Berlin. In a catch-up match of the 26th round, the originally scheduled four-and-a-half weeks ago fell victim to Hurricane Zeinab, 1. FC Leipzig won a slim 1-0 victory at the Berliner AK stadium on Wednesday night. The blue and yellow teams are now unbeaten in ten matches. With the top three since February 12, Probstheidaer climbed to third in the Northeast Regional League table behind BFC and Carl Zeiss Jena.
There have been three changes for Leipzig compared to last Saturday’s 1-1 draw against FC Ellenburg: defender Mike Egliseider is back, Tom Nattermann has been given the advantage in attacking position, and substitute goalkeeper Niklas Muller made his regional league debut after only sitting on the bench on Saturday for reasons disciplinary. Stammkeeper Jan-Ole Sievers continues to lack fitness after contracting Covid.
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On bumpy ground at the Poststadion in Berlin – Moabit, there was no orderly flow of the match in the first half. Both teams seemed to be trying to play a useful passing game – but that rarely worked and eventually at the edge of the penalty area it was over. BAK did a little better, creating two smaller chances, but Müller subtly destroyed them.
In the second half it continued similarly: a lot of joking and spraying. The danger came from set-pieces for the most part – but that’s exactly how the goal came: Robert Berger’s long throw in from the right extended Eglisder with a header and in the middle Tom Natterman converted the quickest and curled the ball into the net. It was the golden goal of the evening, because Luke took the lead over time with a strong and powerful defensive team Niklas Muller in goal.
Almedin Civa has had a week without a game for the last time in a long while: Next Wednesday, VSG Altglienicke will visit Bruno Plache – it’s the start of four straight weeks of English for 1. FC Lok.
While 1. FC Lok improved significantly, FC Eilenburg was by no means able to match the last two good performances (1–0 win over Altglienicke ten days ago, 1–1 on Saturday at Probstheida). The people of Moldstat also played in the capital and lost 5-0 in the Borussia Tennis. Already at 0: 2 after 30 minutes, the Eilenburgers, who were overshadowed this time, were on the way to losing.
locomotive: Müller – Berger, Iglsdir, Sirch, Muhammedovich – Biblica (82 Heineke), Abd al-Rahman – Ojedi (82 Saliwski), Pfeffer (Schlecht-ninety), Rangelov (75 Vovak) – Natermann (Ateljan 75); Target: 0: 1 Netterman (55) Target: Netterman (55).
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