“We would have had to reward more” and “In the last actions I would have wanted more peace on the ball,” does not sound like a successful appearance of his own team, but Generiel Thiune was pleased with the victory against Aue (3: 1). “It’s nice if you see as a coach that the team is there from the first moment,” said the 47-year-old. His eleven was dominant against the Saxons, went to lead early and celebrated the second victory in a row.
Special Lob at Hennings and Narey
Particularly involved were Khaled Narey, who prepared two goals and tirelessly lacked the right outside, and double packer Rouwen Hennings. That’s what your trainer looked like this: “A special lobe of me at Rouwen Hennings, who has left Daniel Ginczek the penalty and thus his goal, and Khaled Narey.”
Ginczek celebrated his goal debut in the dress of Fortunen and thanked himself in retrospect even with his storm partner: “At this point I have to get rid of a thank you to Rouwen, because he is actually the penalty shooter”. As a striker you want to shoot the first goal as soon as possible as fast as possible, so the ex-wolfsburger. “There is always some pressure away. There is nothing more beautiful to shoot as goals – and then in such a directional game.”
The Forten climb in place with the second victory in a row 13 and leave the relegation place again. Aue, on the other hand, now has the red lantern and has been waiting for a victory since nine games (one point).