The regional league game against FSV Lacanwalde was the perfect start for Semnitzer FC’s new coach Christian Divert.
Chemnitz – The perfect introduction to Christian Defert: the new coach Chemnitz FC On Saturday FSV celebrated with a 4: 1 win over his team on home soil against Lacanwalde.
In front of 2,048 spectators, the Sky Blues had plenty of ball in the first half hour, but they had no brilliant ideas near the penalty area.
Promoted Tim Campbell failed to find the back of the net in the 22nd minute when FSV goalkeeper Konstantin Filado was caught in the tight corner. And nothing happened.
1-0 in the 33rd minute was accidental. After receiving a pass from Lucas Ignor, Furkan Kirczek moved from the right edge of the penalty area to the middle and pushed the ball into the center. Central defender Edgar Patte came there and threw the ball into his own goal.
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After the retreat, the guests became bolder and more aggressive. However, CFC goalkeeper Isa Togen did not have to seriously intervene.
Even after the pages changed, Semnitz allowed the FSV to come and conduct counterattacks. This trick soon led to success.
In the 56th minute, Kirschzek served to Kevin Freiberger, who ran with him. He unselfishly gave the ball to Gillian Bagliuca, who was in excellent form. The Swiss, who came on to replace Christian Pickle, who was suspended in the opening XI, scored in the far corner to his left.
Ten minutes later, Owen Kurt was on his feet 3-0 and was unable to get the ball past Filado.
The visiting keeper then pushed Kampulka’s header over the crossbar with his fingertips (73 ‘).
There was nothing to stop Filado in the 80th minute. Kurt Felix sent Brookman vertically. The goalie did not finish himself, but hung on to Kirschke who ran with him. Increased to 3: 0.
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Guests who never gave up were rewarded four minutes later with a long-range shot from substitute Daniel Becker with a respectable goal.
Brookmann set up the end of a successful second half, technically skillfully sinking Pacliuca’s cross into goal.