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Oberweikertshofener cheer at the last minute

2021-07-25T16:44:39.973Z

The season opener of SC Oberweikertshofen in the district league was not for the faint of heart. Only in the 90th minute did Fabian Friedl score the 3-2 (0-0) victory in Haidhausen, which they deserved in the end. But even before that, the events had rolled over several times.



The season opener of SC Oberweikertshofen in the district league was not for the faint of heart.

Only in the 90th minute did Fabian Friedl score the 3-2 (0-0) victory in Haidhausen, which they deserved in the end.

But even before that, the events had rolled over several times.

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- "We couldn't really count on the 3-2 win," said Weikertshofen trainer Günter Bayer after the crime win.

And pushes afterwards: "But I hadn't expected Haidhausen to equalize 2-2 either." That was just five minutes earlier - in the 85th minute.

Bayer and his village club team had already prepared themselves to rock a 2-1 lead over time.

However, hits in quick succession seemed to be part of the game.

Because the two teams only needed five minutes for the three goals to make it 2-1.

Almost ten minutes after the break, Haidhausen took the lead, but with goals in the 57th and 59th minutes, the SCO turned the game around again.

The equalizer was achieved by newcomer Valentin Hüber, the lead was achieved by someone who no one had in mind before the game: Youngster Felix Hallmaier is actually still eligible to play for the U19s.

It was part of the "second suit" that the coach of his team had to wear due to numerous failures.

Hallmaier came on for Osman Yontar, who had to get out injured before the break.

“I just threw him in the deep end,” says Bayer.

The youngster thanked him with the 2-1.

Source: merkur

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