Saturday, November 23, 2019
The Hamburger SV threatens to stumble against Dynamo Dresden – until late injury time contests the promotion favorites for the home win, then suggests David Kinsombi. A long-game wild game at SV Wehen-Wiesbaden calmed Holstein Kiel also very late.
Hamburger SV – Dynamo Dresden 2: 1Last-minute cheers at Hamburger SV: David Kinsombi (90. + 4) has the ascent to 2: 1 (0: 0) against Dynamo Dresden and thus at the top of the 2nd Bundesliga shot. The team of coach Dieter Hecking is tied with Arminia Bielefeld, but has the better goal difference. Shortly after the break, HSV fell behind: A cross by Niklas Kreuzer (47) flew past Hamburg goalkeeper Daniel Heuer Fernandes into the net. Sonny Kittel (67) succeeded in equalizing – a little later, the HSV cheered on the supposed opening goal: But Martin Harnik (71) was in his close just offside. After consultation with the video assistant referee Marco Fritz (basket) took back the hit. A goal from Aaron Hunt (83) was not counted because of an offside – then beat Kinsombi late zu.SV Wehen-Wiesbaden – Holstein Kiel 3: 6 (2: 4) Eight goals and three interventions by the video referee in the first 60 minutes: SV Wehen Wiesbaden and Holstein Kiel have ensured a crazy football spectacle. Ultimately, the tail light from Wiesbaden defeated in front of 4053 spectators against the Kiel with 3: 6 (2: 4). It could still have fallen significantly more goals. For the actors of both teams had against weak defenses numerous opportunities missed. Although Manuel Schäffler put the hosts 1-0 in the lead (5th / penalties), but afterwards pulled Kiel away. Emmanuel Iyoha (8th), Alexander Mühling (21st, 27th / penalty) and Janni Serra (29th) provided a comfortable 4-1 lead in the first half hour. Salih Özcan (50.) increased to 5-2 after the break before Schäffler again shortened (52.). The final score went to Jonas Meffert (90 + 4). Arnamia Bielefeld – SV Sandhausen 1: 1 (1: 1) Arminia Bielefeld has lost the championship lead. Coach Uwe Neuhaus's team did not beat SV Sandhausen 1-1 (1-1). The draw in Bielefeld was not undeserved after Arminia's Jonathan Clauss (19th) and Sandhausen striker Kevin Behrens (32 ') scored. Sandhausen showed a strong performance and could have taken the lead early. However, Behrens failed in the 9th minute from penalties to Stefan Ortega. Ten minutes later, the home side cheered, as Clauss met with the first Bielefeld goal shot in the net. The guests did not give up, were allowed to cheer by Behrens before the break and were usually dominant in the second round. With high pressure, the sandhouses barely made the opponent come into play. Only in the closing phase awarded Bielefeld numerous opportunities: For example, by captain Fabian Klos (73) or Joan Edmundsson (77), who hit the crossbar.