Regensburg despite a draw in front – Hannover and Heidenheim win

Second division leader Jahn Regensburg has to be content with a draw in Düsseldorf. Away wins succeed Hannover and Heidenheim.

Despite the 1-1 draw in Düsseldorf, Jahn Regensburg remains leader in the second division. Photo: Roland Weihrauch / dpa (Image: dpa)
(Photo: Roland Weihrauch / dpa)

Düsseldorf – Jahn Regensburg remains ahead in the 2nd Bundesliga.

The team of coach Mersad Selimbegovic remained on the 7th matchday in the 1-1 (1-1) against Fortuna Düsseldorf without a win in the third game in a row, but still maintained the top of the table in front of 1. FC Nürnberg, who on Friday evening Hansa Rostock 1-0 defeated.

Hannover 96, which played outnumbered early on, won the north duel at Holstein Kiel and improved to tenth place in the table thanks to its third win of the season. SV Sandhausen suffered a 1: 3 (0: 2) home defeat against 1. FC Heidenheim on Saturday.

In an entertaining game, Regensburg’s Max Besuschkow scored the lead (18th) for the league leaders with a sharp shot, but Kaan Caliskaner subsequently missed to increase to 2-0 (22nd). Instead, the people of Düsseldorf gave the right answer. Robert Bozenik, on loan from Feyenoord Rotterdam in the summer, made his debut debut with his first goal for the well-deserved equalization.

Kiel outnumbered around 80 minutes

The game in Kiel also ended with a lot of goals, where the hosts lost their position early on after a red card against goalkeeper Ioannis Gelios in the 10th minute. Hannover 96 used its 80-minute excess and laid the foundation for the first away win of the season early on with the goals of Sebastian Ernst (18th), Sebastian Kerk (25th) and Linton Maina (34th).

1. FC Heidenheim presented its coach Frank Schmidt, who is celebrating his 14th anniversary as coach of the FCH these days, with a convincing third win of the season in Sandhausen. Oliver Hüsing (15th) and Tim Kleindienst (36th) met before the break, Patrick Mainka (86th) after the break. Sandhausen was only able to shorten the second run through Pascal Testroet (53rd).

Bundesliga relegated FC Schalke 04 suffered their third defeat of the season in a 2-1 draw against Karlsruher SC on Friday and are still stuck in the midfield of the table.

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