The SE Freising lost at the regional league season opener against TSV Kastl with 2: 5 (2: 3).
- There is now a new, digital billboard in the Savoyer Au (sponsored by Hofbrauhaus Freising), and the ad operator had a lot to do on Saturday afternoon at the start of the league and Freising's first home game.
The game against the guests from Kastl was less than two minutes old when a one lit up on “Heim”. Sebastian Niedermayer, 19-year-old newcomer from Deggendorf, cleverly captured the ball on the left flank, the subsequent shot hit the left corner of the cross - Kastl's keeper Fabian Taube didn't even react (2nd). And the Niedermayer Festival almost continued, only a little later another shot from the youngster hit the post (8th). Freising started lively, but after 20 minutes the euphoria was over. And it wasn't one of the young players who went wrong, but assistant coach Flo Bittner. Freising's veteran played a disaster cross pass almost at the center line, Kastl splashed in between and countered over Dominik Grothe to equalize (18.).
Less than ten minutes later, Bittner failed again, again Grothe was able to close easily after a Thiel pass (26th).
But the yellow-black team, who continued to make a few mistakes, especially in the setup of the game, did not lag behind.
First of all, newcomer Benedict Geuenich failed because of the strong TSV keeper Taube (32nd), but shortly before the break, the leather was in.
Domagoij Tiric, substituted for the ailing captain Flo Schmuckermeier, played a buttery diagonal pass, Andi Manhart was up and away on the right and equalized (44th).
Half-time was not yet, however, and so the Lerchenfelder fell behind again.
Bittner made another mistake, and Freising's defense was unsorted - Leonhard Thiel didn't care (45th + 4).
The debut failed: The SEF veterans Flo Bittner and Michael Schmid had a pitch-black afternoon.
However, anyone who thought Freising would break up completely after the break was taught better.
It was not the favorite from Kastl that determined the game, it was rather the Eintracht men who equalized.
But Benedict Geuenich hit the post again (52nd) and Kastl's goalkeeper parried in dire need, such as against Flo Bittner (67th) In a promising position, youngster Luka Brudtloff got the ball in the penalty area, but Fabian Taube just cleared the leather to the corner (78th).
That was supposed to take revenge - ten minutes before the end of the fair the fair was read: This time Michael Schmid made a mistake, Sebastian Spinner closed safely (80th).
Sebastian Handle's 5: 2 was no more than a cosmetic result (90th).
“Anyone who gives their opponent four goals,” summed up coach Alex Plabst dryly, “has no chance in a game like this.” In addition, the SEF coach complained - as in preparation - that there were still too many playback errors and technical problems. "It was positive that our two newcomers Benedict Geuenich and Sebastian Niedermayer fitted in so well."