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Dynamo Dresden is in the first cup round against VfB Stuttgart in the outsider role, but Markus Begin does not see his team without a chance. The SGD coach announces human resources.

Dresdens Sven Müller wird im Pokal gegen den VfB Stuttgart das Dynamo-Tor hüten. © Imago/Hentschel Dresden Sven Müller will be guarding the dynamo goal in the cup against VfB Stuttgart.

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after relegation from the 2nd league, Dynamo Dresden had to completely re-position itself on the goalkeeper position: Because not only Kevin Broll left the Saxons as a long-term number one, but also replacement goalkeeper Anton Mitryushkin. In preparation, the race for the position between the posts recorded the newcomers Stefan Drljaca (from BVB II), Sven Müller (from the HFC) and Niklas Heeger (from the KSC). Drljaca emerged as the winner, the 23-year-old stood in the goal at the league start against 1860 Munich (3: 4).

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Müller will be guarding Dynamo goal - beginning: "That was so agreed before the season"

for the cup hit on Friday evening (6 p.m.) against VfB Stuttgart, Markus start now announced a Rochade: "If nothing extraordinary happens, Sven will be Müller in the goal, "said the SGD coach on Wednesday at the press conference at the game. "It was so agreed before the season."

There could also be further changes against - but then inevitably. Because as the beginning reported, there is a question mark behind the missions by Kevin Ehlers and Robin Becker. According to the beginning, it will be "difficult", especially with central defender Ehlers, who has to shorten due to thigh problems. It looks a little better with full -back Becker, to whom the buttock muscle pinched. "We have to see there," said beginning. After all, on Tuesday with Paul Will and Yannick Stark, two convalescenters started training, but whether both will be an option for Friday evening remains to be seen.

Change a lot in the everyday process could not start with regard to the cup match: "The training week is a short week," he said, "tomorrow is already final training." A special penalty training was not on the program. "This pressure situation cannot be simulated," he said. Reaching the shootout would already be a success for Dynamo: "If it happens, it presupposes that we played a good game," said Begin. He sees the chance that his team will make a cup surprise against VfB as given: "Of course something is possible." However, he also added: "Under normal circumstances, of course, we speak of first-division team. You have to be so honest."

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The Leipziger had certainly hoped for more than a 1-1 in Stuttgart at the start of the new season. There were many reasons for the result. © IMAGO/HARTENFELS against Darko Churlinov (right) and VfB it was only enough to 1: 1: Benjamin Henrichs. RB coach Tedesco criticizes opportunities for opportunities 28:11 goal shots and 68 percent possession - the numbers leave no doubt that RB Leipzig had advantages in Stuttgart.

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