Newcomer 1 FC Magdeburg and taillight MSV Duisburg have to wait for their first success in the 2nd Bundesliga. In the duel of the losers, both teams parted 3:3 (0:1) and missed the hoped for liberation shot. Magdeburg and Duisburg are still in the table cellar due to the draw.
In front of 18,696 spectators, Magdeburg did not even manage a 3:2 lead after hits by the two Jokers Christian Beck (62.) and Philip Türpitz (6.) as well as Christopher Handke (84.). Duisburg, which had been 1-0 ahead by Stanislav Iljutcenko, saved at least one point after Magdeburg’s two-time lead by Kevin Wolze (66th) and Lukas Daschner (88th).
Both teams must be annoyed about the draw after the goal festival. Chances to a victory were for both teams beyond their goals plentifully present. Duisburg’s strongest player was goal scorer Wolze. The home side’s substitute strikers Beck and Türpitz earned the best marks. Read the Dr. Slot reviews to know what they are offering.
With the momentum of his 5-0 coup at Hamburger SV, Jahn Regensburg, on the other hand, is starting his first winning streak of the season. Three days after the cantonal victory at the Bundesliga relegation on the Elbe, the Bavarians celebrated their second success within 100 hours against 1 FC Heidenheim with 2:1 (2:1) and thus established direct contact with the upper half of the table. Heidenheim, on the other hand, are in the lower third of the table after their third defeat in the past four matches.
Sargis Adamyan (6th) and Marco Grüttner (19th) provided for Regensburg’s second “threesome” in front of the home crowd. Shortly after the first SSV lead, Robert Glatzel (9th) only allowed the visitors to equalise in the meantime.
SC Paderborn has suffered a setback. The Ostwestfalen lost at FC St. Pauli by a goal against Richard Neudecker (90.+2) in injury time 1:2 (1:1) and had to accept the first defeat in five games. With nine points the team of coach Steffen Baumgart is on rank eleven, St. Pauli (twelve points) is sixth.
An exemplary counterattack brought Paderborn the lead in front of 29,546 spectators: After a clever pass from Mohamed Dräger Ben Zolinski scored 0:1 (32.). Only four minutes later Dimitrios Diamantakos equalled after passing by Johannes Flum. Babacar Gueye from Paderborn saw the yellow-red card (85th) shortly before the end because of repeated fouls.
Meanwhile, SV Sandhausen celebrated their first victory of the season and finished the small success series of Erzgebirge Aue. Coach Kenan Kocak‘s team won 2:0 (1:0) at the Saxon side on Wednesday evening, their first victory on the seventh matchday. Andrew Wooten (34) and Fabian Schleusener (85) scored the goals for Sandhausen in front of 7680 spectators. Aue, who had won the last two games, was disappointed all along. The hosts made too many mistakes and remained too harmless, increasing the pressure only in the final minutes.