Great congratulations to former Dynamo Schubert and former-AU coach Lettuce! Krachergener in the group stage
From Stephen Brol
Arnheim – The milestone has arrived! Marcus Schubert (23), Thomas Letch (53) and Vitese Arnheim beat favorite RSC Anderlecht in the playoffs of the European Conference League.
After 3: 3 in the first match, the Dutch club won the second leg in front of the home crowd 2: 1 and can now expect a better opponent in the group stage!
There, former Dynamo Dresden keeper and former FC coach Erzgebirge Oyu will have to deal with Tottenham Hotspur for Harry Kane (28)!
The Stade Rennes (France) is another tough competitor, while the NS Mura (Slovenia) Group G is hugely cheap, but no one should be underestimated.
Dynamo coach Schmidt believes in a fight like the one in the cup: “Paderborn will be warmed up wisely!”
The battles with Spurs and Rennes in particular offer a lot of excitement. They are also rewarded for eliminating the best staff team in the final qualifying round. You cannot predict it.
Because Anderlecht has a lot of advantages, but didn’t get it in the next two games or just didn’t match on the field, giving up a lot of defeats on defense.
In the second match (former) only national players were on the field.
Tottenham Hotspur, Stade Rennes and NS Mura are Vitze Arnhem’s group rivals.
Highlights of Euro Conference League playoff second leg against Vitese Arnheim against RSC Anderlecht
German left-back Maximilian Viteck became the man of the match
Joshua Cirquez (20, loan from FC Bayern Munich, playing in the Dutch U-21s), Benito Raman (26, former FC Schalke 04, formerly an international player for Belgium), Sergio Gomez (20, formerly Borussia Dortmund, now playing for the Spanish U21), Wesley Hoyd (27, once active for the Netherlands), Christopher Olson (26, Sweden EM regular), Lior Reflow (35, 39 games for Israel), Hendrik van Crombrug (28, Belgium), Joachim (25); Dwarf (25, Ireland), Francis Amusu (22, Belgium, U21) and Taylor Harwood-Bellis (19, English U21) formed the starting line-up of former world-class defender and current RSC coach Vincent Company (35).
He also changed three other international matches that show that the Belgian top club is actually a favorite. But the modest start to the season (four games, seven points, ninth in the Jupiter Pro League) left its mark.
Arneheim took the lead through the RSC Defensive Carver from former BBB talent Gomez. Circey (4th minute) also missed a shot from Maximilian Viteck (26).
It’s time to say goodbye! Dynamo Verbscidet Marco Hartmann
Cheers knew the long-time German junior national player, which was also shared by SpVgg Greether Forth. TSV 1860 Munich 156 times 2. Bundesliga Used, no limits.
Vitese Arnheim cheered after the playoff coup with the fans
Marcus Schubert Bayern argues strongly against loan Joshua Circus
Shortly afterwards, Schubert also received applause from the audience for the first time. In Raman’s opinion, the circus leather class slipped to the top right corner, but the former German U21 national finisher reacted quickly and stopped trying (24). So at the break it remained 1-0.
In the second section, the home side followed, with Schubert playing his part. He calmed down when his former Schalke team-mate Raman ran up to him and matched him with defense chief Richard D’Bazor (24, formerly active in WFL Wolfsburg).
So Arnhem freed himself from the pressure of the guests, and finally took a leather volley after an amazing combination of whites and followed to the right corner (48th)!
However, in the final stages, it was exciting again. Although Schubert led Flick 16 meters from Olson with his fingertips towards the post, Reflow dusted off and scored: Anderlecht (80).
However, Arnem endured the pressure well, did not allow much, was allowed to enjoy, and can now wait for several festivals in the group stage. Who knows: maybe Letsch, Schubert and Vitech will be surprised there again?
Title Photo: Imago Images / ANP
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