At the moment things are not going well with both teams. The Karlsruher SC and St. Pauli move into the table cellar – but the Gaming Commission can now hope because of the victory. Paderborn dismantled the lilies in Darmstadt.
For Karlsruher SC and FC St. Pauli, the 7th match day was all about important points to climb out of the table cellar. KSC showed themselves strong and superior from the start, and thanks to the 2-0 victory they can now hope again – and drop St. Pauli. Paderborn meanwhile shocked Darmstadt 98.
Pauli vs Karlsruher SC 0: 3 (0: 1)
Less than five minutes were played when Karlsruher SC scored 1-0 (4th) against Marco Thiede at FC St. Pauli. The guests were clearly superior to the game. The 2-0 (50th) after the break of Jérôme Gondorf is only a matter of time.
When the last fifteen minutes started, Philipp Hofmann made it 3-0 (76th) for KSC.
Jahn Regensburg v VfL Osnabrück 2: 4 (1: 2)
Andreas Albers van Regensburg hit with a head after ten minutes to bring the score to 1-0 (12th), the Osnabrück could only watch. Ten minutes later, however, Sebastian Kerk confidently converted a penalty and equalized the 1-1 (22nd minute).
Etienne Amenyido rose in the second half to 3: 1 (64th) for VfL. But the goal festival for Osnabrück continued as Kerk turned a penalty kick into 4: 1 ice cold. Regensburg’s answer was promptly followed by Aaron Opoku, who shortened to 2: 4 (75th). The Regensburg team almost made it even shorter, but Osnabrück keeper Philipp Kühn saved Max Besuschkow’s penalty (77th).
Darmstadt 98 vs SC Paderborn 0: 4 (0: 3)
The guests got off to a brilliant start in Darmstadt. Ron Schallenberg gave SC Paderborn early 1-0 (13th). Chris Führich made it 2-0 a few minutes later (22nd minute). But that’s not all, because Dennis Srbeny rose to Darmstadt’s annoyance to 3-0 (25th).
To make matters worse for D98 there was a yellow-red card for Nicolai Rapp and the lilies had to fight to ten. In the 60th minute, Paderborn were awarded a penalty, which safely converted Dennis Srbeny to 4-0 (61st).