Neustrelitz (dpa/mv) - TSG Neustrelitz clearly missed the hoped-for cup surprise. In the first round of the DFB Cup competition on Friday evening, the Mecklenburg Oberliga side lost 8-0 (3-0) to bottom-placed Karlsruher SC in the second division and had no chance in this encounter.
In front of a good 3,000 spectators, the outstanding Fabian Schleusener (12th/14th/41st minute) as well as Jerome Gondorf (67th), Malik Batmaz (71st), Daniel Gordon (73rd) and Simone Rapp (82nd/87th) scored. ) the goals for the KSC, which got into the second main round looser than expected. TSG, which had already failed at KSC in 2007 (0:2 after extra time), conceded their fourth first-round defeat in the cup.
The guests started concentrated from the start and thanks to Schleusener's double strike, they had the first two chances to take an early 2-0 lead. When Neustrelitz were able to make the match a little more open, the Schleusener, who couldn't be stopped, made his hat-trick perfect just before the break.
After the change, the three-time goalscorer missed two more good scoring opportunities (55th/59th). Marcus Niemitz (60th) narrowly missed the top chance for a consolation goal for the brave Neustrelitzer. But on the opposite side of KSC against the much too open TSG defense again clearly.