VfB Stuttgart: U 19 defends DFB Cup
What a goal can make up: The Dortmund U 19, trained by Mike Tullberg, started playing much better. With the Bundesliga-experienced actors Rothe and Bynoe-Gitten, who often ensured operation, the BVB operating in 4-2-3-1 was the more active team. Nico Willigs Stuttgart, on the other hand, could hardly set an offensive accents in the initial phase – but they were safe in the back. That paid off.
- VfB succeed in two goals within four minutes
- Rothe misses the equalization, BVB meets twice aluminum
- Kastanaras’ penalty ensures the decision
VfB succeed in two goals within four minutes
The VfB arranged in 5-3-2 became stronger and took the lead with his first shot: Reichardt stood after Hoppes corner Blank and nodded (24th). The Swabians then kept the pressure upright and even rewarded themselves again when Winkler closed in the corner (28th). The BVB remained largely in shock, bynoe-gitten ‘cheeky corner (37th) was a wake-up call: After Kastanaras’ forgiven chance (39th) Rijkhoff, who was wonderfully released by Lütke-Frie, was the connection (43.).
Rothe misses the equalization, BVB meets twice aluminum
After the break it was often back and forth, Stuttgart was missing something in the decisive last pass. BVB once brought this to the man in minute 59, but Rothe gave the great chance of equalizing and shot over it.
The chances of the black and yellow had it too. Fink (62nd, 74th) narrowly missed, while Rothe (75th, latte) and Bynoe-Gitten (78th, post) failed on the aluminum.
Kastanaras’ penalty ensures the decision
And so it came as it had to come: Instead of a Dortmund goal, there was a goal for VfB. Joker Tibidi went down against Collins (85th) and the due penalty converted Kastanaras Cool (86.). For example, Stuttgart U 19 defended the title in the DFB Cup, which was last held in the A-youth in 2019 because of the Corona pandemic. Dortmund remains unsuccessful in this age group.