Freiburg win with ease
Freiburg II have extended their lead at the top of the German Regionalliga Südwest to three points after they beat Sonnenhof Grossaspach 3-0 and rivals TSV Steinbach dropped points in their game in hand.
Und auch die zweite Mannschaft des #SCF hatte Grund zu Feiern: Beim 3:0-Sieg gegen die SG Sonnenhof Großaspach erzielten Guus #Til (3.), Kiliann #Sildillia (26.) und Johannes #Manske (88., HE) die Tore. pic.twitter.com/Zkpm8rjT4G
— SC Freiburg (@scfreiburg) March 15, 2021
Guus Til opened the scoring for Freiburg II after just three minutes, tapping in to score his fourth of the season.
Kiliann Sildillia jumped high to head in from a corner to put the hosts two goals up in the 26th minute and on the way to a routine win.
Johannes Manske added a third from the penalty spot but the win was slightly tainted by a red card for Emilio Kehrer, who was sent off for two bookable offences. Sonnenhof Grossaspach went down to 10 men also as Kai Gehring was sent off.
What it means
Iraklis Metaxas’s side have bounced back with two convincing wins after they lost to Bahlinger. They have won their last four matches at home scoring 13 goals. Freiburg II lead the table with 57 points from 27 games. Sonnenhof Grossaspach are winless in six and are 18th – three points off safety.
Steinbach drop points after weekend hammering
TSV Steinbach won 4-0 at the weekend against Kickers Offenbach to go into their match against FSV Frankfurt in great form. Dino Bisanovic scored twice as they hammered rivals Kickers Offenbach.
However, they failed to close the gap to one point at the top as they were held to a 1-1 draw against FSV Frankfurt in their game in hand.
They took the lead after 12 minutes through Serhat Ilhan but Arif Gucli levelled with his 13th goal of the season with 15 minutes to salvage a point for FSV Frankfurt.
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What it means
Steinbach had won their previous three games – scoring 10 goals and not conceding a goal – but the draw means they are now three points behind the leaders in second. FSV Frankfurt have lost just once in 13 games but have dropped to sixth in the table. They have played just 24 games and can rise to third – a point behind TSV Steinbach if they win all three games.