Sport: BFC Dynamo: Four goals scored, twice a toothache, but the team still really has bite

Hawkins stars as Geelong pip Port in AFL

  Hawkins stars as Geelong pip Port in AFL Two late goals from Tom Hawkins have given Geelong a 12-point win over Port Adelaide in an AFL thriller at Adelaide Oval.Geelong trailed by seven points at three quarter-time but triumphed 16.10 (106) to 14.10 (94) in a wildly swinging affair at Adelaide Oval.

expensive test game victory for Dynamo at the end of the preparation. In the truest sense of the word with AUA for the BFC. Four goals scored, three things collected - and especially lost two teeth. But the wine red whites want to continue to show.

  BFC Dynamo: Vier Tore geschossen, zweimal Zahnschmerzen, doch das Team hat trotzdem richtig Biss © provided by Berliner Kurier

one after the other. Four stalls also have to be shot against a top division. The rule of thumb is called: two hits per division difference. As a result, coach Heiner Backhaus was after the new will training - Dynamo had really packed something in training during the week - satisfied with the 4: 3 (2: 0) at RSV Eintracht Stahnsdorf. Especially since the Hohenschönhauser could have added a few stalls before the break.

After Alessia Russo's fine goal, who else has scored with a backheel?

  After Alessia Russo's fine goal, who else has scored with a backheel? The fact England striker Alessia Russo's also nutmegged the Sweden goalkeeper as she pinged a backheel into the net in the Women's Euro semi-final on Tuesday makes it even more dazzling. Super-sub Russo's strike marked the third goal as the Lionesses thrashed their opponents 4-0 in Sheffield to move into their first major tournament final since 2009, and embodied the elan and panache in which they did it.

After the break, Dynamo did not crawl on the gums. But goalkeeper Kevin Sommer and newcomer Amar Suljic got problems with her bites. Summer watched somewhat puzzled when he had a seal on his glove after a defense campaign with an opponent contact. Rinsed out when drinking water and apparently relaxed beforehand by the opponent.

worse got a double scorer Amar Suljic. After a duel that only the referee considered regularly right, he broke off a piece of the molar. What he, full of adrenaline, only really noticed after the game. It didn't hurt at first. That came later.

is good that coach Backhaus had released his troop for two days after this last effort. The dynamos of the tooth duo could at least take care of an appointment with the dentist. So that you have a bite at the start of the point at the start of the point at the ZFC Meuselwitz (1.30 p.m.) ...

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