Great premiere at the 2-0 start: Wegkamp beheads Prussia to victory

He came, met and ensured Münster’s perfect start into the new football year …

Great premiere at the 2-0 start. Wegkamp beheads Prussia to victory!

For the first time in the club’s black-white-green history and seven duels, the team of head coach Sascha Hildmann (48) managed a “three” against the small neighbor from Rödinghausen at the beginning of the second half of the regional league. A hard-fought but well-deserved success that new striker Gerrit Wegkamp (27) initiated with his leadership.

The 53rd minute: Perfect right flank from captain Julian Schauerte (32) directly on the head of the ex-Bundesliga professional (3 games for Fortuna Düsseldorf) – and inside the thing. Wegkamp enthusiastically: “That was a great move. I could climb up unhindered, choose the corner. That’s exactly why I was brought in. “

But Wegkamp did not want to put himself in the foreground, but rightly praised the overall performance of the Prussians: “You have to mention our defense. We didn’t concede a goal and didn’t allow anything for 75 minutes. That was a really good performance from everyone, especially on this difficult track. “

He put the lid on for the Prussians with his 2-0: young talent Nicolai Remberg (r.)Photo: Revierfoto

The 2: 0 by the extremely strong fighting and running Nicolai Remberg (20/71.) As a logical consequence. Hildmann satisfied after the final whistle: “There isn’t much to criticize about the performance of my team today. The victory could have been a little higher. “

Right! In the end, however, the necessary bit of luck was missing. Rödinghausen’s Angelo Langer (27) saved twice for his already beaten keeper Alexander Sebald (24) on the line. First he scratched a headbutt from Benedikt Zahn (24) from the lower left corner (20th), before clearing a ball from Roshon van Eijma (22) in dire need after the restart. Münster’s Dutch central defender had already come into play shortly before the break for Marcel Hoffmeier (21) because he just barely missed a traffic light card. In addition, he has to take a break in Bergisch Gladbach on the next Saturday because of the 5th yellow card anyway.

Prussia coach Sascha Hildmann could be satisfied with the performance of his boys against Rödinghausen

Prussia coach Sascha Hildmann could be satisfied with the performance of his boys against RödinghausenPhoto: picture alliance / Guido Kirchner

Münster’s trainer also received a warning from the good referee Marco Goldmann (Warendorf). Already his fourth this season. Reason: He had demanded a – possibly justified – penalty in the 54th minute after fouling Joel Grodowski (23). At the end of the game, however, they loved each other again. Hildmann grinning: “We even agreed that we would both watch the scene at home very closely on the television. Anyone who is wrong with his claim must spend the other one. “

A conciliatory end to a successful afternoon of football – at least from the Prussian perspective …


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