Trymacs: Goal usury at SSV Hardstuck – That’s how the last game ended

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Trymacs and his SSV Hardstuck played against Grün-Weiß Eimsbüttel 5 for the next matchday of the district class. This is how the home game of Hamburg ended.

Hamburg – The football season is in full swing again in all leagues, from the Bundesliga to the district league, the ball is rolling every weekend. This year there is a club that has already achieved a certain cult status: SSV Hardstuck. On August 13th, Trymacs and his football team played their next home game and caused a real goal usury. Here you can see how the match went.

Trymacs: SSV Hardstuck vs. Grün-Weiß Eimsbüttel – This is how the district class game went

This was the opponent: In the third game of the 22/23 season, SSV Hardstuck, as the 8th men of SC Victoria call themselves, went against the fifth team of Grün-Weiß Eimsbüttel. Neither team had the best start to the league. At least Eimsbüttel managed to get a draw, while Trymacs, Cheftstrobel and co. couldn’t take a point from the first two games. For both teams, therefore, not entirely unimportant points were at stake.

Trymacs: Goal usury at SSV Hardstuck – That’s how the last game ended

© SSV Hardstuck/Green-White Eimsbüttel

This is how the game went: After a narrow 3:4 against Lokstedt and a 0:2 defeat against Niendorfer TSV, SSV Hardstuck showed themselves from a completely different, aggressive side this time. The newcomers of SSV Hardstuck, who had been bought out, were finally on the pitch at the match. In 90 minutes, Trymacs and his lads unleashed a veritable hail of goals on the guests from Eimsbüttel and pulled away without conceding a single goal.

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After four goals from Alex, aka Inzzane, and another pack served by Deniz, SSV Hardstuck was allowed to send the spectators home from their own stadium with a final score of 5:0. The team has thus raked in the first points of the season and is currently in seventh place in the table. This placement is likely to change with the Sunday games.

This is the next opponent: Until the next game, SSV Hardstuck is allowed to take a little break. It wasn’t until the end of August, on August 28th, that Trymacs and his team were back on the field to play against Eimsbüttel again. In the next match, however, the opponent is West-Eimsbüttel III, who has only played one game so far (against Grün-Weiß Eimsbüttel), but has won 2-1.

List of rubrics: © SSV Hardstuck/Green-White Eimsbüttel