The duel between the newcomers had a clear winner.
FC Schwaig won 4-1 (2-0) at TSV Brunnthal, placing them fourth in the national league.
- From the beginning, the guests set the tone and urged the early tour.
The TSV defense was good, so that the first chances arose from standard situations.
Hannes Empl chased a free kick from the right corner of the penalty area in the direction of the Brunnthal housing, but the strong keeper Niklas Löbel fished the ball out of the corner (18th).
Two minutes later, Raffi Ascher rose the highest after a corner from Maxi Hellinger, but the TSV goalkeeper parried the header again.
In the 36th minute, however, Löbel was also powerless.
Leon Roth had sent Vincent Sommer on the left wing.
This let an opponent get out, passed to Ascher, who cleverly shielded the ball and hit flat in the left corner from the turn.
Now the opportunities increased.
After a combination over Sommer and Hellinger, Ascher was allowed to complete from 16 meters in the center forward position, missing the housing by centimeters.
Shortly afterwards, Mario Simak shot on the edge of the penalty area, but Löbel was there again.
The goal to make it 2-0 was only a matter of time, but nobody expected that: Another throw-in from Tobias Jell sailed into the penalty area, where several Brunnthal defense giants were already waiting, but of all things the 1.78-meter man Sommer caught the ball and headed the 2-0 from seven meters.
After the break, it's always a bit like after lunch at FC: You treat yourself to a few quieter minutes. The home team did not punish the minor negligence. And then Schwaig got serious again: Simak launched an attack on the wing, matched Ascher, who penetrated into the penalty area. The striker could have withdrawn, but saw Roth better positioned, who scored from eight meters to make it 3-0 (56th). Less than five minutes later it was 4-0. Sommer benefited from a misunderstanding in the Brunnthal midfield. He ran alone to the guest gate, then TSV goalkeeper Löbel had no chance. The cheese was bitten.
Speaking of holes: now both rows of defenses left a few chances.
Schwaig's keeper Franz Hornof was allowed to show what he can do.
But once he had to reach behind him.
After a cross from the right, Jakob Klaß had headed a consolation goal (67th).
The fact that it had climbed so high was also due to the fact that he had leaned on Schwaig's captain Tobi Jell.
But that was no longer an upset with this result.