Johnny pulls out Will’s toothPrussia won 3-1. Johnny pulls out Will’s teeth!

Prussia wins 3-1 – Johnny pulls out Will’s tooth

Constant rain, extremely deep ground and a completely confused referee. But ultimately this was a Division Three game worth watching…

The newcomer from Münster said goodbye to the 2023 promotion year with a strong performance from the fans. Thanks to a 3-1 win over Weir in the home final, head coach Sascha Hildmann’s (51) team climbed to 10th place in the table and is already 11 points above the relegation zone.

Guests from East Westphalia come to Hamerstrasse as the “best team”. In the last nine games there were seven wins and two draws. Paired with the best attack line, 37 goals were scored

Impressive numbers – but clearly not for the Eagle-Bears. They dominated the game for long stretches and almost eliminated SC top scorer Oliver Bautista Meyer (22/9 hits/10 assists). Remarkable: Vale’s first dangerous shot was scored by captain Mel Coleboz (29) after 75 minutes – but he also came into play straight away. For the temporary 1:1 equalization.

For the Prussians, however, Malik “Batman” Butemaz (23) confirmed his almost legendary reputation as the most dangerous two-man player in the third level. He scored twice (55th/79th) after missing another great chance in the 21st minute and failing in front of goalkeeper Luca Umberhorn (22nd). This is the fourth time this season. There is also a three-piece set. The new stand of Karlsruher SC brings a total of 11 stands. Great offer!

But it was Joel “Johnny” Grodowski (25) who finally parted ways with his former club – after only returning from Vale in the summer. He shot from a tight angle into the far corner (88th) to make it 3-1 in front of 7,595 spectators, who were very happy for these great Prussians despite the bad weather.

Not to mention referee Assad Nouhoum (29/Fürstenfeldbruck), who showed the yellow card several times in a close but still fair game. Munster had six and Vale had five. Including the trainers Hildemann and Alexander Ende ().

In 15 Division Three games he gave 95 bookings and showed two traffic light cards. Any question?

Annoyingly, the two midfield cleaners Rico Preißinger (27) and Luca Bazzoli (23) of the black-white-green team took fifth place and therefore have to watch the game next Saturday in Unterhaching (4:12 p.m./4:12 p.m.). 30 p.m.)…

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