Bundesliga base side Greuther Fuerth praised their very first home first class win on Sunday as a second-half objective from Norwegian striker Havard Nielsen gave them triumph over Union Berlin 1-0.
Fuerth, who were elevated to the Bundesliga for just the second time in their set of experiences recently, were playing their 23rd first class home game.
However Nielsen’s poacher’s completion and a lively guarded exhibition saw them at long last break their duck against an inefficient Union side.
With games in Bavaria being played in secret because of Covid-19, Fuerth were denied the opportunity to celebrate with their fans.
They stay 12 focuses unfastened of wellbeing at the lower part of the table, while high-flying Union botched the opportunity to jump Freiburg into fifth.
Dickson Abiama had an early opportunity to give the hosts the lead however terminated the ball directly at Union attendant Andreas Luthe from short proximity.
At the opposite end, Luthe’s contrary number Sascha Burchert baffled Union a few times in the principal half before Fuerth started to lead the pack after the break.
Nielsen goaded in an avoided finish after an inadequately cleared corner.
The guests tossed everything forward in the last half-hour, however were inefficient before objective as they staggered to just a fourth loss of the period.