Unofficial Referee Observer
© Árbitro Internacional & The Third Team
Quarterfinals, 07 July 2013, 17:00 CET - Kayseri (TUR)
Match Officials Name ORI Mark
Referee Benjamin Williams AUS 8.2 --- NormalAssistant Referee 1 Matthew Cream AUS 8.3 --- NormalAssistant Referee 2 Hakan Anaz AUS 8.3 --- NormalFourth Official Bakary Papa Gassama GAM 8.3 --- NormalReserve Assistant Referee Angesom Ogbamarian ERIBlog Referee Observer Nur H. ENG
Final mark according to evaluation scale.
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 and fourthofficial)
Description of the Marks9.0 -10.0
8.5 - 8.9
Very good. Important decision(s) correctly taken.
8.3 - 8.4
Good. Expected level.
Satisfactory with small areas for improvement.
8.0 - 8.1
Satisfactory with important areas for improvement.
One clear and important mistake, otherwise 8.3 or above.
One clear and important mistake, otherwise 8.0 - 8.2.
7.5 - 7.7
Below expectation, poor control, significant point(s) for improvement.
7.0 - 7.4
Disappointing. Below expectation with one and clear important mistake or a performance with two or more clear and important mistakes.
6.0 - 6.9
Small description of the match(extra-ordinary incidents etc.):
The Kadir Has Stadium, Kayseri was the setting with 5810 in attendance as Iraq took on Korea Republic for a place in the semifinals. Although the stadium was not at full capacity, both sets of fans (especially theIraqi's) created a very pleasant atmosphere. This particular game was even for most parts, with neither nationreally taking the initiative.Iraq took the lead three times in this game (21', 42' & 118'). However, to their credit, the Koreans peggedthem back each time (25', 50' & 120+2). Korea Republic's dramatic late equaliser meant penalties wererequired. Iraq successfully dispatched five spot-kicks compared to the four converted by the Koreans. As aresult of this victory, Iraq will travel to Trabzon to face Uruguay for a place in the final. Whereas the Koreanswere left ruining missed opportunities, wondering what could've been as they exited.