Our U21 remains at the top of the Saarland League table! Our second from coach Marco Emich won the away game at VfL Primstal 2-1 on Sunday and thus remains in first place in front of the sports fans Köllerbach. The lead is currently only two points, but Köllerbach played a game more than our U21s.
Back to the game in Primstal: The result suggests a close gameplay, but the balance of power on the court was relatively clear. Right from the start, our second acted as the better team, made a good game and developed a variety of opportunities. Muhamed Alawie was able to use one of them after a good half hour to achieve the due 1-0 lead (33.). Just a few minutes later, our second increased to 2: 0, when Kai Merk confidently put a penalty into the goal (39 ').
Our U21 stayed on in the second half - but it was still exciting. The host from Primstal came back into play in the 57th minute when Tobias Scherer reduced the score to 1: 2 with a Sunday shot. “If you only lead with one goal, something can still happen. So it was a little bit unnerving that we made the game so tight, ”said coach Emich, who was able to observe numerous opportunities for his team as the game progressed. So Alawie awarded another penalty, twice the crossbar was in the way and prevented the next goal of our U21. "We really had a lot of other chances and should have won higher," said Emich: "The result looks closer than the game actually was." But even if our second could not add a third goal, Primstal remained until the final whistle too harmless to balance. Despite the scarce end result, the away win was "definitely well deserved," summed up Marco Emich.
For him and his team, the next Sunday, March 31st, will continue with an exciting home game in the Kohlwald Stadium. The fifth in the table, SV Auersmacher, will be guests at 15.00 p.m.
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press report written by: Christina John