ALL prevails with FC Gießen 3: 2.
In the Regionalliga Southwest SV 07 Elversberg is still in the heel of the front runner and Saarland rivals 1. FC Saarbrücken after the 18th game. After 3: 2 (1: 1) -Ouswärtserfolg started in the second half with FC Gießen promoted, the table backlog remains five cons.
Manuel Feil (29, penalty / 48, penalty / 56) scored all three goals for Elversberg. Noah Michel (23) and Dimitrios Ferfelis (63) met for casting. Shortly before the break, FCG player Timo Cecen sent a penalty kick (44th). In addition to the five goals, there were two court recommendations. Giessen's Ricardo Antonaci was shown a yellow card for standing over the ball and blocking it (72 & # 39;). Elversberger's Luca Dürholtz is shown a yellow card (76).
1. FC Saarbrücken prevailed on relegation threatening FK Pirmasens 2803 spectators 1:
0 (1: 0) do. Fabian Eisele (36) marked the winning goal of a former Bundesliga club that has won 15 in the past 18 seasons. The Pirmasens could only enter two threes this season.
Steinbach Haiger boosts confidence for high-end games
Third-ranked TSV Steinbach Haiger is 2: 0 (1-0) on U 23 FSV Mainz 05 further in striking distance to the top. Seven counters separate the TSV from Saarbrücken. Manuel Hoffmann (42) and Nikola Trkulja (56th) secured their third win in a row with Steinbach Haiger. The guests thus encouraged confidence for the top match against Saarbrücken in the context of the 19th meeting next Saturday, November 30 (from 2pm).
In Mainz and Steinbach Haiger, one player had to leave the field prematurely with dismissal. TSV player David Al-Azzawe saw his red card (72nd) due to an emergency brake. For the hosts, Dominic Peitz received a "scoreboard" for a repeat offense (90 + 2). In addition, Mainz Simon Brandstetter failed to deliver a penalty kick to TSV's neck Tim Paterok (73).
FSV Frankfurt scored the away win at TSG Balingen by a score of 4-1 (2-1). Mirco Born (37th), Steffen Straub (44th), Dominic Nothnagel (60th, penalty) and Arif Güclü (67th) all contributed to the Hesse list. He met Patrick Lauble (35th) for Balingen. The home side ended the game with Jonas Fritschi in the back of the net for the yellow-red foul play (62). The Frankfurt have not lost even five games.
Minos Gouras leads Astoria Walldorf to victory
FC Astoria Walldorf held on against the promoted TuS red-and-white Koblenz by a score of 3-0 (0-0). Minos Gouras (53/79) and André Becker (84) were successful for the hosts. Koblenz remains four points behind. The newcomer is still awaiting his first win of the season. Walldorf is sixth.
Thanks to an early goal from Toni Vastic (14th), third-team eliminated VfR Aalen won against U 23 at TSG Hoffenheim in front of 1804 spectators 1-0 (1-0). Due to the yellow-red card of Nikolaos Dobros (repeated challenge / 90 + 2), the hosts ended the game with only ten players. It was the fifth win of the season for VfR, who had already played eight draws – more often than any other club in the Southwest. Because of the trio, Aalen is now even with the young TSG Hoffenheim squad. Both teams have 23 counters in the account.
The fourth-ranked FC 08 Homburg brought the promoted FC Bayern Alzenau a 2-0 (1-0) away victory. Jannik Sommer (29th, penalty) and Christopher Theisen (48th) contributed to the fourth-ranked FCH in the rankings. Along with Alzen Robert Schick (61) and Hamburg captain Tim Stegerre (84), the two players were traded for repeated yellow-card fouls. Alzenau waits three times in front of his audience for three meetings to win
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Keywords: southwest RL southwest, VfR Aalen, Astoria Walldorf, TuS Koblenz, TSV Steinbach Haiger, 1. FC Saarbrücken, FC Giessen, FC Homburg, FSV Frankfurt, SV Elversberg
Date: 11/23/2019 6:02 PM
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