Brunswick KFC Uerdingen ended his 2-0 win at Eintracht Braunschweig. Goals are recorded by Christian Dorda and Ali Ibrahimaj, who also became preparers.
The relief was great in the last whistle. KFC Uerdingen ended the 2-0 (2-0) victory over 16,510 spectators at Eintracht Braunschweig, but worsened in the second division. Lower Saxony remains the third league day. It was mainly the victory of coach Stephan Krämer, who was under pressure almost everything in order.
After five defeats in the last seven games, coach Stefan Krämer made a real escape, which is in line with the slogan: Attack is the best defense. At the finish line Eintracht Braunschweig wounded and on the 4-2-2-2 system. In addition to long-injured Mario Erb and Dennis Daube and sick Maurice Litka and Khalil Mohammad KFC, they had to replace suspended Maximilian Beister and Manuel Konrad. Connor Krempicki came six positions and used Lucas Musculus.
"I can play at six or eight, but also at the top," said the crisp Krempicki. "But if you only play with a point and the balls do not come, it's of course difficult." Krempiki played alongside Tanju Öztürk on six, Ali Ibrahimaj and Oguzha Kefkir formed two offsides, the attacking duo Stefan Aigner and Musculus.
90 minutes before the start, Krämer had the last conversation with Captain Christiopher Schorch, Aigner and Kevin Grosskreutz. After all, it was a lot for both teams. Uerdinger wanted to end his negative series, the Braunschweiger will not lose contact with the lower center. "We'll throw them away," Ali Ibrahimaj said optimistically before the start.
Visitors had the first chance after five minutes, but Aigner was half a step late. Then the Proceedings came to two good options from Onur Bulut. But KFC René Vollath cut in neatly for a goal after a free kick, but the ball hit the bar, rebounding into the keeper's arms. The leadership of Uerdinger was a little surprised. Ibrahimaj's Christian Dorda put his head to a well placed ball, lifted in from the left, and scored the 1 – It was also Ibrahimaj, who was wide awake in the lost ball, who now had no doubt about Brunswick and the resulting 2-0 opportunities.
After a break, the hosts are encouraged to despair on the attached goal. Kramer quickly responded and brought Jan Holldack to Musculus. When the Referee awarded an unjustified penalty for Eintracht after the harmless Dordas rally, the game threatened to overthrow. Goalkeeper Vollath, however, crowned his performance by deflecting, but also Hofmann with a faint kick. The hosts were now nervous, so Sauerland was carried away to attack Öztürk and the field was referred.
Besides Ibrahimaja and Dordy, Uerdingern was remarkable for the powerful goalkeeper Vollatha and defense boss Schorch.
Braunschweig: Lukas Kruse – Robin Becker, Valsvik, Nkansah, Kijewski – Burmeister, Thorsen (58th citizen) – Sauerland, Putaro (58. Janzer) – Philipp Hofmann, Bulut (65. Nyman). – Coach: Schubert
Uerdingen: Vollath – Grosskreutz, Maroh, Schorch, Dorda – Öztürk – Krempicki (78th Dörfler), Ibrahimaj (69th Bittroff) – Aigner, Musculus (61 Holldack), Kefkir. – Coach: Krämer
referee: Tobias Fritsch (Mainz)
goals: 0: 1 Dorda (34.), 0: 2 Ibrahimaj (41.)
Red card: Sauerland due to unsporting behavior (74th)
Yellow cards: Bulut, Robin Becker – Krempicki, Kefkir, Holldack
Special accident: Vollath holds a fine penalty from Philipp Hofmann (70)