Hansa Rostock defeats Regensburg in a furious game

Hansa Rostock prevailed after a penalty shootout at Jahn Regensburg.  Photo: Matthias Balk / dpa (Image: dpa) Photo: Matthias Balk / dpa

Hansa Rostock prevailed after a penalty shootout at Jahn Regensburg. Photo: Matthias Balk / dpa (Image: dpa)
(Photo: Matthias Balk/dpa)

Regensburg – In a crazy cup duel, Hansa Rostock took SSV Jahn Regensburg by surprise and made it into the round of 16 of the DFB Cup for the first time since 2009.

Coach Jens Härtel’s team, who returned at the last minute, defeated the Upper Palatinate team 4-2 on penalties in thick fog on Wednesday evening. After a thrilling 120 minutes it was 3: 3 (2: 3, 2: 2, 1: 0). Rostock even gambled away a 2-0 lead in the meantime. Andreas Albers’ penalty landed on the post with serious consequences, Hansa keeper Markus Kolke saved against Leon Guwara.

Sarpreet Singh (71st minute) with an acrobatic connection goal in front of 7,360 spectators and shortly before the final whistle of the regular season Joel Zwarts (90th + 1) saved the Regensburg team, who even stormed into the cup quarter-finals last season, into detention. Steve Breitkreuz (101st) even headed Jahn, who was fresher in the final phase, in the meantime.

Hansa’s Julian Riedel (9th) punished the top team in the second division early on. Streli Mamba (56th) increased the pitch against Jahn goalkeeper Alex Meyer after changing sides, before the hosts started one attack after the next in poor visibility. Pascal Breier (120th + 1) led Hansa into the penalty shoot-out.

The Rostockers couldn’t tell that they only lost 4-0 to St. Pauli at the weekend. You performed confidently in the Upper Palatinate. Mamba extended a corner to the second post, Riedel reacted with lightning speed and duped the Jahn cover.

The Regensburg team then had a significantly higher proportion of the game, but Rostock was well organized defensively for a long time. Coach Härtel’s team remained dangerous at certain points. Mamba, the storm loan from Kairat Almaty from Kazakhstan, even completed a quick combination to make it 2-0.

However, the Jahn did not give up. Singh artistically shortened with his left heel. Jan-Niklas Beste (82nd) ​​only hit the right post with a long-range shot, Zwarts hammered the rebound into the goal after a bar header from Albers to make it 2-2. After Breitkreuz and Breier scored in extra time, the decision was only made in the penalty crime thriller.

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