Regensburg outnumbered without a win: HSV celebrates wrongly early on and loses

Regensburg outnumbered without a win
HSV celebrates wrongly early on and loses

The pursuers of Herbstmeister St. Pauli all remain without a win on the 16th matchday of the 2nd Bundesliga. Regensburg weakens itself decisively early on, Hamburger SV only hits irregularly. Dynamo Dresden is meanwhile working on a little cushion for the relegation ranks.

Hannover 96 – Hamburger SV 1: 0 (1: 0)

After twelve games without defeat, Hamburger SV has for the first time remained without points in the fight for promotion to the Bundesliga. The Hanseatic League lost the second division north derby at Hannover 96 somewhat unlucky with 0: 1 (0: 1). For the relegation-threatened hosts it was the first three in eight games under interim coach Christoph Dabrowski. Linton Maina scored the goal for Lower Saxony in front of 15,000 spectators in the 14th minute after a counter-attack.

The Hanseatic League protested against this goal, which in their opinion preceded a foul by Sei Muroya on Bakery Jatta. The video assistant did not intervene in this scene – unlike a few minutes earlier. The supposed Hamburg leadership by Robert Glatzel did not count because preparer Jatta had just been sidelined. The guests, supported by 4,500 fans, dominated the action on the lawn of the World Cup arena at Maschsee, especially in the first half, but rarely came to a conclusion. Glatzel missed the greatest opportunity, his header just a few centimeters past the 96 goal in the 41st minute.

After the break, little changed in the course of the game, HSV continued to set the tone. In the 63rd minute Jatta failed from close range at the Hanoverian goalkeeper Martin Hansen. The Lower Saxony were under a lot of pressure right into the final phase.

Dynamo Dresden – Karlsruher SC 3: 1 (0: 0)

Newcomers Dynamo Dresden celebrated an important success in the relegation battle. The Saxons won 3-1 (0-0) against Karlsruher SC. After six defeats in the last seven games, Dresden gained a little space in the race to stay up with 19 points. Ransford-Yeboah Königsdörffer (47th / 55th) and Christoph Daferner (69th) shot Dynamo to victory. Fabian Schleusener (53rd) equalized in the meantime, while KSC professional Kyoung-Rok Choi (61st) saw the yellow-red card for repeated foul play. Karlsruhe suffered the first defeat after three games.

Königsdörffer brought Dresden twice into the lead.

(Photo: dpa)

In a first half of an extremely manageable level, the hosts hardly developed any danger on the offensive. KSC attacker Philipp Hofmann (2nd) had the first chance, who shot the ball from eight meters away from the goal. After that, the lot flattened out further. Only after the break were both teams more active, Dresden had numerous opportunities and Königsdörffer struck twice. Daferner later scored from a long range.

1. FC Heidenheim – SSV Jahn Regensburg 3: 0 (1: 0)

Jahn Regensburg missed the leap to second place. The Regensburg team lost 0: 3 (0: 1) at 1. FC Heidenheim after a long deficit. Christian Kühlwetter (23rd), Robert Leipertz (77th) and Jan Schöppner (90th) scored for the FCH, which has moved up to one point on Regensburg. The Jahn had to act ten over half time, striker David Otto saw the red card for violent behavior (42nd).

In front of 750 spectators (current maximum in Baden-Württemberg) an even game developed at the beginning. Both teams had a big chance in the first quarter of an hour. The former Lauterer Kühlwetter put the FCH in the lead with a clever flick in the middle of the first half. Shortly before the break, the former Heidenheimer Otto had to leave the field after an elbow blow against the cooling weather.

Not much happens in the second half at first. Outnumbered, the guests shied away from the big risk despite the deficit. In the middle of the second half, the Regensburg’s strength diminished, the hosts’ second goal was in the air. Since the FCH was unable to exploit several major opportunities, the game remained open – until Leipertz scored. Previously, Darmstadt (1: 3 in Düsseldorf) and Paderborn (1: 1 in Sandhausen) had no win, so Herbstmeister St. Pauli’s lead over the rest of the league is now six points.

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