Against SV Sandhausen, Hamburg secured a very important victory in the fight for promotion to the Bundesliga – which also succeeded because an SVS player blacked out.
After Hamburger SV did not lose the first five league games and started the season with a dream series, things are no longer going well for coach Daniel Thioune’s team. Most recently, there were three losses in four games – but HSV won 4-0 against SV Sandhausen on Tuesday. Even though the Hamburgers’s performance was rather modest.
HSV against SV Sandhausen 4: 0 (1: 0)
In the first fifteen minutes, the guests put a lot of pressure on HSV. While SV Sandhausen became more and more active, HSV found no answer. Only after half an hour did Simon Terodde score 1-0 for Hamburg (30th). Bad luck for Sandhausen, because a miscommunication led to an opportunity for the Northern Lights. Ivan Paurevic could have just cleared the ball, but didn’t. Also to the incomprehension of his goalkeeper teammate.
In the second half, Terodde scored 2-0 (67th) for HSV and made his double perfect. However, in “Sky” the hit was called “very, very lucky”. HSV has been on the move ever since, with Amadou Onana up to 3-0 (78th) more than ten minutes before the end. And in the end Josha Vagnoman made it 4-0 (90th + 2nd).
Hannover 96 against VfL Bochum 2-0 (1-0)
Less than three minutes were played in Hanover when striker Valmir Sulejmani scored his first goal of the season and the 1-0 for H96 (2nd). The striker returned to his training facility in July and has now given his squad the first goal.
After 60 minutes, Hannover was awarded a penalty – Marvin Duksch converted safely and extended the lead to the 2-0 end result.
FC Heidenheim against Jahn Regensburg 0-0 (0-0)
Heidenheim showed a lot of energy at home, but was unable to translate that into goals in the first half. The Regensburg guests also had a hard time, so it went 0-0 at half time. It looked the same in the second half. It was an intense meeting without goals.
Greuther Fürth vs Darmstadt 98 0: 4 (0: 2)
After more than fifteen minutes, Tim Skarke of Darmstadt was victorious and scored the 1-0 lead for the guests (17th). But it didn’t stop. Shortly before half-time, the lilies came up again and increased via Serdar Dursun to 2-0 (45th).
Shortly after the break, Dursun increased the lead for Darmstadt to 3-0 (49th). The leader of the table until this match day, Greuther Fürth, could only watch again. But things got worse for the hosts when Immanuel Höhn increased to 4-0 (76th) for D98. Despite the good score, the Dortmund youngster Lars Lukas Mai received a red card shortly before the end (83rd).