Suddenly it was there, the great chance to equalize for BFC Dynamo. Christian Beck, the top scorer in the Northeast Regional Football League this season, headed the ball a few meters from the goal – and missed the ball.
The game then developed even more unfavorably for the Berliners: They conceded another goal against VfB Oldenburg. In the end it was 0:2 (0:1) in the first game for promotion to the third division, the chances of the BFC have fallen sharply.
“It’s a very difficult situation now, but it’s not impossible. Now we have nothing left to lose,” Beck said on rbb. “We need a little football miracle now,” said coach Christian Benbennek. The 5,000 spectators admitted to the Sportforum initially saw a game that was characterized by nervousness on both sides, but the guests quickly got used to it better.
The lead for the champions of the Regionalliga Nord, where former Hertha professional Wolfgang Sidka is president, came from a corner by Dennis Engel, which Robert Zietarski converted with a header in the 27th minute.
Shortly thereafter, Max Wegner shot from about 16 meters, his shot was saved by goalkeeper goalkeeper Dimitri Stajila. The hosts didn’t have a single real chance to score before the break. “We were too tense from the start,” said Benbennek later.
In the second half, the BFC was better in the game. There were still not many opportunities, but there was one through Beck. “I have to do that,” said the striker. A few minutes later, Stajila failed to intercept Rafael Brand’s cross. Behind him was Zietarski, who scored for the second time.