VBL Club Championship: Maximum point scores against Ingolstadt
With three victories, the Royal Blues win the encounter with FC Ingolstadt 04 on Matchday 10 (13.2.) Of the VBL Club Championship. 16-year-old Michael "Deos" Haan made his debut against the Schanzer. The miners are also convincing against SV Sandhausen - Tim "Tim Latka" Schwartmann succeeds in a 7-0 success on the Xbox One.
The first match of the 10th game day took place between Philip “Eisvogel” Schermer and Ingolstadt’s Hasan “hasoo19” Eker on PlayStation 4: Schermer determined the gameplay and consequently won the match 3-1. On Xbox One, Schermer’s team-mate, Tim “Tim Latka” Schwartmann, met Andreas “ANDY” Gube from FC Ingolstadt 04. Schalke’s 20-year-old took a 1-0 lead after just a few minutes of play. Gubes answer did not wait long: The Schanzer equalized. In the 24th minute succeeded Ingolstadt then the interim leadership. Schwartmann fought back into the game and scored the goal in compensation. Royal Blue increased pressure on Ingolstadt and again took the lead. Schwartmann continued and increased to 4: 2. Gubes’ 81st-minute strike did not change the outcome of the game: Schwartmann won the match 4: 3 and secured FC Schalke 04 another three points in the VBL Club Championship.
In the subsequent doubles Michael “Deos” Haan made his debut for the miners in the virtual league. In June 2018, the 16-year-old won the members’ cup of FC Schalke 04. About 10,000 royal blue supporters pursued the final victory of the Schalke live at the annual general meeting (3.6.). A short time later, the promising young talent signed his working paper on Schalke. With a 3-0 victory over the Schanzer duo Haan and Schwartmann royal blue brought the third victory of the 10th matchday. “We have done a lot of training and prepared intensively for the games. So I am all the more pleased that the work paid off and we also won the third game. The points today were extremely important to us, “said Haan, delighted with the maximum point scores.
In the evening the miners then met SV Sandhausen. The bottom of the virtual league had in the first of three games equal to a significant defeat to get over: Francesco “Don Carlo” Lampertsdörfer Schwartmann defeated 7: 0. Schwartmann and Haan also won the second game of the evening (4: 2). Schermer and Sandhausen’s Nicholas “Fetze” Jöst separated with 0: 2. Although the Schalke dominated the game, Jöst played his counterattack but efficient. With 51 points after eleven matchdays in the VBL Club Championship, the squires are currently ranked 9th in the virtual league.