After the 3-1 bankruptcy in the derby against TSV 1860, SpVgg Unterhaching is even stronger in the relegation battle.
Coach Arie Van Lent and captain Schwabl spoke after the game.
Unterhaching - The bottom line was once again just a sad realization.
Again no points, even worse in the relegation battle, the third division lights are slowly going out for the SpVgg.
After yesterday's basement duel between Uerdingen and Duisburg, the deficit to the saving bank even increased and there is still a risk of falling to the bottom of the table due to the upcoming catch-up games.
"It will be difficult", Schwabl had to admit, "but it is a matter of honor to throw everything in and fight for this club."
Sascha Mölders: "For a short time the game was sharp on the button"
After all, the captain had already subliminally accused colleagues of a lack of attitude.
He didn't do that this time: “Today I didn't see anyone who wasn't ready.” In fact, Haching perhaps delivered the best performance in this sobering calendar year 2021, and was on a par with the aspirant for a long time.
"For a short time the game was on the button," admitted Löwen striker Sascha Mölders, who made the preliminary decision with his overhead kick to make it 2-1.
"We got in well, were definitely more poisonous than the lions and fought the duels better and harder than the lions," said Schwabl.
The old problem stood in the way of success on this Friday evening too: Too many stupid mistakes lead to goals conceded.
This time there were even three, an unusually large number for Haching.
SpVgg Unterhaching: is the turning point still to come?
“It's always the same,” said Haching's captain in frustration, “we played really well and put three eggs in the back again.
What do you want to reproach us with today, except that we looked stupid when we conceded. ”But that's not enough to stay in the third division - Schwabl admits:“ That's why we're where we are. ”The There are fewer games and the points account is not full - a fateful development that can ultimately only result in relegation.
Because where will the turnaround come from on the home straight of the season?
Realistically speaking, even a small series is probably not enough for the Hachingen team to climb over the grain.
"But we will not be able to cancel the game", says Schwabl, "nobody will give us anything either, so we will continue on Sunday and hope that we can fix the mistakes."
Arie van Lent: "We will believe in it until the end."
For head coach Arie van Lent, who recently received severe criticism from some fans, but is still apparently backed by the Presidium, the situation is hardly less depressing.
"A 3: 1 sounds like a clear thing, but I think it wasn't that clear and we played a good derby," analyzed Unterhaching's coach.
"We were very decisive and fell behind out of nowhere." The Dutchman had to admit that his team ultimately killed itself: "We felt we decided the game against us with two own goals."