Unofficial Referee Observer’s Report
© Árbitro Internacional & The Third Team
(MEX) MEXICO 1:2 GREECE (GRE)
Group D, 22 June 2013, 17:00 CET
Match Officials Name Origin Mark
Referee Peter O
Leary NZL 7.3 8.2 Challenging Assistant Referee 1 Jan Hendrik Hintz NZL 8.3 --- Normal Assistant Referee 2 Ravinesh Kumar FIJ 8.2 --- NormalFourth Official Benjamin Williams AUS 8.3 --- NormalFIFA Referee Assessor Ingrid Jonsson SWEBlog Referee Observer Niclas E. GER
Final mark according to evaluation scale. Expected level for AARs and fourth official is 8.0, crucial mistake 7.7!
Mark if the final mark had not been influenced by a crucial mistake (only in case of a crucial mistake, to be held empty if no crucial mistake occurred).
Difficulty has to be integrated into the final mark. Levels of difficulty are: “normal”, “challenging” and “very challenging”.
Blog-Referee Observer =Inofficial referee observer appointed by the blog administrator.
(for referee, ARs andfourth official)
Description of the Marks9.0
Very good. Important decision(s) correctly taken.
Good. Expected level.
Satisfactory with small areas for improvement.
Satisfactory with important areas for improvement.
One clear and important mistake, otherwise 8.3 or above.
One clear and important mistake, otherwise 8.0
Below expectation, poor control, significant point(s) for improvement.
Disappointing. Below expectation with one and clear importantmistake or a performance with two or more clear and importantmistakes.
Small description of the match(extra-ordinary incidents etc.):
First match in Group B that was played in Gaziantep located in the Southern part of Turkey. Very good field and weather conditions supported an overall interesting match,even though the low amount of spectators was, like in all other matches thus far,disappointing. The match itself was ok, with a Greek side collecting three points in the end.The match revealed a few crucial moments for the referee. The rest of the match was quiteeasy-going so that the match difficulty he had to cope with was normal in the first andchallenging in the second half. In a sum therefore challenging.