Entertainment Why wrong turning away cost Freiburg four points

18:45  03 december  2020
18:45  03 december  2020 Source:   de.motorsport.com

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Before the game on Saturday against Mönchengladbach, Freiburg coach Christian Streich criticized two of his players for a specific misconduct that had already cost four points - and spoke about his mixed feelings about the current situation possible, loud and intense coaching from the sidelines.

Von ihnen wird mehr Standhaftigkeit gefordert: Roland Sallai und Jonathan Schmid. © imago images (2) More steadfastness is required of them: Roland Sallai and Jonathan Schmid.

The deflected goal in Augsburg, which prevented SC Freiburg from winning the second win of the season and caused the corresponding disappointment for the Breisgauers, has already been reported in detail. On closer inspection, however, the fact that the hit came about still provides something to talk about five days later - also from Christian Streich's point of view. If Ruben Vargas's shot hadn't flown into the Freiburg goal, there would have been a penalty.

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This statement by the referee team, published by FCA trainer Heiko Herrlich in the press conference after the game, was confirmed by Streich on Thursday. "It would have been a legitimate penalty," emphasized the 55-year-old and therefore criticized the behavior of his right-back Jonathan Schmid in this scene: "Since the handball rule has been the way it is, you have to take your hands away if you want to block and not leave it on the front of the body. "

According to Streich, there are two options in such situations: "You stand up and let the ball shoot you in the face or you are subject to the human reflex to turn away when something flies towards you. Then you should leave your hands off." There is, however, a way of not having to surrender to the reflex: "You consciously work against it from the inside out and say the ball goes straight to my face, but there is no goal. It doesn't have to go in the face, but it can , or it hits the chest or the stomach. "

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"You deliberately work against it from the inside out and say the ball goes straight into my face, but there is no goal." - Streich's preferred variant,

Streich, requires his professionals to be more steadfast with the risk of being hit painfully by the ball. A matter of course in other sports such as ice hockey, where it is practically part of the code of honor to throw yourself into shots for your own team. The cracks on runners wear protective clothing, but run the significantly higher risk of being hit in the unprotected areas of their body by the much harder and faster fired puck. This behavior on the ice should even be viewed critically due to the higher health risk, while a soccer ball does not normally cause any great damage to the player's body.

In any case, the Freiburg coach formulated his criticism surprisingly clearly: "We didn't comply with Wolfsburg when Roland Sallai turned away (and deflected a Brekalo free-kick into the goal to make it 1-1, editor's note) and Not now. That costs four points. Other players in other teams don't do that either, but I'm not interested, I have no influence on that. " In the Freiburg case it is "very, very bitter, but everyone has to decide for themselves what to do, you can't force anyone," said Streich, "we have addressed it now and then." His verdict is unequivocal: "It's bad. You can take it when you score three goals in the front and one in the back, but that's not the case at the moment."

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Mixed feelings during loud coaching

Of course, Streich has no outside influence on the behavior in such fast-paced sequences, but generally already in the current situation without spectators in the stadiums. In the 1-1 draw in Augsburg, Streich guided his players from the sidelines almost continuously, asking them to follow up in the pressing or pointing out free-standing opponents. "That is positive, but I would be happy if I had to exert less influence. Obviously, regardless of whether it annoys one or the other, it is absolutely necessary at the moment."

Although the intensive coaching of his team, which started the season with some difficulties, is helping, it is not Streich's ideal state: "I actually want to do less because it should come from them and more should happen on the pitch." He thinks of loud coaching players like Thomas Müller and hopes that it will be better in the spring: "It was always like that in the youth. In September I chatted non-stop - that must have been terrible for many and in April it was all over three quarters less because it was internalized and the boys knew what to do. "

Schmid and Sallai should know that by now at the latest, if another shot comes flying towards them. Sallai, who was missing in Augsburg due to muscular problems, trained with the team again on Wednesday after a one-week break and, according to Streich, is an option for Saturday's game against Gladbach: "We have to see whether he has the overall maturity after the break Beginning to be able to play. "

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The fans of VfB Stuttgart and SC Freiburg will also benefit from the postponement of the Leverkusen DFB-Pokal game. © imago images Reunion shortly before Christmas: Silas Wamangituka and Vincenzo Grifo (r.). Because the Leverkusen-based team before the DFB Federal Court has obtained a postponement of their second round duel with Eintracht Frankfurt from December 23rd to January 12th, the clash between Stuttgart and Freiburg will now take place on December 23rd at 6.30 p.m. and only at 8.45 p.m.

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