Baumi Game Winner!!!Image: Robin Baumgärtner (DJK Dampfach, 25) scores an Empty-Net goal in the 90’+4. The Goalie was pushed forward for help with a corner kick in the final seconds and Dampfach countered directly after the kick.
The DJK Dampfach wants to expand the successful streak of three victories at TSV Münnerstadt this Sunday. On the last Matchday, TSV Münnerstadt suffered their second defeat of the season against 1. FC 1906 Bad Kissingen. Last week the DJK Dampfach beat TSV Bergrheinfeld 3-1. Thus, the DJK Dampfach occupies second place in the table with 20 points (1 match less played than the current leader) . With 14 counters collected, TSV Münnerstadt is fifth in the ranking.
The DJK Dampfach still remains the only unbeaten team left in the Bezirksliga Unterfranken Ost. Dampfach currently sits with an impressive six wins and two draws. The last few showings from Dampfach were solid, letting Trainer Oliver Kröner celebrate at the end of the match - DJK Dampfach got 13 points from the last five games. Red Card for Heppt!Image: Leon Heppt (DJK Dampfach,20) gets sent off with a direct Red for kicking at a defensive player after the ball was out of bounds.
Foremost, the offensive side of the DJK Dampfach must get the TSV Münnerstadt under control and effectively move the ball forward through the midfield. On average, Dampfach hits the opponent's net more than twice per game. Patrick Winter (DJK,11) will be returning to the line-up after a short break, while Leon Heppt (DJK,20) will not be suting up for the next few matches due to being sent off the field with a red card for an unsportsmanlike foul. Heppt's block will also effect the team since they are scheduled to play position 3, SV/DJK Oberschwärzach, in the following week.
The defense of TSV Münnerstadt will be trying to plan out a way to hold the DJK Dampfach from scoring - nevertheless, the DJK Dampfach is slightly favored top win the match.