Bavaria: "Of course it will be difficult": frustration at Greuther Fürth is growing

SpVgg Greuther Fürth negligently gave away their first win of the season in the 2nd Bundesliga.

Bavaria: "Of course it will be difficult": frustration at Greuther Fürth is growing

SpVgg Greuther Fürth negligently gave away their first win of the season in the 2nd Bundesliga. The Franconians have chances like on an assembly line, but only score one goal. The punished the 1st FC Kaiserslautern. The next Fürth opponent has it all.

Fürth (dpa / lby) - unbelievable! SpVgg Greuther Fürth has been severely punished by 1. FC Kaiserslautern for their usury of chances. The Franconian Bundesliga relegated team missed their first win of the season again on Sunday with a frustrating 1:3 (1:0) despite an initially oppressive superiority.

Instead, the team of Swiss Marc Schneider is stuck after five match days with only three points in the 2nd Bundesliga. Next week the shamrock has to go to their promotion coach Stefan Leitl and the in-form Hanoverians. Promoted Kaiserslautern, on the other hand, made a great start after improving their performance at half-time with ten points.

"We created x-chances. At times we did it very, very well in terms of play. But you don't reward yourself, that's the dangerous thing," said Schneider. Fürth's managing director Rachid Azzouzi said: "I've been through the situation 1000 times. If you're in shit, you're in shit."

Fürth's Tobias Raschl (13th minute) tackled a shot from asset Armindo Sieb over the line early on. 29 seconds after the restart, Philipp Hercher (46th) sunk a cross over the left side of Mike Wunderlich from a few meters. The 36-year-old (54th) was successful in front of 12,475 spectators from a similar situation and turned the long, one-sided game after a pass by Kenny Prince Redondo. A misunderstanding between keeper Andreas Linde and Max Christiansen was used by Redondo (79') to make a quick decision.

The Fürthers were strong in the first half, attentive - and wasteful with their chances. The "Red Devils" were lucky at half time that they were only a goal behind.

After Raschl's opening goal, the Franconians quickly combined again and again in front of goalkeeper Andreas Luthe on the left side of Lauterer, which was replaced by Erik Durm after Hendrick Zuck's red card. The former Unioner saved the Lauterer against Armindo Sieb (20th), Dickson Abiama (26th) and Branimir Hrgota (39th) from the 0: 2.

With Simon Asta's (33rd) volley from 17 meters on the left post, Luthe would have been powerless too. Shortly before half-time, the equalizer was suddenly possible, but Asta (44th) saved from four meters against Redondo on the goal line.

"You have to decide the game in the first half," said Schneider, annoyed that his players didn't take advantage of their "top-class chances".

As if transformed, the guests came out of the cabin and punished the Fürth. "Of course it will be difficult," admitted Schneider. "Life goes on. We have to look ahead."

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