Relegation in sight - sometimes up, sometimes down
Created: 05/22/2022, 19:02
By: Roland Halmel
There was no getting through for Martin Schmölz (in white, right) and TSV Bernbeuren at TSV Peiting.
At the latest, goalkeeper Julian Floritz (in yellow) was always the end of the line.
© Roland Halmel
The derby in the district league 2 between TSV Peiting and TSV Bernbeuren has a winner.
For both teams, a "detention" in the form of relegation remains in sight.
Peiting – The season surcharge for two district representatives in the football district league 2 is approaching.
After the 2-0 home win of TSV Peiting in the derby against TSV Bernbeuren, the winner is aiming for second place in the direction of promotion relegation.
The loser, who is now fighting with two teams with equal points for the first non-relegation place, is still threatened with detention in the relegation relegation.
"The win was deserved," said Peiting's coach Fabian Melzer after his team's decent performance over long stretches.
"Playing clean again is a good feeling." Bernbeuren's player-coach Michael Boos was less happy.
"We wanted to be compact and wait for counterattacks, but then getting an egg like that is bitter," said Boos after the appearance at his former club.
TSV Peiting plays again in the derby to zero
It had started in a most unpleasant way for the guests.
Wolfgang Keck, who was guarding the Bernbeuren box this time, was unable to hold on to a free kick by Florian Meier (4th) that was neither particularly hard nor placed.
The leather tumbled into the mesh to make it 1-0.
The guests immediately tried to answer.
Marius Birk (5th) also immediately caused danger.
His header was Bernbeuren's only offensive action until the break, as the attentive Peitinger defense around captain Thomas Salzmann nipped any attempts in the bud early on.
The hosts, with Meier as the driving force, had significantly more game shares, but they could not use them profitably.
Peitingen worked their way up to the penalty area several times.
But the last pass came too seldom.
Only Florian Wörle (37th) had another chance with his cross and shot at the side netting before the break.
The prudent leading referee asked both teams to do so a few minutes earlier than usual, as Keck had suffered a back injury after a collision with a Peitinger and had to be carried off the field after a break in treatment.
Goal against 0:2 was the Bernbeuren Ko
His representative Christoph Hipp was immediately in focus at the beginning of the second half.
He parried Andreas Neumeier's huge chance (52') with a reflex.
Daniel Slowiok put the margin over the box.
In the very next attack, Roman Lerchenmüller brought down Neumeier, who had broken through – penalty.
However, Hipp saved Florian Wörle's penalty (53').
The people of Peiting were not deterred by this setback.
They continued their urge phase and were rewarded.
After an intercepted build-up pass, the home side switched quickly.
Matthias Lotter (61st) shook off Lerchenmüller and scored to make it 2-0.
"That was our knockout," Boos admitted.
His men, who had often acted tense and insecure before, dared more afterwards.
The guests also appeared significantly more often in the Peitinger half.
But it only became really dangerous once more when substitute Moritz Witter (78th) pulled away.
The shot from the edge of the penalty area turned around the post with a strong save by the less busy Peitinger goalkeeper Julian Floritz.
After that, the hosts maintained their lead until the final whistle.
TSV Peiting 2 TSV Bernbeuren 0 goals: 1:0 (4th) Meier, 2:0 (61st) Lotter.
Yellow cards: Peiting 1, Bernbeuren 1. Referee: Peter Köglsperger (SC Deining).