Eight-goal thriller in Paderborn - Zero number in the basement

Eight-goal thriller in Paderborn - Zero number in the basement

Overview: HSV, St. Pauli, Cologne: The top-3 in parallel on Saturday Eight goals, four side-hits, chances on the assembly line: Paderborn and Kiel offered a breathtaking game on Friday evening. In the cellar duel between Sandhausen and Duisburg, however, no goals fell. The top 3 of the second league are required on Saturday: Leader Hamburg plays in Aue, the second St. Pauli expects Heidenheim and the third Cologne meets Dresden. The next day Ingolstadt and Bielefeld meet for a crisis duel. A breathtaking match between Paderborn and KielA more than 90 minutes of spectacular games were played by Paderborn and Kiel © picture alliance On Friday evening, SC Paderborn and Holstein Kiel fought a spectacular exchange of blows. It was not only the beginning of the game, Gueye scored the SCP lead in just nine seconds. Schindler equalized for the KSV (6th), only 180 seconds later Klement struck back. Then, for half an hour no goal fell, but met Kiel three times from offside position. Shortly before the break Zolinski increased for the SCP to 3: 1 (41), then allowed everyone involved and the audience to take a breather. It was breathtaking after the break in the second half. First Schindler tested in the 59th minute SCP keeper Zingerle, 120 seconds later had to clear Paderborns Collins on the line. But Kiel continued to search for the forward and turned within nine minutes by Serra (71), Mühling (74) and Schindler (80th, penalty) the result. But that was not the end, Zolinski equalized in the 90th minute for Paderborn still. No goals in Sandhausen In the cellar duel between Sandhausen and Duisburg was initially also fire in it, the MSV had the first chances, the SVS had bad luck, as after 16 minutes a Wooten goal because of an offside position was denied recognition. Then, however, more and more took over the defensive lines command of the game, so that until the break, no goals were admired. In the second half it was a bit better, in the 54th minute forced Duisburg's Stoppelkamp SVS keeper Lomb to a splendid save. That's it but then, gates did not want to fall anymore. With the draw, Duisburg, which remain unbeaten away under the new coach Torsten Lieberknecht away, live better than the SVS, which has been waiting for four games for a threesome. Cologne in crisis Four games, two points: Simon Terodde (left) and Lasse Sobiech are trying to find a way out of the crisis with Cologne © imago On Saturday (1 pm), 1. FC Köln hopes to end their losing streak. Guest is Dynamo Dresden. The Billy Goats took only two points from their last four league games (0/2/2). "I do not want to hear any more that the pressure is too high, because that's what I'm now slowly on the cookie," rumbled Cologne CEO Armin Veh. "All I can say is that you can not play like that and that if you want to get up, you have to change something for that matter." Even second-division top scorer (13 goals) and scorer (14 points) Terodde has jam-free and last scored twice in a row, with a kicker average score of 4.5. Dresden has not lost since four rounds (1/3/0) and would like to continue this upward trend in the cathedral city. After the lock has expired, Nikolaou is ready for action again. With an away win, Dynamo could equal point point with the FC.Two form-strong teams at Millerntor FC St. Pauli and 1. FC Heidenheim meet two form-strong teams at Millerntor. FCSP have won five of their last seven games (5/1/1) and moved up to second place. "A nice snapshot that you definitely have to enjoy," says Sechser Knoll. But do the Kiez kickers also crack Heidenheim? The FCH has not lost in five league rounds (3/2/0) and has been unbeaten in six competitive games (4/2/0). As a reward, the Swabians advanced to sixth place. "The atmosphere here is outstanding and we work very well together as a team," said midfielder Dorsch. HSV wants to defend the top Aue gets to do it with the front runner Hamburg. In this duel FC Erzgebirge goes without defender Kalig (yellow-red-barrier) and goalkeeper Männel (stretching of the lateral ligament in the right knee joint). Maybe not the only changes in the violets, because: "We do not manage to tie the balls in front of us because there were too many mistakes, we are too predictable, we have to turn off," says FCE coach Daniel Meyer. Under his new coach Hannes Wolf, HSV won all three of their mandatory matches – including the meeting of heavyweights against Cologne (1-0). Now the Hanseaten travel as leaders to Saxony. "First place does not have such a great significance, but we have to build on that, and we want to go straight to Aue and gain a cushion," said HSV captain Hunt. "It's going to be really hard for us on Saturday," says Wolf. "Aue may sound easy to outsiders, but it is not." Union unbeaten – Prömel suspended "I want to be first": Union Berlin goalkeeper Rafal Gikiewicz has high expectations © imago On Sunday (13.30) Union Berlin and Fürth meet at the Alte Försterei. They are the only defensive players in the second league with only eight goals and are unbeaten as the only team (4/8/0). "Normally we would have to be first and have five, six more points than the other teams," goalkeeper Gikiewicz quarrels with a run of four consecutive draws. "I always look ahead and have high goals, I want to be first, and we aim to get promoted this season." With kilometer eater Prömel (yellow-red card), the missing player will be the strongest player in the second league (total 147.97 kilometers mileage). However, Fürth proved to be an uncomfortable opponent – especially for Union: In 22 clashes won the SpVgg ten times (10/9/3). "In no case lose": Sieglos duel in Ingolstadt With Ingolstadt and Bielefeld meet two in Struggling teams in recent weeks: The FCI have been waiting for eight (!) league games for a win (0/2/6) – Arminia conceded five league and six competitive games defeats in a row. Who sets a sign against the trend? The Schanzer have at least not lost in the last two games, are more stable and want to hold against it again with fight and courage. Despite the lack of success, this also made the DSC last: passion, commitment and, above all, the willingness to run were right. With a total of 1435.57 kilometers, the Ostwestfalen are the most joyful team in the second league. "We have to get up and fight on," demands Arminia coach Jeff Saibene. "But we must also commit to accept the relegation battle." Bielefeld captain Börner expects in Ingolstadt "a brutally important game that we must not lose under any circumstances." Magdeburg longs for a victory – Jahn with series Also at 1. FC Magdeburg prevails crisis mood. The reason for this are four games without a win and recently three defeats in a row with 1: 7 goals. "We have to rigorously analyze what our mistakes are, we have had three years of success, we were celebrated and carried on hands through the city, and now we have a phase where the results are not quite right. that one or the other also sees this more critical, "said Sporting Director Maik Franz. Coach Jens Härtel, who has to do without the suspended Erdmann (yellow / red card), is not yet up for discussion. Nevertheless, the Elbstädter urgently need something countable from the home game against Regensburg. The Jahn has been unbeaten in seven rounds (3/4/0), but has played four games in a row. "It does not necessarily make happy, but we are happy for every point," said SSV captain Grüttner. Bochum's Last Minute Crisis – Darmstadt on the UpswingClicking in stoppage time: The goal behind Bochum keeper Manuel Riemann. © imago The Monday evening game (8.30 pm) is played by Bochum and Darmstadt. The VfL is undefeated for four games (1/3/0), but could not win for three rounds. Reason for this is a certain vulnerability in the close to the end: against Kiel (2: 2) and last Regensburg (3: 3) and Fürth (2: 2) leadership could not be brought over time – it rattled each in injury time. "In this frequency, this is difficult to digest, so we obviously have problems that need to be further worked on and discussed," said VfL coach Robin Dutt, who thus lacks six points on the points account. The SV 98 stabilized last and is unbeaten in the league since three rounds (2/1/0). Lilien coach Dirk Schuster has to give up his suspended left-back Holland (yellow-red card)

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