Sports Cologne's basement struggles to Cup: "Really shit, sporty and economically"
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You did it again: As a year and a half ago, Jahn Regensburg beats 1. FC Köln in penalty shootout.
Regensburger Stojanovic: "Every goalkeeper dreams of becoming such a hero"
at the time, in February 2021, the Regensburgs even prevailed against the favorite in the round of 16, this time was already in the first round for the Cologne team, whose coach Steffen was already Baumgart actually targeted the final in Berlin. "We had a weak quarter of an hour, in which the opponent gets three thick chances and takes two of them," said the Cologne coach, "but after that we switched to two six, got the game under control and would actually have scored the third goal But we don't have to. "
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So it went into the penalty shootout again, in which the Jahn triumphed again, for whom goalkeeper Dejan Stojanovic parried two penalty thrusts.
"Every goalkeeper dreams of becoming such a hero, it was very emotional," Regensburg's goalkeeper described the crucial scene, "I didn't even know that it was over, but when the team ran on me, I got it Realized. Today it worked, and against Cologne, that's a very nice moment in my career. " Stojanovic had noted the Cologne shooters and their preferences on a bottle. "Of course you jump into the corners and hope that you are right, that helped today."
Keller: "We carefully calculated and no longer planned in the cup"
frustrated, on the other hand, Christian Keller registered the first round of FC at his old place of work. "We were not wrong 0: 2, but then had the game control and came back, and had chances where you had to do the third goal," analyzed the sports director, whose first competitive game had led him back to Regensburg . "In the penalty shootout, Regensburg certainly had more confidence in the degrees."
Economically, this is a set-off for a setback for the billy goats. "We have carefully calculated and not planned in the cup, but of course we would have liked to get ahead. We have relied on every euro and today we left many lying down. That was really shit today, sporty and economical."
A frustrating return, which, according to Keller, does not allow any conclusions to be drawn to Schalke for the start of the season next Sunday (5:30 p.m.). "Even if it hurts today, another competition starts next week, so we want to get three points against Schalke," said Keller. "The team is able to do this, she also showed that."
The arbitration breakdown for Coyotes winger Lawson Crouse .
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