0:3 becomes 6:3: Sandhausen writes third division history against Regensburg

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SV Sandhausen achieved a spectacular victory against Jahn Regensburg in the relegated duel and made third division history. After the league leaders were already leading 3-0 after 11 minutes and were on course to win away, SVS turned the game in their favor and won 6:3 (3:3).

Never before in the history of the 3rd league has a three-goal deficit been converted into a win, and only once have more goals been scored in a game. At 5:5 between Eintracht Braunschweig and Fortuna Dusseldorf In May 2009, the keepers had to reach behind themselves ten times.

Noah Ganaus (3rd minute), Christian Viet (8.) and Dominik Kother (11th) had brought the Jahn onto the winning road, Patrick Greil (13th), Yassin Ben Balla (15.) and Livan Burcu (38th) equalized before the break. In the second half, Greil (60th) opened the scoring again, Burcu (68th) and David Otto (82nd) ​​made Sandhausen’s first victory after three draws. The gap to third place is still five points, Regensburg remains first (in the table).

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