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Both Peiting's and Weiden's trainers agree: the result was too high

2023-02-12T18:46:12.006Z


There was no surprise in Peitinger's home game against Weiden. But the differences between the two teams were not quite as clear as the result would suggest.


There was no surprise in Peitinger's home game against Weiden.

But the differences between the two teams were not quite as clear as the result would suggest.

Peiting

– It wasn't as if those responsible at EC Peiting had planned three points in the home game against the top team in the Oberliga Süd, the Blue Devils Weiden.

Everything has to be right against such an opponent, said ECP coach Anton Saal at the press conference after the game, "but that wasn't the case today".

In the end it was 1:7 for his team (1:3, 0:0, 0:4).

In the analysis, both Saal and his Weiden colleague Sebastian Buchwieser, once in Peitinger's service for five years, agreed: the victory of the sovereign table leader was a few goals too high.

After 50 seconds, Peiting has the first big chance

The hosts initially showed no excessive respect for the big favorite from the Upper Palatinate.

Only 50 seconds had passed when Thomas Heger forced Weiden's goalkeeper Marco Wölfl to make a first save.

A little later, the Peitinger had their first majority game.

Felix Brassard got the shot from close range, but Wölfl got his hand on the target (4').

The Weideners finish their first attack with a goal

The guests then proved to be masters of effectiveness.

Edgars Homjakovs completed the first attack with the 1:0 when he came to the target free-standing and then played ECP goalkeeper Konrad Fiedler (6th).

The hosts defended themselves as best they could, but they were unable to prevent the goals to 0:2 (11th) and - outnumbered - to 0:3 (14th) against the technically experienced guests.

What made Peitinger stand out: they didn't let their heads hang, but rather fought their way back into the game.

While Brassard (16') and Marc Besl (18') were unlucky, Heger lobbed the disc over the line from close range to make it 3-1 (19') during a manpower game.

In the middle third, Peiting misses several chances to score

This hit gave the people of Peiting a noticeable boost for the second section.

They immediately took the initiative and also had more chances to score.

But Brassard failed after a fine solo (21st) as well as Wölfl later Besl (26th), Heger (27th) and Payeur (28th).

On the other hand, ECP goalie Fiedler had little to do in this section.

That wasn't because the Weideners had switched to management mode.

On the contrary, the strong Peitingers left them no room for their technically demanding game.

Returning Rob Brown in particular stood out for the hosts, not only because of his fist fight against Weidens Gläser (25th).

Only at the end of this section did the championship leader regain the upper hand, but without seriously endangering Fiedler's box.

Weiden's Nardo Nagtzaam scores against his former club

In the final section, the “Blue Devils” attacked with more seriousness and in the style of a top team.

After an unnecessary loss by Fabian Weyrich in front of his own goal, Dennis Thielsch didn't need to be asked twice and completed the 4:1 (43rd minute).

When ex-Peitinger Nardo Nagtzaam made it 5-1 (50'), everyone in the stadium knew: this game is over.

Although Weiden then noticeably switched back, they still scored two goals from former DEL player Chad Bassen (56th, 57th).

So the defeat for the valiantly fighting Peitinger was still painfully high.

statistics

EC Peiting - Blue Devils Weiden 1:7 (1:3, 0:0, 0:4)

1st period:

0:1 (5:54) Homjakovs (Schusser, Thielsch), 0:2 (10:21) Rubes (Heinisch, Davis), 0:3 (13:26) glasses (Davis, Rubes /5- 4), 1: 3 (18:40) Heger (Payeur, Feuerecker.

2nd period:

no goals.

3rd period

: 1: 4 (42:54) Thielsch (Samanski, Homjakovs), 1: 5 (49:57 ) Nagtzaam (Homjakovs, Davis), 1:6 (55:07) Bassen (Hechtl, Davis, 1:7 (56:58) Bassen (Hechtl, Schug).

Penalty minutes:

Peiting 8, Weiden 8.

Spectators:

783.

Source: merkur

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