Aue could not improve his precarious situation in the catch-up game against the Hamburg SV: With 0: 4, the table penitent with the HSV under the wheels, it was the third defeat in a row, whereby the distance to the relegation rank 16 continues to be nine points. Erzgebirge Trainer Pavel Dotchev sees the chances of shrinking on the league – and called the now upcoming match against Hannover 96 next Saturday (13.30, live! At Saturday) to the final.
- “If we do not win on Saturday, we can plan one hundred percent with the 3rd league”
- Male: “We will try to make our homework”
“If we do not win on Saturday, we can plan one hundred percent with the 3rd league”
“The game against Hanover is the last chance,” says Dotchev after the defeat in Hamburg at the “Sky” microph1. “We have been talking about the next game for weeks, but now the time has come, where I say: That’s our very last chance. If we do not win on Saturday, we can plan one hundred percent with the 3rd league.”
Significant words of the coach who had previously seen an outside team that had no strength against HSV “at all.” Hamburg was just in the second half full of playing pleasure and came to numerous opportunities. After the still “relatively good” first half was, so Dotchev, the 0: 2 had been a negative experience for the boys “just before the break. An experience of which his players could not recover: “We tried it, but that HSV was superior to us today is no secret.”
Male: “We will try to make our homework”
That counter to the 0: 2 will annoy especially Martin meal. The Auer Captain and Keeper had great problems with the flattering ball of Sonny’s coat: “The ball goes from me into the right corner. I do the first step in the direction and then the ball pulls around.” On the sudden change of direction he had “unfortunately not fast enough”, and so meln steered the ball into his own goal. “That’s awesome for the team,” says the keeper after the game.
The now upcoming game against Hannover is summarized for Mänels Trainer a final and also the captain, one must look into the eye of reality. “We depend on many other factors and teams, but will try to make our homework.” The 34-year-old faith has not yet been lost: “Otherwise, I could unsubscribe.”