Newsletter

Top game: double blow – HSV is back in the derby

Live ticker top game

Double blow – HSV is back in the derby

As of 8:08 p.m

HSV equalizes the derby with a double blow

Source: dpa/Marcus Brandt

First against second, FC St. Pauli against HSV – the Hamburg derby couldn’t be more explosive. Who will win at the Millerntor? Follow the top game of the second Bundesliga here in the live ticker.

Here you will find content from third parties

In order to display embedded content, your revocable consent to the transmission and processing of personal data is necessary, as the providers of the embedded content require this consent as third party providers [In diesem Zusammenhang können auch Nutzungsprofile (u.a. auf Basis von Cookie-IDs) gebildet und angereichert werden, auch außerhalb des EWR]. By setting the switch to “on”, you agree to this (revocable at any time). This also includes your consent to the transfer of certain personal data to third countries, including the USA, in accordance with Art. 49 (1) (a) GDPR. You can find more information about this. You can revoke your consent at any time using the switch and privacy at the bottom of the page.

Football Europe is watching the draw for the European Championships in Germany in the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg on Saturday. But the fans in the Hanseatic city are primarily interested in an event that happened the day before. The 110th Hamburg city derby between FC St. Pauli and HSV in the Second Bundesliga electrifies almost the entire city and region.

The game on Friday (6.30 p.m./Sky) is already explosive enough due to the decades-long rivalry between the two clubs and their fans. This time it is also an absolute top game. For the first time, the meeting between the two clubs will be a duel between the first and the second. League leaders FC St. Pauli are considered favorites in their Millerntor Stadium against their big rivals from the neighborhood in Volkspark. HSV in second place is the closest pursuer.

“One against two – that’s all it takes,” said St. Pauli coach Fabian Hürzeler. The 30-year-old and his team have been causing a sensation since the beginning of this season. The team not only impresses their own supporters with their style of play, they are still unbeaten and have three points more than HSV before the 15th matchday.

Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Trending