VFL Wolfsburg – Union Berlin 1: 0: “VFL Kruse” in the upward trend

Max Kruse celebrated a 1-0 (1: 0) work win against his ex-club Union Berlin with the VFL Wolfsburg.

Max Kruse did not squeeze the stamp to play his team this time. After the final whistle step the ex-national player interchanged in the 85th minute in the long winter coat, but in the square and congratulated his colleagues.

“I find it fair,” Kruse summarized at Sky after the 1-0 (1: 0) against his ex-club Union Berlin. He himself showed a discrete idea, rather pale and was not a crucial factor in the game of Lower Saxony.

“Madness that we do not win the game. We play on a goal,” emphasized Unions Grischa Prömel at Sky. VfL coach Florian Kohfeldt did not care – he ripped the arms after the final whistle. It was a flattering victory for the North Germans, but the Wolfsburg coach was all pretty fault.

Demanding: For the decisive goal, the Cup semi-finalist itself. After a corner of Maximilian Arnold, Union striker Taiwo Awoniyi bunged the ball in the 24th minute by head into his own goal, Berlin’s Keeper Andreas Luthe came too late.

Due to a dedicated performance, however, guests would have earned at least one point. The North Germans started with a post-shot of Xaver Schlager (3.) Furios, but then the Berliner convinced with interesting combinations, wise tempowels as well as a healthy dual-fighting hardness.

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Wolfsburg: Nmecha celebrates comeback

Multiple wobbled the Wolfsburg defensive questioningly, but it was really dangerous but only with a shot of Dominique Heintz (14th), the final closed Koen Castel briefly arrived from a short distance. Kohfeldt was visibly nervous and worked his chewing gum even more intensively than usual.

“Kruse is a dangerous Schleicher,” Kohfeldt’s trainer colleague Urs Fischer had said about his former difference over his former difference in January from Berlin to Wolfsburg. But the Routinian was rarely shone and met the wrong decisions several times. A used day for the ex-Unioner.

Even after the side change, the guests took the booklet of action in front of 15,703 spectators. And would have been rewarded almost quickly, Awoniyi met the external network in the 48th minute from a pointed angle.

The hosts were almost nothing more in the forward movement in the next time. Kohfeldt reacted and replaced the Poland Bartosz Bialek in the 64th minute by Lukas Nmecha. For the national player, it was after a lengthy ankle injury of the first commitment this year. After only five minutes of use, Nmecha met the slatted cross.

VfL Wolfsburg – Union Berlin: The statements

Wolfsburg: Castels – Mbabu, Bornauw, Brooks, Roussillon – Arnold – Baku (76th Steffen), Schlager (64. Vrancckx) – Kruse (85th Gerhardt) – Bialek (65th Lukas Nmecha), Wind

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Berlin: Luthe – Baumgartl, Knoche, Heintz (82. Öztunali) – Ryerson, Khedira (82. ujah), OCCIPKA – Haraguchi (64th Möhwald), Prömel – Awoniyi (71. Michel), Becker (71. Voglsammer)

LIVE! Flensburgs important step towards quarterfinals

In the home game against FC Porto, there was a 26:26 (14:13) -Remis for the SG on Wednesday, with which the North Germans defended the fifth place in the preliminary round group B. But since it is not yet decided on how the European Handball Federation (EHF) deals with the outstanding games of the Ukrainian master HC Saporoschje, the table situation remains open.

Teitur Einarsson was 1134 spectators with eight gates of best Flensburger werfer. For Porto, the German international Djibril M’bengue came to six hits.

In the North Germans, the switching game worked very well at the beginning. The defensive was initially very safe. Almost six minutes, the SG did not concede a head hit and transformed a 4: 6 residue in a 9: 6 guidance during this time. Then the beefy backpart player Pedro Valdes made the Flensburg defense some problems.

At the beginning of the second half, M’bengue launched the guests at 17:16 (36th). At the Flensburgers lacked the retention of the goalkeepers in this phase. The North Germans fought back, but in the last attack gave the potential chance to win.

Statistics for the game:

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SG Flensburg-Handewitt – FC Porto 26:26 (14:13)

Goals: Einarsson (8), Steinhauser (5), God Fridssson (5), Golla (4), Jakobsen (2), Mensah Larsen (1), Sogard Johannessen (1) for Flensburg – M’bengue (6 ), Veitia Valdes (5), Iturriza Alvarez (5), Areia Rodrigues (3), De Abrow (2), Salina Amador (2), Silva Sousa Martins (1), Branquinho (1), Maglhaaes (1) for Porto

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