Similar to HSC Hannover, who lost 6-0 to Borussia Hildesheim, the mood was also in third tier TSV Havelse after they were eliminated from the NFV Cup at SSV Jeddeloh (Regionalliga). The rookie team did not reach 90 minutes – 0-0. In the subsequent penalty shootout, Kianz gave Froese, of all people, access. In the end, his argument moves to the next turn. “The team is sometimes criticized,” said Matthias Limbach, Havels’ sporting director, annoyed. “His braid was in good shape at the back, but we had too few ideas, too little accuracy. You just have to decide that in normal time.”
TSV found convincing opportunities only at the initial stage. Nils Beaurentz (15) and Julius Duker (16th) gave the best chances to score 1-0. “If we met there, it could also be an archery festival,” Limbach said.
‘No shame’ for newcomer Froese
His team didn’t really get into the game after that. Jadlouh’s side, who lost 5-0 in the league at the weekend against the Hannover 96 reserve, defended forcefully, but were rarely dangerous in attack.
So after a quiet 90 minutes I entered the penalty shootout. Canadian Fruze took direct responsibility in his first game and grabbed the first ball – but goalkeeper Marcel Bergmann grabbed it. Limbach: “Don’t reproach him. It’s a good sign that he wants to be there for us right away.”
Volster puts the decisive penalty into the post
Dennis Kenna, who was allowed to participate in the third line of defense, also received an award. After all: goalkeeper Tobias Stirl, who replaced seed Norman Quint, saved a penalty. But this did not bring any advantage, because Captain Tobias Follster put the decisive ball on the post. DFB-Pokal’s big goal actually ended for Havells after the first round. This means that the club also has to give up a lot of money that could have flowed into the DFB Cup. “Just annoying,” says Limbach.
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