Second Bundesliga: Cologne wide awake despite its pajama jersey

Second Bundesliga: Cologne wide awake despite its pajama jersey

DHe Hamburger SV has successfully defended the league lead on Matchday 13 in the second Bundesliga. The HSV won 3: 1 (1: 1) at Erzgebirge Aue. For HSV coach Hannes Wolf, it was the fourth victory in the fourth competitive match. The 1. FC Cologne pushed by a 8: 1 (2: 0) -Kerntersieg against Dynamo Dresden with a three-pack of Simon Terodde on the second place in the table. In the third match of the season, FC St. Pauli had to be content with a 1-1 (0-0) against 1. FC Heidenheim and is now third in the table.

Pierre-Michel Lasogga (21) after a nice counterattack with his seventh goal of the season, Khaled Narey (63) and the substitute Bakery Jatta (68) met for the favorites from Hamburg. Clemens Fandrich (23) ensured the interim 1: 1 of the Auer. It was the first goal for Wolf as HSV coach.

Cologne record victory

Erstliga-relegated Cologne could end the day before the Eleventh Eleventh in the Ringelpiez jersey the negative series. In front of 50,000 spectators, the goaties celebrated the first three after four games without victory in the sold-out RheinEnergieStadion. Jhon Cordoba (51.), international Jonas Hector (56.) and again Terodde (61.) with his 16th goal of the season made for the 6: 0. Baris Atik (72.) scored the honorary goal for Dynamo. Louis Schaub (78.) and Hector (83.) scored the final score.

The Cologne thus set their second-league record victory in 2005 against Wacker Burghausen. One day before the foolish session on the Rhine, the game was under the motto "Ringelpiez zom Anpaacke". In the last five home games, it was only the second victory for the Rhinelander, which had been harshly criticized especially after the 0-1 in the top match last Monday at Hamburger SV.

The Cologne could thus close contact to the front runner HSV true. For the Saxons, meanwhile, ended a series of four away games without defeat in Cologne. Heidenheim captain Marc Schnatterer (52.) brought the guests with his ninth goal participation in the ninth match against St. Pauli in the lead. Joker Henk Veerman (61) equalized for Marvin Knoll with his fourth goal of the season for the hosts.


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