Second division relegation: zero number in the first leg between 1. FC Kaiserslautern and Dynamo Dresden

Status: 05/20/2022 10:21 p.m



In the first leg of the relegation to the 2nd Bundesliga, neither 1. FC Kaiserslautern nor Dynamo Dresden gained a major advantage – the game ended 0-0

46,895 fans at the Fritz-Walter-Stadion gave the game a backdrop worthy of the Bundesliga – while the game was anything but top-notch entertainment. At the end of a weak game there was a logical 0:0. “We sold well”said Kaiserslautern’s sports manager Thomas Hengen on “Sky”. “There’s a lot at stake, you can tell that with both teams.”

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The second leg will take place next Tuesday (May 24th, 2022, 8.30 p.m. Listen live and in the ticker at sportschau.de) in Dresden. The away goals rule no longer applies this season. In the event of a tie after two legs, there will be overtime, possibly a penalty shoot-out. “Since the rule has been abolished, we can live very well with the result”said Dresden’s Chris Löwe.

Dresden in the second half with the only good chance of the game

Kaiserslautern was the better team for long stretches in the first half. Ultimately, there were hardly any compelling goal actions on either side before the break. Dynamo had to take out Paul Will after less than 20 minutes, who left the field in a daze after colliding with Daniel Hanslik. Will had to go to the hospital for observation. “He has a severe concussion. He was dizzy, he saw things twice,” said Dresden coach Guerino Capretti.

It became really dangerous for the first time in the 56th minute – from Dynamo Dresden: A cross from the left, kicked in by Guram Giorbelidze, was headed by Christoph Daferner to the right corner, but Lautern’s goalkeeper Matheo Raab saved the ball. Otherwise, there was a lack of momentum in the second half of the game, the game headed unerringly to 0-0 in the final phase – the decision will now be made on Tuesday.

FCK played the game with their new coach Dirk Schuster. He had replaced Marco Antwerpen after three defeats at the end of the season. The Dresdeners had not won a game in the entire second half of the 2nd Bundesliga. The last victory of the harmless Dresden team came on December 12, 2021 from 1-0 at Erzgebirge Aue.

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