Red card in the first minute opens crazy game between Aschaffenburg and Nuremberg
The history of the catch-up is actually beginning before the kick-off: Because the bus with the Nürnberger U 21 on board on the way to Aschaffenburg was 45 minutes in the traffic jam, it started with 15 minutes delay. But then right now: Noel Knothe, center-back of the 1st FC Nuremberg, looked red after an emergency brake in the first attack. So the club had to operate almost 90 minutes in the subnumber.
Unimpressed, the guests went in the lead – even with 2: 0. Paul Besong laced a double pack with his hits in the 4th and 38th minute. After the break, the game then tilted. “Over time you have noticed that many players from us had last missed or ill. The grains were less and less”, summed up Club coaches Cristian fell.
With Elias Niesigk (79th) Aschaffenburg finally came to the goal. The hit for 2: 2 final score actually fell only in the detention time. Clay Verkaj (90. + 3) made the Victoria cheer as if it were a victory. Aschaffenburg’s coach Jochen Seitz spoke with “a laughing and a crying eye” from a “point for morality”. Fell elected almost the same words. “Even if it’s just a point for the table, it’s a victory for morality,” said the Nuremberg Coach.
The Viktoria moved to Tableplace ten, the club ranked eleven. Now it is said to refuel for strength, after all, the small Derby stands against the SPVGG Greuther Fürth II for the FCN on Saturday (14 o’clock, on Valznerweiher).
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