The Hallbergmoos (from left to right) Andreas Giglberger, Andreas Kostorz and Johannes Petschner were under heavy fire at the "endgame" in the Kempten district of Kottern. In the end, the hosts deservedly won 2-1. Photo: PRIVAT PRIVAT ©
The hoped-for miracle failed to materialize. With a 1-2 (0-0) defeat in Kottern, VfB Hallbergmoos said goodbye to the Bayernliga.
Hallbergmoos - In the end, however, this defeat only hurt half as much: At the same time, rival TSV 1860 Rosenheim won 2-0 (1-0) against TSV Dachau 65. Thus, even a Hallbergmoos victory would not have been enough for the relegation. The protocol of the long-distance duel for the last relegation place with the last 90 Bayernliga minutes of VfB:
It takes two goals for the relegation. Dachau has to score once to win in Rosenheim and Hallbergmoos once in Kottern. The starting position is clear.
Lucas Gratt puts TSV 1860 in the lead. The snail race of the last two in the standings takes up Fahr. Since there are no television pictures from Rosenheim, it is not possible to assess how realistic a Dachau victory is.
Hallbergmoos hold the 0-0 – and as is so often the case: VfB don't allow much defensively, but are far too harmless up front. Kottern has the first dangerous offensive moments. Preliminary conclusion: So a victory of the taillight is a long way off.
Rosenheim leads 1-0, Hallbergmoos takes a lucky goalless draw into the dressing room. It still takes a lot of imagination for the miracle.
After a steep pass, Christopher Duchardt runs up to VfB goalkeeper Fabian Müske, who is once again holding properly, and lobs the leather into the goal. It comes as it had to come.
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Michele Cosentino makes it 2-0 for Rosenheim against Dachau. That may have been the decision. Now, from an 1860 point of view, it's really just a matter of finishing the last half hour decently.
Rosenheim have already scored their second shot on the crossbar in the second half – and VfB are well served with a 0-1 deficit.
A blocked shot by Fabian Diranko lands in the hands of substitute Tobias Krause, who makes a hook and coolly slides in to equalise for VfB. With eight goals this season, Krause is the club's best attacker. No glory for the centre-forwards in the squad. Offensively, the pillars are missing.
Significant conclusion: Efforts from Hallbergmoos are on the verge of winning a lucky point and then ruin the whole thing: After an unnecessary foul, there is a penalty, which Kottern uses to win. Deserved!
It's over, it's over, it's over! Rosenheim has a six-point lead over Hallbergmoos – and that's okay. The penultimate team has won three times after the winter break, VfB not once. Hallbergmoos ends the season with an underground average of 0.44 points per game. You will have to improve a lot in order to play at the top of the national league.