US News Svensson sees many reasons for the lack of penetration

13:55  06 march  2021
13:55  06 march  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Eight points behind in 16th place was Mainz 05 at the end of the first half of the season, the 0-0 to Schalke pushed the Rheinhessen to Bielefeld on Friday evening, which only ran against Union Berlin on Sunday must, over. In the second half of the table, the FSV is currently fifth.

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"That doesn't matter to me," said coach Bo Svensson, as expected, when he reached the relegation place. "My focus is on the project. Today we did a good job, but we didn't get any reward. I am fully convinced that if we continue like this, we will be rewarded and in the end we will get what we deserve. If you don't collect enough points, you just get relegated. "

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Besides "luck at the end" there is also a lack of "quality in the gate closings"

Once again the problem was the penetration. With 19: 2 shots on goal, the FSV clearly dominated the game, 17 of these shots on goal landed next to the Schalke housing. Svensson sees various reasons for this: "We are also missing a bit of luck in the end, then the goalkeeper has held a few good balls, then of course we sometimes lack quality in the goal shots. In the second half we may have failed to make better use of our chances which was difficult because Schalke defended with many players. We should have created a lot more chances. "

"We were able to keep Schalke at a distance, that was the main goal at first. But of course, with the numerous chances we have to score at least one goal. That is the only thing we have to grapple with," emphasized Dominik Kohr. After his flu, the loan from Eintracht Frankfurt returned to the starting line-up. Jonathan Burkardt also played for Karim Onisiwo, who had to pass due to a muscle injury in his thigh. According to Svensson, it may be tight for the Austrian with a view to the game against SC Freiburg in a week's time, but we'll wait and see what the medical department can do.

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