HSV drops points in the goalless north German derby

Hamburger SV drew 0-0 at home against Holstein Kiel on the 25th matchday of the second German league.

As a result, the Hanseatic League missed the leap to the top of the table that Heidenheim made on Friday evening (>>> match report).

The Hamburgers determine the North German derby from the start. Robert Glatzel finds the first chance with a header, but Robin Himmelmann saves with a great save (4th).

Within a few seconds, the hosts have a double chance, first Bakery Jatta fails again at the Kiel goalkeeper, Glatzel cannot convert the dust collector again (12th).

Kiel goalie man of the match

Kiel hardly has an answer ready, on the other hand HSV despairs of Himmelmann. The Kiel goalkeeper remains in a one-on-one with Ludovit Reis Sieger (40th).

Shortly before half-time there was a huge opportunity for the guests, but this time HSV goalkeeper Daniel Heuer Fernandes was able to distinguish himself from a shot by former Hamburg player Lewis Holtby (45 + 1.).

After the change of sides, Hamburg stays on the trigger, but Ransford-Yeboah Königsdörffer can’t beat Himmelmann either (56′). After that, the game flattened out a bit, Kiel only played to 0:0. In injury time, Glatzel still has victory on his feet, but the Kiel goalkeeper steps into action again (90+2.). It stays with the zero number.

HSV is in third place with 49 points, one point behind leaders Heidenheim. Kiel is eighth with 34 points.

Paderborn slips up – Ullmann on the bench in Magdeburg’s defeat

SC Paderborn cannot capitalize on HSV’s zero number and loses its game at Jahn Regensburg 0-1. Prince Osei Owusu shot the home team from the point to victory (49th).

Paderborn remains fourth in the table with 40 points, while Regensburg, in 14th place (26 points), is out of the relegation zone.

1. FC Magdeburg is sliding further and further into the relegation battle. Maximilian Ullmann’s club lost 3-0 at SpVgg Greuther Fürth.

The Austrian followed the game from the bench for 90 minutes.

After being goalless at half-time, the “Kleeblatt” struck three times within ten minutes. Julian Green takes the lead as a joker (65′), then Daniel Heber scores in his own goal (69′). In the final quarter of an hour, Lukas Petkov made it 3-0 (75′).

Fürth jumps to eleventh place and has 30 points, while Magdeburg in 13th place (28 points) is only three points ahead of a relegation place.

ÖFB Legionnaires:

Maximilian Ullmann – 1. FC Magdeburg (on the bench)

Dejan Stojanovic – Jahn Regensburg (not in squad)


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