Dhe 1. FC Cologne has missed to jump back to the top of the table in the second Bundesliga. In a turbulent game, the team of coach Markus start lost to third league promoted SC Paderborn 3: 5 (1: 1). On Matchday 5 it was the first defeat of the season for the Bundesliga relegated.
The Cologne top scorer Simon Terodde had the Cologne twice shot twice in the lead (37th minute, 53rd), but the Paderborn had each the appropriate answer ready. Babacar Gueye equalized to make it 1-1 (38 '). Philipp Klement then even managed a double strike: First, the former Mainzer shot the 2: 2 (66), then he met by penalty shot for the first time leadership of the Paderborn (71). In the final stages, then the Cologne were back first, Jhon Cordoba scored the 3: 3 equalizer (84). But Bernard Tekpetey (89) and Sven Michel (90 + 4) secured the deserved threesome for the SCP.
"We will look for our chance on the offensive," SCP coach Steffen Baumgart had announced – and the guests listened to their coach: The Ostwestfalen annoyed the favorites with a venomous style of play and came through Uwe Hünemeier header (9) and dangerous to score from FC keeper Timo Horn. The hosts quarreled in front of 50,000 spectators despite playful overweight initially with the referee Markus Schmidt, the two Terodde goals (12/27) but because of offside rightfully not recognized.
A clear hand play by Mohamed Dräger (23) on the sixteen-meter line escaped the referee, however. After Gueyes quick response to the FC leadership Cologne initially remained the game-determining team. The SCP, who after four league games without defeat is in seventh place, ruled ice twice in Klement's foot twice. When 3: 2 he failed with a penalty kick first to FC keeper Timo Horn, but he was successful in the extra margin.
St. Pauli risks too much in Aue
Also thanks to a dream goal of Pascal Testroet FC Erzgebirge Aue celebrated the first victory of the season. The Sachsen the FC St. Pauli 3: 1 (2: 1) and thus remained unbeaten in the eighth comparison with the Hamburg in series. In front of 12,000 spectators, the hosts were led by Dennis Kempe after eleven minutes in the lead. Henk Veerman equalized just five minutes later. Testroet pounded the ball in the 31st minute from about 25 yards into the left corner. Returnee Jan Hochscheidt (75th) finally turned a counterattack to the acclaimed first three. Those with serious injury worries – six players missing – hired Hamburger did not hide, but had with the initial offensive of the Auer considerable difficulties.
The backlog but they coped quickly and were the compensation for the renewal Auer leadership the more dangerous team. After the break, St. Pauli's coach Markus Kauczinski switched to a three-string. This increased the risk of running in Auer counterattack. One of them brought the decision by Hochscheidt. Thereafter, the hosts had the game under control.
Bochum inflicts bitter defeat on Ingolstadt
Thanks to the outstanding Lukas Hinterseer, VfL Bochum has established itself in the top group. With the 6: 0 (3: 0) against the disappointing FC Ingolstadt moved the team of coach Robin Dutt at ten points even on the second place in the table. Before 14.341 spectators turned Hinterseer against his former club in the 4th and 66th minute two penalty foul and was also successful in the 62nd minute. Robbie Kruse (14), Tom Weilandt (19) and Anthony Losilla (79) scored the remaining VfL goals. Ingolstadt fell back to position 13.
The early arrears of the Ingolstadt resulted from a foul by Lucas Galvao at Weilandt. The former FCI professional Hinterseer turned sure. In the second VfL hit by Kruse Ingolstadt keeper Marco Knaller pummeled. The 3: 0 by Weilandt was already the preliminary decision. The Brazilian Galvao was sent off with yellow-red (57th) of the field. After that, Bochum went down three more times.