Entertainment point against relegation: Braunschweig fought 0-0 in Nuremberg

17:05  28 february  2021
17:05  28 february  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

VBL: Groundbreaking matches for VfL Bochum

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Eintracht Braunschweig got an important away point in the relegation battle of the 2nd Bundesliga. The Lower Saxony came to a goalless 0-0 at 1. FC Nürnberg on Sunday and are penultimate with 21 points only one point behind VfL Osnabrück in 15th place. Next Sunday, Eintracht will receive SV Sandhausen and SV in the basement duel can with a success against the tables-16. leave the direct relegation area.

Der Nürnberger Nikola Dovedan (r) spielt gegen den Braunschweiger Danilo Wiebe. © Timm Schamberger / dpa The Nuremberg Nikola Dovedan (r) plays against the Brunswick Danilo Wiebe.

The "Club" from Nuremberg had its only real urge phase before the break when Braunschweig goalkeeper Jasmin Fejzic steered a powerful shot from Nikola Dovedan over the crossbar. After changing sides, Eintracht became bolder. But she proved again and again why she is the weakest offensive in the league.

Calles praises: "Did not give up" - but also criticism .
After the contested 84:81 (75:75, 38:43) success after the Hamburg Towers was extended over the Braunschweig lions, Pedro Calles was philosophical. "The sun didn't shine for us today, so we had to learn to dance in the rain," said the coach of the Bundesliga basketball team from the Hanseatic city after the narrow victory on Wednesday evening in the edel-optics.de arena. © Axel Heimken / dpa / Archivbild Hamburg's trainer Pedro Calles coaches his team on the sidelines.

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