Chemnitzer FC lost to Lok Leipzig on Wednesday evening in front of 3265 spectators. Okan Kurt managed to equalize, but Leipzig answered directly.
For the trade fair townspeople it was the fifth victory in a row, for the Chemnitz-based company it was the fourth defeat of the season.
Andis Shala tried spectacularly after the first corner, putting the ball just wide of the far post with his heel (9th). Then the guests came.
The linchpin in the trade fair townspeople’s game: Sascha Pfeffer. In the 15th minute Djamal Ziane headed a Pfeffer free-kick on goal – goalkeeper Jakub Jakubov was on the post.
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Then Theo Ogbidi was sent steeply. Robert Zickert came a step too late, put the attacker – foul penalty and yellow for the CFC captain.
Pfeffer straightened the ball and gave Jakubov no chance: 1-0 for the Messestädter (29th). Ten minutes before the break, it was again pepper who forced the goalkeeper to do his best.
This time the 34-year-old chased a free kick straight at the short post. Jakubov stretched out and scratched the ball from the goal line.
The hosts remained pale offensively. It was too cumbersome, too imprecise, too hectic. In stoppage time, Okan Kurt hit the side netting from an acute angle.
Nothing more came. “We don’t have the punch, we have to be more consistent,” said CFC sports director Marc Arnold during the half-time break.
But initially only the guests brought their punch and consistency onto the pitch. While Shala allowed himself to be blocked away at the six-yard area, Bogdan Rangelov scored in return to make it 2-0 (51st). Pfeffer hung up from the baseline.
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Kilian Pagliuca gave the sky blue hope again with his header (65th). Okan Kurt actually equalized with a dream goal (75th).
But Lok replied immediately. Substitute Eric Voufack scored seconds later to win.