One good action is enough for the opponent
Created: 08/11/2022, 16:26
A lot of work, little pay: Benedikt Reiter (r., here against Pfaffenhofen captain Fabian Wagner) struggles in a duel.
District league: SVA Palzing remains without a goal in the third game of the season: 0:1 against Pfaffenhofen.
– After two defeats at the start, SVA Palzing wanted to celebrate for the first time in this district league season in the home game against FSV Pfaffenhofen.
However, the offensive remained without their own goal in the third game.
The guests showed how it's done: A good action was enough to kidnap three points.
Palzing is still waiting for the first points of this season after the 0:1.
Still, the trend is upwards.
Palzing was a match against Pfaffenhofen for a long time.
This alone is good news, because the guests are not part of the casual customers in the district league north.
On the contrary, they have a roster peppered with individual class.
"Pfaffenhofen had a little more possession, but I saw a balanced first half.
We also had chances,” said SVA coach Gianluca Dello Buono.
His opponent Gerhard Loesch pulled winger Sebastian Waas back to the full-back position.
With diagonal balls on the offensive Waas, the guests created a majority situation - but Palzing's defense was good.
Poor conversion of opportunities
Even after the change of sides, the Palzinger were initially in the game.
Fabian Radlmaier had one of several dangerous shots from the home team, but the ball just missed the far post.
But Pfaffenhofen also had good scenes - and was successful in the 62nd minute: A bad pass from Palzinger sailed straight back to the edge of the penalty area, where striker Maxi Ceballos headed the ball into Dominik Binder's run.
Binder rounded SVA keeper Christian Berghammer and pushed in to make it 0:1.
"I don't know whether the long ball from the center line was intentional or a coincidence.
After that, they played it great,” Dello Buono had to acknowledge.
Palzing wanted to answer, but his strength was fading by the minute.
"We defended 75 minutes with a lot of effort and in the end we didn't have any more power," said the SVA trainer.
Strikers are absent
Since Noah Staudt was unable to work and Ivan Rakonic was only able to watch via stream from his home leave, Dello Buono did not have the opportunity to add to the offensive.
And his team the chance to get back into the game.
It stayed at 0:1.
“We would have liked to take something with us, but I see progress.
We didn't make any individual mistakes in our own half today.
We can build on that,” the coach summed up.
What remains is the problem with scoring goals.