Dynamo Dresden's notes against HSV: Christoph Daferner clicks on!

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Dynamo notes against HSV: Christoph Daferner snaps on!

By Jens Masslich

Dresden – That’s a good start. Even if it’s against Hamburger SV was not enough for the first home three of the new year, the occurrence of Dynamo Dresden at 1:1 was quite promising.

SGD keeper Kevin Broll (26) showed a rock solid performance.

SGD keeper Kevin Broll (26) showed a rock solid performance. © Picture Point/Gabor Krieg

Against the promotion aspirants from the north, the black and yellow were the better team, especially in the first round, but were often too imprecise near the penalty area. Defensively, a mistake by Julius Kade was enough, which was punished coldly.

But the individual criticism shows that none of the actors dropped out. Above all, Dynamo convinces with a solid team performance. This is what the first TAG24 notes of the year look like:

Kevin Broll (26): His neck pain seemed to be gone. He held what he could hold, but had no chance at 0:1. Not always safe with the ball at your feet. TAG24-Note: 3.

Dynamo claws a point against HSV thanks to Christoph Daferner!
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Dynamo claws a point against HSV thanks to Christoph Daferner!

Michael Akoto (24): Was always on the move and made a lot of meters on Dynamo’s right side. Only the yield was not quite right. Note: 3.

Michael Sollbauer (31): He ensured order just before and in the penalty area. Impressed with his resolute duel leadership and was the last resort several times. Note: 2.

Dynamo captain Yannick Stark goes ahead with irrepressible will

Ransford-Yeboah Königsdörffer (20, 2nd from left) started the 1:1 with an outstanding pass.

Ransford-Yeboah Königsdörffer (20, 2nd from left) started the 1:1 with an outstanding pass. © Lutz Hentschel

Kevin Ehlers (20): Not quite as sure as his neighbor and a little shaky at first. But then it increased. Note: 3.

Chris Lowe (32): Tirelessly on the left flank. However, his standard situations remained too safe. Note: 3.

Yannick Stark (31): The name is program. Is perhaps not the fastest anymore, but showed irrepressible will and thus won duels that were almost lost. Note: 2.

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Julius Kade (22, until the 90th minute): He was actually good in the game, as were his teammates. But when it was 0:1, he made two mistakes. First he didn’t go with Glatzel, then he jumped through under the flank. Note: 3.

Ransford-Yeboah Königsdörffer (20, until the 81st minute): Actually, he got stuck too often in his actions. But before the goal to make it 1-1, he had the overview and played perfectly on Kade. Could have made it 2-1 twice after that. Note: 3.

Christoph Daferner scored his ninth goal of the season against HSV

Christoph Daferner (24, right) is Dynamo's offensive life insurance!

Christoph Daferner (24, right) is Dynamo’s offensive life insurance! © Lutz Hentschel

Vaclav Drchal (22), up to the 71st minute): The new winter signing was also in the starting XI. But there was no trace of a missing bond. Solid starting XI debut from the Czech. Note: 3.

Christopher Daferner (24): He continued in the new year where he left off in the old one. His equalizing goal to make it 1-1 was his ninth goal this season. Note: 2.

Brandon Borrello (26, up to 71 minutes): Finally wanted to score his first goal of the season and even tried it from his own half. But not only there was the last bit of luck missing. Dribbled too often. Note: 3.

Oliver Batista Meier (20, from 71.): –

Paul Will (22, from 71.): –

Heinz Mörschel (24, from 81.): –

Guram Giorbelidze (25, from 90.): –

Cover photo: Lutz Hentschel

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