Saturday, 21 March 2009

BVB II - SV Elversberg

The duel between the best attack and best defense of the league went for the second time in the offensive department.

After the 3:1-success in the Red Earth sat Borussias Regionalliga team in the return match at SV Elversberg with 2:1 (2:0), and remains the leader Kaiserslautern on the heels of his worst game in Kleve expected to result in won 3:1.

After the pursuer Essen (0:0 against Cologne) and Verl (0:1 in Oggersheim) feathers had everything more than ever on a duel between the two current top teams out RWE because on third place has already eight points behind on the BVB. Theo Schneider, however, remains cautious: "We want to continue the role of the first prosecutions play and be there when Lautern Patzer should. But we must not depreciate the Essen, but it is still too early. "

Nevertheless, on the way back to the top of the Borussen another big chunk out of the way cleared. It was a tight victory, and even without the mandatory Zitterspinne seconds was also not in the Saarland, but the bottom line is deserved. The BVB had seamlessly to the benefit of adequate follow recent games, the action for an hour clearly dominated, but would break even more than "just" have to lead with 2:0. Daniel Ginczek after a double pass between Uwe Hünemeier Tyrala and Sebastian (20) and Daniel Gordon, the ball after a corner from Tyrala spectacularly with his head in the corner wuchtete (23), used the same first two big chances and were thus early forerunner of success. Other possibilities were the guests, however, unused, so just before the break when Gordon after Vrancic toll-free at responding goalkeeper failed.

From the middle of the second half changed the picture, Elversberg was lucky with his Einwechslungen, had now more from the game, made a permanent pressure and was found, after a header from goalscorer Martin Willmann (78) re-tuned. The space men threw everything forward now - and four minutes before closing, the BVB Riesendusel, after a shot of the interior carpentry posts for the good John Foch rescued.

Theo Schneider was the tension of the last minute n long after the final whistle noted. "It was a hard piece of work, but we again have one of the strongest teams in the league defeated," rejoiced the Borussen trainer who has his boys to a strong collective performance certified closed - starting with the great interior defender harmonizing duo Uwe Hünemeier / Daniel Gordon up to the attackers and Tyrala Ginczek who oppose the routine and otherwise so solid saddle Elversberg Defensive brilliantly argued.

Borussia Dortmund 2: Foch - Hillenbrand, Gordon, Hünemeier, Koch - Omerbegovic (87. Boztepe), Vrancic, Piossek, Hille (76. Oscislawski) - Tyrala - Ginczek. - Tore: 0:1 Ginczek (20), 0:2 Gordon (23), 1:2 Willmann (78).


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