Hamburg at the top, Darmstadt stays tuned

On matchday 9, Hamburger SV greeted them again from the top of the table in the 2nd Bundesliga – but they could lose again on Sunday. Coach Tim Walter’s team also won the top game against Fortuna Düsseldorf 2-0 (1-0) on Saturday evening, and with 21 points HSV is again ahead of SC Paderborn (19).

However, on Sunday (1.30 p.m. / Sky) he still competes in the winless tail light SpVgg Greuther Fürth and can counter. Top scorer Robert Glatzel scored his sixth goal of the season for Hamburg (21st), and Bakery Jatta increased shortly before the end (90th).

For Walter it was also the coaching duel with his HSV predecessor, Daniel Thioune is now on the Düsseldorf bench. And Hamburg could have led much earlier in front of 49,616 spectators: Laszlo Benes hit the crossbar twice in the early stages (2nd/7th), only then did Fortuna come into play – but it was precisely in this phase that Glatzel closed a strong one combination off.

At the latest in the second half it was an open game, a goal from Düsseldorf’s Dawid Kownacki (58th) did not count because of an offside position. Overall, however, HSV was still more dangerous, Sonny Kittel hit the inside post in the final phase. Then Jatta eliminated the last doubts.

Darmstadt stay tuned

Darmstadt 98 (18 points) is behind the top duo in third place for the time being. After three previous draws, the Lilien won 2-0 (2-0) against 1. FC Nürnberg on Saturday. The club lost for the third time in the last four games and find themselves in mid-table.

Relegated Arminia Bielefeld got some air with the second win of the season. After a lightning start, East Westphalia beat Holstein Kiel 4-2 (2-0) and left the bottom of the table with eight points for the time being.

Hansa stops the free fall

In the east duel, Hansa Rostock kept the upper hand against newly promoted 1. FC Magdeburg with 3:1 (2:0). With a brace, Kai Pröger (30’/41′) paved the way for the hosts to win against the penultimate team, and Lukas Fröde (62′) also scored.

Hansa ranks in midfield after the last three defeats. In the 84th minute, Rostock’s goalkeeper Markus Kolke parried a weak penalty kick from Baris Atik, which, however, made the final score in the 90’+4′.

Bielefeld meets in the first minute

Tobias Kempe (8th) and Phillip Tietz (27th) scored the goals for Darmstadt in the first round. Braydon Manu served Kempe in an exemplary manner at the opening goal. At 2:0, Kempe paved the way after a corner kick, so that Tietz was able to complete with a header.

On the Alm, Robin Hack (1st) made the hosts cheer immediately, ex-Kieler Janni Serra (36th) and Masaya Okugawa (48th) followed suit. But Kiel didn’t give up.

Alexander Mühling (59th) and Fin Bartels (68th) scored for the northern lights (12th), who are stuck in the middle of the table after their second defeat in a row. Bryan Lasme (85th) made everything clear with the 4:2.

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