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2. League: FC St. Pauli misses return to the top

The FC St. Pauli has missed the return to the table tip of the 2nd league on the 30th match day after two weeks. Against Sandhausen it was only enough for a draw. In the evening, city trival Hamburger SV with a clear home win, his theoretical chance of climb

The reds, which waits a highlight on Tuesday with the semi-finals in the DFB Cup, defeated the Karlsruher SC 3-0 (2: 0) and shortened the residue on the relegation site at least for the time being for five points on the 30th matchday.

Robert Glatzel (23rd), Mario Vuskovic (32.) and Josha Vagnoman (68th) met for the HSV, who played after yellow-red against KSC defense chief Daniel Gordon from the 30th minute.

So that there is still a few years after the descent from the upper house with the return, the competition must also play vigorously – by stealing each other’s points. This can happen for example on Easter Sunday (13.30 / SKY), then Table Guide Schalke 04 and the fourth Darmstadt 98 at the Böllenfalltor opposite each other, the third Werder Bremen receives the fifth-placed 1st FC Nuremberg.

Three days before the pokal duel with the SC Freiburg (Tuesday, 20.45 / ARD and SKY), the team of coach Tim Walter presented itself in front of 24,892 spectators Best recovered from 0: 1 at Holstein Kiel and played practically 90 minutes on a gate.

Worth seeing was especially the directly transformed free-kick from central defender Vuskovic from a good 25 meters. The KSC, for which it is nothing more this season, had little to oppose.

2. League: St. Pauli misses return to the table top

The FC St. Pauli, who had issued the pole position at the beginning of April, had to settle himself with a 1-1 (1: 0) at the SV Sandhausen and prove with 53 meters for the time being two behind the dot table leaders Schalke 04.

On Sunday (13.30 clock), the royal blue with a victory at Darmstadt 98 as well as Werder Bremen with a success against the 1st FC Nuremberg but three points. Sandhausen has six points ahead of the relegation relegation place with 35 meters.

Guido Burgstaller met for the guests by faulfmeter (39.). It was the 18th season of the season for the Austrian, who had not previously met five games. Janik Bachmann (90. + 1) expected for the hosts.

The hamburger dominated from the beginning of the game, but clear scoring chances did not materialize. Only a penalty after video proof brought St. Pauli the lead. Burgstaller had gone to ground in the ballroom in the ballroom with Dario Dumic, referee Felix Brych had to continue playing.

Shortly after the rest, Marcel Hartel had the Grand Chance to 2-0 (49th) after a brilliant pass from Burgstaller, but the midfielder failed at Sandhausen Goalkeeper Patrick Drewes, who saved the reaction with the foot.

2. League: Fortuna misses victory against decimated 96

For Fortuna Düsseldorf has continued to expand its performance series in the 2nd football Bundesliga, but can not be able to victory against the opponent in the neighborhood. The Rhine countries had to comply with a zero number at the early decimated team of Hannover 96.

Hannover played in front of 17,200 fans from the 16th minute in the lower-mentioned, after Niklas Hult had seen the red card due to a emergency brake at Rouwen Hennings. The Fortuna has no longer lost since nine games.

Due to the REMIS, Düsseldorf claims 37 points to the lead in front of Hannover (36). 96 had recently won after four games without victory in episode 3: 1 at Erzgebirge Aue. Hannover tried after the red card to disturb the play flow of the guests and to prevent their attack efforts. That succeeded very well over wide route. The Forten has been waiting for a away win since December (3: 1 at Darmstadt 98).

2. League: Dresden misses important threesome in the relegation battle

Dynamo Dresden has missed a trendy threesome in the relegation champion of the 2nd football Bundesliga. The Saxons came against Holstein Kiel over a 0: 0 not beyond. With 29 points, the eight-time DDR master continues to occupy relegation platz 16, the residue on the SV Sandhausen at position 15 is further six counters.

For the storks, where coach Marcel Rapp completed his 43rd year on Saturday, an impressive series against dynamo came to an end. Previously, the North Germans had decided all seven duels for themselves. The Dresdner had only achieved two goals, but have to accept 18 hits.

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Most recently, the Kieler had won 1-0 against Bundesliga founding member Hamburger SV. However, RAPP had to make five changes in its starting formation compared to the HSV match.

Already in the first minute, the guests had the first great opportunity to lead.
Kwasi Wriedt met with a Schlenzer, however, only the lath of the Dresdner Tores.
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The residual program of the 2nd Bundesliga

FC St. Pauli (51 points, goal difference +16)

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02.04. Hansa Rostock (A), 09.04. Werder Bremen (H), 16.04. SV Sandhausen (A), 23.04. SV Darmstadt 98 (H), 29.04. 1. FC Nuremberg (H), 07.05. FC Schalke 04 (A), 15.05. Fortuna Dusseldorf (H)

Werder Bremen (51 points, mortis difference +15)

03.04. SV Sandhausen (H), 09.04. FC St. Pauli (A), 17.04. 1. FC Nuremberg (H), 23.04. FC Schalke 04 (A), 29.04. Holstein Kiel (H), 08.05. Erzgebirge Aue (A), 15.05. Jahn Regensburg (H)

SV Darmstadt 98 (48 points, goal difference +19)

02.04. Holstein Kiel (H), 09.04. 1. FC Nuremberg (A), 17.04. FC Schalke 04 (H), 23.04. FC St. Pauli (A), 30.04. Erzgebirge Aue (H), 06.05. Fortuna Dusseldorf (A), 15.05. SC Paderborn 07 (H)

FC Schalke 04 (47 points, goal difference +21)

01.04. Dynamo Dresden (A), 09.04. 1. FC Heidenheim (H), 17.04. SV Darmstadt 98 (A), 23.04. Werder Bremen (H), 29.04. SV Sandhausen (A), 07.05. FC St. Pauli (H), 15.05. 1. FC Nuremberg (A)

1. FC Nürnberg (46 points, goal difference +6)

03.04. 1. FC Heidenheim (A), 09.04. SV Darmstadt 98 (H), 17.04. Werder Bremen (A), 24.04. SV Sandhausen (H), 29.04. FC St. Pauli (A), 08.05. Holstein Kiel (A), 15.05. FC Schalke 04 (H)

Hamburger SV (42 points, goal difference +19)

02.04. SC Paderborn 07 (H), 05.04. Erzgebirge Aue (H), 10.04. Holstein Kiel (A), 16.04. Karlsruher SC (H), 23.04. Jahn Regensburg (A), 30.04. FC Ingolstadt 04 (A), 07.05. Hannover 96 (H), 15.05. Hansa Rostock (A)

1. FC Heidenheim (42 points, goal difference -1)

03.04. 1. FC Nuremberg (H), 09.04. FC Schalke 04 (A), 17.04. Erzgebirge Aue (H), 23.04. Holstein Kiel (A), 29.04. Fortuna Dusseldorf (H), 07.05. Jahn Regensburg (A), 15.05. Karlsruher SC (H)

SC Paderborn 07 (37 points, goal difference +8)

02.04. Hamburger SV (A), 10.04. Karlsruher SC (H), 17.04. FC Ingolstadt 04 (A), 24.04. Hannover 96 (H), 30.04. Hansa Rostock (A), 06.05. SV Sandhausen (H), 15.05. SV Darmstadt 98 (A)

Karlsruher SC (37 points, mortis difference +6)

03.04. Fortuna Dusseldorf (H), 10.04. SC Paderborn 07 (A), 16.04. Hamburger SV (A), 22.04. FC Ingolstadt 04 (H), 29.04. Hannover 96 (A), 08.05. Dynamo Dresden (H), 15.05. 1. FC Heidenheim (A)

Jahn Regensburg (36 points, mortis difference +5)

02.04. Hannover 96 (A), 08.04. FC Ingolstadt 04 (H), 17.04. Hansa Rostock (A), 23.04. Hamburger SV (H), 30.04. Dynamo Dresden (A), 07.05. 1. FC Heidenheim (H), 15.05. Werder Bremen (A)

Hansa Rostock (34 points, goal difference -8)

02.04. FC St. Pauli (H), 08.04. Fortuna Dusseldorf (A), 17.04. Jahn Regensburg (H), 24.04. Erzgebirge Aue (A), 30.04. SC Paderborn 07 (H), 07.05. FC Ingolstadt 04 (A), 15.05. Hamburger SV (H)

Holstein Kiel (34 points, goal difference -9)

02.04. SV Darmstadt 98 (A), 10.04. Hamburger SV (H), 16.04. Dynamo Dresden (A), 23.04. 1. FC Heidenheim (H), 29.04. Werder Bremen (A), 08.05. 1. FC Nuremberg (H), 15.05. SV Sandhausen (A)

Fortuna Dusseldorf (32 points, goal difference -1)

03.04. Karlsruher SC (A), 08.04. Hansa Rostock (H), 16.04. Hannover 96 (A), 22.04. Dynamo Dresden (H), 29.04. 1. FC Heidenheim (A), 06.05. SV Darmstadt 98 (h), 15.05. FC St. Pauli (A)

Hannover 96 (31 points, goal difference -15)

02.04. Jahn Regensburg (H), 09.04. Erzgebirge Aue (A), 16.04. Fortuna Dusseldorf (H), 24.04. SC Paderborn 07 (A), 29.04. Karlsruher SC (H), 07.05. Hamburger SV (A), 15.05. FC Ingolstadt 04 (H)

SV Sandhausen (30 points, goal difference -14)

03.04. Werder Bremen (A), 10.04. Dynamo Dresden (H), 16.04. FC St. Pauli (H), 24.04. 1. FC Nuremberg (A), 29.04. FC Schalke 04 (H), 06.05. SC Paderborn 07 (A), 15.05. Holstein Kiel (H)

Dynamo Dresden (28 points, goal difference -10)

01.04. FC Schalke 04 (H), 10.04. SV Sandhausen (A), 16.04. Holstein Kiel (H), 22.04. Fortuna Dusseldorf (A), 30.04. Jahn Regensburg (H), 08.05. Karlsruher SC (A), 15.05. Erzgebirge Aue (H)

Erzgebirge Aue (19 points, goal difference -27)

01.04. FC Ingolstadt 04 (A), 05.04. Hamburger SV (A), 09.04. Hannover 96 (H), 17.04. 1. FC Heidenheim (A), 24.04. Hansa Rostock (H), 30.04. SV Darmstadt 98 (A), 08.05. Werder Bremen (H), 15.05. Dynamo Dresden (A)

FC Ingolstadt 04 (15 points, goal difference -30)

01.04. Erzgebirge Aue (H), 08.04. Jahn Regensburg (A), 17.04. SC Paderborn 07 (H), 22.04. Karlsruher SC (A), 30.04. Hamburger SV (H), 07.05. Hansa Rostock (H), 15.05. Hannover 96 (A)

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