4-0 against Kaiserslautern
Table topper Victoria Berlin continues to shuffle the third division
Third match, third win: Newly promoted Victoria Berlin promoted to the third division. On Sunday Hempellawen beat Kaiserslautern 4-0 (2-0). Himmelblauen laid the foundation for success early on.
Three games, three wins, 10 goals: 1: Victoria Berlin’s dream at the start of the third division season is perfection. Benedetto Musicato’s team beat Kaiserlautern 4-0 (2-0) on Sunday. Himmelblauen is the only team that has not awarded any points so far and leads the standings in front of the second representation of Borussia Dortmund and Magdeburg.
Victoria started the match confidently and with a great offensive motive. Results? My best two chances are in the first three minutes. While Lutheran’s Boris Tomyak was able to block a shot from Lucas Falcao on the first (second) attempt, there were blue cheers shortly afterwards: After Tolkay Siggersey’s preparatory exercise, Björn Jubek examined the FCK’s sleepy defense at the penalty kick and struck at the end Sit 1-0 for the rookie team (third).
The next exclamation point from Victoria – and at the same time a setback for the damaged traditional club of the Rhineland-Palatinate and the 1,240 fans in the completely sold out guest building. Their mood almost came on in the eighth minute: Marius Klinsorgi – who joined the team shortly before the match for the injured Kenny Prince Redondo – shot wide from the left corner (eighth).
Cigerci increased before the break
It should be your last big chance right now in this fast paced game. It was also because there were a lot of bugs in the game of both teams. Lautern repeatedly made mistakes in the preliminary match and the Berliners tried to capitalize on them. At least until first-half injury time: At one point, Cigerci tapped Felix Gotze – brother of world champion Mario – to score 2-0 for Victoria (45+2).
Kaiserslautern wanted to respond noticeably after the break – and immediately. Marco Antwerp team pressure. Nicholas Sessa and Hendrik Zuk failed first because of Victoria’s goalkeeper Julian Krahl and then on the outside nets (52). But on this stormy stage, Victoria again met the guests: Enes Küc warmed up, Falcao completed (52nd place). It was an early decision.
Post, wave and aim Joker
But it wasn’t the end of Victoria’s party. Ten minutes later, Tigers almost scored the fourth goal for the owners of the land. His ball hit the post (63.). In the 84th minute, it was time: after hitting the crossbar by Lukas Pinkert, substitute Erhan Yilmaz used the rebound to make the score 4-0. That was the end result for angry climber and tabletop leader Victoria Berlin.
Broadcast: rbb UM6, August 15, 2021, 6.15 pm
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