With their second win of the season at the Bundesliga, Armenia have gained new confidence in continuing to fight in the Peelfeld League. Three days after the 0-2 bankruptcy at Herta BSc, the team of critically acclaimed coach Frank Kramer won 2-0 (0-0) against promoted VfL Bochum and narrowed the gap to at least a temporary push-up to three points. Pochum on the other hand is in the middle of the standings with 20 points.

After a cross from the right, Masaya Okokawa headed to the field (51.). Patrick Wimmer won 2-0 in the 69th minute at SchücoArena in front of 13,750 spectators. It was the season’s first home win of the ninth attempt for East Westphalia.

“Anyway, it’s nice to win the first home game,” said Wimmer Ann Sky: “We’ll definitely take three points with us, but we need to catch up now.” Bochum’s Gerrit Holtmann was bitterly disappointed: “We have not been in the game as we have been in the last few weeks. We can not do that.”

Before the “important game”, Kramer changed his starting lineup to three levels. Started with Andres Andrade, Johnny Serra and Florian Krooger for Jacob Larson (actor problems), Fabian Kunsey and Fabian Close (both banks).

After a difficult start with several duels in midfield, Alessandro Scoop scored on Peelfeld’s first excellent goal opportunity 20 minutes later. After a bad pass on Bochum’s captain Anthony Lozilla’s built-up game, the ball landed on Patrick Wimmer, who immediately played on the shop. But Austrian goalkeeper Manuel Riemann failed from close range.

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