2-0 success in catch-up match:
SV Sonsbeck continues to dominate the NFL
sonspeak Sonsbeck’s players also succeeded in a catch-up match at TSV Wachtendonk/Wankum. The leaders won 2-0 and are now nine points ahead of those chasing them on their way to the top.
In a catch-up match in the 13th round of the National Football League, SV Sunspeake beat TSV Washtendunk/Wancombe 2-0 (0-0) with late goals from Luka Janssen and Janis Putz. The white team finished the first half of the season with 33 points at the top of the table. On Saturday, they extended their lead over second team VSF Amern to nine points.
Coach Heinrich Losing had to change his starting lineup in one position compared to the previous week. Striker Klaus Keisers waved the ball due to a groin pain. For him, Ahma Alzedaue has moved into the starting lineup. Keser missed the first round badly because ninth in the table touched a lot of concrete in the back team. The first runner had a lot of the match from the start, but lacked penetrating power up front. Both defensive lines left nothing to be desired and showed why they are among the best in the league. There was a lack of scoring opportunities on both sides.
“We couldn’t win, especially in the first round. We tried to play with flats over and over, especially in the last third we had no ideas,” said the SVS coach, who made the switch after the break. Nearly 100 spectators brought a lot of patience and only saw the first attempts by Sonsbeckers Alexander Maas and Max Fuchs midway through the second half. In the 73rd minute, Eric Halls missed his best chance to score. “The shoe is only pinched in front. We are doing well in defense, but we are not able to reward ourselves,” said Guido Contreno, the home team coach, annoyed. After just five minutes, the guests showed why they are at the top this season.
Left, Jamie van de Loo did an excellent job refueling. Alexander Maas made his pass to Luka Janssen, who changed himself and made the score 1-0 (78). wa. / wa. He can no longer access the foreground. In injury time, the Sonsbeckers referee’s decision sparked excitement among the hosts: Jamie van de Loo was dropped in the penalty area. The referee gave a penalty, which Pütz safely converted with a powerful shot into the lower left corner to make it 2-0. “The penalty kick was more than questionable. Even Sonsbeck people were amazed at the referee’s whistle. But it didn’t matter if we lost 0:1 or 0:2. We had Sonsbeck on the verge of losing points. My boys put in a solid and cohesive team performance. The score was 0-0. Deserved. In the end, the highest quality prevailed. “The championship captain got his first real chance to score,” Contreno said. “We have always built patiently and rewarded each other with a good job,” his counterpart said.
I played: Whichelt. Meier, Elspaß, Schoofs, Leurs (80 Evertz), Werner, Pütz, Scheffler (77th Terfloth), Alzedaue (55 Janßen), Maas (90th Reuters), Fuchs (63rd van de Loo).