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FC Epe II – Union Wessum 0:2
“Vesume’s victory is fully deserved. The eleven created the game from the first minute,” commented Eper coach Orhan Boga on the 0:2 defeat against “Union Vesum”. “We could have been 3-0 down at half-time.” On the other hand, Union coach Izette Gunes was very pleased. “We deserved to win and have been doing better for a long time. The only thing we didn’t do well was convert our chances.” Wesum dominated the game from the start and mostly played long balls up front. Union also had several chances, but no goals were scored in the first half. After the restart, Eperantsi got into the game a little better, but then they missed a completely unnecessary goal. After a failed back pass to goalkeeper Simon Pieters-Kottig, he only knew how to help himself with a foul. Hendrik Rose converted the penalty to make it 1-0 (69th). Bugra Gunes made it 2-0 for Union four minutes later.
Eintracht Ahaus II – Oeding 1:4
“It was a decent performance by my team, but unfortunately we didn’t reward each other,” Eintracht coach Julian Bunk said after the 4-1 defeat by Odinga. “We’re not scoring offensively and twice today we didn’t pay enough attention defensively.” Odinga coach Jeroen van de Wien saw a close, hard-fought game. “We showed our worst performance of the season in the first 40 minutes, after that our game got better.” Ahaus took a 1-0 lead in the 13th minute through Giuliano Venstra. Tobias Brøring equalized the score after an assist (44th). Chris Harmeling (77th) took the first opportunity in the second half and made the score 2-1. Harmeling also scored to make it 3-1 881). The last goal was scored by Guido Rave (89th).
ASV Ellewick – FC Vreden 1:2
“It was an unfortunate defeat, a draw would have been fairer,” ASV coach Thomas Ring said. On the other hand, FC assistant coach Yannick Kolar saw a deserved win. “But after 1:2 we started to float a bit.” Marius Abbing had the first good chance for ASV with a header after a corner (25th). 6 minutes later, Benjamin Shroyer made the score 0-1 with a 16-meter shot. And after the free kick, Marcel Epping made the score 0:2 with a header (61st). In the 77th minute, Tim Gebing opened the game again with a score of 1:2. ASV pushed for the equalizer and had more chances, but the team failed to score.