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VfB Oldenburg unterliegt Dynamo Dresden

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Status: 01/22/2023 7:46 p.m

VfB Oldenburg missed a surprise in the third division and lost 3-1 (1-0) to second-division Dynamo Dresden on Sunday. Christopher Buchtmann’s dream goal wasn’t enough for the Lower Saxony.

The eleven of coach Dario Fossi, who had won 1-0 in Zwickau a week ago, are still stuck in the bottom of the table. VfB has a two-point lead over a relegation zone. Next Saturday, the Oldenburgers will be visiting SV Meppen – but without the suspended Dominique Ndure (fifth yellow card). The NDR broadcasts the state derby 2 p.m. live on television and on NDR.de.

Buchmann scores with a free kick

VfB presented themselves committed and fearless against Dresden. Patrick Möschl in particular was always a source of danger against his ex-club on the right. He also overtook his opponent in the 17th minute and then fell after a duel with Max Kulke. Referee Max Burda decided on a free kick to the horror of the Dresdeners.

Buchtmann circled this sensitively and with a lot of cutting on Stefan Drljaca’s goal – the Dresden keeper misjudged and the ball sank over him into the goal to give the home side the lead.

VfB buys Dresden the cutting edge

After this dream goal, Oldenburg had the upper hand and other good opportunities. At a corner from Buchtmann Drljaca clarified in dire need in front of Marcel Appiah (24th). Shortly thereafter, Möschl put an unsuccessful cross on the outside of the post (26′), Kamer Krasniqi shot wide of the goal (37′).

And dynamo? The Dresdeners had a lot of trouble with the compact defending Oldenburgers, who attacked early, especially narrowing the midfield and thus keeping the opponent away from their own goal. A shot by Akaki Gogia, which Sebastian Mielitz easily parried, was the Saxons’ only notable chance in the first half (32′).

Dynamo turns the game

The guests came out of the dressing room with much more momentum, Oldenburg fought back with passion and hardly allowed anything. But because VfB also did little offensively, the 8,500 spectators in the Marschweg Stadium saw an intense third division game with many duels, dangerous scenes in the goal area were scarce for a long time.

All of a sudden the ball was in the Oldenburg net. After a cross from Michael Akoto, Ahmet Arslan was there in the crowded penalty area and scored with a dropkick to equalize (64′). And that’s not all: Seven minutes later, after a throw from SGD keeper Drljaca, Arslan played across to Dennis Borkowski and he overcame Mielitz to make it 2-1 for Dresden (71st).

Shortly thereafter, Arslan made everything clear. The Oldenburgers didn’t get Kulke’s cross properly cleared and the loan from Holstein Kiel closed centrally and free-standing to make it 3-1 for the guests (82nd). VfB coach Fossi then brought on Marc Stendera, but the new signing was unable to set any accents on his debut. Thanks to an increase in performance, Dresden achieved a well-deserved victory.

Match statistics VfB Oldenburg – Dynamo Dresden

Matchday 19, 01/22/2023 1:00 p.m

VfB Oldenburg

1

Dynamo Dresden

3

Gates:

1:0 Buchman (17.)
1:1 A. Arslan (64th)
1:2 Borkowski (71.)
1:3 A.Arslan (82nd)

VfB Oldenburg: Mielitz – Möschl (84th Plautz), L. Deichmann (83rd Hasenhüttl), Appiah, Steurer, Ndure – Zietarski (83rd Stendera), Buchtmann – Krasniqi (61st Starke), Wegner, Badjie (72nd Adetula)
Dynamo Dresden: Drljaca – Melichenko, Lewald, Kammerknecht (46. Knipping), Meier (75. Lemmer) – Akoto (90. Kade), Will – A. Arslan, Kulke, Gogia (46. Kutschke) – Borkowski (90. Oehmichen)

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