WEL 2-0 MAG

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Team Wellington: 1. Scott BASALAJ (GK), 3. Steven GULLEY, 4. Anthony HOBBS, 6. Chris BALE, 7. Leo VILLA, 9. Tom JACKSON, 11. Mario BARCIA, 13. Alex FENERIDIS, 15. Mark JONES, 17. Fergus NEIL, 18. Saul HALPIN
Substitutes:2. Taylor HOUGH, 22. Alex CARR, 10. Luis CORRALES, 12. Andy BEVIN, 14. William SCOTT, 19. Conor McGLINCHEY, 21. Taylor SCHRIJVERS,
Suspended:5. Bill ROBERTSON

Coach: Matt CALCOTT (NZL)
AS Magenta: 29. Leon IXOEE (GK), 2. Jean-Christ WAJOKA, 3. Georges BEARUNE, 4. Loic WAKANUMUNE, 5. Jean Brice WADRIAKO, 6. Cedric SANSOT, 7. Noel KAUDRE,10. Pierre WAJOKA, 12. Joel WAKANAMUNE, 6. Leopold MAKALU, 19. Jeremy DOKUNENGO
Substitutes:1. Jelen IXOEE (GK), 30. Victor MESSEAUD (GK), 8. Marius BAKO, 9. Marek AUCHER, 11. Mickael TIAOU, 15. Pierrot JELEWED, 17. Gregory TARAMOIN, 18. Joris GORENDIAWE, 20. Bill NICHOLLS
Coach: Alain MOIZAN (FRA)
90+3 FULL TIME: Team Wellington defeats AS Magenta 2-0 to set up an all-New Zealand title decider against defending champions Auckland City. Saturday’s clash will be a repeat of last year’s final
90+2 Conor McGlinchey with a late chance but he drives straight at the keeper from the edge of the box.
90′ The Fourth official signals 3 minutes of adde time
89′ SUB MAG: Jean Claude Wajoka replaced by Joris Gorendiawe OCL WELv MAG 2-0
89′ SUB WELL: Saul Halpin replaced by Andrew Bevin
82′ Aucher is on target but can’t beat Scott Basalaj
80′ SUB MAG: Jeremy Dokunengo replaced by Marek Aucher
76′ GOAL WEL 2-0 Tom Jackson grabs his second. after a goalkeeping mistake. Ixoee rushes off his line and he drives the ball into Corrales before Jackson beats the keeper with a looping header
74′ GOAL WEL 1-0 MAG Tom Jackson drives home from the penalty spot
74′ PEN WELL: Penalty for Wellington after Wakanumune fouls Saul Halpin inside the box
68′ It is a tense affair, but the two sides seem unable to penetrate the opposition defence
65′ Chris Bale blocks Jean-Christ Wajoka inside the penaly area following dangerous run through the middle
61′ Tom Jackson forces a good save from Jelen Ixoee inside the penalty area
59′ Steven Gully with a dangerous low crossball in front of the face of the goal but Corrales can’t get at the end of it. Wellington’s best chance of the second half
57′ The flag goes up for offside at the other end too
55’Jean-Christ Wajoka has a clear sight of goal but he is flagged offside
53′ Basalaj keeps out Pierre Wajoka’s long range free-kick, Wajoka has a second bite of the cherry but he blasts his shot over the bar
52′ YELLOW CARD WEL: Saul Helpin booked for blocking the run of Noel Kaudre

48′ Magenta with a great chance with Pierre Wajoka one-on-one with Basalaj inside the box. The Team Wellington keeper does well to keep his side level
46′ SUB WEL: Half time substitution by Matt Calcott. Luis Corrales comes on for Mark Jones
46′ We are back with the second half between Team Wellington and AS Magenta. The sides are still locked 0-0
HALF TIME: WEL 0-0 MAG Neither side could break the deadelock in the opening 45 minutes
45+1 Jean-Christ Wajoka has a clear sight on goal after a good run but he rifles his shot over the bar from the edge of the box
45′ Fourth Official signals 1 minute of added time OCL WELvMAG 0-0
43′ A stop-start affair so far
40′ Jean-Christ Wajoka with a dangerous cross but Noel Kaudre can’t control it after a crucial touch by Anthony Hobbs
38″ Magenta with the majority the possession so far but Wellington is more dangerous going forward
35′ Mario Barcia’s with a powerful long distance strike but it’s too high
34′ YELLOW CARD MAG: Pierre Wajoka booked for a foul on Anthony Hobbs
32′ Mark Jones back on the Field for Wellington
29″ Mark Jones receives medical treatmant, Wellington is down to 10 men temporarily
28′ Tom Jackson is fouled inside Magenta’s half after a strong run
26′ Magenta with a couple of free kicks inside Wellington’s half but the New Caledonians fail to threaten
23′ The offside flag goes up at both ends
20′ A cagey encounter so far, neither side has settled into the game
17′ Jean-Christ Wajoka makes a good run before muiscuing his final pass l
15′ Magenta’s best chnace of the game as Jean-Christ Wajoka finds himself one-on-one with the keeper but his effort from close is straight at range Scott Basalaj
12′ Joel Wakanumune with a dangerous strike from the edge of the box but his effort from the edge of the area is too high
11′ Two corners in quick succession for Team Wellington but they don’t trouble Magenta’s defence
10′ First real chance on goal but Jelen Ixoee saves well from Tom Jackson’s shot one -on -one with the keeper following a lovely pass from Alex Feneridis
7′ Loic Wakanumune intercepts a Wellington free kick
5′ Both sides struggle to hold the ball in midfield scrappy start to the game
2′ Magenta with early possession as Pierre Wajoka with threatning cross from the right
1′ Wellington kick off the proceedings
1′ We are underway with the second OFC Champions League semi-final between Team Wellington and AS Magenta. The winner will meet defending Champions Auckland City in Saturday’s title decider


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