Hansa Rostock loses in second division return to Karlsruhe |  NDR.de - Game

Status: 07/24/2021 3:27 p.m.

FC Hansa Rostock has a bitter bankruptcy on its second division comeback after 3366 days. The McLenbergs lost to Carlsruhr SC 1: 3 (0: 2) in front of their home crowd on Saturday.

Presented by Hanno Bot

“We are satisfied with the way we played. Of course we do not have to take the lead because we paid for the difficulties today. We have to learn quickly from these. But we have to maintain this in any case.” Hansa coach Jens Hartell told NDR.

His team, driven by the 14,500 fans allowed in the Ostistadion, started on a swing and was the best team in the early stages. The reward for great effort does not last long – at least obviously. In the 16th minute, after John Verhoek had won after kicking his head into a corner, the Hansa professionals were in each other’s hands. Happiness followed by disappointment: Referee Christoph Gonz (Berlin) refused to recognize the victory after watching the video content because the Dutchman had sidelined the Strely Mamba.

Audio: Jens Hartell: “Keep the Way” (3 min)

Hansa got a double kick just before half time

After that, the move was initially shifted to midfield. Both teams were wearing duels to each other, and the penalty area shots were low until half past one. Then KSC hit two ice cold times within 120 seconds. First, Christoph Cobalt won following a corner badly defended by Hansa (42nd), shortly after the guests took advantage of Thomas Miner losing the ball to Lucas Quito, who staged Philip Hoffman. The rest was a form for a former Brunswick resident.

See also  Video "I'm ugly": C Natalie Ghost shocked by archive pictures aired on you

Verhoek wins, Behrens loses centimeter compensation

But the Rostockers did not allow themselves to be humbled by the bitter goals they had agreed to. With so much anger in their stomachs, they came out of the cabin and gained new confidence after Vermok (52nd) quick link goal, which he served after Damien Rosbok’s free kick. Five minutes later, coach Jens Hartlin’s team was an inch away from a shot from Hanno Behrens. 1 The first experienced midfielder, FC Nெrnberg was one of five summer additions to the Hansa starting line-up, and in his competitive debut for the Hanseatic League he immediately tried very hard to take on a lot of responsibilities.

The Rostock defense looks old with young wins

After Behrens ’best chance, it’s hard for McLenbergs to create more significant chances. They had to pay tribute to the effort to run more. In addition, Karlsruhe wisely defended. Hartell tried to give his team new impetus by bringing in Howell’s rising hero Kevin Schumacher, storm player Ridge Munchie and throwing expert Ryan Malone – all came in the 75th minute. But once the trio landed on the field, it was already 1: 3 because the hosts’ defense was not up to date with a long ball in Sebastian Jungle. Former Wolfsburg and Hanover captain Marcus Kolke were left without any protection in the Rostock box (79th).

Additional information

Hansa professionals Simon Rhine, John Lohmans Ruben and Streli Mamba (from left) are happy after a goal.  © IMAGO / Joachim Sielski

The promoted team signed with experienced newcomers to the second division, but will it be enough to live at home under the Bundesliga? Team testing. Further

New entry F.C.  Cologero Risso from Hansa Rostock © IMAGO / Fotostand

All arrivals and departures of the six North German second division football teams Werter Bremen, Holstein Kiel, HSV, FC St Bowley, Hanover 96, Hansa Rostock for the 2021/2022 season. Further

Hansa Rostock's goalkeeper Marcus Kolke celebrates promotion with his son in hand.  © IMAGO / Photo booth

Rostock’s rise is a reward for diligence and hard work. NDR correspondent John Ditzurkit says second division football can function permanently. Further

This topic in the program:

NDR2 Game | 24.07.2021 | 16:30

NDR logo


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here