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Hitzhofen has to give up third place after defeat to Oberhaunstadt

Hitzhofen has to give up third place after defeat to Oberhaunstadt

After a 1:2 (1:1) defeat, FC Hitzhofen/Oberzell had to return home from Oberhaunstadt in the Zone 1 League Donau/Isar. TSV finished third, while FCHO lost and were also beaten by victorious SV Kasing (1-0 vs Saundersdorf) and now sit fifth in the table. “We didn’t play well today,” FCHO coach Michael Olah said after the game. If we made it 2-1 after the break, the match would have ended differently. But Oberhaunstadt winning is good.”

Both teams started cautiously. Long-range shots from Amine Ismaili and TSV's Simon Bellinghausen were the first notable chances of the opening half-hour. After 34 minutes, TSV had their best scoring opportunity yet, but Alen Patak shot the ball freely over the goal after a quick free kick. Two minutes later, TSV took the lead: Bellinghausen, who was running, converted a corner kick wide to the second post at the short corner. The entire FCHO defense was out of place here. The visitors, who had been fairly harmless in attack, managed to equalize before half-time after a record situation: Ismaily curled a free kick sharply inside, and a restored and improved centre-back Florian Halsner maneuvered the ball over the goal line from a crowd of players. .

From the 57th minute onwards, FCHO's brief period of urgency began, as Olah mentioned. Patrick Schwarz won the ball during TSV's warm-up match and Fardin Gholami fired his pass past the goal. Dominik Felser's attempt also did not find its way into TSV's goal. As a result, the home team was the better team, but failed repeatedly due to FCHO goalkeeper Valentin Buhar. This was also the case in the 77th minute, when Amadeus Tauber appeared alone in front of him. But Bouhar was ultimately helpless when it came to the next shot. The Yellows were unable to turn the game around, while TSV wasted two good counter-attack opportunities.


FC Hitzhofen/Oberzell: Buhar, Riedel (46. n. Felser), s. Forino, Halsner, Renkeber, D. Welser, Gholami, Ismaili, Welser (84. M. Forino), der (81. L. Pfaller), Schwartz. – Portals: 1:0 Bellinghausen (36th), 1:1 Halsner (42nd), 2:1 Taubert (77th).