Sports Lichte clashes with a fan: Mainz crisis intensifies
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The situation for FSV Mainz 05 is getting worse and worse. Jan-Moritz Lichte also loses his second game as an interim coach, Bayer Leverkusen takes a deep breath.
Jan-Moritz Lichte had just consoled his defeated players when the Mainz coach joined the gang and confronted an angry fan. The new coach of the 05er and the supporters discussed for minutes, visibly excited - the pointless false start heated the hearts of the Mainz team.
"I heard that it got a bit louder," said Luca Kilian on Sky about the scene after the 0-1 (0-1) against Bayer Leverkusen. Lichte spoke of a "difference of opinion" with the criticism, "that we didn't work out any real chances to score"
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Mainz stayed in 17th place in the Bundesliga, the false start is becoming increasingly blatant. Interim coach Lichte ran out of arguments after the second bankruptcy in the second game (schedule).
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Leverkusen, on the other hand, celebrated its first win of the season thanks to Lucas Alario (30th) and jumped to ninth place. The Champions League aspirant had drawn in the previous three games ().
"I'm very satisfied," said Bayer coach Peter Bosz: "That was important for us, you could see that."
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“Leverkusen are a top team, we all know that, with incredibly good players. In addition to the offensive potential, it is simply that they have an incredibly good defensive concept, ”explained Lichte. Mainz could accommodate the fact that Bayer in striker Patrik Schick and offensive player Florian Wirtz threatens the loss of two regular players. The 05er will have to do without a lot of support from their fans.
Lichte under pressure
Before the international break, Lichte with Mainz lost 4-0 against Union Berlin.
Sports Director Rouven Schröder said during the international break when SPORT1 asked: "Jan-Moritz Lichte is our head coach and he doesn't work on call. We trust him to realign and develop this team, and we want him to have the necessary one Give time. "
Schröder added, however: "It is also clear that we have to get our foot in the door as soon as possible this season."
This attempt failed against Leverkusen.Alario lets Bosz and Bayer breathe a sigh of relief
With his goal, the Argentinian striker Alario (30th) ensured that Leverkusen coach Peter Bosz emerged victorious from his fourth duel with Mainz. The hosts' performance, which was strong but too unimaginative, was not enough to give coach Lichte the first sense of achievement in the second competitive game on the Mainz bench.
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"We fought for him too," emphasized Kilian after his starting eleven, Jean-Paul Boetius spoke of a "bitter pill that we have to swallow".
The will was not denied to the last battered Mainz in front of the mini-backdrop of 250 spectators, they held against the Leverkusen who tried to control the game. However, the hosts did not initially get into dangerous areas, let alone scoring chances. After 25 minutes, Jonathan Burkardt spiked a cross just past the far post.
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But apart from a jack from Leon Bailey (7th) who just missed the goal, Bayer also managed little offensively in the early stages. As little went out of the game, Alario's opening goal after a corner was logical - and due to the larger proportion of the game, it was well deserved.Red card withdrawn after video evidence
The Werkself had recently suffered from bad luck with injuries: Not only was the 17-year-old top talent Florian Wirtz missing (abdominal muscle strain), but other prominent names in the newcomers Santiago Arias (broken fibula) and Patrick Schick (torn muscle). Even after the opening goal, both teams remained quite harmless offensively, goalkeepers Robin Zentner and Lukas Hradecky spent mostly quiet afternoons.
Mainz coach Lichte started the game with four new players compared to the heavy defeat at the debut in Berlin, including defender Luca Kilian who made his starting line-up for Mainz. At least the 05er looked much more stable than before, after changing sides they also became bolder and annoyed the guests earlier. Sven Bender blocked a shot from a good position by Levin Öztunali (55th).
Leverkusen took little risk in the forward gear, the best counter-chance failed because of the imprecise flank from winger Moussa Diaby (51.). Mainz also handled their few promising opportunities too sloppily - referee Bastian Dankert (Rostock) took back a red card (78th) against Bayer defender Edmond Tapsoba because of a supposed emergency brake after consulting the video assistant because Karim Onisiwo was offside.
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Last weekend Mainz 05 conceded the standard goals five and six of the current season. At the same time, your own yield after dormant balls is still poor, it is zero. Trainer Jan-Moritz Lichte is now making this a focus of training. © imago images Allows resting balls to train more intensively: Jan-Moritz Lichte. Mainz and Bielefeld are the only Bundesliga clubs that have not yet been able to capitalize on the offensive standards.