Berlin. If the rehearsal goes wrong, then the premiere succeeds – that’s what the audience in the theater thinks. We hope that the wisdom of the old actor will also apply to football, because Dynamo Dresden have clearly lost their last test match before the start of the new second division season. On the Bundesliga 1. FC Union Berlin defeated 3,278 spectators at Ander Alten Försterei 0:3 (0:2) on Saturday. They are now hoping that at the start of the sharp week against FC Ingolstadt things will improve and the top three points to stay in the league are counted. Anyway, they couldn’t renew their self-confidence against the newly formed Syndicates, just keeping up with them sometimes. “You don’t like to lose like that,” Dynamo coach Alexander Schmidt admitted afterwards.
Königsdorfer is surprisingly in the starting line-up
Schmidt had started with ‘EZERN’ in a 3-5-2 formation with Ransford-Yeboah Koenigsdorfer surprisingly emerging as the second attacker alongside Christoph Dufferner. The 19-year-old is yet to play in pre-season games after knee surgery. Now Schmidt took the last chance and watched the ex-Herthan for half an hour before the young man lost his power. Philip Heusener was absent due to digestive issues that weakened him during the week. Other than that, Schmidt built on a triple defensive streak with Michael Solbauer, Paul Weil and Tim Knipping, before that on Yannick Stark and Luca Hermann. Veteran overseas positions were held by Chris Lowe and former Zwickauer Maurice Schrotter. As expected, the playmaker was Heinz Murschel.
Click through: photos of the test match between Union Berlin and Dynamo Dresden.
In this formation Dynamo started lightly, the first minutes belong to the guests who also reached the first conclusion (third / more) through Königsdörffer. Schrötter dangerously entered the penalty area, but a pass pass to the middle was still visible (7). But then Al Ittihad, who were mainly newcomers, improved in the game and above all to a series of corner kicks, the third of which was headed dangerously close to the left of the goal by Ruben Knuche (twelfth). Now the union is more and more half-Saxons and has other opportunities: Tim Knipping first had to save against Markus Ingvartsen (24), then Ingvartsen checked the ball after losing the ball by Will-Kevin Proll with a full shot (27th position). Broll was challenged again when Pole Tymoteusz Puchacz pulled out from an acute angle (32).
Murchill forgives, meet the union
but also Dynamo could have made the score 1-0 when Heinz Morschel hit the goal from 15 metres, but missed it (34). But Union responded immediately, and Kniping was forced to block a shot from Andreas Vogelsamer, with Boschackz headed after a corner kick (35). Two minutes later, Köpenicker’s team took the lead when Ingvartsen Sollbauer slipped and hit hard in the upper right corner (37).
Dynamo then forgave the potential compensation when Weil failed from an acute angle to Andreas Luth at the Berliner Tour (40). But a misunderstanding in the Dresden back-team led to 2-0 for the hosts: Vogelsmer, coming from Bielefeld this summer, scored to make it 2-0. (42). “That frustrated us,” Schmidt nagged.
Al-Ittihad increased to 3-0 after the end of the first half
After the break, in which Schmidt-Schrotter replaced Brandon Borello, things got worse for the second-tier climber, because Ingvartsen took a corner kick, and Knoshi directed the ball with his untenable brow 3-0 to Union in the net (54). . Brühl then had to thwart the next First Division team’s chance against Vogelsamer (59th place). Suleiman with Allah also had the opportunity to extend the difference to Berlin when he overtook Will, but he also hit the goal (63.). The speed advantages of people from the capital, who turned cheerfully and also had former dynamo Robert Andrich on the field, were obvious. Last season’s top six are just one reason Union Julius Kade’s return to Dresden, which Berlin appears to be borrowing this time around. “We’d take him in with a kiss,” Schmidt admitted.
In a less impactful match from Dresdeners’ perspective, substitute Luca Stoer missed the potential honorary goal when he didn’t complete a stand-alone goal after a counter-attack, but played a poor cross to Panagiotis Vlachodimos, which the German-Greek was able to do. does not reach (75). In the final minutes, Dynamo had nothing more than to try to contain the damage. The third division champions were unable to advance up front, while the Dresden side had enough to do at the back to block more goals. Only at the last minute was there another possibility, but Flashodemus failed at close range due to Loth who ran out (90).
Dynamo: Broll – Knipping, Will, Sollbauer – C. Löwe (store 58), Herrmann (65th Akoto), Stark, Mörschel (58th Sohm), Schröter (46 Borrello) – Königsdörffer (33rd Vlachodimos), Daferner (72nd place). Aidonis)