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Sports: trouble over penalties: Mainz loses Motz-Duel in Augsburg

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According to the excessive penalty of Augsburg, the disadvantaged FSV Mainz 05 over the Cologne basement. Referee Matthias Jölenbeck made for his controversial whistle even Abbitte. In the entertaining catch-up game of the 26th matchday, the team of coach Markus Weinzierl won something happily with 2: 1 (1: 0). With its second victory in the Football Bundesliga one after the other, the Augsburger enlarged the lead on relegation platz 16 on a rich six points.

Die Spieler von Mainz diskutieren mit Schiedsrichter Matthias Jöllenbeck (l). © Matthias Balk / dpa The players from Mainz discuss with referee Matthias Jölenbeck (L).

But the interested party hardly anyone after the game. In the discussion, Augsburg's leadership hit by Jeffrey Gouweleeuw, who had transformed the flattering foul foul meter in the eleventh minute. Mainz 'Torwart Robin Zentner was a return pass to the foot jumped on 18 122 spectators. Florian Lechnechner spelled the ball first and then fell in the penalty area, although Zentner declined significantly.

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"I saw it at the halftime. Almost two worlds. Clear mistake, yes, "said referee Yöllenbeck in the TV channel Sky to his whistle. He would have wished if he had been corrected by the video assistant Tobias Stieler from the Cologne Keller, he said. "But I take it on my cap."

Mainz sports director Martin Schmidt complained: "What I can not understand is that the basement does not help in Cologne and make him a huge mistake." "What are the there in Cologne?", The Mainz coach Bo Svensson empowered. "That's a crass error." Augsburg's Lechtechner admitted that the action was not a foul. "If you like it, that's not an elferent," he said. "But it was not a swallow. I had a touch. "

While the Augsburgs celebrated with their fans the milestone in the struggle for the league of league, it missed the mainzer to approach the international places. In the hectic closing phase, Anton Stach (79th) failed with a header to FCA-Keeper Rafal Gikiewicz.

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According to Gouweleeuw's leadership hit, a supposed goal of André Hahn (32nd), the only new in Augsburg's started, was not given due to handpiel. The compensation of Silvan Widmer (54.) in the second half kept Ruben Vargas (56.) only two minutes after its substitution.

Weinzierl had signed the Zoff because of the game laying tags before as "snow of yesterday". Similar Klaus Hofmann but before the kick-off on Wednesday again in club magazine. At the core, the examination was concerned with the question of whether after a Corona outbreak in March the Mainzern was actually no playful goalkeeper available. Obviously, however, the energetic startup phase of the Augsburger was. And this immediately brought the - albeit controversial leadership. The Mainz held in the open game. The permanent Jonathan Burkardt (26th) escaped Reece Oxford, but only met the external network.

The Mainzer increased the pace. A pass in the interface of the defense of Jean-Paul Boetius used Widmer. Vargas almost slapped back in direct resume when he pounded a head of Hahn to the gate. In the 64th minute, the Swiss would almost have increased against unauthorized attendance guests. In the last few minutes, the Augsburger successfully resisted the Mainz final offensive.

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