Pforzheim. No query: SG Pforzheim/Eutingen in the third division of Pforzheim handball nonetheless has nice potential for enchancment. That’s how coach Alexander Lipps sees it after a bitter however deserved 26:31 defeat in opposition to VfL Pfullingen. “It will not be a simple scenario for us to start out with two defeats at home. We do not have the stage of spring but,” the coach concluded the handball lesson, the place the company from the foothills of the Swab Alps introduced SG with unsolvable issues, particularly after the change of sides.
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“We had been capable of get out of the game due to our good return game in the second half. That was the key to success,” mentioned Daniel Breck, the coach of the former Bundesliga handball membership, which now sits completely at 6:0. Like Pforzheimers, Pfullingers endure from extreme trauma. However, VfL pulled former First Division Balingen participant Christoph Fott out of their hat at brief discover on Thursday. He changed two injured Pfullinger Julian Mühlhauser and Nils Roller, and even scored two extra objectives in the closing 4 minutes.
For Lipps, earlier than the battle, it was revealed that Fott can be chosen as the greatest visitor actor, who can be awarded a bottle of champagne. On the SG facet, opposing coach Brak introduced goalkeeper Bastianruchman with this valuable drink. the pulling man mastered two seven meters and extra. His clubmate Adam Studentkowski also saved a seven-meter throw.
Unlike Breck, Lipps was unable to make up for the absence of European Junior Champion Nico Schottle, the injured Leon Gerstner and the significantly injured Julian Broschwitz, who performed solely briefly in the early phases, as Bundesliga membership TVB Stuttgart wanted. To make issues worse, Slovakian rookie Matej Mikita also ended the game with a leg harm.
“I’ll see who’s able to observe on Monday,” mentioned a resigned Lipps.
The game at Bertha-Benz-Halle began off very effectively for SG, who fought a heated battle with Pfullingers for promotion to the second Bundesliga final season, from which Potsdam got here out a fortunate third.
Pforzheim/Eutingen took a 3:1 lead in the sixth minute and a 5:4 lead in the eleventh minute. Before the break (11:12) Lipps-Seven saved the controversy open. Württemberg’s 5-1 lead between the thirty fifth and forty first minutes at 19:13 proved untenable for SG, they usually trailed by 4 to 6 objectives by the finish.
Nevertheless, Lipps is optimistic about Sunday’s second set in Balingen: “Tim Feser and Jan Werner performed effectively after lengthy accidents.” Werner, who sank the ball 4 occasions in the final ten minutes, mentioned: “We failed ourselves and made a variety of technical errors. “We struggled with Pfullingen’s offensive protection.”