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Tech & Science Gondorf: "Otherwise there would have been even more pressure"

22:20  17 october  2020
22:20  17 october  2020 Source:   motorsport-total.com

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The Karlsruher SC scored their first win of the season against Sandhausen. "Grippy" Karlsruhe quickly bought the edge from the opponent. An important "first step" for Captain Jerome Gondorf.

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The Karlsruher SC got off to a bad start in the new season. After three games, Baden was still waiting for their first win - and their first goals. Philipp Hofmann dealt with the first goal against Sandhausen after just three minutes. "It was a great game for us today," said the striker after the game, emphasizing that "the timing was particularly important".

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Indeed, the Badeners showed themselves to be "handy right from the start", forcing their opponents to make mistakes again and again and were finally dangerous again by standards - so the two other hits by Dominik Kother and Christoph Kobald fell. Even though SVS keeper Martin Fraisl didn't cut a good figure on the third goal. "The goalkeeper of the opponent also offered something and then luck was on our side today. With this goal to 3-0, the game was certainly largely decided beforehand," said KSC coach Christian Eichner about the scene.

First step in the right direction

In general, the coach was "impressed by his team today, how they managed an extremely difficult situation after the first few games." Nevertheless, everything is far from good for KSC after their first win. The first points are "a first step" for captain Jerome Gondorf, but it was also necessary, "otherwise there would have been even more pressure". Gondorf & Co can take the next step on Friday (6.30 p.m.) in Nuremberg.

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