Zug – Ambri 2: 3
The game – Ambri’s first half of March was difficult. With six bankruptcies in twelve days. The team ran on the rims and was completely exhausted in Rappi (1: 3). President Lombardi was forced to write an open letter and emphasize, among other things, that the Biancoblu had worse seasons.
The six-day break from the match did the Leventines good. They look fresher and livelier. The EVZ engine, on the other hand, has starting difficulties. Because the people of Zug come from an unusual week. After two positive corona cases, they end the quarantine for three days in the OYM performance center in single rooms. After another test on Wednesday, they start with the team training. Four regular employees (Zehnder, Senteler, Schlumpf, Cadonau) are still in isolation, and juniors are running for them. With Allenspach (18), one of these teenagers managed to equalize – it was his first NL goal.
After Ambri coach Cereda has repeatedly demanded that his best players also have to be the best, it is a goal debutant with Dal Pian who shoots the Biancoblu in the front again.
To make up for the deficit this time, the Zugers are having a harder time. Because they negotiate three penalties one after the other in the starting minutes of the final third. The box play works, also because Ambri’s outnumbered game has never been impressive. But then big chances are missed (Shore, 54th). You keep running, the precision is missing in the end, and goalie Conz keeps calm even in the hustle and bustle. This is how the Leventines earn their first victory in March and celebrate a small resurrection.
The best – Giacomo Dal Pian (Ambri). The 27-year-old doesn’t score a single time for 35 games, then he shoots Leader Zug single-handedly with two goals.
The plum – Livio Stadler (train). The defender cannot avoid the fact that he is always a risk factor in defense.
The goals – 8. Perlini (Zwerger) 0: 1. 29. Allenspach (Bachofner) 1: 1. 38.Dig Pian (Fig) 1: 2. 57.Dig Pian (Kneubühler, Fig) 1: 3. 60. Alatalo 2: 3.
Published: March 19, 2021, 10:15 p.m.
Last updated: March 19, 2021, 10:17 p.m.