With his first goal, newcomer Adrian Istrefi puts TSV Lohr on course for victory in the district duel of the District League West in Retzbach.
TSV Rottendorf TV Wasserlos 2:0 (0:0). “We played a decent game, but we failed to take the lead early,” said TSV coach Martin Lang, whose team lost 3-0 in the first leg. The leader of the table was already visually superior in the first half, but could not capitalize on his opportunities. Wasserlos, on the other hand, only had a noteworthy chance to book through player-coach Tobias Leis. After Paul Luecke had pushed a header to the crossbar, the knot burst in the 77th minute when Jannik Fischer sank the leather into the mesh to make it 1-0. As a result, the robust guests appeared briefly, but with the 2-0 only four minutes later, Daniel Ritter made the decision.
Tore: 1-0 Jannik Fischer (77th), 2-0 Daniel Ritter (81st). Referee: Welz (Haberge). Spectator: 160.
TSV Retzbach TSV Lohr 1:3 (1:0). Despite the 1-0 lead at halftime, Retzbach had to bow to favorite Lohr with 1: 3. “The win was well deserved,” said Lohr’s player-coach Christian Schmitt, who coached his team from the line this time. Already in the first section the guest created several high-quality opportunities, but failed miserably in each case. Retzbach, on the other hand, took advantage of one of the few opportunities for a happy lead. After a good hour, however, the third party broke the spell: Ardit Bytyqi initially marked the equalizer, before new signing Adrian Istrefi contributed his first goal to the 2-1 lead for Lohr. In stoppage time Ugur Sen produced the 1: 3 final score they deserved.
Tore: 1: 0 Philipp Gwein (34th), 1: 1 Ardit Bytyqi (63rd), 1: 2 Adrian Istrefi (68th), 1: 3 Ugur Sen (90 + 1). Referee: Bruns (Mensenges). Spectator: 80.
SpVgg Hsbach-Bhf. TSV Neuhtten-Wiesthal 2-0 (0-0). “Patrick Schneider made the difference today,” said Matthias Helfrich, head of sport for the host railway station, summarizing the 2-0 win against Neuhtten-Wiesthal. After the battered and goalless first half, goal hunter Patrick Schneider had the decisive scene shortly after the restart. At a distance of 25 meters from the TSV goal, Schneider grabbed the leather, pulled it off and pushed the leather against the surprised TSV goalkeeper Philipp Wirzberger to make it 1-0 in the lower right corner. From then on, the home side got better into the game and made the 2-0 final score shortly before the end, again through their veteran Schneider.
Tore: 1: 0, 2: 0 Patrick Schneider (47th, 85th). Referee: Urbanczyk (Wrzburg). Spectator: 175.
Spfrd. Sailauf TSV Uettingen 3:0 (2:0). “The boys didn’t do what we wanted in the first half,” said Uettingen’s disappointed coach Stephan Spanheimer after the defeat at direct competitor Sailauf. The TSV initially lacked the necessary aggressiveness and willingness to run. With 0: 2 behind, the guest presented themselves deliberately after the break, but did not manage to at least score the next goal despite several good opportunities. With a counterattack, Sailauf finally sealed the success that was ultimately deserved.
Tore: 1-0, 2-0 Tobias Bormann (18th, 34th penalty kick), 3-0 Linus Ebert (87th). Referee: Marx (Growelzheim). Spectator: 200.
The game between DJK Hain and TuS Frammersbach was canceled as a precaution because two people in the football department of the North Spessarter tested positive for Covid-19. According to TuS player-coach Patrick Amrhein, the two were each tested on the advice of the employer, but have not had any contact with the team since then. Nevertheless, the players from Frammersbach went to the test track in Marktheidenfeld and Aschaffenburg on Friday. “A large part has the result, all of them have been negative so far,” said Amrhein on Sunday morning. Therefore, he will probably continue training on Tuesday. The game against TSV Heimbuchenthal next weekend was canceled because TSV is playing a cup game.
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