First three-pack for Prussia – Bindemann shoots Fortuna!


Bum-Bum-Bindemann – this guy is really awesome …

First triple pack for Prussia. Bindemann shoots Fortuna!

Regionalligist Münster remains unbeaten in their 18th game in a row and deserves a 4-2 win at Düsseldorf II “Hero of the evening” – Deniz Bindemann (18th). In the first round, the U19 player (young age group A-Juniors) managed three stalls (14th / 29th / 32nd) in just over half an hour.

Already his league hits five, six and seven. In only eight fourth division appearances. An amazing quota!



Alexander Langlitz scored with his 12th goal of the season to make it 4-2 at Fortuna Düsseldorf IIPhoto: firo Sportphoto

Head coach Sascha Hildmann (49) after the final whistle: “You can see what quality this boy has as a goalscorer. Nevertheless, we will continue to build it carefully. “Among other things, with a ban on interviews, so that” Bubi ‘”Bindemann can continue to concentrate fully on his football in the future. Not being distracted from the essentials …

But Prussia’s away success was by no means only due to the young talent. But the reward for a strong team performance. Even if he got a bit in the middle of the second half. When the Fortunas were able to reach 2: 3 through Georgias Siadas (61st), who had already scored the home side’s first goal at 1-1 (27th).

And that too in the minority. Düsseldorf goalkeeper Tim Wiesner saw red in the 40th minute because he had slipped out of the penalty area with the ball in hand on a wet lawn.

Prussia’s “hello-wake-up moment” then in the 66th minute. After an alleged foul by Jannik Borgmann against Siadas, referee Felix Weller points to the point. Enrique Lofolomo parries the penalty and Siadas slams the ball against the post in the margin.

Dedovic later humbly: “Of course it’s nice that I was able to help my team with it. We practice penalty shooting more often in training. My balance sheet is not so bad here either. Still, the two goals I conceded annoy me more today. “

The “threesome” in the Paul Janes Stadium was ultimately safe. And finally bagged up when Alexander Langlitz made the final score with his 12th goal of the season (71st).


Can be proud of the series and his team: Prussia coach Sascha Hildmann

Can be proud of the series and his team: Prussia coach Sascha HildmannPhoto: picture alliance / dpa / Revierfoto

This brings the Prussians one step further towards their self-imposed goal of surviving the second half of the season without going bankrupt. At the same time they stir up the expectations for the coming season, in which they seriously want to get involved in promotion to the 3rd division.

Hildmann: “Of course we can hardly say that we only want to play for 8th place. But we will stay on the carpet. “And with a little swipe at the competition:” This is Preußen Münster. Rot-Weiss Essen can make big sayings … “

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