Dinamo Zagreb vs Seville: Dinamo Zagreb hosted Sevilla at Stadion Maksimir for 2nd First leg round of 32 Europa League teams.
The first half was uncertain and goalless, but the second half saw more harmony between both teams. Marcos Acuna touched the ball inside and gave Zagreb a penalty, which Mislav Orsic converted. Thomas Delaney was sent off in injury time for a second booking. But Zagreb could not find the second goal they were looking for and was dropped from the competition.
Let’s have a look at the players rating in the Dinamo Zagreb vs Sevilla clash:-
Dinamo Zagreb vs Sevilla Player Rating
Dominik Livakovic (6.8/10): Livakovic saved 5 shots and kept a clean sheet, unlike the last leg.
Kevin Theophile-Catherine (7.5/10): Despite playing in a back three, Theophile-Catherine created a few chances. He made 4 important tackles – the most in the game.
Josip Sutalo (October 7): Sutalo created important blocks for Dinamo in the box and defend calmly in 1v1 situations.
Bartol Franjic (7.5 / 10): Franjic was present in a good defensive position and made important saves.
Stefan Ristovski (October 6): Ristowski had a relatively dull game when he was unable to influence the game from the right.
Marko Tolic (7/10): Tolic had a good game in the midfield. He won the most duels in the match- 5.
Josip Misic (7.4/10): Misic’s presence in the midfield is evident as he distributes the ball and holds the ball well.
Amer Gojak (5.8/10): Gojak had a poor match in the middle as he didn’t win any and lost most of the duels.
Daniel Stefulj (6.5/10): The left-back created chances and accurate passes but was unable to succeed.
Bruno Petkovic (5.8/10): Petkovic lost 7 duels in the match and now it’s no longer the same as usual. He was substituted in the second half.
Mislav Orsic (7.4 / 10): Orsic scored for the second time in two games when he converted a penalty in the 65th minuteorder minute.
Marco Bulat (October 6): Bulat came on for Tolic but played ineffectively.
Dario Spikic (6.7/10): Spikic ran behind the defender and created a chance.
Petar Bockaj (7.3/10): Bockaj played aggressively and had quite aggressive dribbling and made it difficult for the opponent in a short time.
Mahir Emreli (October 6): Emreli was fine on the pitch but barely noticed.
Luka Menalo (NA)
Yassine Bounou (7.4/10): Bounou made 2 excellent saves for Seville but could not keep a clean sheet due to the penalty.
Gonzalo Montiel (6.8/10): Montiel had a fairly consistent game on the right flank but was substituted for Jesus Navas after half-time.
Joules Kounde (7.2 / 10): Kounde had a lot of recovery and clearing in defence. He is also the one who completed the most passes in the match.
Diego Carlos (6.5/10): Carlos had a pretty good defensive game before getting injured. He was given a break during the break.
Marcos Acuna (7.2 / 10): Acuna created the most chances of the match – 4, but his hand also produced a penalty.
Ivan Rakitic (7.7/10): Rakitic had a good game. He distributed the ball well and was one of the attacking shots in the final third.
Fernando (6.8 / 10): The central midfielders had a good game. His pass is perfect with 98% accuracy after playing all 90 minutes.
Alejandro Gomez (6.1/10): Gomez had a few shots on target but other than that he was largely ineffective.
Jesus Corona (7.1/10): The winger had to make slick dribbles on the flanks and see the ball well but couldn’t create enough chances.
Lucas Ocampos (6.2/10): Ocampos had a pretty decent game as all three of his shots were off target and he couldn’t create important chances.
Rafa Mir (6.1 / 10): Mir launched regular shots but lacked quality in finishing.
Thomas Delaney (5.5/10): Delaney was booked twice in 45 minutes and sent off in injury time.
Jesus Navas (6.7/10): Navas had a good game coming on for Montiel at halftime.
Joan Jordan (NA)
Oliver Torres (NA)
Youssef En-Nesyri (NA)
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