Freiburg Holds Strong in Champions League-Relegated Lens Stadium: Courage for Second Leg!

This away appearance gives us courage for the second leg!

Freiburg draws 0-0 at Champions League relegated RC Lens in the first leg of the Euro League intermediate round and just misses the surprise. The SC misses the best chances – and makes coach Christian Streich (58) despair!

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The biggest upset of the game: Maximilian Eggestein, standing alone from three meters away, failed to take a spectacular tackle from Lens defender Kevin Danso, who barely scratched the ball off the line (58th). Of all people, Danso, who played 41 Bundesliga games for Augsburg from 2017 to 2019.

Kevin Danso (l.), here in a duel with Roland Sallai, makes Freiburg coach Streich despair

Photo: Thibault Camus/dpa

The SC already missed the best chances: Roland Sallai hit the crossbar (19th) and headed past from five meters (26th). Ritsu Doan shoots over the goal (36th).

Things continued lively in the second half: Sallai failed from close range due to a strong reflex from Lens goalkeeper Brice Samba (49th), then Eggestein missed the best chance of the game (58th).

Lucky for Freiburg: Massadio Haidara’s goal (70th) was overturned by video evidence due to a previous offside position.

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Champions League relegated Lens were in a really good mood before the game and won their last three league games. The French had already caused one or two surprises in the premier class, including defeating England’s top club Arsenal and reigning Euro League winners Sevilla 2-1 at home.

The home stadium plays a special role. The Lens fans always set off fireworks at home, and the atmosphere in the stadium is considered particularly heated and frenetic. The stadium (Stade Bollaert-Delelis/38,000 fans) is the loudest in France.

SC coach Christian Streich before the game: “I’ve never been here before. But Lens has the best atmosphere, the biggest cauldron.”

But Freiburg survives in the French cauldron, preserving all chances for the second leg next Thursday (6.45 p.m., RTL+ and on in the live ticker) in Freiburg!

2024-02-15 21:57:49
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