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Wednesday, November 30, 2022

2nd Bundesliga: crazy flood of goals! HSV remains on course for promotion

Hamburger SV has scored an important three in the promotion race in the 2nd Bundesliga. Chaser Heidenheim stays close thanks to a last-minute win in a wild nine-goal spectacle against Jahn Regensburg at HSV. KSC and FC St. Pauli also exchanged goals in the crisis summit. 23 goals were scored in the first three Saturday games.

HSV won on the 17th match day against SV Sandhausen 4:2 (1:0) and stayed in second place, for the time being the lilies are only one point away. The leader plays against SpVgg Greuther Fürth on Sunday.

“The score is actually quite reasonable, there is always something to do in terms of play,” summed up Hamburg’s sports director Jonas Boldt sky: “Maybe there were too many goals conceded in the last few weeks. But you can just see that the boys have great character.”

Scorer Robert Glatzel (27th/80th) with his goals ten and eleven this season and Ludovit Reis (56th) scored for the defensively vulnerable HSV, Alexander Schirow (74th) scored an own goal. Cebio Soukou (50th) and Christian Kinsombi (68th) scored the goals for the sand houses (16 points), who are stuck in the table basement.

Three days after the 1-0 defeat in Fürth, the hosts started powerfully in front of 55,246 spectators. After a long ball from Miro Muheim, Glatzel converted Jean-Luc Dompe’s cross into a deserved lead.

At the break, however, the Hamburgers had to be blamed for poor exploitation of chances. Things got off to a turbulent start after the restart, with HSV not conceding a goal in the eighth game in a row after some hair-raising mistakes. Only Glatzel ensured a reassuring leadership of Hamburg and sat at the top of the scorer list.

  • Hamburg: Heuer Fernandes – Königsdörffer (85th Zumberi), David, Schonlau, Muheim – Meffert – Reis, Benes (81st Suhonen) – Kittel (90th + 2 Bilbija), Glatzel, Dompe (90th + 3 Amaechi). – Trainer: Walter
  • Sandhausen: Rehnen – Höhn, Trybull (84th Ritzmaier), Schirow – Ajdini, Papela, Ochs – Kinsombi (84th Bachmann), Kinsombi – Kutucu (84th Ademi), Soukou. – Coach: Schwartz

2nd Bundesliga: Heidenheim wins nine-goal spectacle

1. FC Heidenheim underpinned its promotion ambitions in the last game in the first half of the season with a lucky win after a wild final phase. Coach Frank Schmidt’s team won a highly entertaining game against Jahn Regensburg 5:4 (3:2) and is third in the table going into the long World Cup and winter break.

Stefan Schimmer (90+4) scored the final point in stoppage time, two minutes earlier Regensburg’s Aygün Yildirim (90+2) had scored the 4:4. Previously, Tim Kleindienst (21st/39th), Adrian Beck (36th) and Denis Thomalla (76th) for Heidenheim and Prince Osei Owusu (14th), Charalambos Makridis (45th + 1) and Nicklas Shipnoski (55th ) hit for the Jahn.

Regensburg had other great chances in front of 9695 spectators: But Blendi Idrizi (60th) only hit the post. Makridis shot wide of the empty goal from six yards out.

Both teams will continue in the 2nd league in eleven weeks. Heidenheim will welcome Hansa Rostock on January 28th, Regensburg will start the second half of the season with leaders Darmstadt 98.

  • Heidenheim: Kevin Müller – Sessa (68th Schöppner), Mainka, Siersleben (46th Theuerkauf), Föhrenbach – Maloney – Beste (59th Burnic), Thomalla, Beck (81st Geipl), Kühlwetter (46th Schimmer) – Kleindienst. – Coach: Smith
  • regensburg: Kirschbaum – Saller, Nachreiner, Elvedi, Faber – Thalhammer (37th Viet) – Idrizi (77th Albers), Caliskaner – Shipnoski (82nd Gouras), Owusu (82nd Yildirim), Makridis (76th Mees). – Coach: Selimbegovic

2. Bundesliga: flood of goals also at KSC vs. St. Pauli

FC St. Pauli missed an important liberation in a completely crazy crisis duel, but saved a point with great morale. Coach Timo Schultz’s team drew 4:4 (3:3) at Karlsruher SC. The Hamburgers have been waiting for a win for five games and can theoretically still fall into a direct relegation zone on Sunday.

Double packer Fabian Schleusener (12th/31st), Marvin Wanitzek (16th) and Mikkel Kaufmann (50th) scored the goals of the home team in front of 21,487 spectators in Karlsruhe, which with the first point win after five defeats in a row at least a small sense of achievement celebrated. The two-time goalscorer Johannes Eggestein (24th/43rd), Eric Smith (43rd) and Lukas Daschner (61st) scored for the guests.

Before kick-off, the home fans had set off pyrotechnics. The smoke that developed in the process spread throughout the stadium and caused the kick-off to be delayed by almost 15 minutes. As the KSC later announced, there were “10-15 injuries from inhaling the smoke who had to be treated on an outpatient basis”.

There was hardly a break on the pitch in the first round, KSC was 2-0 and 3-1 in the lead, the guests came back twice. The picture was the same in the second half: KSC once again celebrated through Kaufmann, Daschner scored the equalizer after just under an hour.

  • Karlsruhe: Gersbeck – Thiede, Kobald, Franke, Heise (77. Sebastian Jung) – Breithaupt (46. Ballas) – Gondorf, Wanitzek – Choi (78. Nebel) – Kaufmann (66. Batmaz), Schleusener (90. Rapp). – Trainer: Eichner
  • St Pauli: Vasilj – Dzwigala, Smith, Beifus – Saliakas (85 Zander), Aremu (81 Metcalfe), Paqarada – Irvine, Hartel – Daschner (81 Amenyido), Johannes Eggestein (71 Otto). – Trainer: Schultz

2. Bundesliga: The current table

place team games goal difference Points
1 SV Darmstadt 98 16 12 35
2 Hamburger SV 17 10 34
3 1.FC Heidenheim 1846 17 13 33
4 1 FC Kaiserslautern 17 6 29
5 Hannover 96 17 7 28
6 SC Paderborn 07 16 14 26
7 Fortuna Dusseldorf 17 6 26
8th Holstein Kiel 17 2 25
9 SpVgg Greuther Furth 16 -4 19
10 Jan Regensburg 17 -10 19
11 Karlsruhe SC 17 -4 18
12 Eintracht Braunschweig 16 -7 18
13 Hansa Rostock 16 -7 18
14 FC St Pauli 17 -2 17
15 1 FC Magdeburg 16 -11 17
16 SV Sandhausen 17 -8th 16
17 1. FC Nuremberg 16 -10 16
18 Arminia Bielefeld 16 -7 14


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