Dynamo Dresden proved its efficiency! Thanks to Philipp Hosiner, Patrick Weihrauch and Christoph Daferner, the SGD celebrated a clear away win at MSV Duisburg.
Philipp Hosiner (25th), Patrick Weihrauch (53rd) and Christoph Daferner (55th) scored for the black and yellow.
SGD coach Markus Kauczinski did not make any personal changes compared to the 2-0 win against Unterhaching, but sent the same team into the race in Duisburg. The 3-4-1-2 formation also stayed the same.
Before the game could pick up speed, a small injury interruption caused the first moment of shock for the Dresdeners.
Midfielder Paul Will remained on the grass after a duel (3rd), had to be treated, but was able to continue.
The hosts had more parts of the game in the beginning, so they came to the first conclusion. The released Ahmet Engin tried his hand at the Dresden penalty area, but his attempt to shoot (8th) was successfully blocked by Tim Knipping.
Goalkeeper Kevin Broll did not have to intervene and was largely unemployed as a result.
The black-and-yellows – who ran in wine-red – only rarely came to dangerous attacks because the counterattacks were sometimes not played well.
Ransford Königsdörffer’s (14th) flank attempt, which turned dangerously on goal, was more of a coincidence.
And yet the dynamos were freezing cold, and not just because of the temperatures around three degrees Celsius. Captain Sebastian Mai took a throw-in in his own half, Yannick Stark showed a good overview and shifted the game to the left side, where Jonathan Meier picked up speed.
The 21-year-old matched Philipp Hosiner in the middle, who scored 1-0 for the guests by direct acceptance (25th).
Standards remained THE recipe for success of the Dresdeners in the second round. Again by a throw-in, Patrick Weihrauch made it 2-0 (53rd). Hosiner had previously extended with the back of his head, Daferner pulled into the penalty area and crossed the scorer.
To the shock of the zebras, Dynamo stepped up a minute later and made the preliminary decision. After a corner kick, kicked by Weihrauch, Daferner (55th) was allowed to hold out his foot completely unhindered and thus marked the 3-0 from the point of view of the guests. The fourth victory in a row: They controlled from behind Saxony the happening and brought the result over time.