Puch creates a sensation: For the first time, a team from the C class makes it to the finals
Created: 11/28/2022, 4:27 p.m
By: Dieter Metzler
The state league club SC Olching (in white) was unstoppable.
The Amperstadt won all their games.
© Dieter Metzler
A little one really annoyed the big ones.
SV Puch caused a lot of astonishment with its performance - even with the favorites from the state league.
Maisach – With the two state league teams from Oberweikertshofen and Olching, the two highest-ranking teams from the district ultimately prevailed at the futsal championships in the north game group.
But even the supposedly little ones showed after the two-year Corona break that they know how to deal with the reduced jump indoor ball and have not forgotten anything.
The best example was the C-Classist from Puch, who bought the ticket for the Zugspitze final round on December 18th in Penzberg alongside the district league team SC Maisach.
While SC Olching didn't show any weaknesses in the afternoon round and confidently won the group with 13:1 goals and twelve points, things got a little more exciting in the morning.
The team from Oberweikertshofen, made up of district league and state league players, only managed a draw against the district league club SC Fürstenfeldbruck TSV Geiselbullach.
Oberweikertshofen Puch cracks only in the final seconds
SV Puch brought the Oberweikertshofen team closest to the brink of defeat.
Until the 1:1 equalizer by Dominik Widemann 49 seconds before the end, the C-Classist led 1:0.
Previously, the SCO had failed to score during a two-minute numerical majority.
But 15 seconds before the end, the state league team scored the 2-1 winner with a ten-meter free kick and the C-Class team was left empty-handed.
The Puchers had already caused a surprise with the 3:2 victory over SC Fürstenfeldbruck.
SV Puch (in red), who annoyed Oberweikertshofen, managed a surprise.
© Dieter Metzler
That also paid off in the final table: the Puchers took second place.
Overall, the supposedly small teams presented themselves excellently.
None of them were relegated to cannon fodder by the top teams.
Game director Bernd Reiser: "I'm completely satisfied"
The Maisache club as the organizer received great praise from all sides.
After two years of abstinence, teams and spectators obviously felt comfortable in the hall.
As a proven organizer of such indoor tournaments, nothing was missing in the new gymnasium in Maisach.
And the most important thing: In the fair games, no player was injured.
"I'm completely satisfied," said referee Bernd Reiser, who spent the whole day in the hall, summing up the game positively.
"In group one there was excitement right up to the end," said the man from Mammendorf.
“An underdog qualified.
A C-Classist has never made it into the final round.” (Dieter Metzler)