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Dynamo Dresden Clinches Impressive Victory – Jahn Regensburg Falls to Rot-Weiss Essen

Dynamo Dresden has returned with a brilliant victory. Jahn Regensburg lost at home to Rot-Weiss Essen – MSV Duisburg is gaining hope again in the basement.

Dynamo Dresden won impressively. Jahn Regensburg lost to Essen. Duisburg celebrated thanks to Ginczek. picture alliance, Getty Images

Dynamo in goal mood

After three defeats in the past games, Dynamo Dresden has impressively gotten back on the road to success. In the home game against VfB Lübeck – the kick-off was delayed due to police checks in the away area – Hauptmann (10th), Herrmann (14th) and Lemmer (28th) scored the SGD 3-0 after less than 30 minutes in the lead. Lübeck briefly hoped for improvement after Hauptmann’s goal (32′). But Kutschke restored the old distance shortly afterwards. Bitter for the guests: Just two minutes later, Löhden was sent off with a red card (Nachtritt, 40′). But that’s not all: After the break, winter newcomer Beleme also missed a penalty (53′, post), while on the other side a deflected captain’s shot found its way into the goal (60′). After all: Herzog converted a second penalty shortly afterwards to make it 2:5 from Lübeck’s perspective (62nd). Grupe’s own goal restored the old gap (82′) – the final point was set by Lemmer, who finished a quickly taken free kick to make the final score 7-2 (90’+3′).

Regensburg cannot withstand the force of RWE

The Saxons thus reduced the gap to leaders Jahn Regensburg to just three points. At the same time, the Upper Palatinate team suffered a bitter 3-0 defeat in the home game against Rot-Weiss Essen. The Revierklub took the lead with an own goal from Huth (16th). In the second half, two counterattacks by Harenbrock (59th) and Obuz (67th) led to a comfortable 3-0. Ganaus’ joker goal came too late for SSV (84′).

Ulm maintains third place

RWE remains on the heels of SSV Ulm. The Spatzen, who played their home game against Waldhof Mannheim again in Aalen, maintained third place with a 2-1 win against the Kurpfälzer, who were threatened with relegation. Scienza (21′) and Hawkins (25′) ensured the score was 1-1 at the break. Then Chessa punished a blackout from guest keeper Hawryluk (49th). A direct free kick from Ludwig eliminated any last doubts (78′). Mannheim missed the chance to leave the relegation zone. SV Sandhausen couldn’t hold on to Essen and Ulm. Jens Keller’s team couldn’t get past a 1-1 draw at Preußen Münster, with the goals scored by Pink (35′) and Grodowski (66′).

Duisburg draws hope

MSV Duisburg recorded an extremely important victory: thanks to goals from Ginczek (32nd, 64th), the Zebras came back after Verl’s opening goal (Lokotsch, 20th). Müller scored the final point with a counterattack in stoppage time (90+4). The MSV has moved back to within five points of the safe shore, at least by Sunday.

2024-02-10 17:23:49
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