In Mülheim, Anton Boomes was able to take the lead in Krefeld before the young CHTC goalkeeper Lasse Kille was increasingly challenged. The lone 17-year-old goalkeeper made a good aggregate save but was unable to prevent Mülheim’s two goals. The visitors did well defensively, but the greatest danger came from the Mülheim team. Five minutes before the break, Anton Boomes scored to make it 2-2, but Mülheim’s Max Godau skilfully used a superior number to take a 3-2 lead at the break. Former Krefeld player Henrik Mertgens expanded on this, but the CHTC now developed more of a movement towards goal and was rewarded with a goal from Elias Friedrich. Further corners from Krefeld were saved and the home side increased the lead to 5:3 (43rd) through Max Godau. The game clearly increased in intensity and Mülheim developed a random advantage, but failed due to Lasse Kille. Not so with the Krefelders, who shortened thanks to Anton Boomes’s counterattack and then equalized with a corner variation by Lucas Bachmann. In the remaining minutes, Mülheim played with the majority and used it to score 6:5 (60th). Due to late goals conceded in both games, Krefeld lost a total of three points. “The goals we conceded late are obviously very unfortunate for us and we still have room for improvement, but we’ve also seen a lot of good things. We will train hard this week to get our first win of the season against DSD Düsseldorf,” he said CHTC coordinator Hans-Werner Satory.