Voglsammer answers early
The best start in this game caught the guests of Oswestfalen in Duisburg. In an MSV attack, Havard Nielsen lost the ball – and showed Bielefelder how good they can be. Fabian Klos dribbled in the bottom right corner and played in the back area, where Andreas Voglsammer stalked and took the lead (7).
From now on, only Arminia Bielefeld played for a few minutes – and the MSV was lucky: Klos put a nine-meter header just above the goal (9), a little later played Cedric Brunner Jonathan Clauss free, but the Frenchman's shot hit the post (16).
As Ijutcenko tied it in the 20th minute, it turned the previous game upside down. After an intersection of Enis Hajri, Moritz Stoppelkamp arrived at the ball. His kick was unexpectedly the model for Iljutcenko, who pushed close to equalize.
In the second half, it took about a quarter of an hour for the 13,340 spectators in Duisburg to see their next chance to score. However, they had in themselves: Duisburg Dustin Bomheuer found the opponent Klos in a duel in the foot, referee Michael Bacher decided on the penalty. Voglsammer stepped in, but did not hit the ball completely and was lucky that Felix Wiedwald could not avoid the goal with a hand (61).
Red to Behrendt, goal for Duisburg
Six minutes later, Fabian Schnellhardt made a great 30-yard pass to Iljutcenko. Behrendt arrived too late and unfairly pulled the opponent off the ground twenty yards from the gate. It was an emergency brake, referee Bacher Behrendt showed the red card (67). The free kick kicked Kevin Wolze and he hit the ball optimally – 2: 2 (68).
In the final phase, the MSV took control of the game in excess and gained some chances of winning the match. But that did not fall, because Bielefeld goalkeeper Stefan Ortega disabled the Nielsen's best opportunity (87.).
For Arminia Bielefeld, on Friday (05.05.2019), the derby against SC Paderborn continues. The MSV Duisburg takes two more days off and receives on Sunday (05.05.2019) Holstein Kiel.