2. Bundesliga: HSV wins in Karlsruhe - whistles against Bakery Jatta
Karlsruher SC - Hamburger SV 2: 4 (0: 2)
The HSV remains undefeated. At the Karlsruher SC Hamburg won 4: 2 (2: 0). Lukas Hinterseer scored a penalty (16 minutes), twice Sonny Kittel (34th, 67th) and Jairo Samperio (90th + 1) scored for Hamburg, Daniel Gordon (76th) and Philipp Hofmann (88th) headed for the KSC (88.). Karlsruhe is eighth for the time being after the defeat, the HSV remains first.
The HSV started dominant. Bakery Jatta, who was booed during the game by supporters of Karlsruhe, narrowly missed the lead after ten minutes. Four minutes later, there was a foul on Tim Leibold penalty for HSV. Hinterseer surely changed. As a result, both teams came to good opportunities. The second goal fell again for the Hamburg, as Kittel poked the ball over the line.
There were also opportunities on both sides in the second half. Kittel made the three-goal lead by distance shot, before Gordon and Hofmann made it exciting again with two header hits. Jairo made the decision in stoppage time.
At Jatta there are doubts about the identity, the DFB and the district office Hamburg-Mitte investigate the case. The KSC announced before kick-off to reserve an objection to the game scoring, should Jatta be used. Most recently Bochum and Nuremberg had lodged an objection to their defeats against HSV.
1. FC Nürnberg - VfL Osnabrück 1: 0 (0: 0)
Bundesliga relegated Nuremberg has won thanks to a late goal against promoted Osnabrück. In the first 45 minutes, both teams had good chances to lead - once the ball was also in goal. The goal of Anas Ouahim but was rightfully withdrawn because offside. In the 80th minute Johannes Geis scored the winning goal from just under 22 meters. Nuremberg is ninth after the victory, Osnabrück is in seventh place.
1. FC Heidenheim - SV Sandhausen 0: 2 (0: 0)
Sandhausen celebrated in Heidenheim the second win of the season. After a poor first half, Philipp Förster was hit by a hand penalty (60 '). Only three minutes later Kevin Behrens scored the final score. Sandhausen is fourth, Heidenheim is twelfth.