An absolute dream start brought FC St. Pauli into the lead early on.
Rodrigo Zalazar scored the first goal for the guests after just 71 seconds.
The Reds seemed completely out of the way – and already conceded ten goals number two in the minute. Guido Burgstaller headed to make it 0-2 (10th). Even before the break, the Kiezkicker could have led higher, 96 on the other hand delivered a disastrous performance.
Haraguchi with a double pack
In the second half, however, the Reds turned up. Thanks to a brace from Genki Haraguchi (53rd, 55th) it was suddenly 2-2 shortly after the restart. As a result, Lower Saxony looked like they had been substituted and had several chances to score the winner. Substitute Florent Muslija missed one of the best opportunities around 15 minutes before the final whistle. In the second minute of stoppage time the evil was punished and Igor Matanovic scored the 2: 3 for St. Pauli.
The reds in notes: This is how the 96 professionals were in shape against FC St. Pauli
Michael Esser – Note 4:
The lightning 0: 1 after 111 seconds goes on a cap. It doesn’t work, but it is only the last of three devils to make mistakes. At 0: 2 innocent. Oscillates between wobbly and mad day. He saved several times against Zalazar alone, but still conceded three goals.
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reds notes professionals shape Pauli