They had imagined it quite differently at TSV Peißenberg. In the first leg of the district league relegation at DJK Pasing, a lot went wrong. This was also reflected in the result.
Peißenberg – They were so looking forward to this relegation, organized a fan bus so that they would not face any enemy superiority in the stands in the west of Munich. Even the squad, with the exception of Christoph Berner, was complete – and then this. The first leg of the opening round for the qualification for the district league clearly goes to the opponent. While DJK Pasing seemed to be an equal opponent until the change of sides, the hosts' advantages in terms of experience, cleverness and determination were unmistakable. TSV Peißenberg lost 2-4 (2-2) in Pasing, although they were ahead twice. This means that the Pfaffenwinklers have their backs to the wall ahead of Saturday's second leg.
Peißenberg lacks virtues that otherwise distinguish the team
So they got into a starting position that was absolutely superfluous. But in the most important game of the season, of all things, TSV lacked the virtues that otherwise distinguish it. A dedicated analysis would have been superfluous. Player-coach Michael Stoßberger's facial expression spoke volumes. "Can you leave it like that," was the self-critical response to a crucial question. Neither Stoßberger nor attacking engine Johannes Jungmann were able to make their mark on the game in decisive situations. The two veterans were also not spared from more or less capital mispasses.
I don't know what to blame it on, but we've completely lost the thread.
Peißenberg's player-coach Michael Stoßberger
Peißenberg presented himself vulnerable after resting balls, two goals conceded resulted from such situations. "Normally, we're the ones who score goals like that," said Stoßberger. However, he also stressed that the defeat could not be pinned specifically on some players. "I don't even know what you can blame it on, but we've completely lost the thread," says Stoßberger. "The collective defended poorly in midfield and at the back."
Peißenberg gets off to a great start and takes an early lead
It all started so atmospheric. Philipp Solleder scored the opening goal for TSV after a few minutes, as two Pasing defenders hit the ball with a flat pass from Denis Mulaj (7th). Moments later, Solleder was handed the 2-0 on a silver platter when Lorenz Daisenberger and DJK keeper Adem Ünver did not quite agree on the back pass - but he missed. Didn't matter at first, although the DJK equalized through their goal scorer Rachid Teouri. Jungmann played a pass to nirvana in midfield, Mulaj lost the important duel – 1:1 (26th). Jungmann was able to eradicate this faux pas. The Peißenbergs faked a cross into the middle with a free kick from the half-field, but the ball came to Jungmann on the half-left, whose finish landed precisely in the remote corner of the goal (37th).
Caci has problems with patellar tendon and has to get out early
But the adversities on Peißenberg's side multiplied. Elefterios Caci had to leave the pitch early due to problems with his patellar tendon. "It was also such a rupture," Stoßberger stated. Hannes Kunterweit had to return from the six-man position to the back four for him, and as a result, the Pasinger suddenly found it easier to build up the game. Adrian Erhart parried Niklas Kuttruff's blast, but the TSV keeper was powerless to equalise. Moritz Gruber was allowed to calmly push a wide flying ball over the line with the half-time whistle.
Black day for Johannes Jungmann
Then came the second period and instead of a rebellion of the guests, the second disaster pass from playmaker Jungmann, who, detached from his two bucks, dived completely. Kutruff expressed his gratitude for the beautiful assist with a precise shot next to the post (49th). Gruber's 4:2 was then again preceded by a standard flying ball over long distances (60th). After that, Peißenberg was completely out of character. Only Caner Demirci, who was substituted, had the third goal in mind with a header. "A chance in the second half is not enough," said Stoßberger. "It was soporific," the 33-year-old admitted. In the second leg, it is now a matter of "pushing hard up front under positive pressure because we need two goals".
DJK Pasing - TSV Peißenberg 4:2 (2:2)
Goals: 0-1 (7') Solleder, 1-1 (26') Teouri, 1-2 (37') J. Jungmann, 2-2 (45') Gruber, 3-2 (49') Kuttruff, 4-2 (60') Gruber. Yellow cards: Pasing 1, Peißenberg 2. Referee: Michael Hagl. Spectators: 350.