Table leadership, two points ahead of pursuer RW Essen, who also separated from coach Christian Neidhart two game days before the end of the season – with a victory against SC Wiedenbrück, Prussia Münster would have promoted in league 3, two years after the descent, so good how perfect. Instead, the current table of the table proved to be a stumbling block for the big favorite and opened the race for promotion in the Regionalliga West again.
I’m not worried that we are now hanging our heads – why too?
Maximilian Schulze Niehues
Maximilian Schulze Niehues, who played for the 15th time this season, spoke of a “performance -based 0: 0” after the game in the club’s own interview. Despite the disappointment about the draw, the 33-year-old remained optimistic about the promotion hopes and sent a declaration of war on the direct competitor from Essen: “Of course we would have liked to win, but if I was correct, we are faced with three points and must First win their game “.
With his own team, on the other hand, the goalkeeper saw no reason to worry that the mood in the cabin was also good after the draw. “I’m not worried that we are now hanging our heads – why too?”
Hildmann: “I would have liked us to play more foot”
Coach Sascha Hildmann also spoke of a “difficult game” game for the league leader, who, despite 20-minute surcharge after a yellow-red card for Zech, did not come to a decisive goal. “I would have liked to play more football,” said the 50-year-old, who only extended his contract with the SCP on Monday. The eagle carrier looks forward, after all, “it is always over when it is over”. On the 38th and the last matchday of the Regionalliga West then Münster welcomes the second team of 1. FC Köln and has the promotion in his own hand.
Wiedenbrück celebrates in Mallorca
The opponent of the Prussia celebrates the hard-won draw, on the other hand, with a three-day trip to Mallorca, as Daniel Brinkmann reported at “Reviersport”. “We are going to make a team trip to Mallorca. This is completely okay for me because we will train normally again from next Tuesday,” reported the Wiedenbrücker coach, who have not lost both games against any of the top five teams this season. “My players sometimes work 40 hours a week, then come to training and do not see their families from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m.. That’s why they deserve it.” Wiedenbrück has the eighth place in the table before the last match day.