Analysis of the game: KSC turns the derby against Sandhausen with the self-image of a top team

Analysis of the game: KSC turns the derby against Sandhausen with the self-image of a top team

In the Rhein-Neckar-Derby at SV Sandhausen, the Karlsruher SC impressively demonstrated the broad chest announced by coach Christian Eichner and were able to turn a two-goal deficit into another success. Not only was Philipp Hofmann able to end his short dry spell, Kyoung-Rok Choi played himself in the focus with a splendid 45 minutes.

After the rather manageable, goalless game against Jahn Regensburg, the Karlsruher SC offered a real goal spectacle exactly one week later in the derby against SV Sandhausen.  The  Badeners only really took part from the second half onwards. Because at first it looked like a setback for the Eichner-Elf, who had been on the rise for weeks.

First half chance by Hofmann

After the KSC got into the game well through a half-chance from Hofmann (4th), the hosts from Sandhausen took over the command more and more. ©

 The  Kurpflzer wanted to quickly bridge the midfield with a defensive chain of four in order to get to the goal quickly. KSC goalkeeper Gersbeck was allowed to show his class for the first time after twelve minutes. Out of the game, the KSC did little against defensively disciplined hosts, once again standard situations had to be found to create a goal threat.

Winter newcomer Wimmer (19th and 27th minute of play) had two chances to lead after a corner and a long free kick, but is getting closer and closer to his first goal in Blau-Wei. ©

 The  Sandhuser did better a short time later on the other side: After half an hour, Behrens first refined a heavily played counterattack, in which the KSC defensive played its part through their passive behavior.

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Analysis game KSC turns derby Sandhausen selfimage top team


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