Thanks to a rapid start, 1. FC Kaiserslautern won the duel between the traditional clubs against 1. FC Nürnberg on the 5th matchday of the 2nd division 3-1 (3-1). In front of 43,677 spectators in the Fritz Walter Stadium on Saturday evening, Richmond Tachie (19th minute), Tymoteusz Puchacz (26th) and Ragnar Ache (30th) scored the goals for the Red Devils.
Lukas Schleimer (37th) scored for the “Club”, which ended the game with only ten men. FCN goalkeeper Christian Mathenia saw the red card in the 88th minute because of an emergency brake. Because the guests had already used up all the options to change, outfield player Tim Handwerker had to remain between the posts of the Nuremberg goal for the rest of the season.
Here Tim Handwerker is still celebrating after the supposed 2:3 from his team’s point of view – but the goal was not given because of an offside position
Source: dpa/Thomas Frey
After a strong start, the guests were literally overrun by the home side in just eleven minutes in the middle of the first half. Schleimer’s hit gave the Franks hope again, for whom Kanji Okunuki (41st) only hit the post.
The guests continued to press after the restart, Kaiserslautern were now waiting for a counterattack. Ache only put the ball on the post after 56 minutes. Also because two Nuremberg goals were not recognized for offside, Kaiserslautern defended the lead in the final phase with luck and skill and celebrated the third win in a row.
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