Rostock loses after 3366 days: Dresden reports back with a furore

Rostock loses after 3366 days
Dresden is back with a furore

Dynamo was out of the 2nd Bundesliga for a year, now the Saxons are back with a bang. Hansa Rostock, on the other hand, cannot cope with a KSC double strike shortly before the break after nine years of abstinence from the second division. For Darmstadt, the season after corona problems begins with worries.

Dynamo Dresden – FC Ingolstadt 3: 0 (1: 0)

Dynamo Dresden clearly won the promoted duel on matchday one in the 2nd Bundesliga. The Saxons prevailed against FC Ingolstadt 3-0 (1-0). In the 41st minute, Christoph Daferner (41st) took the lead for Dynamo and also scored the 2-0 (56th). Substitute Heinz Mörschel (67th) made the final score. Brandon Borrello (35th) hit the post of the FCI housing before the 1-0. However, the Schanzer from Ingolstadt by no means hid themselves and came up with a few opportunities in the first half. Dennis Eckert Ayensa (28th) and Filip Bilbija (30th) didn’t use the chances.

Ransford-Yeboah Königsdörffer (18th) previously had the first good chance for the hosts with his 18-meter shot, which goalkeeper Fabijan Buntic parried. The Ingolstadt team had to take full risk after the 0: 2 and were countered. Last season Dresden had won 4-0 against Ingolstadt. On Saturday, however, it was only Dynamo’s second win against Schanzer, with five draws and four defeats. FCI captain Stefan Kutschke, who was born in Dresden, played his 100th second division game.

Hansa Rostock – Karlsruher SC 1: 3 (0: 2)

Bad start for newcomer Hansa Rostock: The team of coach Jens Härtel lost in the first game of the club in the 2nd Bundesliga for 3366 days to Karlsruher SC with 1: 3 (0: 2). Christoph Kobald (42nd), Philipp Hofmann (44th) and Sebastian Jung (79th) scored the goals of the table sixth in the past second division season. John Verhoek (52nd) meanwhile shortened for the hosts.

Hansa started stormy after six wins in seven test matches in the Ostseestadion. The alleged opening goal by Verhoek (16.) was denied after studying the video images by referee Christof Günsch (Berlin). Newcomer Streli Mamba is said to have hindered KSC goalkeeper Marius Gersbeck in an offside position – a controversial decision.

As a result, the encounter flattened before the guests surprisingly took the lead shortly before the break. After a corner, the ball came to Kobald, who hit from close range. Then Thomas Meißner frivoled the ball against Lucas Cueto, who played for striker Hofmann. After the change, Rostock’s offensive efforts were quickly rewarded by Verhoek’s goal. But it wasn’t enough to win a point.

FC Heidenheim – SC Paderborn 0-0

SC Paderborn won a point at 1. FC Heidenheim on the debut of their coach Lukas Kwasniok. However, Kwasniok missed his maiden win as a second division coach with the 0-0 draw, while the FCH remained without a win in the seventh duel against East Westphalia. Kwasniok (40) came in the summer as the successor to current Cologne coach Stefan Baumgart from third division 1. FC Saarbrücken, whom he sensationally led into the semi-finals of the DFB Cup a year ago. For Schmidt, who has been in office since 2007, it was the 516th competitive game on the FCH coaching bench.

SV Darmstadt 98 – SSV Jahn Regensburg 0: 2 (0: 1)

The Corona mortgage was too high for Darmstadt 98: Strongly weakened, the lilies were defeated 0: 2 (0: 1) at the second division opener against Jahn Regensburg. Sarpreet Singh (21st) and Benedikt Gimber (61st), on loan from Bayern Munich, scored the goals for the Upper Palatinate.

Before the 0: 1, Darmstadt’s Erich Berko (12th) hit the left inside post. Regensburg’s Andreas Albers (29th) missed the great opportunity to increase the result and failed because of goalkeeper Morten Behrens. The SSV Jahn was overall more determined and clever in the goal closure, the home side the failures were clearly noticeable. After three unnamed players from the lilies tested positive for the corona virus on Wednesday, the responsible health department ordered all unvaccinated and unrecovered professionals to quarantine at home. The required 16 players were only available to the Hessians by including several U19 players.