3: 1 against Türkgücü – FCS stops winning series – football

The 1. FC Saarbrücken climbs further up in the table, thanks to a strong 3: 1 against Türkgücü Munich, they take 5th place …

The Saarbrücken team comes in with a banner, takes a stand against racism: “For tolerance and diversity” is written on the poster. Since the racism trial against Dennis Erdmann there has been no victory in three games. Now the long-awaited threesome.

On the pitch, the FCS needs time to get into the game. And is caught cold after just 14 minutes: Vrenezi lays his chest on Knöll, Daniel Batz is powerless against his right-footed shot from 17 meters in the FCS goal – 0: 1 (14th).

FCS striker Sebastian Jacob scored his first goal of the season against MunichPhoto: picture alliance / Eibner-Presse

But Saarbrücken wakes up with the goal of Munich. Grimaldi makes it a little too complicated in front of the goal (19th), then TG-Keeper Vollath holds against Jacob, who is free in front of the goal (24th). But then finally the deserved compensation. After Müller’s corner, Grimaldi and Krätschmer climb up, Pius Krätschmer’s head is the last on the ball and scores to 1: 1 (26th). A minute earlier Saarbrücken should have received a penalty after Sorges handball, but referee Exner did not recognize the situation.

But it gets better that way too. After a super counterattack over the strong Jänicke, the ball comes back to Jänicke in the second attempt, whose chip is headed by Sebastian Jacob for the now well-deserved lead into the net (32nd).

Bitter, however: Grimaldi (36th) and Gouras (43rd) miss the 3: 1.

But that falls shortly after the break. Groiß disturbs Gorzel a lot in the build-up of the game, Grimaldi lays across Minos Gouras and he easily slides in to 3-1 (52nd). And Gouras missed the 4: 1 (65th) after a quick counterattack. The FCS has everything under control, but is too negligent with its chances. Again it is Gouras, who fails on the half-left to Vollath (76th). But far too little comes from Bayern to be really dangerous again. Without her top star Sercan Sararer (ill) there is no creativity whatsoever.

Saarbrücken does not necessarily use his counterattack, Gouras sticks to Vollath again with his shot from nine meters (85th). The fast German-Greek has chances for three games – but in the end it is enough for the third home win in front of 6300 spectators.

Coach Uwe Koschinat satisfied: “That was a really good performance from us.”