Dynamo Dresden’s Future Team loses against FK Teplice: Three goals against standards!

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Dresden – Second game this year, first loss. Dynamo of Dresden Future Team lost 0:3 (0:0) to FK Teplice on Wednesday evening. According to Heiko Scholz, the result is secondary.

Akaki Gogia (right) was one of the seasoned professionals who played on Wednesday evening.

Akaki Gogia (right) was one of the seasoned professionals who played on Wednesday evening. © Lutz Hentschel

“We don’t know the boys that well yet, especially the U17s. We’re satisfied, there was gas involved, there were duels. They made an effort and the games are there for the boys to make a few mistakes You can only learn from that, “explains Dynamo’s assistant coach, who, together with the second assistant Florian Junge, looked after the thrown-together team.

But they only made bigger mistakes after the half-time break. The three professionals Akaki Gogia, Kevin Ehlers and Kyu-Hyun Park as well as the talents Jonas Oehmichen and Paul Lehmann had already been replaced. You were only active in third place in the training center for the first 45 minutes.

After the restart, the three goals were conceded – all from standard situations. In the 54th and 59th minute it was central defender Ngosa Nsunsu, who first netted with his foot after a free kick and then with his head after a corner kick.

Dynamo Dresden: With standards (almost) nothing works
Dynamo Dresden
Dynamo Dresden: With standards (almost) nothing works

In the 74th minute, substitute Matyas Vachousek headed in another corner kick. “We played a decent game without the standard situations,” said Scholz.

Jonas Oehmichen (right) in action against FK Teplice.

Jonas Oehmichen (right) in action against FK Teplice. © Lutz Hentschel

However, his team only came dangerously in front of the guest goal twice. In the first half, Cornelius Bräunling (17′) hit the side netting with his left hand from a half-right position.

In the 52nd minute, Tony Menzel, standing alone, missed the Dresden lead from almost eleven meters because keeper Filip Mucha parried with a strong foot reflex.

Scholz: “It’s always difficult when a team like this is made up of U19 and U17 players and a few professionals. There can’t be any orderly processes.”

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Of course, the third-bottom team in the first Czech league didn’t play with the best players either.

Nevertheless, Scholz also had to admit: “We were physically inferior, you don’t know what team the opponent will come with. But you need games like this to get ahead. Today the boys are stinky, but tomorrow morning they should laugh again.”

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