2. Bundesliga | SC Paderborn extends Kiels bankruptcy series

Football second division Holstein Kiel always slips into the relegation sump. The storks conceded by the 3: 4 (1: 1) – shelter against the SC Paderborn already the third defeat successively and must focus on the hazard zone.

The Ostwestfalen, on the other hand, ended their thunders of thumb through their seventh outward success from previously four games without victory and strengthened their place in the upper table half.

Ron Schallenberg (19th) had taken the guests in front of 9174 spectators after the first more serious push in the Kiel Half. Jann-Fiete Arp (23.) However, with his also second goal of the season only shortly thereafter. After the break, Maximilian Thalhammer (54th) as well as Florent Muslija (74th) and Jamilu Collins (76.) for the decision. After the Kiel hits by Alexander Mühling (81., trademeter) and Benedikt Pichler (88th) it was hectic in the final minutes.

Kiel endeavored away from the kick-off to control, but initially had some difficulties with the early attacking Ostwestfalen. After the initial phase, the seats had ultimately reached the encounter and recorded by a post hit by Steven Skrzybski (12th) also the first major chance, but literally came from nothing due to mapping problems in the defensive unexpectedly.

Through ARPS rapid compensation, the northern Germans remained the game-determining team until the break, but could earn little more dangerous possibilities as the ex-Bundesliga club.

In the second section, the hosts answered their renewed residue with a pruning game. However, Kiel’s trainer Marcel Rapp did not succeed in contrast to Paderborn’s first leadership. Accordingly, Kiel becomes more and more active with the running season. Paderborn got a multiple opportunity to counter attacks.

Pressekonferenz nach dem Spiel bei Holstein Kiel

Through the double strike at the beginning of the final phase, the team of SCP-Coach Lukas Kwasniok initially sat down, but Kiel had not yet beaten.

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