The Bayernliga footballers of VfB Hallbergmoos want to extend their series of six games without defeat in the catch-up game at TSV 1860 Munich II.
- In the catch-up game of the Bavarian Football League, two teams will meet each other, who will play with a big chest: TSV 1860 Munich II and VfB Hallbergmoos have not lost the most recent games - and with a view to the current trends, this duel (Wednesday, 7 p.m., sports grounds Grünwalder Straße 114) a draw is statistically not unlikely.
VfB Hallbergmoos are six games without defeat, but also five draws in a row.
That's why the team - VfB is in 17th place - is a bit on the spot in the table.
This series earned eight points - the little lions only needed four unbeaten games for the same return.
1860 had two wins and two draws.
The balance sheet comparison shows that the division of points does not significantly advance a team in the long run.
VfB coach Gedi Sugzda hates draws
"I hate a draw like the plague," says Hallbergmoos coach Gedi Sugzda. When his squad suffered significant defeats at the beginning of the season, the coach clearly showed his kicking staff in which points it had to go better in order to survive in the Bayernliga. Well, given the current series and seven goals scored in three games (before that eight goals in nine games), Sugzda sees the danger of lulling: “It's deceptive because we're not really getting anything. And now we won't have 50 games without a loss. "
The coach also sees a positive trend, "because we wanted to win the last draw in the end, while we defended the point a few weeks ago".
In addition, due to staff shortages and the heavy game schedule, young players have recently seized their chance.
The current winners are Carl Opitz and Maximilian Zeisl, who were in defense.
"They showed what they can do," says coach Sugzda happily.
"But there is more." And midfielder Johannes Petschner has also made great progress.
Daniel Bauer still needs time
In contrast, there are also kickers who have lost ground: Offensive player Daniel Bauer has not yet made it into the Bayern League.
In his debut season in the national league, he played 24 games and scored ten goals - including his legendary overhead kick goal in Holzkirchen.
In this round he was only twice on the field for the full 90 minutes in ten missions.
"He still has to get used to the league, the Bayern League is just a different caliber," explains coach Sugzda, emphasizing "that he still needs time and we will give it to him".
Kozel - Zeisl, Opitz, Giglberger, Mühlrath (F. Schrödl) - Kostorz, Petschner (Beetz), Gasteiger (Krause), Werner - Aygün, Diranko.
Draw kings: VfB Hallbergmoos shares the points again against Swabia Augsburg
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