Brutally important for the SGD! Dynamo Dresden beat Hallesche FC in the third division east duel and celebrated their first win since December 2021.
Dresden – That does not exist. Finally! It took 236 days! 236 days after the 1-0 on December 12, 2021 at FC Erzgebirge Aue! the SG Dynamo Dresden ended her 21-game negative streak without a three-pointer.
In front of 11,804 spectators, the black and yellow won 2-0 (1-0) at Hallesches FC. HFC captain Jonas Nietfeld (14th) scored the goals in the deserved and never threatened success with an own goal and Patrick Weihrauch (80th).
Dynamo, who played with black armbands in memory of Wolfgang Haustein, was briefly absent from Kyu-Hyun Park.
The South Korean felt a twinge in his groin and was rested for the following two games of the English week against SC Verl and FC Viktoria Köln. Instead, Kyrylo Melichenko made his debut in the starting XI.
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In the first ten minutes, the guests didn’t do much. Halle started early, put the SGD under pressure and thus conquered the balls. Dynamo coach Markus Anfang stood on the sidelines, gesticulating wildly and screaming, kept raising his arms and slapping them on his thighs. He didn’t like the game.
But then he found time to clap his hands, which he enjoyed more. The lead of the black and yellow fell after a mistake. Julius Kade jumped the leather meter from the foot at the center circle. Paul Will bailed it back from Leon Damer and staged Christian Conteh. The winger entered the penalty area from the right, pushed two opponents into the carousel and passed sharply inside. Manuel Schäffler was there, but before he could get there, HFC captain Jonas Nietfeld pushed the ball into the corner – 1:0 SGD (14th).
Even if not everything shone golden afterwards, and a number of small mistakes were disruptive: Dynamo was now in, dominated the game, but forgot to refill.
Tim Knipping (24th) headed after a Conteh cross and Dennis Borkowski twice (27th/29th) had the 2-0 in mind.
Borkowski was set free twice, but blocked once by Niklas Kreuzer and once by Nietfeld at the last moment.
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The second half rippled along for 15 minutes. Halle wanted but couldn’t. Dresden could, but didn’t really want to. When the clock had just passed the 60-minute mark, the guest started to counterattack.
At the end of it, Borkowski let his opponent get out in the penalty area and threw the thing onto the far corner. HFC keeper Felix Gebhardt was there but just scratched the ball around the post.
After that, the game fell asleep again. Halle didn’t manage to even begin to crack the dynamo bolt. The SGD defense stood, the Saxons controlled the game. Substitute Patrick Weihrauch then put the lid on. Perfectly staged by Conteh, he threw the ball past Gebhardt into the far corner from a tight angle – 2:0 (80th). In the end it stayed that way.