The storm duo hit! Christoph Daferner and Pascal Sohm shot Dynamo Dresden in the Sachsenderby at FSV Zwickau to the next third division away win.
Pascal Sohm (38th) scored the goals with a head and Christoph Daferner (45th + 2) with a controversial hand penalty.
The GGZ Arena in Zwickau was not a five-star gourmet temple, it served hearty home-style cooking. “Eene gang”, as it shone in red-white and black-yellow from the opposite stand, was put aside for 90 minutes.
The game was also hot-blooded from the coaches’ benches. Zwickau’s Yannick Möker suffered from the mercilessly intense duels in midfield, who injured his ankle after a punch with Christoph Daferner. He had to be driven out of the stadium on the stretcher.
After just under half an hour, Dynamo was playfully getting stronger, seized the action and stormed the FSV gate. At first Johannes Brinkies (29th) stood in the way. After a cross from Julius Kade, Christoph Daferner headed the ball on goal, Brinkies held brilliantly.
The Zwickau team showed that it was in: Nobody protested, not even the keeper – Dynamo 1-0 (38th).
After that Dynamo was lucky and FSV was unlucky: Just before the break, Sohm crossed, Steffen Nkansah turned away and got the pill in the penalty area on his arm.
The n there was an immediate break.
FSV coach Joe Enochs acted during the break, brought Felix Drinkuth for Nilas Miatke, and now played more offensively. And not just on paper. Zwickau was playing the game now, got faster, but not through. Dynamo stood like a rock. Ronny König also kept getting stuck and had to go out after an hour, Lars Lokotsch came for him.
But even with him, the hosts were safe. Only substitute Maximilian Wolfram (85th) caused a murmur. His shot from eleven yards went over it. In the end, the front runner simply seemed too confident for Zwickau. Without becoming particularly dangerous, Dresden rocked the thing home without any effort.
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Dynamo wins Sachsenderby FSV Zwickau remains front runner