Last-Minute Goal Gives SV Sandhausen a Long-Awaited Win in the 2. Bundesliga

SV Tannhauser 2nd department lights were able to score once more after four defeats straight through a goal at the last 2nd.
The group from Baden-Württemberg won a point versus Holstein Kiel on suit day 23 at 1-1 (0-0).
Hake Wall (47.) scored 1-0 for the Schleswig-Holstein.
Franck Dvina (90. +5) achieved the equalization and also ended an entrance flat of the sand houses of 507 mins.
Tannhauser was likewise unfortunate on a crossbar from Marcel Ritzier (61st).
Fabian Reese (87th) was still missing out on a penalty for the visitors.
For the new SVS trainer Tomas Oral, that celebrated his home premiere, it was the initial factor win, and also he had lost 0-1 with Tannhauser at 1. FC Nuremberg with Tannhauser.


The 49-year-old had prospered Alois Schwartz at the base of the table.
Kiel’s Time Becker had the very first possibility for the storks on his foot in the initial minute of the game.
He fell short with his shot at goalkeeper Patrick Druids.
In the 26th minute, Holstein assailant Fabian Reese racked up the crossbar of the Tannhauser Tor with a side puller.
In the 33rd min, Kiel’s goalkeeper Tim Schreiber had the ability to protect against the hosts’ success after a cost-free kick with a courageous positional game.
7 mins later, nonetheless, he had actually to be replaced hurt, for him Robin Zimmermann came.

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