have been a close one that
44′ GOAL! Auckland City 2 – 0 Bodden Town Auckland finally extend their lead and it’s that man Tade again, finishing off a slick passing move
44′ SUBSTITUTION: Bodden replace the injured Casey McLaughlin with Joshwa Clarke
45′ Two minutes of additional time will be played as the after-work crowd continues to build here in Henderson
45′ + 2′ GOAL! Auckland City 3 – 0 Bodden Town: Tade turns provider this time, gifting Darren White an open goal and the substitute is in no mood to turn down the early Christmas present
HALFTIME: A stop-start half comes to an end with Auckland well in control over their Cayman Island opponents
SUBSTITUTION: Auckland make a change at the break, Berlanga being replaced by Ryan De Vries in an attacking move, Irving has taken the captain’s armband from Berlanga
50′ GOAL! Auckland City 4 – 0 Bodden Town: Tade completes his hat-trick by neatly dispatching a pin-point cross from substitute White
53′ The second half has taken on the same pattern as the first with Auckland dominating possession and Bodden struggling to break out of their half
57′ Tade jinks his way along the Bodden byline and pulls the ball back but can’t pick out an Auckland team mate
57′ SUBSTITUTION: Auckland make their final change, hat-trick hero Tade coming off for Takuya Iwata
61′ YELLOW CARDS: Auckland’s Fabrizio Tavano and Bodden’s Thomas Bush are both cautioned after a skirmish between the pair
63′ GOAL! Auckland City 5 – 0 Bodden Town: Auckland extend their lead in real style, Sam Burfoot dummying a loose ball to allow De Vries the chance to hammer a sweetly-struck shot into the top corner
66′ GOAL! Auckland City 6 – 0 Bodden Town: Matsumoto does end up marking his debut with a goal, rifling home after Sealy palms a Tavano header into his path. It’s unlucky for the goalkeeper as it was a good save
72′ GOAL! Auckland City 7 – 0 Bodden Town: The score is now in real danger of blowing out as Auckland have their seventh, De Vries unselfishly teeing up Tavano
78′ Matsumoto nods a cross down to De Vries but he blazes over the bar
78′ SUBSTITUTION: Bodden replace Santangelo Bush with Mario Berry
81′ GOAL! Auckland City 8 – 0 Bodden Town: Burfoot gets in on the fun for Auckland, expertly placing a shot into the bottom corner from the edge of the box
83′ Bodden have just their second shot on target of the entire match when Andra Allen gives Spoonley something to keep out
85′ Despite the score, goalkeeper and skipper Sealy has had another good game for Bodden and does well again to come out and smother at the feet of Iwata
90′ Two minutes of additional time will be played
90′ + 2′ GOAL! Auckland City 9 – 0 Bodden Town: Auckland wrap up the second when De Vries helps himself to a brace at the second attempt
FULLTIME: It’s all over here at The Trusts Arena after a memorable evening for Auckland City

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