Kiel / Dresden. The crisis at Dynamo Dresden did not want to end: Black and Yellow missed the expected release on Friday evening and lost 1: 2 (1: 0) despite leading in front of 8919 spectators at the Holstein hinge. This is the sixth consecutive defeat in a row for second division climbers, and the wind is thinning for celebrities, but coach Alexander Schmidt, who has failed for several weeks. The 53-year-old is more worried about his job than ever after his bankruptcy at Fjord.
Sports Managing Director Ralph Becker dismissed Sky’s expressions of loyalty to a coach he hired just six months ago. Only Leonberger said: “We are all disappointed now. We lost 2-1. I saw a team that tried everything. In the end it was not enough. Now we are digesting it.” .
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As expected, the home team got off to a great start. The dynamo retreated once, but after a quarter of an hour it freed itself more and more. In the 23rd minute, Christoph Daferner used a pass and was unable to defend the ball in the penalty area. But the ball came to Will, who forced Keele’s goalkeeper Thomas Dahne to take a shot in the corner.
Now the dynamo was in the trigger – and Haynes Morchel scored the third goal of the season. When Kiel’s Simon Lorenz could not clarify Königsdörffer’s (32nd) request, the former Uerdinger was struck by dust. Kiel, who recently had a shot opportunity by Louis Holtby (31st / Holt), then drew level. Newman’s shot went over it (43.), then the referee Florian Heft gave the questionable penalty as the ball went into the hands of Michael Solbauer. But Muhling missed. Prol guessed the corner and caught the ball with his left hand from the bottom corner (45th).
During the break both coaches changed once: Idonis for Schmidt Cade and Rob Fabian Reese for Steven Skripsky. Reese had a good chance after a corner kick, shot over the corner (47th). Benedict Fischer’s header was not bad either, past Dynamo’s left post (49th). Prol got twice as lucky. Keele was also lucky when Schrotter’s shot hit the crossbar (58th).
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Now it went back and forth because Holdby first checked the pro (59th) and then substitute Luca Herman Keele’s keeper Dahne (60th) got a deflected shot. The game broke down when substitute Idonis accidentally hit Newman in the stomach on his back and Heft gave him another penalty: this time Pichler called a pro, and Keel equalized 1-1 (64th). Two minutes later, Reese (66th) scored to give the hosts a 2-1 lead. It couldn’t have been worse for Dynamo.
The Saxons tried to equalize, but they gritted their teeth against the hinge defense. Heinz Mörschel was on the verge of despair: “This is a bad situation. We did not take a point.” This could lead to Schmidt losing his job.