2nd league: HSV continues away series

SC Paderborn maintained the top of the table on the 6th matchday of the 2nd Bundesliga despite a draw. Karlsruher SC continued its upward trend with the third three in a row. In the evening, Hamburger SV underpinned its promotion ambitions with a win in Nuremberg.

The SCP did not get past 2:2 (1:0) at FC St. Pauli despite leading twice, but still leads the ranking with 13 points.

Marvin Pieringer (44th) scored for Paderborn, Etienne Amenyido (84th) made it 1-1. The supposed 2:1 for Paderborn by Sirlord Conteh (85th) was not given after video evidence because of offside.

But in the second minute of added time, Conteh scored to make it 2-1 for the guests, 107 seconds later David Nemeth (90+3) equalized for the home side.

In the 51st minute, SCP keeper Jannik Huth saved a penalty kick from Leart Paqarada. This was preceded by a foul by Marcel Hoffmeier on Manolis Saliakas. Huth parried the third penalty in the second division in a row.

Division of points between Darmstadt and Heidenheim

East Westphalia’s closest competitor, Darmstadt 98, did not get past 2-2 (1-0) against 1. FC Heidenheim. Braydon Manu (36th) scored the opening goal for Lilien, Patrick Mainka (70th) managed to equalize.

Frank Ronstadt (76th) made it 2-1 for the hosts, but Tim Kleindienst (82nd) ​​managed to equalize again. Paderborn and Darmstadt are tied at the top of the 2nd division.

Nurberg – HSV: Referee-Zwayer causes excitement

Third-placed Hamburger SV followed a point behind after a 2-0 (1-0) win at 1. FC Nürnberg, their third win in the third away game of the season. Mario Vuskovic (37th) and Robert Glatzel (90th + 2) scored in front of 35,713 spectators – but the big excitement was another scene.

Club defender Florian Hübner slipped in his own penalty area and brought Glatzel down from behind (21′). Referee Felix Zwayer surprisingly decided on a free kick for Nuremberg, how it came about was initially not to be resolved. Glatzel may have been offside.

KSC continues winning streak

In addition, Karlsruher SC won 2-0 (1-0) against Hansa Rostock and celebrated the third win in a row. In the table, KSC jumped to sixth place with ten points.

Philip Heise (18th) gave the Karlsruhe team a deserved lead with a wonderful direct acceptance. Malik Batmaz (40th) increased.

2nd league: The table after the Saturday games

place team games goal difference Points
1 SC Paderborn 07 6 12 13
2 SV Darmstadt 98 6 5 13
3 Hamburger SV 6 5 12
4 1.FC Heidenheim 1846 6 6 11
5 Fortuna Dusseldorf 6 5 11
6 Karlsruhe SC 6 3 10
7 1 FC Kaiserslautern 5 3 10
8th Hansa Rostock 6 -3 9
9 FC St Pauli 6 1 8th
10 Holstein Kiel 5 -1 8th
11 Hannover 96 5 2 7
12 1. FC Nuremberg 6 -3 7
13 Jan Regensburg 6 -6 7
14 SV Sandhausen 5 -1 6
15 Arminia Bielefeld 6 -4 4
16 SpVgg Greuther Furth 5 -4 3
17 1 FC Magdeburg 5 -8th 3
18 Eintracht Braunschweig 6 -12 1


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