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MSV Duisburg: Before big games – fan favorite Engin about pressure and his new role

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MSV Duisburg: Before big games – fan favorite Engin about pressure and his new role

Ahmet Engin is currently taking on the role of offensive right-back at MSV Duisburg. After the win against Saarbrücken he spoke about his new role.

Whether Lübeck, Freiburg, Cologne or Dortmund. When MSV Duisburg had to win at home this season, the team delivered. This was also the case on Saturday in the 2-0 home win against 1. FC Saarbrücken.

Boris Schommers has been relying on a chain of three or five for a few weeks now. A tactical trick that was also caused by the failures. The change brings success. Because the Zebras are at least delivering in front of their home crowd and doing their homework in the relegation battle. It just doesn’t work away from home yet. “We didn’t reward ourselves in Unterhaching. “It’s definitely gotten better in terms of play,” said Ahmet Engin Spiel on Saturday.

“It was very important. We have to win every game at home,” added the winter newcomer, who is flourishing in a new role after returning to the club he loves. As an offensive right-back, the Moers native skilfully prepared Niklas Kölle’s 1-0 goal with his back to the goal. “The allocation was exactly right. I have no problem at all with the new position. I can run and defensive work always has a lot to do with will. I’m doing my best and we’ve done well as a team.”

The 27-year-old also knows that nothing has been achieved in the relegation battle of the 3rd league. The next two away games in Bielefeld and Essen will be extremely important for the rest of the season. The issue of pressure therefore also plays a special role in the team. “We want to keep going and recharge our batteries during the break. It’s always easier from the outside than internally. We come to training and the pressure is in our heads. You have to deal with the situation. That’s our job,” says Engin.

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In the end, the Duisburg native was able to celebrate with his fans. A satisfaction for Engin: “The support of course gives us extra motivation. We know if we score 1-0 that we will win the game.”

On Easter Sunday the Zebras will go to the Bielefelder Alm. After the international break, three important players, Rolf Feltscher, Joshua Bitter and Marvin Bakalorz, could return to the squad.

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