Status: 27.06.2020 4:16 p.m.
In the 90th minute, third division Eintracht Braunschweig was still on course for victory in the guest appearance at FSV Zwickau. But then everything turned out differently. The team of coach Marco Antwerpen conceded two goals in added time and in the end despite a double lead, a bitter 2: 3 (1-0) defeat at the basement. That could have bad consequences, because on Saturday the “lions” missed a possibly decisive step in the direction of promotion to the second division. But this makes the race much more open again: If FC Ingolstadt wins at SV Meppen on Sunday, it moves one point closer to Eintracht two games before the end of the season.
Zwickau – Braunschweig: The incredible final phase
Sports club – 06/27/2020 04:04 PM
Crazy six minutes. Eintracht Braunschweig takes the lead in Zwickau in the 90th minute and loses in the end. The spectacular final phase in the video.
“It is very bitter. We take the lead 2-1 and had countless chances in the game, but we don’t close the bag. We have to shake and will be challenged again in the game against Mannheim,” said Antwerp.
Braunschweig leaves opportunities
Goal keeper Martin Kobylanski gave the guests a 1-0 lead with a technically powerful shot at the end of the first half – his 16th goal of the season.
36th matchday, 27.06.2020 14:00
After the change of sides the Lower Saxony had a clear increase in chances but missed to extend the leadership. “If we went 2-0, it would have been difficult to come back,” said Antwerp. The fact that no Braunschweig hit succeeded in retaliation. After a cross from Can Coskun instead Elias Huth marked the equalization (77.).
What then happened was hard to beat in terms of drama: First Joker Yari Otto shot Braunschweig after a counterattack with his late goal (90. + 1) to seventh heaven and to the supposed victory. But practically in return, Huth brought the guests back down to earth – 2: 2.
The end? Still not. Because it should come even harder for unity. Seconds before the whistle, a cross from Coskun found his way to Morris Schröter, who nodded off the ball. The end of a real football spectacle, at the course of which the “lions” are likely to have a hard time nibbling.