It is in sight – and still a bit away …
0: 2 at “small Borussia”. Prussia misses the top again!
After the close 0: 1 at Rot-Weiß Essen in mid-October, the boys from coach Sascha Hildmann (48) have now also lost the second top game in the Regionalliga in Dortmund. Although they defended themselves to the best of their ability at the table leaders and were equal for a long time.
Just not as unerringly as the little BVB. He took advantage of Alaa Bakir (19), who himself started playing football at TSV Handorf in Münster, from the first insecurity in the Adler cover for an early lead. Nice Lupfer over keeper Max Schulze Niehues (32), who did not rush out of his box energetically enough.
Caught cold – and despite this, the Prussians gradually got up to operating temperature. They also had the misfortune that referee Thibaut Scheer’s (Essen) whistle remained mute when BVB goalkeeper Stefan Drljaca (21) – well-punctured – outlined Osman Atilgan (21) in the penalty area (11th).
The Prussians stayed on the trigger, balanced the technical superiority of the U23 talents with a lot of effort. But instead of being rewarded, they were also punished. First Niklas Heidemann (25) hit the ball brilliantly from 20 meters on the crossbar, before Franz Pfanne (25) scored the surprising and undeserved 2-0 for the home side with the break whistle from a similar distance.
The same picture in the second run. Münster powerful, but without the last penetration in front of the opposing goal. Dortmund provided the space well, had the game under control and was lucky that Simon Scherder (27) pushed the ball just past the empty housing in the 89th minute. With this “home threesome”, the little Borussia moved away to six points and also has one game less on the account.
Twice as bitter for the Prussians: after a nasty, dark yellow foul by pan, veteran Dennis Daube (31) had to leave the field after 21 minutes with severe pain and a thick right foot. Hildmann, who in the meantime received a warning for complaining, was frustrated after the final whistle: “I really can’t blame my team. do. She tried everything. If the penalty had been given to Atilgan, the game would definitely have taken a completely different course for us … “