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Second League: Union shoots goalkeeper split seconds too late – Sport

Tuesday, February 6th, 2018 | bitcoin updates


Steven Skrzybski hit the ball from the edge of the box. It was already the fifth minute of stoppage time and almost at the same time with Skrzybskis shot sounded three whistles through the stadium. Referee Tobias Reichel finished the game only fractions of a second before the ball flew to the alleged winner for the Berlin goal. The players of the 1st FC Union protested furiously, desperately – but it did not work. At Arminia Berlin played on Monday before 13,542 spectators on the pasture only 1: 1 (1: 0). They are thus eight matches without a win. Unions coach André Hofschneider had tactically and personally changed his team compared to the 0-1 home defeat against Nuremberg last matchday. In a 3-5-2 played new signing Marvin Friedrich, Michael Parensen and Damir Kreilach for Grischa Prömel, Marcel Hartel and the suspended Toni Leistner. However, it took some time before the guests in the unfamiliar formation came into play. Bielefeld started very committed and disturbed the Berlin construction game early. The first degrees were then also on the account of Arminia. If Florian Hartherz's shot was still clear, Daniel Mesenhöler had to use all his skills shortly afterwards to avoid the backlog. Andreas Voglsammers volley could steer Unions goalkeeper with one hand just over the crossbar. After a quarter of an hour Skrzybski brought with benevolent assistance of the Bielefeld Defense Union then in the lead. Florian Dick wanted to head back the ball in distress to goalkeeper Stefan Ortega. His return fell short and sprinted Skrzybski in between and met with a deliberate Lupfer from 18 meters. The 1: 0 gave the Berliners more security. Skrzybski missed the 2: 0The team ran the ball through its own ranks and shifted the game with wide balls, which opened against the right-wing hosts large rooms. However, clear chances did not arise, as the Berlin in penalty area proximity usually made the wrong decision. So tried Simon Hedlund from 20 meters with a harmless shot, instead of taking right the freestanding Christopher Trimmel. Dangerous remained the Bielefeld, who acted in the conclusion but too inaccurate. This was particularly true for Leandro Putaro, who scored from a free-kick from three meters wide after a strong cross from Hartherz. After the break Skrzybski could have made the reassuring second goal, but failed after Kreilachs good preparatory work but to Ortega. This revenged itself immediately. After Union did not come into the duels in midfield, the ball landed at the feet of Konstantin Kerschbaumer, who equalized with a beautiful volley from 22 yards. As a result, both teams had chances for the renewed leadership. Bielefeld was initially more punchy, but Union had the more compelling goal room scenes. Kreilach pushed the ball by inches past the far post and Marcel Hartel missed the gate just two minutes after his substitution also just under. And when the ball flew into the goal after all, the referee had already ended the match at the worst moment. So the Berlin continue to wait since November 4 for a victory. (Tsp)

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