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Lesson for lame Langengeislingers

2021-10-11T08:37:25.018Z

FC Langengeisling had lost three times in a row, while FC Moosinning had drawn three times in a row. Even before the derby on Saturday in Geisling it was clear that a series would end: It was that of the FCM, who reported back to the top group of the District League East with a clear 5: 1 (3: 1). The FCL, on the other hand, continues to slide and is only three points away from the relegation place.



FC Langengeisling had lost three times in a row, while FC Moosinning had drawn three times in a row. Even before the derby on Saturday in Geisling it was clear that a series would end: It was that of the FCM, who reported back to the top group of the District League East with a clear 5: 1 (3: 1). The FCL, on the other hand, continues to slide and is only three points away from the relegation place.

Langengeisling / Moosinning - The district derbies in the district league all had a strange course this year: In Langengeislinger's 3-2 win against Dorfen, FCL were 3-0 ahead after 37 minutes, and the final result was already behind in Dorfen's 5-0 win against Moosinning 43 minutes fixed. And this time, too, things went fast, because after only 13 minutes Moosinning was already 3-0 up in Langengeisling, so the game was actually over.

After just two minutes it was somehow clear that it would not be the day of the FCL. First two FCL players in midfield ran into a ball conquest, the leather landed in the FCL penalty area, a defender hit his teammate when he tried to break free, the ball fell right at the feet of Alex Auerweck, who had no trouble to insert a short distance to 1-0. After a good five minutes, Stefan Haas kicked a corner kick in, and Georg Ball was able to head in. But it got even worse for the hosts when Alex Auerweck cleared his brother Thomas, who put the ball into the far corner to make it 3-0 and left goalkeeper Christian Brader no chance (13th).

Against the confused Geislinger, who never found their game and acted far too imprecisely, the guests continued to put pressure on, and Maxi Lechner initiated some dangerous situations, especially on the right side. Apart from a long-range shot by Rene Mecking, which went far past the goal, the FCL could not see it. Up to the 39th minute: Lucas Seeholzer won a duel against Christian Reiser in the penalty area and hit the far corner to make it 3-1.

So hope grew again among the hosts that they might be able to turn the game around after the break. But the hope lasted only three minutes, then Michael Faltlhauser saw the red card after a foul - a somewhat controversial decision. However, the Geislinger was already charged with yellow, so that he would have to leave the field anyway, because the foul was yellow-worthy in any case. When Mäx Lechner then chased the leather up into the far corner to make it 4-1 just eight minutes later, the game was finally decided.

The last half an hour didn’t change much, some (Moosinning) didn’t want to, others (Langengeisling) couldn’t.

The FCM easily downplayed the game and finally went one better.

Lukas Treffler, who had recently been substituted on, pushed the ball from an acute angle through Brader's legs to make it 5-1 for Moosinning.

Even if the victory for the yellow-blacks turned out a bit too high in the end, it was definitely deserved.

Source: merkur

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