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2021-08-01T15:05:19.924Z

The SVA Palzing remains pointless, on the 2nd matchday there was a home defeat in the district league against Eichstätt II: Palzing - "That was a used day," said Dominik Heiss, the soccer department head of SVA Palzing. The district division lost its home game against VfB Eichstätt II with 1: 3. The opponent did not shine, but used his opportunities in a game with little chance. Palzing's coach S



The SVA Palzing remains pointless, on the 2nd matchday there was a home defeat in the district league against Eichstätt II:

Palzing -

"That was a used day," said Dominik Heiss, the soccer department head of SVA Palzing.

The district division lost its home game against VfB Eichstätt II with 1: 3.

The opponent did not shine, but used his opportunities in a game with little chance.

Palzing's coach Sepp Summerer worried about two of his most important players before the game.

Both gave the green light. Fabian Radlmaier, who recently struggled with his thigh, held his thumb up after he warmed up. Thomas Eckmüller hit his teeth despite Achilles tendon pain and played as a central defender. A balanced game developed, which lacked the playful highlights. The spectators were not spoiled with goal area scenes.

While Palzing did not have a dangerous finish before the break, the guests at least got two chances. Niklas Walter used one of them. He stopped the cross after a corner kick at the far post and lifted the ball over SVA keeper Manfred Bullok into the goal (20th minute). When the Palzinger team came to the end from a better position, the guests had their feet in the way. Almost as bitter as the deficit at half-time was that Radlmaier's injury broke up again. The offensive outside had to go down after 36 minutes.

After the break, the same picture: Both teams fought a duel on a manageable level. Palzing still no offensive actions. Ivan Rakonic was on his own at the front. The striker put down well a few times, but then the ball was usually gone quickly. In the 78th minute, the SVA ran into a counterattack after their own attack including a cross. Johannes Mayer let Eckmüller slip into the void on the right corner of the penalty area, ran towards Bullok and pushed the ball past the SVA keeper into the net. In the 84th minute, Leart Muljaki had already turned around Bullok on his own, but made the calculation without Maximilian Berndl. The Palzinger defender hurried back, blocking the shot at the last moment.

And the SVA made it exciting again.

Kim Peter was right after a corner in the third minute of stoppage time and reduced the game.

It was the first goal of the newcomer in the SVA jersey.

The home team threw everything forward, but instead of the chance to equalize, they conceded the goal with the final whistle from Muljaki to make the final score 1: 3 (90 + 6).

“In the game forward that was a poor performance today.

Eichstätt was no better, but more callous.

That's annoying, "said Heiss.

SVA Palzing - VfB Eichstätt II 1: 3 (0: 1).

Line-up

: Bullok - Stephan, Eckmüller, Tas (70th Berndl), Wirth - Fischer (78th rider), Kaindl - Grundmann, M. Radlmaier, F. Radlmaier (36th Reinbacher) - Rakonic (85th Peter).

Goals:

0: 1 Walter (19th), 0: 2 Mayer (78th), 1: 2 Peter (90th + 3), 1: 3 Muljaki (90th + 6).

Yellow cards:

Kaindl, M. Radlmaier, Reinbacher, Stephan.

Referee:

Vincenzo Tropeano (SF Harteck Munich).

Spectators:

150.

Source: merkur

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