Thanks Heuer-Fernandes! HSV defeats feared opponents

With a hard-earned victory against their feared opponent, Hamburger SV has shot to the top of the 2nd Bundesliga for the time being. Thanks to its strong goalkeeper Daniel Heuer-Fernandes and great effectiveness, HSV prevailed 3: 2 (1: 0) at Holstein Kiel on Friday evening and thus achieved the first success against the northern rivals in the 2nd division in the eighth attempt. 1. FC Nürnberg won late against Arminia Bielefeld 1-0 (0-0).

Hamburg is now first with 18 points from eight games, but can be relegated during the course of the day. Despite a courageous performance, Kiel conceded the second defeat of the season and is seventh.

Goalscorer Robert Glatzel (39th), Moritz Heyer (69th) and Ludovit Reis (85th) scored for the ripped off HSV, on the other side Heuer-Fernandes was in front of 15,034 spectators early and often in the center of attention. The goalkeeper parried against Patrick Erras (4th), Fabian Reese (8th) and Jan-Fiete Arp (17th). Heuer-Fernandes had no chance when Heyer’s own goal (90′ + 3′) and Fin Bartels’ goal (90′ + 3′).

In the second round, Kiel pushed vehemently, but without luck, to equalize. A goal by Arp did not count because of a foul on Heuer-Fernandes (65th), then Heyer surprisingly raised his head after a corner for HSV. Reis made it 3-0 after a strong individual performance, and Kiel fought back in the closing stages.

Holstein Kiel – Hamburger SV 2: 3 (0: 1): The data for the game

keel: Dähne – Becker, Wahl, Erras, Kirkeskov (72nd Bartels) – Marvin Schulz (62nd Porath) – Sander (79th Ignjovski), Mühling (72nd Wriedt) – Skrzybski – Arp (79th Obuz), Reese. – Coach: Rapp

Hamburg: Heuer Fernandes – Heyer, Vuskovic, Schonlau, Muheim (89th Leibold) – Meffert – Reis, Kittel (65th Benes) – Jatta (58th Königsdörffer), Glatzel (88th David), Dompe (89th Bilbija). – Trainer: Walter

Referee: Daniel Siebert (Berlin)

Gates: 0: 1 Glatzel (39th), 0: 2 Heyer (69th), 0: 3 Reis (85th), 1: 3 Heyer (90th + 2 own goal), 2: 3 Bartels (90th + 3)

Viewers: 15,034 (sold out)

1. FC Nuremberg wins shortly before the end

With a late goal, 1. FC Nürnberg ended its mini-crisis in the. After two defeats in a row, the old champions won 1-0 (0-0) against relegated Arminia Bielefeld and climbed to tenth place in the table. Lino Tempelmann scored with a header in the 90th minute.

The guests from East Westphalia conceded their first defeat after the change of coach from Uli Forte to Daniel Scherning and are stuck in the bottom of the table with only five points from eight games. “We showed a reaction and did better than in the last few weeks,” said goalscorer Tempelmann sky. “We played a very good game from the first minute to the 90th. We were in control, never got hectic or faltered,” said coach Robert Klauß, who was criticized.

The hosts had much more possession in the first half and fired more shots on goal. But against the compact defense of Bielefeld, the club only had a few clear chances. Kwadwo Duah (15′) and Jens Castrop (44′) had the best chances before the break, but were denied by Arminia keeper Martin Fraisl.

Duah was unlucky shortly after the restart when his goal was ruled out for offside after video evidence (52′). Then the Swiss shot freely over the goal after another mistake made by Bielefeld in the build-up play (68′). At the other end, Masaya Okugawa suddenly had the first top-class chance for the guests with a header (73′).

1. FC Nuremberg – Arminia Bielefeld 1: 0 (0: 0): The data for the game

Nuremberg: Mathenia – Valentini, Schindler, Lawrence, Wekesser – Fofana, Tempelmann – Castrop (77th Wintzheimer), Möller Daehli, Lohkemper (71st Daferner) – Duah (90th + 1 Florian Hübner). – Trainer: Klaus

Bielefeld: Fraisl – Klünter, Hüsing, Ramos (71 Andrade), Oczipka (87 Bello) – Lepinjica, Vasiliadis – Robin Hack, Klimowicz (58 Rzatkowski), Okugawa (87 Jäkel) – Lasme (58 Serra). – Trainer: Scherning

Referee: Alexander Sather (Grimma)

Goal: 1-0 Temple Man (90′)

Viewers: 26,641

2. Bundesliga: The table

pl. TEAM games Gates differential Points
1 Hamburger SV 8th 12:5 7 18
2 SC Paderborn 07 7 21:8 13 16
3 1.FC Heidenheim 7 12:5 7 14
4 SV Darmstadt 98 7 12:7 5 14
5 Hannover 96 7 13:9 4 13
6 1. FC Kaiserslautern (L) 7 13:10 3 12
7 Holstein Kiel 8th 14:15 -1 12
8th Fortuna Dusseldorf 7 13:9 4 11
9 Karlsruhe SC 7 14:12 2 10
10 1. FC Nuremberg 8th 9:13 -4 10
11 FC St Pauli 7 13:12 1 9
12 Hansa Rostock 7 5:9 -4 9
13 Jan Regensburg 7 5:11 -6 8th
14 SV Sandhausen 7 7:9 -2 7
15 Arminia Bielefeld (A) 8th 8:13 -5 5
16 SpVgg Greuther Furth (A) 7 9:14 -5 4
17 1. FC Magdeburg (W) 7 9:18 -9 4
18 Eintracht Braunschweig (N) 7 7:17 -10 4



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