Zwickau. FSV Zwickau versus Dynamo Dresden – In fan circles this game was also referred to as a “friendly game”. While the two clubs were still competitors in the GDR league, they are now linked by a friendship that was established by the ultra groups. Red Kaos from Zwickau and Ultras Dynamo are very close.
The fans are “a lot” was emphasized before the first leg and now again.
The Zwickau had even started a ghost ticket campaign before today’s duel in the 3rd soccer league. A total of 16,825 ghost tickets were sold. It wasn’t about friendship or honor, but about points. And Dynamo got it.
The black and yellow won 2-0 and remain at the top of the table.
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Final whistle: Dynamo wins confidently with 2-0. In the second half, Dresden controlled the game and the opponent, did only the bare minimum and were especially dangerous by standards. Markus Kauczinski’s team had already taken the lead in the first half thanks to goals from Pascal Sohm and Christoph Daferner.
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90. Minute + 1: Marvin Stefaniak gets a few more minutes. He replaces Heinz Mörschel, who played a rather inconspicuous game today. This is a classic Tactical change.
88. Minute: The re are still two minutes left to play. That will be the next three points for Dynamo today. Zwickau can hardly think of anything in the second half, and Dynamo doesn’t do more than necessary. And the FSV is slowly running out of time.
81. Minute: Markus Kauczinski is changing for the first time. He brings striker for striker. Philipp Hosiner comes into the game, while Christoph Daferner leaves the field.
77. Minute: 13 minutes are left to play. But at the moment it doesn’t look like anything will change in the result. Dynamo only does the bare minimum. Zwickau can think of nothing except long balls, which Dresden’s back line defends without any problems. 68. Minute: Dresden has everything under control here. Host Zwickau can think of little or nothing against the good Dynamo defense. Tim Knipping has completely taken FSV striker Ronny König out of the game, who was therefore also substituted in the 61st minute. At the front, the black and yellow are still only dangerous by standards. Little goes out of the game.
62. Minute: Kevin Ehlers receives a yellow card for his tackle in midfield against Morris Schröter. It’s his second of the season.
59. Minute: Today’s “audience number” appears on the display board. A total of 16,825 ghost tickets were sold. The oretically, there is only room for 10,134 spectators in the GGZ-Arena in Zwickau.
51. Minute: Markus Kauczinski’s team pick up where they left off in the first half. You control the game and your opponent. But it is usually only dangerous according to standards.
The teams are back on the field and the second half is underway. Dynamo will be very happy with the result. Zwickau, on the other hand, has to see that they take part in the game a little more if they want to be successful today.
Pause: Sebastian Mai is a guest at the TV colleagues of the MDR. On his return to his old place of work he says: “I would like to come back to Zwickau. I had a great time here. ”
The red-banned Dynamo captain is a bit surprised about the 2-0 lead. “I wasn’t expecting it so clearly. Before the game, I even had a bit of a whack. But our chain of three has it under control very well. Ronny König is particularly good at defending Knippser (Tim Knipping, editor’s note).
The re is always a safeguard. “
Half-time: Dynamo confidently leads 2-0
Pause: Dresden leads 2-0 at the break. Based on the last 15 minutes, the result is absolutely okay. Dynamo had taken control of the game more and more.
The goals by Pascal Sohm and Christoph Daferner followed.
45. Minute + 1: Christoph Daferner grabs the ball and takes responsibility.
The Dynamo striker shoots humorlessly in the middle, FSV goalkeeper Johannes Brinkies jumps into the right corner. That’s 2-0 for Dynamo. Shortly afterwards, referee Patrick Kessel whistles for the break.
45. Minute + 1: In the meantime, stoppage time in the first half is running and Dynamo has been awarded a penalty. Steffen Nkansah jumps the ball to the hand, this penalty can be given. Referee Patrick Kessel doesn’t hesitate for a second.
The re are still seven minutes after the break. Dynamo is now taking over the game a little more and is rewarded for it. After a corner from Paul Will, Pascal Sohm’s head is on the spot.
The ball bounces off the post behind the line. It’s 1-0 for Dynamo. If you take the last few minutes as a basis, this result is not undeserved.
29. Minute: With Julius Kade, Dynamo has the best chance of the game so far. After a corner kick, the midfielder in the right half-field comes to the ball and spoons it back into the penalty area. Only late does Johannes Brinkies pull the play equipment that pops up shortly before. But the FSV goalkeeper jumps into his right corner in time and can clear the corner.
22. Minute: It seems as if Zwickau has thought about a new variant for corner kicks.
The corner balls have always been hit on the short post. A cluster of Zwickau players gathers there.
The Dynamo defense around goalkeeper Kevin Broll has so far been able to confidently defend the flanks.
The teams mainly meet in midfield, which means that there are many duels. Yannik Möker from Zwickau also feels this. He twists his foot in a press blow and has to be replaced due to injury. For him, Maurice Hehne comes into play.
13. Minute: Julius Kade comes a good 17 meters from the goal to the ball, lets an opponent get out and pulls away. For Johannes Brinkies, the shot is not a problem.
The FSV goalkeeper dives and has the ball safely.
11. Minute: Zwickau comes into play better and has held up well so far. Both teams wait in the attack game first. It usually only becomes dangerous after set pieces.
5. Minute: Dynamo immediately takes control of the game, has more possession in the first few minutes and wins the duels. After a corner from Paul Will, Leroy Kwadwo also has the first half chance for Dynamo. But referee Patrick Kessel whistles a free kick for Zwickau goalkeeper Johannes Brinkies.
Kicking off: Referee Patrick Kessel from Kassel whistles for the match between Zwickau and Dresden. Dynamo plays in the usual black and yellow jerseys.
The FSV wears white jerseys and red pants.
1:54 p.m .: Markus Kauczinski speaks to his colleagues from MDR: “Zwickau was looking forward to the game for a long time. You will demand everything from us today. “
1:34 p.m .: Today is a special day for head coach Markus Kauczinski as well as for Niklas Kreuzer, who returned from Dynamo. Both are now more in the public eye than ever, and both are celebrating their birthdays today. “We sang in the morning,” said Markus Kauczinski to the MDR.
The re wouldn’t have been any cookies.
Although Niklas Kreuzer showed a strong performance against VfB Lübeck last Sunday and celebrated a real dream comeback with a goal of his own, the birthday child is only on the reserve bench today.
1.00 p.m .:
The lists have just arrived hot off the press. Dynamo starts with the following formation: Broll – Ehlers, Knipping, Kwadwo – Königsdörffer, Will, Kade, Meier – Daferner, Sohm, Mörschel.
Markus Kauczinski only changes his starting eleven in one position compared to the previous week against Lübeck. After a strong comeback, Niklas Kreuzer has to sit down on the bench again. Ransford-Yeboah Königsdörffer returns to the team after his yellow card suspension. Also sitting outside: Wiegers, Stefaniak, Hosiner, Großer, Löwe and Stor.
The memories of the first leg are not the best. “It was one of our weakest performances,” remembers midfielder Paul Will, who will replace Yannick Stark with a shoulder injury on Saturday (kick-off at 2pm). But not only the performance was bad in mid-October and the result (1: 2) accordingly, Chris Löwe also seriously injured his knee after Zwickau’s Julius Reinhardt got on too hard.
The re will be no new duel between the two, Dynamo’s left-back is still out, Reinhardt was only on the bench recently. Leo wants to attack again in the next season at the latest.
“It’s a game in which we have to make up for something,” said Dresden coach Markus Kauczinski, who remembers the first leg painfully. We have to counter that. ”
The opponent is also well rested.
The last third division game was played by Westsachsen on February 10th, losing 3-2 on the snow-covered lawn of the second Bayern team.
The two games scheduled after that were canceled – at 1. FC Saarbrücken only an hour before kick-off.
The anger and frustration about the long and unnecessary journey was deep at the FSV. Joe Enochs’s team hadn’t lost the five previous games.
In addition to Stark and Löwe, the other long-term injuries Robin Becker, Patrick Weihrauch and Marco Hartmann as well as the last red-banned captain Sebastian Mai will be canceled at Dynamo. “I have never experienced such a phase with so many extremely serious and extremely varied injuries to that extent,” said Kauczinski. “This gives you the feeling that you always have to start over.”
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