SV Sandhausen – HSV: Hamburg loses against Kellerkind – FOOTBALL 2nd LEAGUE

Oh weh, HSV!

The Hamburgers embarrass themselves in the 2nd division at relegation candidate Sandhausen and lose 1: 2. Within six minutes, Daniel Thioune’s team (46) conceded two goals after a goalless first half from Ambrosius (46th), who hits their own net, and Keita-Ruel (52nd).

Last season, HSV lost 5-1 at home to SVS on the last day of the match and thus gambled away their participation in the relegation.

It looks like the former Bundesliga dinosaur will fail again this year because of his own nerves and his own expectations.

Embarrassing HSV!

Because Sandhausen is this time the better team for at least 70 minutes. Although the league sixteenth was in a corona quarantine for two weeks and only trained again for the first time on Monday. Still the team has the better chances, is more aggressive and has better grip. After five minutes it can be 1-0, Heyer clears in the last second.

Then a moment of shock when Jatta is hit in the head after a shot by Biada from close range and remains dazed (9th). For him comes Onana (15th).


Jatta has to be treated on the pitch and is then substituted off

Foto: Getty Images

Until the break, HSV held a flattering 0-0, then Ambrosius heads a Biada cross into his own goal just 20 seconds after the break, which was untenable for Ulreich (46th). Cross from the right to 1-0. Cross from the left, 2-0: Nartey is sent steeply to the left by Kister, crosses sensitively to the second post, where Keita-Ruel prevails and heads the 2-0 powerfully.

Pathetic, HSV!

Even after that, the red trousers are no better for a long time. Sky expert Torsten Mattuschka (40) is stunned: “Crazy, crazy!”

Sandhausen, the compulsory break due to Corona can only be noted in the final phase. Wintzheimer still manages to hit the next goal (75th). Not more.

Very interesting hint
Would Bayern & BVB go into a Super League after all?

Source: BILD

With another 50 points, Hamburg remain third, but Düsseldorf is only one point behind. Bochum (60 points) and Fürth (54) are far ahead.

So the question arises more and more whether coach Thioune is still the right one for this HSV? In the last two years, the former Bundesliga dinosaur failed to get promoted – can Daniel Thioune still manage to complete the third attempt?

He has five games left until the end of the season



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