The EV Moosburg ice hackers won 8: 4 in Selb and remained unbeaten.
In the meantime, however, it didn't look like a clear idea.
- Third game for EV Moosburg, third victory for EV Moosburg: In the reserve of the VER Selb, coach Bernie Englbrecht's team won 8: 4 goals on Sunday evening and thus defended second place in the national league table.
Although the result sounds clear, the trip to Upper Franconia was no walk in the park.
Despite a clear lead, the guests from Upper Bavaria did not manage to close the sack early and had to worry again at the beginning of the third period.
Ultimately, the Moosburg team remained unbeaten in the third game of the season and are currently the only pursuer of front runner EV Dingolfing.
EVM lightning start in the ghost game
In a ghost game without spectators - due to high corona incidence values in the Selb region - the start of the EVM went perfectly.
Because although Jakob Killermann was in the penalty box, the guests came through Peter Abstreiter, who was served by Miloslav Horava, to the 1-0 lead (3rd).
With the second goal (8th), the two veterans shone as preparers and hung up for their young colleague Giuseppe Parlato.
The Isarstadters' joy lasted only six seconds - then Selb turned away from the face-off through top scorer Ricco Warkus to 1: 2.
As a result, the guests were on the trigger again, but they needed until shortly before the third break to restore the old gap with their first outnumbered game.
Stefan Groß was the goal scorer (19th).
The Schlendrian finds its way into Moosburg
In the second round, the hosts were allowed to play first.
Patrick Pfänder again reduced the lead to 2: 3 (28th).
That seemed to have irritated the EVM cracks, Petr Horava and Vincenz Maier followed up with hits number four (32nd) and five (35th).
But as has already been observed several times in this young season with the Green-Yellows, now the meander has arrived.
Now everyone wanted to.
The result: EVM keeper Max Englbrecht was pretty much alone when the game was set up incorrectly.
Like at 3: 5, when the guests recklessly lost the target and self-attacker Warkus scored his second goal that evening (40th).
Or when the Wolves scored 4-5, when Fabian Bauer used an assist from Warkus 20 seconds after the start of the final third.
It's just a good thing that EV Moosburg had a cool Stefan Groß in its ranks on Sunday.
The 23-year-old scored again on a pass from Miloslav Horava in the 46th minute his second goal in the majority and thus ensured a little peace.
The guests from the Dreirosenstadt went back to work more concentrated and only allowed a little.
A possible final offensive by the hosts was nipped in the bud, because Giuseppe Parlato (56th) and Peter Abstreiter (57th) scored two goals for the EVM's 8-4 victory.
VER Selb 1b - EV Moosburg 4: 8 (1: 3, 2: 2, 1: 3)
0: 1 (2:40) defender (M. Horava), 0: 2 (7:50) Parlato (M. Horava, defender), 1: 2 (07:56) Warkus (thousand), 1: 3 (18:22) Large (M. Horava, defender), 2: 3 (27:58) Pfänder (E. Neumann), 2: 4 (31:57) P. Horava (killer man, defender), 2: 5 ( 34:38) Maier (M. Horava, owner), 3: 5 (39:23) Warkus (farmer), 4: 5 (40:20) farmer (Warkus), 4: 6 (45:27) large (M . Horava), 4: 7 (55:43) Parlato (defender), 4: 8 (56:16) defender (M. Horava, owner).
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