Dynamo Dresden lose Sachsenderby against FCE Aue and have to relegate without confidence

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Dynamo lose Sachsenderby against Aue and have to relegate without confidence

By Thomas Nahrendorf

Dresden – Is it after Dynamo Dresdenit was the last Sachsenderby against it FC Erzgebirge Aue. It could now be seen that this mating definitely has its appeal. 29,500 enthusiastic fans watched an intense battle for the golden pineapple in fantastic weather. The 105th meeting was decided by the violins with a goal by Nicolas Kühn 1: 0 (0: 0). SGD remains without a win throughout the second half of the season!

Despite good opportunities, the match went goalless 0-0 at the break.

Despite good opportunities, the match went goalless 0-0 at the break. © Picture Point / Gabor Krieg

Dynamo must admit that the performance in the offensive will not be enough for Kaiserslautern in the relegation.

Against the league’s absolute shooting hall (72 conceded goals), despite good chances, no goal was achieved – shameful for self-confidence. Lautern’s coach Dirk Schuster, known in the shaft, watched the match from the press box.

He will have made his notes. Aue behaved the way he lets himself be played: Toxic, disgusting and aggressive. However, FCE coach Pavel Dotchev has to ask his boys why they do not always show this commitment …

Ex-dynamo Tim Kister hangs up his football boots!
Dynamo Dresden
Ex-dynamo Tim Kister hangs up his football boots!

The 90 minutes needed no warm-up time. Dresden was lucky twice in the beginning: Aue’s captain Dimitrij Nazarov (4th) hit the ball from just over 25 meters to the crossbar.

Then Senste Guram Giorbelidze (8th) replaced Ben Zolinski and was not even warned. The host took over from the 20th minute.

Two well-designed attacks involving lightning-fast Vaclav Drchal were carelessly mismanaged. So close to the goal, more needs to happen.

As always, Sachsenderby was very focused on duels.  FCE captain Dimitrij Nazarov (left) hit the crossbar in the 4th minute of the first round.

As always, Sachsenderby was very focused on duels. FCE captain Dimitrij Nazarov (left) hit the crossbar in the 4th minute of the first round. © Lutz Hentschel

Lineups by Dynamo Dresden and FC Erzgebirge Aue

Nicolas Kühn artistically shoots FC Erzgebirge Aue to victory

Aues Nicolas Kühn (left) scored the goal against Dynamo goalkeeper Kevin Broll and made it 1-0 in the 53rd minute.

Aues Nicolas Kühn (left) scored the goal against Dynamo goalkeeper Kevin Broll and made it 1-0 in the 53rd minute. © Robert Michael / dpa

Patrick Weihrauch (25th) hit his direct attempt on the crossbar – 1: 1 after aluminum blow. However, the two teams showed in each other’s penalty area why they are where they are.

And the dynamo did even more after the break. What an incredible scene: Paul Will (48th) energetically asserted himself 30 meters from the goal and pulled away. Philipp Klewin hit the ball.

The leather turned toward the empty gate. Christoph Daferner only had to lay his head down, but was so hampered by Drchal standing behind him that the leather hit his shoulder and jumped away.

Ex-dynamo Alexander Jeremejeff shoots his team to victory with a hoop and stays on top!
Dynamo Dresden
Ex-dynamo Alexander Jeremejeff shoots his team to victory with a hoop and stays on top!

This incredible scene was punished twice. Instead of 1: 0 for SGD, it was 1: 0 for Aue seconds later. Zolinski came through on the right, but the shot went wide. Nicolas Kühn (54th) made a great block, though.

The hit had an effect. Dresden now tensed up in an attempt to equalize the match. The blacks and yellows tried everything, it can not be denied. But how was bad.

It was too hectic and random. Daferner (65 ‘) had the best chance after a Weihrauch free-kick that Klewin parried. And then the 1500 people who traveled with us sang, Steigeren at last!

Disappointment for Paul Will (center) and captain Tim Knipping (right): Dynamo Dresden had to accept another defeat on the final day of the match.

Disappointment for Paul Will (center) and captain Tim Knipping (right): Dynamo Dresden had to accept another defeat on the final day of the match. © Lutz Hentschel

Cover photo: Robert Michael / dpa, Lutz Hentschel

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