1st win of the season with entry Fraisl

    With the first win of the season under new coach Daniel Scherning, Arminia Bielefeld has left the relegation zone in the 2nd Bundesliga and extended Eintracht Braunschweig’s negative streak. The East Westphalians won the basement duel with the Lower Saxony 4:1 (3:0) on Friday evening and initially improved to 15th place in the table. Braunschweig, who are still without a win, remain at the bottom with just one point.

    In front of 18,057 spectators in the SchücoArena, the Arminia team, who had made three changes and included new signing Martin Fraisl in goal, got off to a good start and celebrated Bryan Lasme’s 1-0 lead in the 30th minute. The Frenchman headed in after a corner kick from Bastian Oczipka. A double strike by Oliver Hüsing (36th) and Robin Hack (39th) put the hosts on the road to victory early on. Arminia’s new keeper was unable to parry a corner kick from Braunschweig’s Immanuel Pherai to make it 1:3 (58th). Masaya Okugawa (69th) scored to make it 4-1 for Bielefeld.

    2nd Bundesliga: All stadiums for 2022/23 by capacity

    17 1.FC Heidenheim | Voith Arena | Capacity: 15,000

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    17 SC Paderborn | Home Deluxe Arena | Capacity: 15,000

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    16 Holstein Kiel | Holstein Stadium | Capacity: 15,034

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    15th anniversary of Regensburg | Jahn Stadium | Capacity: 15,210

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    14 SV Sandhausen | BWT Stadium in Hardtwald | Capacity: 15,414

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    13 Greuther Furth | Sports Park Ronhof | Capacity: 16,626

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    12 Darmstadt 98 | Merck Stadium at Böllenfalltor | Capacity: 17,400

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    11 Karlsruhe SC | BB Bank Wildlife Park | Capacity: 20,740

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    10 Eintracht Braunschweig | Eintracht Stadium | Capacity: 23,325

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    9 Arminia Bielefeld | SchücoArena | Capacity: 26,515

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    8 1 FC Magdeburg | MDCC Arena | Capacity: 27,250

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    7 Hansa Rostock | Ostseestadion | Capacity: 29,000

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    6 FC St Pauli | Millerntor Stadium | Capacity: 29,546

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    5 Hanover 96 | Heinz von Heiden Arena | Capacity: 49,000

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    4 1 FC Kaiserslautern | Fritz Walter Stadium | Capacity: 49,850

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    3 1. FC Nuremberg | Max Morlock Stadium | Capacity: 50,000

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    2 Fortuna Dusseldorf | Merkur Game Arena | Capacity: 54,600

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    1 Hamburger SV | People’s Park Stadium | Capacity: 57,000

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    2nd league: Fortuna Düsseldorf starts late – and still wins clearly

    After three winless games in a row, Fortuna Düsseldorf has improved to third place in the table for at least one day. The Rhinelanders won 4-0 (0-0) against Jahn Regensburg and thus celebrated their third win of the season. The guests, on the other hand, after a good start to the season, were now in the fourth game in a row without a point three and are stuck in the bottom third of the table.

    The hosts, who changed four positions at once, with new signing Jorrit Hendrix in the starting XI for the first time, put Regensburg under increasing pressure and had the greatest chance of scoring through Felix Klaus, who was denied by goalkeeper Dejan Stojanovic (44th). It was only after an hour that Daniel Ginczek (59th) scored the 1-0 lead with a right-footed shot in front of 20,745 spectators in the Düsseldorf Arena. Dawid Kownacki with a penalty kick (65th), Klaus (78th) and Shinta Appelkamp (85th) scored for Fortuna’s deserved victory.

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