Entertainment: 2: 2 after 0: 2, but Dabrowski is "disappointed"

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in the 2-2 in Duisburg Rot-Weiss Essen got the first point of the new season. In the meantime, the climber was with two goals - but coach Christoph Dabrowski was not in the end despite the catch -up.

Spielte mit seinem Team am Freitagabend 2:2 in Duisburg: Essens Trainer Christoph Dabrowski. © Getty Images for DFB played 2-2 in Duisburg on Friday evening: Essen coach Christoph Dabrowski.

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at the end, the regular playing time had already expired, because Rot-Weiss Essen could have even won the game. Center defender Felix Bastians had the winning goal on his head, but failed due to Duisburg's goalkeeper Vincent Müller. So it remained in the 2-2, a result with which RWE could be quite satisfied after the interim two-goal deficit. Or not?

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at the beginning of the second half Essen had conceded the second goal (52nd). The signs were defeated, but then Simon Engelmann (68th) and Lawrence Ennali (71st) hit within three minutes and placed 2-2. Nevertheless, RWE coach Christoph Dabrowski said after the game at the "Magenta Sport" microphone: "I am disappointed that we didn't even win the game backwards."

His team showed in the second half what she was able to do: "Playing football, playing with pressure, also bravely playing forward, also believing in itself," said Dabrowski and then said: "We can proud be to have caught up with this 0: 2. "

Finally it was a feat that food had put down to give the game another turn. That succeeded - and in added time Bastians even had the chance to win. "But that might have been too much," dabrowski confessed.

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