Successful test in Stammheim: Germany defeats Austria
The German men's national fistball team remains unbeaten in 2022: After the two victories Austria and Switzerland at the tournament in Schlieren, the team of national coach Olaf Neuenfeld won another test match against Austria 4:2 (12:10, 15:14, 9:11, 12:10, 6:11, 11:5) on Saturday evening in Stammheim. The German women had already won against Austria the night before.
In the farewell match of doubles world champion Sebastian Thomas, who made room for captain Fabian Sagstetter after the first set, the two World Cup finalists of 2019 delivered an exciting duel at eye level, reported https://cricketbetting10.in/cricket-betting-sites/.
In the first two sets, national coach Neuenfeld relied on Patrick Thomas and Johannes Jungclaussen in attack, who first had the upper hand at a tight 12:10 and shortly after at a thrilling 15:14. In the third set, Austria was a bit more clever and scored twice at 9:9 to reduce the score to 1:2.
Germany, now with Nick Trinemeier and Maximilian Lutz on the offensive, did not let this impress them. The reigning world champions extended their set lead again with a 12:10 and fourth set. With an 11:6, the clearest set so far, Team Austria managed to fight back once more.
But with the clear 11:5 victory in the sixth set, Germany made everything clear in this test country match at the Pfister Open in Stammheim and celebrated the third victory in the third match in preparation for the European Championships in Italy and the World Games in the USA.