November 5, 2018 D2 Match report: 1. FC Nürnberg – TSV Haunstetten 2018-11-05T19: 11: 24 + 00: 00 2nd Team Ladies
They had gone to Nuremberg to defeat an old curse, the “we can not win here” curse. But in the end, the Nuremberg disenchanted the Haunstetter sorcerer apprentices with 32:28. How could this happen? Well, either because the Haunstetter coaching team gave the protégés Patronus not the hoped-for and desired effect unfolded or because the clubbers just wanted the victory that day more.
The game started little magic. Only three minutes later, the club was able to accommodate the ball for the first time in Haunstetter housing before shortly thereafter the 16-year-old Vanessa Heinrich shook the first of her nine goals to make it 2-0 from the left magic hand. Haunstetten responded with Lea Bosch who whirlwind through the opposing defense witch and scored the equalizer with two hits in a row. Kati Meier was one more on top of that and our girls took the lead 3: 2; a guide that should be the only one in this game. Up to 5: 5 equalized the attack efforts of both teams, but from this point on, the club was able to get into the limelight and determined from then on the game. Although our girls always kept within striking distance, a foul and very erratic handling of the round game device prevented the backlog from being compensated and turned into a hairstyling lead. Consequence: The clubbers took a break with a 14:11 lead.
The traveling fans in the stands hoped for improvement in the second half, but were disappointed. Five minutes after the restart, the 1.FCN had already expanded to six goals at 18:13 and they expected the catch-up that became common in such cases. When nine minutes later our girls shortened to 19:22 the Haunstetter scented again morning air. It developed in the last 15 minutes a fighting game in which our girls unfortunately did not manage to move closer than two hits to the club. Again and again, the Nuremberg girls managed to succeed with simple, but ultimately effective clearing over the outside positions or in easily won 1-1 duels against a much too bad Haunstetter defense. When Nürnberg scored the 26:31 in the 56th minute, the duel was decided. The wands of our girls had this time remained dull and you had to compete with a bitter, because unnecessary defeat the way back to Augsburg.
So it is now in the other lessons in the subject “defense against foreign powers” well noted, in order to avoid similar negative experiences in the future. Opportunity already presents itself next Saturday in the game against the next Franconian opponent from Bayreuth.
TSV: Callsen-Bracker (goal); Kubitza (5/4); Meier (4); Spatzenegger (1); Table Inger; Kurtenbach (3); Schnorr (3); Schalk; Hochmair (3); Bosch (3); Lechner (2); Smotzek (4).