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Jake Stringer has kicked five goals as Essendon made it five wins from their past seven AFL matches with a 48-point victory over North Melbourne.The Bombers posted their highest score of the year in the 17.12 (114) to 9.12 (66) victory at Marvel Stadium on Sunday, making it five wins from their past seven games.
promoted Eintracht Braunschweig is not on track. Trainer Michael Schiele not only criticizes the lack of "precision and balaredness". © Imago/Hübner Eintracht Braunschweig is point and goalless at the end of the table.
Eintracht lacks quality and newcomer Ujah The Fitness
The small media round after the official part of the press conference was already there during his ten years as an Eintracht coach from 2008 to 2018. After his victorious return with Darmstadt 98, Torsten Lieberknecht first seemed the familiar faces, who waited for his colleague Michael Schiele and then recommended to them: "Let it do it, he does it well." It was the most positive thing that Braunschweig's promotion coach from Sunday afternoon could take. Because the 0: 1 represents a close game that actually did not actually take place.
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"We lack the bile at the front"
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Schiele's list of defects was accordingly long. And again she started at the forefront. Zero gates After three games, provide the statistical evidence where the shoe presses. In addition, there was against the lilies: After promising approaches to Hamburg (0: 2) and Heidenheim (0: 3), Eintracht was not even seriously considered for a sense of achievement. "We lacked the precision, we lack the bum at the front," the coach criticizes. And the development of the decisive goal is also symptomatic of this four minutes before the end. Joker Luc Ihorst was simply pushed away after one of the countless long balls, as a result it was 0-1. "The defender wants the ball more than we do," says Schiele, looking as if he had just bitten a lemon.
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behind our Hertha are turbulent months. After we made it clear to relegation in relegation with more luck as a mind in relegation, the breath was gone for everyone involved - regardless of whether players, management, committees or fans. The club had to take on. But we were not granted much break, because in June the presidential election was facing an enormously important and trend -setting decision for the association.
Ujah: "Every minute helps me"
The trainer has to solve these problems, and the approaches to it are rare. Anthony Ujah gave his debut on Sunday and is a hope of hope solely because of his vita. But does his recently filled medical record and the little game practice also allow this role? Schiele thinks "that its quality has become directly visible. What Tony is still missing is fitness. But we will train it". Ujah itself is also optimistic about this. He said things that are just said at a premiere after many career stations and a long break. He was well received and happy to be back on the pitch, he wanted to help his new colleagues. His most important sentence is: "Every minute helps me." To be able to really help at some point.
Whether Eintracht is solely on Ujah and the factor of hope is still open. The 21-year-old Mainz Marlon Mustapha remains a candidate with whom the Lower Saxony deals. And despite the short glimmer of hope due to the cup victory against Hertha BSC, the Eintracht offensive works as if it can still tolerate plenty of quality and help.
EFL goals, round-up: Millwall's own goals late show; Norwich win .
Two stoppage-time own goals earned Millwall a 2-2 draw at Swansea, while Norwich earned their first Sky Bet Championship win of the season.The hosts looked to be heading for a routine victory following Ryan Manning's first goal for the club and a strike from Michael Obafemi inside the opening 12 minutes.