Be better every game!: The Dresden oath for the second half of the season | Sports

Jakob Lewald (23) is one of the winners of the last few months at Dynamo Dresden.

Before the start of the second half of the season on Monday at 1860 Munich, the central defender reveals in BILD what the second half of the season is about for the Black and Yellows and him: “Basically, we have set ourselves the goal of being better in every game than in the first half of the season.”

Means: If Dynamo were exactly one goal better every game, the points account would literally explode. Because all six defeats of the season caught the SGD with only one goal difference.

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The six bankruptcies in the first half of the season would result in six draws. And six wins out of six draws. Makes 45 points in the second half after 27 points in the first half. If that succeeds only approximately, even the ascent would still be possible.

The Dynamo Oath!

The start is with promotion candidate 1860 Munich, against whom the first leg was lost 3:4.

Lewald knows what to expect from Dynamo there. Last season he led 1-0 with Viktoria Berlin at Grünwalder Strasse. In the end there was only one point at 1:1.

The defender: “We couldn’t absorb the power that Sixty got with substitutions and the stadium behind us. But with Dynamo, a lot of fans are coming along now. That can make a difference.”


Although Lewald came from the third division relegated, he is just establishing himself in the starting eleven.

The 1.94 meter giant: “The step from Viktoria to Dresden was a big one. Above all from the force and the emotions that prevail here. But thanks to my team-mates I don’t feel a lot of pressure. I’m really happy with the start here.”

Now only the oath of the second half of the season has to be fulfilled…

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