Dresden. After a clear success at Landshoot, the Snow Lions will continue uninterrupted with the next two games this weekend. On Fridays, Andreas Brockmann’s dependents receive the Heilbronner Falcon at home (7.30 pm) and on Sunday they travel to ESV Kaufbeuren (5 pm), where the Dresden coach successfully served as a coach for many years. Is.
But first it applies against Heilbronn’s table seventh. The Blue-White not only want to forget their 4-0 loss in the first leg, but also want to continue their strong home record. Dresdeners won six out of seven games, leading the home table in DEL2.
Still feeling happy, Jussie Peterson goes to the game. Eventually, the 19-year-old Hanoverian scored his first professional goal against Landshut. “Quite a relief. You never forget such a goal. It was especially nice to have a win like this at Landshut,” said the happy U20 national player, who has just returned from a four-nation tournament with a selection from Norway And now with good performances at the club continue to recommend himself to the World Cup squad. Want. “I’ve done all three courses so far and I feel good,” says the striker, confident that He will take part in the World Cup in Canada, starting on December 25. Brockman says: “I would be happy if he plays for the national team in Canada.”
As for the next opponent, the Isloven coach knows: “Heilbron has some really good guys and the question is who else does he get from Mannheim. This is a team that plays very aggressively and forward. But we who It will be decisive.” Meanwhile, Tuesday’s game against Selb has been postponed till February 8.
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