US News point against relegation: Braunschweig fought 0-0 in Nuremberg

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

Mainz Sports Director: Striving with all his might for 16th place

 Mainz Sports Director: Striving with all his might for 16th place Sports Director Martin Schmidt declared 16th place in the Bundesliga as a major goal of FSV Mainz 05. “At Christmas, the relegation place was the highest of emotions. We are striving for this rank with all our might », said Schmidt in an interview with Sport1 (Friday). The deficit towards the front has already been shortened a little "and if we continue to succeed, then perhaps a direct rescue may be possible in the end," explained Schmidt.

Eintracht Braunschweig scored 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.

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