DFB Cup, 1st round: Gladbacher Spektakel, KSC with a last-minute exit, Hanover fails in a penalty shoot-out
Exciting cup evening! FC Saarbrücken throws Karlsruher SC out after a last-minute goal. Borussia Mönchengladbach easily progressed 7-0. Sandhausen throws Hannover 96 out on penalties. The conference in the ticker.
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DFB Cup: Conference
SV Sandhausen – Hannover 96 4:2 i.E. (3:3, 1:2)
0: 1 Schaub (27th), 0: 2 Halstenberg (43rd), 1: 2 Hennings (45th + 3/FE.), 2: 2 Maciejewski (77th), 2: 3 Teuchert (82nd), 3: 3 Knipping (86th)
TuS Bersenbrück – Bor. M’gladbach 0:7 (0:4)
0:1 Honorat (21.), 0:2 Ngoumou (27.), 0:3 Cvancara (32.), 0:4 Cvancara (34.), 0:5 Honorat (56.), 0:6 Hack ( 77.), 0:7 Ranos (89.)
1. FC Saarbrücken – Karlsruher SC 2: 1 (0: 0)
1:0 Civeja (47.), 1:1 Stindl (65.), 2:1 Brünker (90.)
El-Zein remains ice cold. Sandhausen beats Hannover on penalties. So there were two surprises in the evening. The SVS and Saarbrücken knock out 96 and the KSC. We’re going to continue with Braunschweig against Schalke.
keeps turning! Now Sandhausen has to score, then the thing is over.
Further advantage Sandhausen. Maciejewski with a bit of luck. Buying wine was still on.
Halstenberg scores for Hanover. 5:5, but Sandhausen with one shooter less.
Mühling very easy for the SVS.
Tresoldi in the angle for 96.
Diekmeier pushes in easily. Advantage Sandhausen!
Besuschkow hits the ball a few meters over the box. Bitter start for Hanover.
3:3 after extra time between Sandhausen and Hanover. We’re going to shoot out.
SVS-H96, 115. Minute
It only plays Sandhausen. Hannover wants to save themselves in a penalty shootout. Just five minutes.
Three games at the start of the cup: Gladbach, Hanover and Karlsruhe required
The first round of the DFB Cup will be opened by Borussia Mönchengladbach, among others, from 6 p.m. The foals play at the Bremer Bridge in Osnabrück against the upper division TuS Bersenbrück. In addition, SV Sandhausen welcomes Hannover 96. Karlsruher SC is a guest in Saarbrücken in the third game.
1. FC Saarbrücken is building on its successful history in the DFB Cup in the first round game against Karlsruher SC. “We’re dealing with a seasoned second division team that has an absolutely exceptional player in their ranks in Lars Stindl. But FCS in particular proved not long ago what is possible in the cup,” said coach Rüdiger Ziehl before the game in Ludwigspark.
In 2020, the Saarlanders were the first fourth division club in the history of the competition to reach the semi-finals after beating Jahn Regensburg, 1. FC Köln, KSC and Fortuna Düsseldorf. There they were eliminated by Bayer 04 Leverkusen.
Saarbrücken sold over 14,000 tickets in advance. Newcomer Simon Stehle will be part of the squad for the first time on Friday evening. In addition, Ziehl announced that Tim Schreiber will be guarding the goal. FCS will have to do without Sebastian Jacob (torn cruciate ligament) and Bjarne Thoelke (rehabilitation training).