On Saturday there were three games in the Regionalliga Nordost: Energie Cottbus also proved its strength at home against Viktoria Berlin, Chemnitzer FC added three points at SV Lichtenberg. In addition, Chemie Leipzig won against Hertha BSC II.
Chemie Leipzig could celebrate after the final whistle: They won 4:2 against the Hertha reserve.
Energie Cottbus celebrated a well-deserved 2-1 win against Viktoria Berlin on Saturday and stays up in the battle for the top. In the early stages, Hildebrandt got his team on course after a corner kick (8′), Harres scored the surprising equalizer shortly before the end after a long ball (41′). In the second half, Badu scored the 2-1 win (75 th ) for the fifth win in the fifth home game for the Wollitz team.
At the same time, Chemnitzer FC celebrated their second win in a row with a 2-0 win at SV Lichtenberg. It was a rather cautious start for both teams, the goal for the guests then came a bit out of nowhere: Kircicek penetrated the left to the baseline and served Stagge in the middle, who had no problems with the 1-0 from close range (27th minute). ). Now the home team had to come and did so, Chemnitz shifted to defensive work, but could have scored another goal shortly before the break. In round two, the Lichtenberger pressed for the equalizer as the game went on, but the Chemnitz team also failed to make things clearer. Until shortly before the end: The guests countered on the right, Berger served Ulrich, who had no trouble making it 2-0 from close range (90+1). First away win of the season for CFC.
Chemie Leipzig, meanwhile, showed a reaction after the recent derby defeat and won 4-2 against the reserves of Hertha BSC. Abdullatif first gave the guests the lead with a solo (8′), but Jäpel countered this early with a low shot from the penalty area (12′). Then nothing happened on the scoreboard for a long time. Things only got wild towards the end of the game: Jäpel gave Leipzig the lead with his second goal of the day (72′), Kirstein immediately made it 3-1 after a long ball (74′). Scherhant gave the Berlin camp hope again with his converted penalty (80′), but shortly before the end Wajer put the lid on it after a combination with his 4:2 (89′).
Babelsberg loses for the first time
SV Babelsberg suffered their first defeat this season, while BFC Dynamo won 2-1 on Thursday evening. Babelsberg put a lot of pressure on at the beginning and was already 1-0 up after the second corner kick: Gladrow got the shot and his ball was deflected under the crossbar (2′). The reigning champions struggled with the opponent’s initial vigour, but then managed to break free and create chances. Beck forgave the thickest on equalization. But then Euschen took the measure and put a long-range shot into the net to make it 1-1 at half-time (33′). After the restart, there were initially no compelling offensive actions, but the home team put the pressure back on in the middle of the half: Euschen missed the lead with a header, but then Suljic put the ball past the keeper after Kleihs dream pass and made it 2-1 (80th) – both players had previously been substituted. In the final minutes, only the BFC was still on the trigger, keeper Klatte prevented a higher defeat against Euschen and Suljic.
Erfurt defeats TeBe
On Friday things continued with two games in the Northeast Regional League: VSG Altglienicke lost 2-1 to 1. FC Lok Leipzig. The home team showed the better first half and deservedly took the lead shortly before the break: an attack from the right landed at Breitkreuz, who scored the 1-0 in the far corner (40th). The guests, who showed too little offensively, improved in the second round and turned the game around with a double strike: Not far after the restart, Voufack chased the 1-1 from distance into the corner (54th), then Atilgan was served with a through ball and scored flat to make it 2-1 for Leipzig (57th). It should stay that way, no undeserved threesome due to the second 45 minutes. Altglienicke, who hasn’t won in four games, is four points behind Lok.
Tennis Borussia Berlin meanwhile could not follow up after the recent first win of the season. In the end, Rot-Weiss Erfurt suffered a clear 0:3 defeat on paper. Erfurt clearly dominated the game from the start, but there weren’t any compelling chances to see at first. That changed shortly before the break: Mergel was served from the side and put it precisely in the middle to Hajrulla, who only had to bring the low cross over the line to make it 1-0 (36′). RWE continued to dominate after the restart, too little came from the guests on the offensive. Nevertheless, the game was open for a long time because the home team failed to put the lid on it. It was only in the closing stages that Ciccarelli made it 2-0 after a Seidemann shot (81′), Hajrulla was immediately on the spot when Djella shot from close range (85′). There was still excitement when substitute Erfurt Weinhauer had to leave the field after just three minutes with a straight red (88th) – he rushed into keeper Albers, who was not seriously injured in this scene.
Primus before compulsory task
Leader of the table Berliner AK is on Sunday and travels to ZFC Meuselwitz (15th) for the mandatory task. The defensive of the Berliners is still outstanding, only three goals were conceded in the nine league games. Coach Benjamin Duda’s men proved that they can also do it on offense in the 6-0 win over Lichtenberg last matchday, the highest win of the season so far. Now there is a six-point lead at the top.
Bottom Germania Halberstadt finally wants to win their first game in their tenth game, but is under a lot of pressure against Greifswalder FC (10th) in their home game. FSV Luckenwalde (16th) would also like to work their way out of the basement, but they have to beat Carl Zeiss Jena (6th) to do so.