Kaiserslautern defeats Arminia: Even good morale doesn’t help Bielefeld

Kaiserslautern defeats Arminia
Even good morals don’t help Bielefeld

It was a fast-paced game on the Bielefelder Alm: Despite being outnumbered, Arminia played bravely. In the end, however, Kaiserslautern took advantage of two mistakes made by the hosts and left the field as the winner. Coach Scherning’s team remains at the bottom of the second division.

Bundesliga relegated Arminia Bielefeld also lost against 1. FC Kaiserslautern and is still deep in the crisis. Coach Daniel Scherning’s team lost 2-3 (0-0) to the newly promoted team in a gripping Saturday evening game in the 2nd Bundesliga, despite good morale.

Philipp Klement in the 54th minute, Aaron Opoku (57th) and Daniel Hanslik (88th) scored the goals for the guests from the Palatinate, who played in the majority after Bielefeld’s Bryan Lasme was sent off in the second half. Robin Hack had meanwhile equalized for hard-fought Bielefeld with a brace (60th/74th/penalty kick).

Kaiserslautern moved up to seventh place in the table with 23 points. Bielefeld, on the other hand, remains last with eleven points. Arminia has lost five of the last six league games. In front of 24,651 spectators on the Bielefelder Alm, both teams played a fast-paced game. However, the hosts suffered a setback in the 44th minute: Lasme saw a yellow-red card after an unlucky game against Boris Tomiak.

Despite being outnumbered, Bielefeld played bravely. Kaiserslautern used two mistakes by the hosts for two goals. After Hack equalized, the game was completely open. Shortly before the end of the game, substitute Hanslik let the guests cheer.

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