Robert Glatzel had the largest trump of the Hamburg SV on this 28th second division game day – and let himself be overpassed by Paderborn’s Keeper Jannik Huth. The final man finally parished in the 57th minute the penalty of the striker for possible 1: 1.
The rest is known: SCP attacker Dennis Srbeny laced only minutes later his double pack for the preliminary decision 2: 0, which the reds could no longer recover. But not only that! The HSV went through the 1: 2 in front of the local backdrop in the Volksparkstadion again empty in April. Since now three second league seasons, the North Germans did not win (!) Only league game in the month of April.
In total, this is already ten games in the 2nd league in a row. And because the HSV still has been waiting for five league games on a threesome (four defeats, one draw), the dream challenged for years comes from the Bundesliga return in and more distance. For only seven outstanding games – including a pick-up date against the penultimate Aue next Tuesday (18.30 clock, live! At Huth) – must already be slowly a real force in order to catch the current residue of nine points on the third. In other words: lose or even to play Remis is forbidden for the anced Bundesliga Dino.
“That’s very hurting”
And that the parties see the same as well as everyone’s ahead of Glatzel on Saturday at conversation with “Sky”: “Of course, it does not look good now, that hurts very much.” But it helps nothing, so the professional continues to get the head in the sand now: “We just have to do the best of it now.” Means: win, win, win.
That the Hamburg citytrival FC St. Pauli in the evening did not make much better and with 0: 1 at Hansa Rostock lost, was certainly a weak consolation for the arch rivals.
Trainer Tim Walter now wants to look at himself and his team, the rest does not care and anyway not influence: “We continue to work, because even such games and phases belong to a development, so bitter this defeat is too.” The 46-year-old did not divide: “We had 90 minutes to shoot the game (after the early residue already in the first minute; anm. D. RED.) turn. But we were in Many moments too easy, we missed the penetration force in the forefront and we did not manage to pull the crucial moments on our site. “