What a return! Dinamo Dresden turned two goals back and jumped to fourth place

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What a return! Dinamo shot two goals behind and jumped to fourth place

By Thomas Nahrendorf

Dresden – Half as black as the pants, half as sunny as the sweaters. With a burst of performance and attractive football in the second half Dynamo Dresden beat VfL Osnabrück 3: 2 in front of 21,763 spectators and jumped to fourth place.

Then all the dams broke!  After the goal of leading SGD 3: 2, there was no brake.

Then all the dams broke! After the goal of leading SGD 3: 2, there was no brake. © Lutz Hentschel

Against VfL, SGD was 0: 2 behind at half time. Ahmet Arslan (53rd minute) with his sixth goal of the season, Paul Will (57th) and Claudio Kammerknecht (71st) with a dream goal from the heel turned the game around.

Dynamo coach Markus Anfang has surprisingly changed his system. He is back to go back to four. This also meant that he was more offensive and wanted to spice up the playful element by including Patrick Weihrauch.

In addition to Weihrauch, Max Kulke and Stefan Kutschke were also new. Kevin Ehlers, Dennis Borkowski and Manuel Schäffler had to sit on the bench for them.

Dinamo today against Osnabrück: Clearer Will calls for a performance increase
Dynamo Dresden
Dinamo today against Osnabrück: Clearer Will calls for a performance increase

Dresden initially took control and tried to increase the pressure. But that was unsuccessful because it lacked speed and accuracy. The balls either had too much pressure or no pressure. He was pale again.

At best, half silver possibilities have come up. There wasn’t a serious chance until half-time whistled.

Upon entering the cabin, the dynamos received a loud whistle as they not only behaved uninspired in the front, but also in the rear.

Formations of Dynamo Dresden and VfL Osnabrück

Michael Akoto heads the ball into his own net, Robert Tesche follows

Goalkeeper Stefan Drljača (in front) didn't have a 0: 1 chance from Dynamo's point of view.

Goalkeeper Stefan Drljača (in front) didn’t have a 0: 1 chance from Dynamo’s point of view. © Lutz Hentschel

It was three minutes of bankruptcy, bad luck and breakup: Michael Akoto headed a cross from the right of full-back to his goalkeeper as usual.

However, Stefan Drljaca slipped away and then dived in vain after – 0: 1 (36th). What money!

As if that weren’t enough, Robert Tesche (39th) headed shortly after from a free-kick from Florian Kleinhansl – 0: 2!

Dynamo Ultras distances itself from Bayreuth escalation:
Dynamo Dresden
Dynamo Ultras distances itself from Bayreuth escalation: “It has nothing to do with fan culture”

In the beginning her eleven did not change after the tea break. And that was the right decision. Strong words must have been spoken, because the sports community is back on the lawn with so much anger in their stomachs.

That was now the SGD as you want to see it. Aggressive, pungent, willing and successful.

Unfortunate action!  Michael Akoto (front) put Dynamo Dresden behind with his own goal.

Unfortunate action! Michael Akoto (front) put Dynamo Dresden behind with his own goal. © Lutz Hentschel

Ahmet Arslan, Paul Will and Claudio Kammerknecht turn the game for Dinamo Dresden

What a goal!  Claudio Kammerknecht (center) maneuvered the ball into the Osnabrück area with his heel.

What a goal! Claudio Kammerknecht (center) maneuvered the ball into the Osnabrück area with his heel. © Lutz Hentschel

After a Weihrauch cross at the far post, Arslan stayed there and pushed in – 1: 2 (53rd).

The home team followed suit. Kutschke hits the crossbar from close range. The Black and Yellows remained in action, Arslan passed the ball to Paul Will, who took a quick look and welded the ball under the roof – 2: 2 (57th).

Now the stadium was stopped, the whistles were forgotten. Now you could see the ideas, the playfulness. Everything that hadn’t been there for weeks has now blown up. Dresden invaded the VfL.

The 3: 2 was a painting, a work of art. Weihrauch takes the corner kick and passes it to Michael Akoto. He crossed sharply and flat in sixteen. Claudio Kammerknecht got the thing with his hoe – 3: 2 (71st). The game has changed!

Dresden has carried the score with heart and passion over time.

SGD defender Claudio Kammerknecht made the insane comeback perfect with his 3: 2 goal.

SGD defender Claudio Kammerknecht made the insane comeback perfect with his 3: 2 goal. © Lutz Hentschel

Cover photo: Lutz Hentschel

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