HSV stumbles at the start of spring in Dresden

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Dresden – Friday, January 14, 2022, 8:35 p.m

Hamburger SV starts spring 2022 with a disappointing draw.

The Hanseatic League, who are very interested in promotion, cannot get past a 1-1 away draw at latecomers Dynamo Dresden on the 19th matchday of the 2nd German Bundesliga.

In terms of play, HSV missed a lot in the first half, but the North German guests took the lead after a spotless counterattack: Robert Glatzel was at the end of a heavily played transition and scored to make it 1-0 for HSV (37th).

However, Dresden didn’t let this sit down and equalized with a headed goal from Christoph Daferner after a change of sides (61′).

Michael Sollbauer plays through in Dresden’s central defense and receives a yellow card in the 73rd minute.

With the point win, HSV (31 points) moves up to four points from SV Darmstadt in second place, but the “lilies” can extend the lead again in Saturday’s home game against Karlsruhe. The former Bundesliga Dino is five points behind local rivals FC St. Pauli at the top of the table, and Pauli has also played one game less.

After the draw, Dynamo Dresden remains in eleventh place and has 23 points on the account.

In the parallel game, Hannover 96 can look forward to a successful start to the year in a crisis duel with Hansa Rostock. Advances in the 1-0 victory of the 96ers Linton Maina to the gold goal scorer (58th).

Thanks to the trio, Hanover made up several places and is currently twelfth with 23 points. Hansa Rostock slips back to 15th place with 20 points.

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