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Miesbach retaliates, Erding has no chance

2022-11-25T21:56:02.557Z

Miesbach retaliates, Erding has no chance Created: 11/25/2022, 10:46 p.m By: Gabi Zierz The Erdingers were served after the 1:6 in Miesbach. In the home game two weeks ago, goalkeeper Christoph Schedlbauer and Mark Waldhausen (right) were in a better mood. © Christian Riedel That was nothing: The Erding Gladiators had nothing to report against Bayernliga leaders Miesbach on Friday evening and



Miesbach retaliates, Erding has no chance

Created: 11/25/2022, 10:46 p.m

By: Gabi Zierz

The Erdingers were served after the 1:6 in Miesbach.

In the home game two weeks ago, goalkeeper Christoph Schedlbauer and Mark Waldhausen (right) were in a better mood.

© Christian Riedel

That was nothing: The Erding Gladiators had nothing to report against Bayernliga leaders Miesbach on Friday evening and lost 1:6.

Erding – Two weeks ago, the Erding Gladiators defeated Bayern League leaders Miesbach 4-2 at home, on Friday they were beaten 6-1 (1-2, 0-2, 0-2) away.

Ales Furch shot down the guests almost single-handedly and scored four times.

Erding came into play heavily.

The referee was wide awake for that.

After just seven seconds, Alexander Thyroff from Miesbach had to go into the cooler, eleven seconds later Florian Zimmermann from Erding.

By the end of the third, each team received three penalties, but could not benefit from the power plays.

The hosts managed to make it 1-0 outnumbered.

The Erdingers had lost the puck on the blue line and Furch didn't need to be asked twice.

He ran alone towards goalie Christoph Schedlbauer, but was lucky that his shot went off the post and into the goal.

Erding answered almost two minutes later with the beautifully played 1:1.

Ryan Murphy had initiated the attack and served Mark Waldhausen, who didn't give TEV goalie Anian Geratsdorfer a chance.

The joy didn't last long, because a minute later Furch put Miesbach back in front.

And again the puck jumped off the post and into the goal.

In the second third, Miesbach showed his superiority.

Erding hardly came out of his own third, the defense often lacked the assignment.

Just three minutes had been played when Nick Endreß scored to make it 3-1.

Felix Feuerreiter was free to accept and pass the disc.

Erding only had one real opportunity through a man down by Murphy, but he missed.

Three minutes before the break, Furch increased to 4:1.

The Czech also made it 5:1 in the final third (42nd).

And at the latest when Thomas March had scored the 6:1 with a majority, the Miesbach revenge was successful.

Statistics: Goals/assists: 1: 0 (17th) Furch (Nowak/4-5), 1: 1 (19th) Waldhausen (Murphy, Salhi), 2: 1 (20th) Furch (Grabmaier, Nowak), 3: 1 (23rd) Endreß (Feuerreiter, Bergmann), 4: 1 (37th) Furch (Thyroff, Mechel), 5: 1 (42nd) Furch (Nowak, Grabmaier), 6: 1 (50th) March (Nowak, Mechel) – Main referee: Stefan Velkoski – Spectators: 353 – Penalty minutes: Miesbach 10, Erding 16.

Source: merkur

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