Semi-final madness with happy ending for hagen

Semi-final madness with happy ending for hagen

In a DM semifinal that is hard to beat in terms of drama, host TSV Hagen wins 3:2 sets against northern champion VfK Berlin. Four out of five sets were decided in overtime.

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After the clear first semi-final, the approximately 1000 spectators in Hagen's Krollmann Arena now witness two teams on a par. The experienced Berliners get off to the better start and take their first clear lead at 7:3. Hagen takes it easy, takes a timeout and quickly equalizes again, reported https://cricketbetting10.in/ipl-betting/. Florian Kutscher, who had been sitting on the bench the day before, was still ailing and was now putting pressure on the net again and again - so Hagen went 9:8 in front. The first set point was taken by Berlin, the second and third by TSV 1860, but all were blocked. When Kevin Schmalbach misses a roller into the sideline shortly afterwards, the opening set is over - 14:12.

Hagen then had problems at the start and was trailing 0:3. But TSV quickly regains its composure and goes on a 5-point streak. The yellow block of the home team goes wild - especially after Kutscher increases the lead to 8:4. Berlin does not hang its heads, uses the rather easy serves of the host team to build up its own game. After 8:8, VfK has the first set point at 10:9. It goes into overtime again: Schubert serves for 11:10, Hofmann with an ace for 11:11. Then the serve of the former national player from Berlin goes wide. Hagen can't convert at first, but with the small Hofmann on the block he gets the next chance - and that's it, because again Schubert serves far into the sideline.

After the set was equalized, the Hagen coaching team brought in Robin Kuhlmann and gave attacker Kutscher a timeout. The VfK immediately knows how to take advantage of the missing giant on the block - 4:1. But as so often in this match, a lead doesn't mean much - when Berlin's Daniel Hlebaroff indicates a body hit, the equalizer is back. From the defense, Ole Schachtsiek now takes over the TSV backstroke. This works quite well, but the team from the capital has the first set point. Again Hofmann deflects with an ace. The next decider is converted by Schubert - 12:10.

The semifinals continue to be close - Hagen leads 4:2, then Berlin with 5:4. Kutscher comes back into the match and immediately makes the much celebrated equalizer. The "crunch time" begins with Hagen leading 9:8. Then two Hagen set points followed, of which Kutscher used the second one to equalize the set at 11:9 and 2:2.

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The deciding set was also exciting, balanced, gripping and high class. First Hagen leads 2:1, then Berlin 4:3 - a supposed preliminary decision is only apparent at the last turn of the page. The score is 6:4 and the "yellow wall" of the TSV fans is also standing. A Berlin reception landed on the scoreboard and Hagen increased the score to 9:5. Hofmann made it 10:5 for a long time. But it still took longer until the decision: Berlin fended off the first four set points, the fifth was also missed at the block. Then it becomes almost tragic: Hofmann hits his service out of bounds and gives the VfK the first match point. The national attacker reacted with nerves of steel and served an ace. Then VfK colleague Kögel puts his bouncer out of bounds and Hagen has match point again. The sixth attempt also failed. Match point number seven then provided the happy end for Hagen: Kutscher brought TSV into the final with a bouncer over Sascha Zaebe.

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