1. FC Köln – FC Schalke 04 6: 7 n.E.
After more than six and a half hours, the troubled runner-up Schalke 04 has ended his Torless series and prevented an early exit in the DFB Cup. (All results at a glance)
The Bundesliga-15. sat down in the second round after a long terrifyingly weak performance at second division club 1 FC Cologne happy with 6: 5 on penalties. After regular time and extra time, the match had been 1: 1 (1: 1, 0: 1).
Substitute Nabil Bentaleb (89th, hand penalty) scored the first goal of the Royal Blues after 395 playing minutes. Mark Uth secured the team of coach Domenico Tedesco in the seventh round of penalties the move to the second round.
RB Leipzig – TSG 1899 Hoffenheim 2: 0
Goalkeeper Timo Werner has impressively recommended to coach Julian Nagelsmann for the tasks in the common future and shot RB Leipzig in the second round of the DFB Cup.
In the 2-0 (0-0) against the future RB coach Nagelsmann supervised league rivals TSG Hoffenheim scored the substitute national player both goals (48./56.).
Thus, Werner also gave Leipzig coach Ralf Rangnick the victory in the intensely led duel with his dream coach, who takes up the post at RB for the 2019/20 season. Rangnick remains sports director.
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It was Nagelsmann's first appearance in Leipzig since the announcement of the change to Saxony. The fact that he did not inflict RB's first defeat in over a month was mainly due to the powerful Werner.
Arminia Bielefeld – MSV Duisburg 0: 3
Second division football team Arminia Bielefeld has seen no country in the second round of the DFB Cup against MSV Duisburg and skid ever deeper into the crisis.
The team of coach Jeff Saibene defeated the league rivals at home Alm with 0-3 (0-3) and thus conceded the fifth competitive game defeat in a row.
John Verhoek (12th), Fabian Schnellhardt (39th) and Cauly Oliveira-Souza (45th) met for the MSV, who is ranked third in the lower house after three places behind the East Westphalia.
Holstein Kiel – SC Freiburg 2: 1
Bad awakening in the far north: The SC Freiburg has retired after a weak performance at the second division Holstein Kiel from the DFB Cup.
For the Bundesliga team coach Christian Streich was after the deserved 1: 2 (1: 1) defeat already in the second main round final.
Nils Petersen provided a custom start for the guests in front of 9,361 spectators. Already after 43 seconds, the national striker scored freestanding head to 1: 0.
"The first half was not good," said Petersen, "but you can not blame the team for the second half, we are in control of the game as much as possible and we can score with a counterattack."
Holstein equalized in the 26th minute by Janni Serra, who used a precise cross of the strong Alexander Mühling. Captain David Kinsombi finally made for the Kiel winner after his fine combination (79th).
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Hansa Rostock – 1. FC Nuremberg 4: 6 n.E.
Long trembling, never plugged in and in the end nervously strong from the point: Bundesliga club 1. FC Nürnberg has moved into the knockout stages of the DFB Cup after a swirl of emotions. The fiercely battling third division club Hansa Rostock won the favorite on Wednesday in the second round with 2: 4 on penalties.
After 120 minutes it had been 2: 2 (1: 1, 0: 1) confessed. Rostock thus missed the round of the best 16 (5/6 February) for the eleventh time in succession. (The game to read in TICKER)
Tim Leibold made his decisive attempt to silence the Ostseestadion. In the game Pascal Breier (35.) met Slapstick-Tor and Jonas Hildebrandt (94.) with a direct free-kick for Rostock. Adam Zrelak (90th) and Federico Palacios (103rd) equalized twice for the Franks.
In extra time Hansa switched again to attack. Hildebrandt's free-kick into the left corner did not even make Mathenia jump and the stadium escalated. But substitute Federico Palacios brought the guests after a strong individual performance back into the game and allowed a tense final phase.
Weiche Flensburg 08 – Werder Bremen 1: 5
Second round? No problem! Bundesliga club Werder Bremen is in contrast to other top teams quite confidently moved into the second round of the DFB Cup.
The six-time cup winner left the brave fighting fourth division SC soft Flensburg no chance and won without trouble 5: 1 (3: 1).
"We had a clear goal and are very happy and relieved to have done it confidently," said Florian Kainz, who scored the 2-1 win in the interim, "We did not burn anything except the conceding goal Opponents taken very seriously. "
Claudio Pizarro (8th), Florian Kainz (37th), Davy Klaassen (44th / penalties) and substitute Martin Harnik (76th / 80th) scored for clearly superior but by no means brilliant Bremen. For Werder coach Florian Kohfeldt the never endangered progress was the perfect gift for the one-year service anniversary on the Green-White bank.
The results of the 2nd round at a glance:
Tuesday, October 30th
BSG Chemie Leipzig (OL Northeast South) – SC Paderborn 0: 3 (0: 2)
SSV Ulm (RL Southwest) – Fortuna Dusseldorf 1: 5 (1: 4)
Hannover 96 – VfL Wolfsburg 0: 2 (0: 1)
Darmstadt 98 – Hertha BSC 0: 2 (0: 0)
SV Wehen Wiesbaden – Hamburger SV 0: 3 (0: 1)
SV Rödinghausen (RL West) – Bayern Munich 1: 2 (0: 2)
1. FC Heidenheim – SV Sandhausen 3: 0 (2: 0)
FC Augsburg – FSV Mainz 05 3: 2 (2: 2, 1: 2) n.V.
Wednesday, October 31st
Hansa Rostock – 1. FC Nuremberg 2: 2 (2: 2, 1: 0) n.V., 2: 4 i.E.
SC Weiche Flensburg (RL North) – Werder Bremen 1: 5 (1: 3)
1. FC Cologne – Schalke 04 1: 1 (1: 1, 1: 0) n.V., 5: 6 i.E.
Borussia Dortmund – Union Berlin 3: 2 (2: 2, 1: 0) n.V.
Holstein keel – SC Freiburg 2: 1 (1: 1)
Arminia Bielefeld – MSV Duisburg 0: 3 (0: 3)
RB Leipzig – TSG Hoffenheim 2: 0 (0: 0)
Borussia Monchengladbach – Bayer Leverkusen 0: 5 (0: 2)