Dynamo Dresden wins relegation duel
As of January 29, 2020 | Reading time: 2 minutes
The bottom of the table Dynamo Dresden celebrated a very important victory in the 1-0 (1-0) against Karlsruher SC. The goal of Marco Terrazzino (68.) gives the Saxons new hope after their first second division victory in almost three months.
Dynamo Dresden has successfully started the mission to stay in the class. The bottom of the 2nd soccer Bundesliga won the first game after the winter break against their direct competitor Karlsruher SC 1-0 (1-0) on Wednesday evening and, as a result of their first win since November, moved up to four points towards Baden continue to rank 15th in the table. Marco Terrazzino (38th) met 27,595 spectators in the Rudolf Harbig Stadium for the fourth win of the season for the Saxons.
Dresden’s priority was initially on a stable defensive anyway. Kauczinski acted more carefully than his predecessor Cristian Fiel, which is why the KSC never came to fruition. Only newcomer Jerome Gondorf presented for a long time in the form of two long-range shots something like a goal. Only in the last quarter of the game did both teams pull up again. Philipp Hofmann (72nd) only just missed the equalizer, just a minute later the Karlsruhe defender David Pisot saved after a shot by Schmidt for his already beaten goalkeeper on the line.
In the second second division game, VfL Osnabrück suffered a home defeat. The Lower Saxony lost on Wednesday evening against SV Sandhausen 1: 3 (0: 1). In front of 13,298 spectators in the stadium on Bremen Bridge, Leart Paqarada (45th minute, penalty) and Kevin Behrens (60th, 83rd) scored the goals for the guests. Bashkim Ajdini (47th) only managed to compensate for the surprise team of the second division first half, who had to act outnumbered for more than a half.
VfL goalkeeper Philipp Kuehn saw yellow-red in the 45th minute because he had moved too early in the penalty kick against Paqarada. A controversial decision, the repetition of the penalty, Paqarada used for the guest tour.