Sports Dresden's Kulke blocked for one game

17:40  26 october  2020
17:40  26 october  2020 Source:   pressfrom.com

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In the game against FC Ingolstadt (0: 1) Dresden's Max Kulke had to leave the pitch after just four minutes. Now the DFB sports court has passed a judgment.

Nach Max Kulkes Notbremse folgt nun die Konsequenz: Für ein Spiel wird er gesperrt. © imago images After Max Kulke's emergency brake, the consequence now follows: He is blocked for a game.

Dynamo Dresden has to do without its right-back Kulke for a game, as the DFB announced in a message. In addition, Kulke is banned from all other championship games until the suspension expires.

Shortly after the game kicked off in Ingolstadt, 19-year-old Ingolstadt's Stefan Kutschke fouled in the penalty area. Referee Martin Thomsen did not wait long and pulled out the red card. Kutschke then converted the penalty and thus ensured the 1-0 winning goal for the Ingolstadt team.

In Saturday's home game against SV Meppen, Dynamo's coach Markus Kauczinski has to find a replacement for the suspended Kulke, who has played five times for Dresden this season.

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After the 0: 1 in Ingolstadt, many a Dresden camp had a thick neck. Two decisions made by referee Martin Thomsen were responsible for this. © imago images He couldn't understand some of the referee's decisions: Markus Kauczinski (right). The key scene of the game was already in the fourth minute: Kulke was the last man to foul Kutschke, causing a penalty and on top of that saw the red card for an emergency brake. The fouled competed himself and, as it turned out, scored the goal of the day.

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