2nd league, 7th matchday: Bielefeld shocks Darmstadt

At the end of the 7th matchday of the 2nd division, Darmstadt 98 missed the leap to second place by conceding a goal in injury time. Hannover 96, on the other hand, continued their winning streak and got in touch with the top teams.

Darmstadt 98 did not get more than 1:1 (1:0) against Arminia Bielefeld and is therefore stuck in fourth place. Hamburger SV and 1. FC Heidenheim passed the lilies with victories. Braydon Manu (8′) gave Darmstadt the lead before Robin Hack (90’+4′) equalized late on.

“We fought well in the end and plucked up all the courage,” said Hack sky. Darmstadt’s Philipp Tietz quarreled: “We should have let them go and let them vomit.”

The poorly started Bundesliga relegated Bielefeld remained undefeated in the third game under new coach Daniel Scherning. Nevertheless, Arminia is still stuck in the table cellar.

The Lilien got off to a better start in front of 13,860 spectators without their yellow card suspended captain Fabian Holland, Manu tunneled Martin Fraisl with the first shot. Almost in return, Bryan Lasme (9th) made an unbelievable miss, putting the ball on the crossbar from two meters with an empty goal.

Arminia was also otherwise good in the game. Oliver Hüsing (19th) failed with a header at Marcel Schuhen, on the other side Marvin Mehlem (39th) missed alone in front of the goal. After the change, Darmstadt gained slight advantages, but often acted too imprecisely in the last third.

Hannover 96: Fourth victory in a row!

The race to catch up continues: Hannover won 1-0 (1-0) at Hansa Rostock on the seventh matchday and climbed to fifth place in the table thanks to their fourth win in a row.

Maximilian Beier (41st, penalty kick) scored for Hanover, the Rostockers around the strong Kai Pröger were no longer rewarded for their performance improvement in the second half. Hansa has been waiting for a home win against 96 for over 18 years and is eleventh in the table.

After the successes of the past few weeks, Hannover started unchanged for the third time in a row and acted more energetically, purposefully, simply had more of the game. After a few missed opportunities, Beier, who had been fouled himself, scored from the penalty spot.

After that there wasn’t much from Hannover, duels were lost, the passes became less precise – and Rostock had some good opportunities. The game remained exciting until the final phase.

1. FC Kaiserslautern: Undefeated abroad

Promoted Kaiserslautern played 0-0 at SV Sandhausen and is still unbeaten abroad. Coach Dirk Schuster’s team is in the upper third of the table. Sandhausen, who missed their third win of the season, remains in the bottom half.

In an uneventful first half, both teams found it extremely difficult to attack in front of 11,387 spectators. The SVS had advantages and was more likely to seek a degree. But there was hardly any real danger for FCK goalkeeper Andreas Luthe.

After the change of sides, Kaiserslautern became a little more active. Opportunities such as those provided by Sandhausen’s David Kinsombi (64′) and Alexander Schirow (80′) were scarce.

2nd league: Table after the 7th matchday

place team games goal difference Points
1 SC Paderborn 07 7 13 16
2 Hamburger SV 7 6 15
3 1.FC Heidenheim 1846 7 7 14
4 SV Darmstadt 98 7 5 14
5 Hannover 96 7 4 13
6 1 FC Kaiserslautern 7 3 12
7 Holstein Kiel 7 0 12
8th Fortuna Dusseldorf 7 4 11
9 Karlsruhe SC 7 2 10
10 FC St Pauli 7 1 9
11 Hansa Rostock 7 -4 9
12 Jan Regensburg 7 -6 8th
13 SV Sandhausen 7 -2 7
14 1. FC Nuremberg 7 -5 7
15 Arminia Bielefeld 7 -4 5
16 SpVgg Greuther Furth 7 -5 4
17 1 FC Magdeburg 7 -9 4
18 Eintracht Braunschweig 7 -10 4


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