It was about winning or flying: SV Bad Heilbrunn kept the chance to stay in the regional league with a 2-1 win in Gilching.
Gilching / Bad Heilbrunn – The committed and courageous performance of SV Bad Heilbrunn on Sunday at TSV Gilching / Argelsried was rewarded.
The team won 2: 1 (1: 1) and amazed coach Walter Lang: “Simply tremendous.
We needed commitment, fighting spirit and a little bit of luck and we had everything. "
The aggressive pressing of the Heilbrunn team after the first ten nervous minutes of scanning is impressive.
"We took it bravely and didn't let Gilching come into play."
His protégés were under enormous pressure before the game against their table neighbors.
"That was a very important game in which one point would hardly have helped us." But after nine minutes, Max Schnitzlbaumer made an exclamation mark when he prevailed on the left wing and passed Anton Krinner.
But he just missed the ball in the center.
Then goalkeeper Christoph Hüttl was called upon for a corner.
He dived the ball out of the threatened corner in a flash and was lucky that the margin only jumped to the outside post (14th).
Another quick advance over the left brought the lead.
Bene Specker prevailed and Thomas Schmöller converted his precise cross from close range (18th).
As a result, the home side came on a little better without being really dangerous.
The squeaky clean equalization (42nd) arose from a standard: Max Hölzl headed a free kick at the corner flag into the far corner.
SV Bad-Heilbrunn: Andreas Specker brings the victory
The Heilbrunners came out of the cabin with fresh courage, and their first foray brought renewed leadership.
Toni Krinner's first attempt was scraped off the line by a TSV defender, but Andi Specker took advantage of the confusion in the penalty area and scored from close range (46th).
Afterwards, the people of Heilbrunn withdrew a little.
After 62 minutes, Max Specker made his first appearance a good three months after his serious knee injury.
He was substituted on for his brother Bene.
The Gilching coach also reacted, bringing four fresh forces.
But the level of the brisk game sank, it became increasingly rustic.
The method with which the hosts tried their luck forward was now high and far, and HSV responded with the same means.
The relief attacks were rather rare.
The final phase was hectic when the ball landed in the Heilbrunn net, but the referee Barbara Karmann recognized a striker foul beforehand.
Nick Schnöller from Gilching was so angry that he first saw yellow and then yellow-red.
"A huge compliment to my team, they have withstood the tremendous pressure," praised Lang.
"Our victory was deserved over the entire season." (Ewald Scheitterer)
TSV Gilching / Argelsried - SV Bad Heilbrunn 1: 2 (1: 1)
Goals: 0: 1 (18th) Thomas Schmöller, 1: 1 (42nd) Max Hölzl, 1: 2 (46th) Andi Specker.
- Yellow-red: Nick Schnöller 90th + 2 (TSV / repeated grumbling).
- Spectators: 161.
Heilbrunn: Hüttl - Auer (87th, Fl. Schnitzlbaumer), Kapfhammer, Pföderl, Petzold - A. Specker, Pappritz, Krinner, M. Schnitzlbaumer - B. Specker (62nd, M. Specker), Schmöller (81st, Gellner ).