After shedding at residence towards SV 64 Zweibrücken final week, Vallendarer Löwen traveled to residence powerhouse Nieder-Olm on Sunday morning. Coach Veit Waldgenbach had to work with out backcourt gamers Marvin Buch and Christian Schaub as well as to long-term accidents. Buch was unable to play individually and Schaub might be out 8-10 weeks after struggling a knee damage in the final sport.
At the starting of the sport, the HVV boys clearly seen the inexplicably early throw-in time (11 o’clock). Defenses outlined the sport. There was an absence of depth in the assault, so sturdy goalkeeper Lucas Struder failed. Televised Nieder-Olm took benefit of this weak interval to draw 5-1.
Patience got here throughout the sport
As the first half progressed, the HVV males performed extra patiently and thus discovered gaps in the cowl line. In addition, after profitable the ball, the protection rapidly elevated the tempo, and Gabriel Ramai made the rating 7:9 in the twenty third minute, gaining momentum for his facet. After that, technical fouls occurred once more, which led to an 11:10 deficit at halftime.
reforms throughout the break
Coach Veit Waldgenbach appears to have discovered the proper phrases to rally his males at halftime. Composed and energetic, they waited for the proper alternatives in assault and in the forty first minute, Kai Lisman’s objective, they went up 14:16. But on this interval, HVV made a number of wasted probabilities and thus stored the hosts in the sport. In the forty ninth minute at 17:17, an thrilling remaining interval was seen. They took the lead thanks to two missed 7 meters, however goalkeeper Marcel Schenk was very supportive all through the sport.
In the fifty fifth minute, HVV had been as soon as once more suspended by the referees, who confirmed a disproportionate quantity of time penalties towards HVV this morning. The Reingessens then took benefit and went 17:18 to 19:18. Kai Lismann tied the rating on a timeout with 18 seconds left in the sport.
Nieder-Olmer’s last-ditch assault was unsuccessful, so Wallendarer Löwen received a well-deserved level from Mallendarer Berg as the sport progressed.
vote for the sport
Of course, we did not play our greatest sport right now. But steadily we received into the sport and received points. Considering the personnel state of affairs, this could be satisfied.
– Kalani Schmidt
We received a degree right now in a troublesome sport. Christian Schröder took on an enormous accountability right now, whereas Marcel Schenk got here again sturdy from damage.
– Leo Fisher
Next Friday, February 3, at 7:30 p.m., the long-awaited Rheinland Deri between HV Vallendar and HB Mülheim-Urmitz will happen in the sports activities corridor in Mallendarer Berg. Vallendar Handball Club is trying ahead to many spectators and an thrilling handball evening.
The following performed for HVV: Lorenz, Schenk (each objectives), Klein, Lonner (1), Schmidt (5/3), Stein, Ramai (1), Schröder (7), Schuller (1), Lismann (3), Wheaton (1), Corcilius, Fisher.