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Former Peitinger initiates the turning point against his ex-club

2023-02-07T22:44:23.103Z


The second guest appearance of this season at SC Riessersee ended for EC Peiting in the same way as the first. A player who has already worn the Peitingen jersey became one of the decisive figures.


The second guest appearance of this season at SC Riessersee ended for EC Peiting in the same way as the first.

A player who has already worn the Peitingen jersey became one of the decisive figures.

Peiting

- As far as the outcome of the game is concerned, the "small Oberland derby" in the Oberliga Süd remains a constant.

Because in the fourth act between SC Riessersee and EC Peiting on Tuesday, victory went to the home team.

This time it was - like in the first meeting in Garmisch-Partenkirchen - 4:1 for the hosts.

There was not much more to celebrate for Pfaffenwinkler than Felix Brassard's equalizer.

The smarter team won today.

Peiting's coach Anton Saal

At the same time, there was a little consolation from another venue: The Memminger "Indians", the ECP's fiercest competitor in the fight for sixth place in the Oberliga Süd, also lost 4-1 to the Starbulls Rosenheim at home.

"We're going home without any points after a good away game," said Toni Saal.

"Today the smarter team won." Next Sunday, the SCR welcomes the Tölzer Löwen to the "big derby".

A match that electrifies and reverberate for weeks.

The Werdenfelsers want to mobilize a whopping 5,000 spectators for this game.

It's hard to imagine when you look at the scenery from last night.

No 1000 visitors got lost in the wide circle, although both teams are still fighting for the best possible preliminary round placement.

In the first third, both teams provide only limited entertainment

The entertainment value, provided by both teams in the first third, was just as manageable as the popularity in the stands.

There was only one hit in this section.

Ryker Killins, released by Alex Höller, then scored to make it 1-0 for the SCR (8th).

Peiting's goalkeeper Florian Hechenrieder was a little obscured.

On the Peitinger side, Marc Besl and Andi Feuerecker tried slap shots without embarrassing SCR goalie Mike Boehm.

In addition, the ECP was allowed to play twice with a majority, but it didn't get really dicey for Boehm there either.

Hechenrieder, however, was still on the post against Uli Maurer.

Ex Peitinger Lubor Dibelka gives Riessersee a 2-1 lead

But then, despite its imbalance, the game picked up speed and tension.

Peiting's top scorer Brassard was released in the power play in the left half and didn't take long to make it 1-1 (22').

But obviously this hit spurred on the home side more than the Peitinger.

They put their foot down and got better opportunities from then on.

When Louis Postel and Thomas Heger went into the penalty box at the same time, Lubor Dibelka used this numerical advantage and converted to 2:1 (29th).

Even before the second break, the former ECP striker thanked Robin Soudek with an exemplary assist – 3:1 (38th).

"Didn't do us any good, it was difficult to deal with," Saal noted.

Referees hand out a lot of penalties in the final third

In the final section, the referees took center stage.

With petty and not always comprehensible decisions, they had a considerable influence on a game that, although it became more nickel-plated, was never unfair.

The arms of the rulers shot up in what felt like a ten-second cycle to distribute penalties.

All in all, the Riesserseer sat a little more in the cool box, but Peiting didn't know how to benefit from it - with the exception of Heger's loss, which landed on the outside of the post.

"We wanted to make it too cumbersome in five against three," complained Coach Saal.

Riessersee defended consistently and thus increasingly took away the opponent's motivation.

Towards the end, the people from Peiting were no longer so specific with their discipline.

Soudek made it 4:1 (56 th ) for the final point.

statistics

SC Riessersee - EC Peiting 4: 1 (1: 0, 2: 1, 1: 0)

1

.

Third:

1:0 (7:01) Killins (Maurer, Kircher).

2nd period:

1: 1 (21:11) Brassard (Heger, Payeur/5-4), 2: 1 (28:00) Dibelka (Soudek, Slezak/5-3), 3: 1 (37:33) Soudek (Dibelka, Slezak.

3rd period:

4:1 (55:17) Soudek (Dibelka, Slezak/5-3).

Penalty minutes:

Riessersee 18, Peiting 22.

Spectators

: 956.

Source: merkur

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