Neck blow in the 28th minute: Sandersdorf's Michael Detling (left) loads keeper Florian Stenzenberger and converts the penalty to make it 1-0. ©
The footballers of TSV Allershausen also lost the relegation second leg against Sandersdorf. This means that the Ampertaler remain in the district league.
Allershausen – The dream of promotion to the district league is over for the footballers of TSV Allershausen: After the 0:2 in the first meeting on Wednesday, the Ampertaler also lost the relegation second leg against FC Sandersdorf on Saturday with 0:1 – mainly because they missed too many chances. This means that TSV remains in the district league.
With two large coaches, the footballers and supporters of FC Sandersdorf had traveled to the Amperknie. But even in the relegation second leg, it seemed as if the visitors had parked a third bus in their own penalty area. The runners-up in the Kreisliga 1 did not really want to participate in the game this time either. Rather, the FCS kickers attracted attention from the first minute with numerous falling and screaming actions after alleged fouls. But Allershausen was not infected.
Everything was tried: Striker Marc Gundel (right) and his Allershausen teammates had enough chances in both halves to turn things around. © Spanrad
From the kick-off, the Red and Whites were looking for a way to the opponent's goal and wanted to quickly make up for the two-goal deficit from the first leg. And that would have been quite possible – but striker Marc Gundel, who has a lot of national and even Bayernliga experience, managed not to hit the empty box from five meters (19th). In the end, this scene was symptomatic of the Allershausen performance on Saturday afternoon.
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Fateful action in the 27th minute
In itself, the first half belonged entirely to TSV – if it hadn't been for the action in the 27th minute: Keeper Florian Stenzenberger went to work too impetuously against Patrick Mack. Referee Ronny Schmidt couldn't help but award a penalty. Michael Detling gratefully accepted the gift and converted safely (28th). Thus, the Allershausener had to score three goals to at least force extra time. However, more than a powerful long-range shot by Maciej Machi, which FCS goalkeeper Marcel Zach parried just to the corner (40th), did not jump out in the first half.
Fair gesture after the game: A Sandersdorf player consoles Alex Holzmaier. The playfully stronger Allershauseners were not even granted the goal of honor. © Spanrad
And in half two? The Sandersdorfers stopped playing football almost completely, while TSV were so careless with their scoring chances that the fans became more anxious by the minute. "If you don't score a single goal in two relegation games, you deserve to be eliminated," said Allershausen player-coach Michael Stiller after the game.
Either an FCS keeper stood in the way of the goal, as in Domenik Baller's shot in the 58th minute, or the TSV kickers, like Alexander Holzmaier in the 68th minute, acted too timidly. Furthermore, a precise header from Machi after a corner sailed wafer-thin past the box (73rd). And in the final phase, captain Dominik Kopp managed not to hit the empty goal from two meters (86th), before Machi was again free at the level of the penalty spot and tried a dropkick instead of taking the leather and finishing calmly (89th). Even the goal of honour should not be granted to the home owners.
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The fact is: In terms of play, Allershausen was the better team in both games. And that's why player-coach Stiller, even though he had often quarreled with his team during the game, found words of praise at the end. "My team played a really good game," said Stiller. "Their goalkeeper made the difference again."
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