The prime game of the district league between Weilheim and Würm-Mitte was tied at half-time. After the break, nonetheless, TSV suffered an inexplicable stoop.
Weilheim – TSV Weilheim’s handball gamers confirmed two very completely different faces in the two halves of the prime game of the district league against HSG Würm-Mitte in the native Janhalle. After a robust first spherical, TSV’s assault against the relegated state league was fully deserted after the change. The outcome was a 19:25 (14:12) defeat, which ended Weilheim’s seven-game profitable streak. TSV’s plan to dislodge rivals Würmthal from second place in the desk additionally failed.
After the break, we have been too scared and too weak in assault.
“After the break, we have been too scared, too weak in assault, and we did not have any pace in any respect. You cannot win a prime game like this,” criticized TSV’s Lukas Schwendele, who was absent once more resulting from harm and due to this fact took over teaching. “We did not really feel like we have been profitable one-on-one and we left the duty behind,” Schwendele stated after the second half failed. “You could be glad with the protection. 25 targets is nice,” stated Schwendele. Let’s recall: Weilheim was considerably superior in the first match, shedding 25:37.
Slow begin for each groups: solely 4 targets in the first 9 minutes
Both groups began the game very cautiously. After 9 minutes, the rating was solely 2:2. As a outcome, the company who got here with a full workforce launched themselves many times in a really intense assembly. The depleted Weilheimers have been all the time in a position to equalize as goalkeeper Benjamin Jilg snuffed out some glorious HSG possibilities. In the final levels of the first half, the dwelling workforce had the higher hand. A brace from Nico Beinlich, who conceded two early penalties, gave TSV a slight benefit at the change.
For now, Weilheim is protecting a gentle protection in the game
The lead was shortly lost after the break, nonetheless, as the Würmtal workforce scored three targets in a row. The Weilheimers had extra hassle attacking. Ball turnovers and inaccurate charges have elevated. The TSV males have been nonetheless in the game solely 16:18 (46) due to a robust defensive efficiency. In the final interval, the hosts scored just one objective from open play. Korbinian Wimmer, who scored 9 occasions in complete, and two seven-meter strikes weren’t sufficient to stop defeat by the second-placed workforce.
Weilheim gamers and targets: Korbinian Wimmer (9/4 penalty), Max Osthover (3), Timo Weinmann (2), Nico Beinlich (2), Sylvester Wolff (1), Moritz Krause (1), Andreas Kunz (1), Philipp Bauer, Max Proell, Fabian Loeffler, Benny Leppert; Goalkeepers: Benjamin Jilg, Benedikt Blacek.