2nd league: St. Pauli stops HSV outnumbered - Fürth awards victory

HSV coach Tim Walter went purposefully to his own fans, his players followed him hesitantly after the 0:3 (0:0) in the emotional 108th Hamburg city derby at FC St.

2nd league: St. Pauli stops HSV outnumbered - Fürth awards victory

HSV coach Tim Walter went purposefully to his own fans, his players followed him hesitantly after the 0:3 (0:0) in the emotional 108th Hamburg city derby at FC St. Pauli.

On the other side of the field, the Kiezkicker lay in each other's arms after a memorable game, exhausted and happy. From the stands in the Millerntor Stadium, which was sold out with 29,205 spectators, the brown and white crowd rang out: "The number one, that's us."

Ironically, city rivals FC St. Pauli had stopped HSV in the 2nd Bundesliga and ended its own crisis with the highest derby victory in 62 years in one fell swoop. "I'm completely done," said coach Timo Schultz on Sky. His co-captain Leart Paqarada felt the same: "It's a great feeling. I couldn't have imagined it any better."

Red for HSV captain Schonlau

The way to the Kiez high spirits was favored by the red card for HSV captain Sebastian Schonlau (28). His team was outnumbered by Etienne Amenyido for more than 60 minutes after he was sent off due to an emergency brake. "Of course you're disappointed when you lose a derby in that context," said HSV coach Walter. "But we never gave up."

Due to the first defeat after seven games, his team now has to worry about the championship lead at the weekend. It was also the first bankruptcy abroad after eight wins across the season. For St. Pauli, the success was the first after seven games - and a great relief. Eric Smith (61st), Marcel Hartel (74th) and David Otto (89th) created a brown and white party atmosphere.

Before the risk game, a police operation had caused a stir. The police had taken several supporters of FC St. Pauli into custody. A video circulating on Twitter shows one such detention, in which a police officer uses coercion in the form of physical violence. "It is necessary to check whether proportionality has been observed," the police said on Twitter. The video shows several people being pinned to the ground by police officers. One officer punched a man lying on the ground while another pinned his legs. FC St. Pauli called for clarification.

Fürth misses victory against Rostock

Meanwhile, SpVgg Greuther Fürth suffered another low blow against a rustic Hansa Rostock shortly before the final whistle. The Franks didn't let themselves be put off by the rough play of the guests at 2: 2 (1: 0). A penalty kick by Ryan Malone (90.3) that was converted immediately before the end robbed the dismayed Franconians of their second win of the season. After the third draw in a row at the start of the 12th matchday, coach Marc Schneider’s team climbed to 15th place in the table.

Fürth captain Branimir Hrgota (20th minute) scored the lead in front of 10-516 spectators. Lukas Fröde's equalizer (57') equalized with a header from Ragnar Ache (60') after a wonderful cross from Simon Asta. After yellow-red against John Verhoek (62nd), Afimico Pululu (88th) missed the big chance to make it 3-1 shortly before the end. In return, Malone shocked the home side.

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