SC Cham wins 2-1 against FC YF Juventus Zurich
Healthy self-confidence: Despite the victory in Zurich, SC Cham is not satisfied
In the 2-1 win against YF Juventus in the Promotion League, the sports club showed an impressive first half, but lost their sovereignty after the goal.
“Better than last Sunday,” said Jan Loosli as he left the pitch. Someone had obviously just congratulated him on the good performance of the Cham team in the 2-1 win against YF Juventus Zurich. On the Sunday in question, the people of Cham were inferior to a much stronger team from Switzerland’s largest city: the Swiss champions FC Zurich in the cup (0:4).
It shows a very healthy level of self-confidence that Loosli and Chamer dared to surprise FCZ. And it also shows self-confidence that Loosli didn’t sound satisfied when he reviewed the team’s performance last Saturday in the Promotion League championship assessed against YF Juventus. A win alone is not enough. It takes a good performance to make the team happy.
After all, one could be seen in Zurich during the first 45 minutes. In the clash between two teams with very big changes in the squad, the guests gave an amazingly well-rehearsed impression. The offensive basic orientation required a disciplined shifting of all parts of the team. The communication required for this works.
The veteran pulls the strings and hits
Nico Siegrist acted outstandingly. The former professional was extremely active with his mouth and legs. On the offensive, he demanded every ball from his team-mates. It’s worth playing to him: Siegrist scored both goals in Cham.
The first war was a gift from Zurich. At a corner kick, Siegrist played a one-two with Loosli into the penalty area and shot into the far corner of the goal without being attacked. At the second goal, the ex-professional took a pass to the top perfectly and scored well.
Like the whole team, Siegrist radiated an enormous enthusiasm for the game. It was quickly forgotten that Zurich also had two good chances to score before the break in the person of Kerim Festic. But the former Cham and Zug striker’s degrees were weak.
Cham lost sovereignty
Another YF player who had previously worn the sports club jersey did better. In the 56th minute, Doriano Tanzillo scored from 17 meters to make it 1:2. “Out of nowhere”, as the Chamer coach Roland Schwegler remarked after the game meeting. Because his team had previously missed opportunities for the third goal. Ardi Molliqaj hit the post (49′) and Simon Tschopp hesitated too long (54′) when he intended to pass the ball close to the goal.
After Zurich’s goal, Sich played a quick-fire game with many interruptions and little worth seeing. Nico Siegrist also no longer took control of the guests’ game, but apparently saw the final whistle. When this happened after a long stoppage time, no more goals had been scored.
Next party on Wednesday
It may be that the demands in the team are higher. But points are the currency that counts. With six of them, the Chamers are in good shape after three matches. It continues on Wednesday in Bern against the YB offspring (7.30 p.m., Wankdorf). That lost two out of three parties.
YF Juventus Zurich – Cham 1: 2 (0: 2)
Juchhof 1st – 100 spectators. – SR Ovcharov. – Goals: 15th, 34th winner 0:1, 0:2. 56. Tanzillo 1:2.
YF Juventus: Bauman; Krause, Nezaj (83. Caserta), Nieto, Corvalan; Janett (Kramer 73), Gallego (Arghandewall 59), Heini, Tanzillo (Mesto 83); Binous, Festic (73. Camara).
Cham: by Arx; Tschopp, Niederhauser, Fäh, Thöni; Siegrist, Loosli, Molliqaj (57th Pasquarelli), Balaj (71st Zimmermann), Solimando (71st Wiss); Wiskemann (83rd Lugo).
Remarks: Cham without Künzli and Diogo (both absent). – Post shot Molliqaj (49th). – Warnings: 29 Tschopp, 56 Solimando (both foul).