Thanks to Burgstaller and luck: St. Pauli continues its triumphant advance

Thanks to Burgstaller and luck: St. Pauli continues its triumphant advance

Updated February 20, 2021 at 3:15 p.m.

  • St. Pauli continues its triumphant advance in the 2nd division thanks to Burgstaller.
  • SV Sandhausen and VfL Osnabrück also suffer defeats with fresh staff on the sidelines.
  • That’s how the games went on Saturday.

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New coaches, old grief: SV Sandhausen and VfL Osnabrück have also suffered defeats in the 2nd Bundesliga with fresh staff on the sidelines. Meanwhile, FC St. Pauli celebrated their fourth win in a row in the 3-2 (1-0) against Darmstadt 98 thanks to a brace from Guido Burgstaller.

Sandhausen, which had slipped to a direct relegation zone, lost five days after Michael Schiele’s dismissal at SC Paderborn 1: 2 (1: 1). Osnabrück, which had separated from Marco Grote, received the eighth bankruptcy in a row under interim coach Florian Fulland in 1: 2 (0: 1) against 1. FC Heidenheim.

St. Pauli can rely on Burgstaller

St. Pauli could again rely on its striker Burgstaller.  The  Austrian (26th, 82nd) ​​was successful as a goalscorer in the seventh game in a row. Omar Marmoush (62nd) scored the interim 2-0 for St. Pauli, which has now earned eight points on the relegation places after a messed up start to the season.

Darmstadt, for which Tim Skarke (64th) and Serdar Dursun (66th) scored, on the other hand, simply cannot find its much-needed consistency: defeats and wins have alternated in the past few weeks. © The  team of coach Markus Anfang has to be careful not to slip further. In the last action, the lilies hit the bar.

Paderborn loses despite a change of coach

In Paderborn, SVS, which is being looked after on an interim basis by trainer warrior Gerhard Kleppinger and long-time SVS professional Stefan Kulovits, initially took the lead through Besar Halimi (15th). But the Bundesliga relegated turned the battle-heavy game with goals from Dennis Srbeny (36th) and Christopher Antwi-Adjei (74th).

Osnabrück fell 2-0 down through Tim Kleindienst (42nd) and Oliver Hüsing (50th). While Heidenheim is eighth with 32 points, VfL is only two points away from the relegation place. ©

 The  connection goal by Christian Santos (88th) was not enough. (afp / mgb)

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