Sony Kittel prepares the ball – he is the second sniper after David Kinsombi Penalty Thriller 1. FC Nürnberg. Both teams exchanged their first penalty. Kittel steps back a few feet, looks up, and starts running. And then it: Hamburger lifts the ball very loosely and coolly into goal with goalkeeper Carl Klaus – a win with symbolic power, which shows the confidence of HSV coach Tim Walter’s team.
Growth takes shape
As you know, statistics can be interpreted in different directions. HSV is doing well this season: Hamburger SV is in sixth place with six draws in eleven league games. In the last second division years, the former Bundesliga “Dino” performed better and better at the same time.
Again, HSV has suffered only one defeat this season. In a match against SV Sandhausen (90 + 6th Moritz Heyer to 2-1) or Erzgebirge Aue (90 + 4th Dirk Carlson): It is also worth noting that the team around Kittle can win in close encounters in the final minutes of this season. , Own goal, 1: 1) or last Friday Baderborn (90 + 4th Thomas Doyle to 2-1) – HSV is growing as a team that believes in itself and never gives up.
“I’m proud of what my boys have provided. Successes like this help us on our path and growth.”
Tim Walter after the cup game
Walter now seems satisfied with his team – HSV will be able to take the next “development step” against Holstein Keel on Saturday (8.30pm, live center at NDR.de) on the Volksparkstadion. Northern fight against “Rothosen” could celebrate their third consecutive match victory in the trophy-weak “Starks”.
LeBold leaves until the end of the season
Tim LeBold would be absent then. The HSV defender yelled 18 minutes later on Tuesday along with Tom Cross of Nuremberg – Leopold lay on the ground for a few minutes and screamed as he got on his knees. Wednesday Diagnosis: cruciate ligament tears. The 27-year-old, Hamburg’s regular player and difficult to replace, will be out for the rest of the season.
After the injury-related change of the former Nuremberg expert, some whistles came from the host fans. The FCN strongly condemned this: “1. FC Nürnberg stands for honesty. We do not recommend insulting a player in any way, especially when he is in pain on the ground,” the Franconian second division team said.
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