The 12th matchday of the 2nd division began on Friday with two torn series, on Saturday Bremen and St. Pauli fought an exchange of blows. The overview.
Mikkel Kaufmann, Marvin Ducksch, Finn Ole Becker (left)
St. Pauli’s jubilation still fades – a draw in Bremen
FC St. Pauli scored a point in the north duel in Bremen. In a fast game, Ducksch gave Bremen the lead after the break, Becker had the prompt answer on the other side and equalized just six minutes later. In the second stoppage time, the league leaders celebrated Makienok’s 2-1 win, but the Dane had used his hand to score. So it was ultimately a draw, St. Pauli continues to greet from the top.
Dresden in crisis – Hanover only a draw
Promoted Dynamo Dresden suffered their eighth defeat from the last nine games on Saturday. In the 0: 1 against Sandhausen Testroet scored the goal of the day. In the parallel game in Hanover, 96 failed to defeat Aue. Shortly before the break, the violets equalized by Nazarov, before that, Kerk had given the Lower Saxony an early lead.
HSV remains unbeaten – and without a win against Kiel
In the evening, Hamburger SV did not get beyond a 1: 1 in the north duel against Holstein Kiel. The Hanseatic team got off to a good start and took the lead (12th) with a penalty that Kittel transformed, but then missed the start of the second half and were immediately punished by Pichler (46th). Despite some chances, it stayed on both sides. HSV remained unbeaten in their tenth game, but is still waiting in the lower house for a win against Kiel.
Setbacks for Schalke and Nuremberg
Am Friday evening tore two series at the beginning of the 12th matchday: The Nuremberg team conceded their first defeat in the 2nd division with a 2-0 defeat in Darmstadt despite phases of clear superiority and existing chances in Darmstadt. FC Schalke 04 thought they were on the way up after four wins in a row, but there was a setback in Heidenheim. In Darmstadt, Luca Pfeiffer brought the lilies into the front after a nice attack. The Franks vigorously pressed for the equalizer, then ultimately beat themselves with an own goal from Schindler. The Heidenheimers fought against the miners for a long time at eye level, even if the FCH was a bit more active. In the final phase, Frank Schmidt’s team rewarded themselves with the winning goal from Hüsing’s remarkable header to make it 1-0.
Ingolstadt threatens to lose touch
The game of opposites continues on Sunday (1.30 p.m.). The torn bottom FC Ingolstadt welcomes the surprise runner-up Jahn Regensburg. Since several teams from the lower third of the table meet directly at the weekend – and thus inevitably score some points – the Schanzer threaten to lose the connection with only five points from eleven games. For Jahn, it seems to be an easy task on paper to stay at the top.
KSC or Paderborn – who will climb to the top?
Not to lose touch – but in this case to the top group of the league – that’s what it’s all about at the Karlsruhe Wildpark Stadium at the same time. Both KSC, who gained a lot of self-confidence in the cup by winning at Bundesliga club Leverkusen, and SC Paderborn will then have the chance to climb a little further. The game day on Sunday afternoon will also be concluded by the game Hansa Rostock – Fortuna Düsseldorf.