Sports Mainz goalkeeper Zentner: Criticism as a signal for upswing

12:50  12 may  2021
12:50  12 may  2021 Source:   spox.com

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Mainz goalkeeper Robin Zentner swung his foot at the ball – or, rather, at the air where he thought the ball was. (Screen shot: Sky Sports). The following video, from a German Bundesliga game between Mainz and Borussia Monchengladbach, is completely inconsequential. Mainz goalkeeper Robin Zentner received a back-pass in the first half of Saturday’s match, took a touch and looked to cycle possession to a teammate. After a second or two, he picked out the right option, and tried to play the ball … only to realize it was, uh, not exactly where he thought it was

The goalkeeper had to scramble back to stop the opponents scoringCredit: Reuters. After colliding with the striker, the goalkeeper was handed a lifeline by one of his sides defenders - who ran in and punted the ball out of play. And the error has since been likened to Ronaldinho's no-look pass. Sandro Schwarz's men were 1-0 up at the time, with Abdou Diallo's opener giving the visitors an advantage after 19 minutes. But Jannik Vestergaard found the equaliser midway through the second half to finish the game as a draw. Sending my love to the Mainz goalkeeper , who the whole soccer internet is

for Robin Zentner was the desiring criticism after the breeding round the start signal to the sporty upswing at the football Bundesliga club FSV Mainz 05. "If one is called" failure "or hears," The Mainz does not get anything », that's an incentive," Zentner said in an interview of the "Sport Image" (Wednesday).

Robin Zentner gestikuliert. © Tom Weller / DPA / archive image Robin Zentner gesticulated.

At the turn of the year, the Rheinhessen had just six points in the account. Then it went under the new coach Bo Svensson uphill. Meanwhile, Mainz is facing the league. "When we did not want to trust us, I thought: If you see that, please. But still the topic is not over, "Zentner said.

emigration thoughts? Svensson sees Mainz as a long-term task

 emigration thoughts? Svensson sees Mainz as a long-term task Success awakens desirilities, this applies to players and coaches. Bo Svensson was classified in media as a conceivable Nagelsmann successor in Leipzig because of its RB past. On Wednesday, the 05 coach made clear that he is not finished in Mainz. © Imago Images is far from finished with Mainz: FSV coach Bo Svensson. "We have the 28th of April.

Mainz goalkeeper Robin Zentner has a moment to forget as he mistakes the penalty spot for a football and his missed kick attempt nearly results in a goal for Borussia Monchengladbach in the Bundesliga. Mainz keeper gets away with embarrassing air-kick. 6 Nov 20176 Nov 2017.

Mainz goalkeeper Robin Zentner has said his air-kick in Saturday's Bundesliga match against Borussia Monchengladbach happened when he mistook the penalty spot for the ball. Video footage showed Zentner kick thin air with the ball nowhere near him during the 1-1 draw at Borussia Park, and the clip quickly went viral on social media. Fortunately for Mainz , the 25-year-old realised his error and took evasive action just in time with a Gladbach forward bearing down on him. The ball then broke loose, only for the relieved goalkeeper to see a teammate clear it out of play.

as a cutting experience, the 26-year-old designated the draw (1: 1) at Borussia Dortmund in the second game under Svensson. "To really believe in a turn, you also need success experiences," he said. After the point gain, the team knew that one could build on it.

Another key to success is the special approach of the trainer. "He tells a healthy the things that were not good - whether we won or lost. He always asks for performance. We as a team need that. We have to be tickled again and again, "Zentner said.

on Sunday (18.00 o'clock / SKY) Mainz at home can make the league clear. And as it wants fate, Dortmund is the opponent. As with the turn in January, this time a point for the big goal could be enough.

Zeitung: Keeper ter Stegen could leave Barça .
The financial problems of the Spanish football top club FC Barcelona also fired rumors for national teakeepers Marc-André Ter Stegen. © Marius Becker / DPA Torwart Marc-André Ter Stegen is still under contract at FC Barcelona. Catalans could possibly get the Italian national goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma. In this case, the club would offer stoves for sale to make cash, wrote the Madrid specialzeitung «AS».

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