Längenfeld As expected, the regional league handball players of SG Langenfeld lose significantly in the DHB Cup against Bundesliga club TSV Hannover-Burgdorf, but enjoy the experience of a big game.
It became the loudest in the hall at the Konrad-Adenauer-Gymnasium after 92 playing seconds. In the DHB Cup duel between the SG Langenfeld (SGL) regional league handball players and the Bundesliga club TSV Hannover-Burgdorf, right-winger Max Guggenmos had his second chance, and this time the right-hander turned Langenfelder 1-0 against the big favorites. It was to be the only tour of the blatant outsider in front of 350 spectators. SGL lost to Lower Saxony on Tuesday evening as well as deservedly with 19:42 (8:20), but Hanover coach Christian Prokop had great praise for SGL.
“Langenfeld is a very qualified and talented team with various cover systems. We already had an eye on the fact that they tackle us early in defense and jump in quickly. Man experienced that less often in the Bundesliga, ”said the former national coach, but in the end he was pleased with the“ focused ”and“ concentrated ”performance of his teams.
Unsurprisingly, SGL never acted on an equal footing, with Hanover appearing to be vulnerable for at least the first 20 minutes. The Bundesliga team manages the game without much effort. Before the eyes of the city council created by Mayor Frank Schneidere, however, the amateur cup winners do not want to use the opponent’s weaknesses. That was due to too much respect, but also to numerous indisciplines. Coach Lars Brümmer’s team received four sometimes unnecessary time penalties after just 20 minutes, which made life easy for the guests.
The game ripples and the lead grew. Brümmer let all players of his squad onto the field, the experience was in the foreground pretty early. The gates of the green-whites, especially when they started again after the break, were celebrated loudly by the audience. Even the goalkeepers Jonas Bang and Yorick Wolters, who were good despite the many goals conceded, caused cheers. “We played a couple of decent goals and can be completely satisfied,” said SGL coach Brümmer. “I’m happy for the audience, the team and everyone involved. You like to take an evening like that with you. “
Even a handful of Hanoverian fans made their way to the Posthornstadt, as did Markus Becker wearing the SGL cap. One and a half years ago, the ex-trainer of SGL led the team to the final tournament for the amateur cup, which SGL won around two weeks ago in Saarland.
SG Längenfeld Bang, Wolters – Guggenmos (2), Becker (1), Richartz, Baup, Hambrock (2), Preissegger (2), Winter (2), Pötzsch (1), Ahrens (1/1), Rahmann (5), Schulz (2), Raschke, Kriebel (1), Schmitz