There were no two opinions about the home win against KFC – deserved and even too low. On the other hand, one can argue about the music during the subsequent lap of honor…
3:0 – Top defended. Prussia also takes Uerdingen by the horns!
At the request of team DJ Marcel Hoffmeier (22), stadium announcer Martin “Kerni” Kehrenberg (51) had to play the Ballermann hit “Doppelhorn” by singer Lorenz Büffel over the stadium loudspeakers. At least it matched the mood of the more than 11,000 fans who celebrated their boys and the defense of the championship lead. Head coach Sascha Hildmann (50) took note of it with a smile, even if he himself isn’t that into “Malle-Mucke”. The song selection was described as a “catastrophe”.
On the other hand, he was very satisfied with his team’s performance against the relegated team from Krefeld: “The KFC didn’t always make it easy for us. But we wanted to be focused and committed from the very first minute. That worked well for long periods.”
Favored by a perfect start. Alexander Langlitz (30) made it 1-0 with the first chance in the 3rd minute. Left flank from Henok Teklab (23) to veteran striker Gerrit Wegkamp (28), who headed the ball perfectly for Langlitz. Chest acceptance, short turn – and then completed from 14 meters untenable. Sometimes football can be so beautiful and simple…
As a result, however, the hosts forgot to quickly add a second goal. Despite good opportunities. After a cross from Jules Schwadorf (29), Nicolai Remberg (21) volleyed over the goal of the KFC (11′), while Wegkamp’s head just touched the crossbar before the break (38′).
In the second round, the Adlerträger did better. It was Teklab who made the long overdue 2-0 lead in the 54th minute with a low shot into the far post. Before “Joker” Manuel Farrona Pulido (28) made the final score shortly after his substitution with a directly converted free kick from a good 25 meters.
Uerdingen’s coach Alexander Voigt (44) later in the press conference: “There is no doubt that we rightly lost here. We simply lacked the means and quality to seriously endanger Prussia. Even though we really wanted to.”
Two days before the end of the season, Münster remains in first place with a two-point lead over arch-rivals Rot-Weiss Essen, who also won their home game against Wegberg-Beeck 3-1. are preparing for the next difficult away task in Wiedenbrück starting tomorrow. We will be fully challenged again.”
Is correct! But with their strong defense – against the KFC the Prussians remained without a goal for the 19th time in the current championship series – they can also survive there. And get a big scrap closer to the dream of returning to the third division…