SV Babelsberg 03 II – ESV Lok Seddin 1: 1 (0: 0). Goals: 1-0 Benedict Cale (72), 1:1 Mathieu Marchner (90 + 1). Red card: Louis-Maximilian Schönfelder (62nd place, Babelsberg 03 II, assault).
As on the first day of the match at Langener SV, the Babelsbergers had to be satisfied with one point at the end. Head coach Thomas Schultz’s side got off to a good start and was given his first chance to the match by Torsten Silman, who later had to replace him with a tired. As a result, the hosts had noticeably possession of the ball in their first game on the new artificial turf floor on the sand, but they rarely came to a conclusion against the low Seidner. Seden defender Gerd Paul Henke cleared a ball from substitute Arthur Hilbert for his already defeated goalkeeper.
After the break, SVB goalkeeper Louis Maximilian Schönfelder allowed himself to attack Seiden’s Filip Kraugel, having won the league after Johannes Ted’s second leg was too short. That has changed quite a bit in the game, so the leadership of Babelsberg newcomer Benedict Kahl, previously active in the offspring of the RSV Eintracht 1949, Hertha 03 Zehlendorf and Hertha BSC, was well deserved. As a result, Cale missed the opportunity to worry about the decision in front of Luke’s guard, Felix Engel. It came in retaliation in injury time, when he met substitute Matthew Marchner after an offer by Dennis Schindel to equalize the guests.
SV Babelsberg 03 II: Schönfelder – Hausknecht, Braksch, Krause, Boysen – Tiede, Damjakob – Sellmann (17 Hilbert, 76 Dietzel), Walter, Hoffmann (67 cal) – Zzechki.
ESV Lok Seddin: Engel – Bach, Henk, N. Braun, Koch – Neumann, F. Titz – Clapper (79th Marchner), Schindel, Ulrich (79th T. Brown) – Kraugel.
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