Werder, with Keeper Zetterer instead of returnees Pavlenska and newcomers wiser in the starting eleven, began in Ingolstadt (Kaya replaced the injured captain Kutschke) committed and developed a cause. So the 1: 0 did not fall surprising, but in the emergence happy. Schmidt’s flank was extended by Antonich with the Crest exactly in the long corner (24.), but three minutes later, Werder had to digest the injury related from Captain Toprak (May came to the game). Made nothing, because we let out a solo in the 42nd minute and set 2: 0 after sighting oversight. As a ducksch shortly after the break set to 3: 0 (48.), the fair in Ingolstadt was already reading, the North Germans beat the second newcomer with 3-0.
Unvaged Joker: Hanover prevents St. Pauli’s spreadsheet
96-coach Jan Zimmermann exchanged his team after the 0: 4 in Darmstadt on five positions, among other things, the new additions ondoua and backers were allowed against an unchanged St. Pauli Ran. Since Frantz injured early, the coach was forced to another early amendment. Only shortly thereafter Hanover came to the first high-armature, Beiser’s header defused Keeper Vasilj, however, Grandios (10th). 96 remained on the very weak KietzCaptain Toprak and went in the 39th minute in front. The substitute Kerk met by deafer for the Lower Saxony, almost had increased hult before the break – Vasilj was back. After the break, however, the hanseates increased significantly. Bayman failed from the distance just to Keeper Target (64.), Medics header clapped to the latte (84th). But since the 96 people remained dangerous, the victory was anything but undeserved. St. Pauli thus missed the spreadsheet, which would have been possible with a threesome.
Wild game in the Wildpark: Kiel is not enough
Kiel had to refrain from Holtby, Skrzybski and basket (all muscular problems) in Karlsruhe, but was still the more dangerous team. Heading opportunities from Mühling (8.) and especially Porath (20th) proved this. But it was the Baden who struggled quite unexpectedly: Choi (39.) got the leather to Hofmann’s headbark template with trouble in the Kiel box for 1: 0 pause guide under, almost would be Wanitzek shortly after restart 2: 0 succeeded. Holstein did not stop – and finally put on a double strike. Mees jumped higher than two Karlsruher in the 78th minute, only two minutes later, Bartels with his head was on the spot and set to 2: 1. Not enough: in the wild folding phase with many torewood scenes, Hofmann in the 88th minute and would almost have caused the re-turning time in the detention time by head – Keeper Gelios prevented worse.
All games of the 6th game day can be found here …