Second success for Arminia

    After a lightning goal and a 3-0 lead, Arminia Bielefeld trembled to their second win of the season in the 2nd Bundesliga. On matchday 9, DSC happily defeated Holstein Kiel 4:2 (2:0) and made the connection to midfield. Kiel, who, after catching up too late in the last game against HSV, were again preparing to equalize the high deficit, are losing the connection at the top and were also without a win in their seventh competitive game in East Westphalia. In contrast, Hansa Rostock and Darmstadt 98 scored three points.

    Home wins for Bielefeld, Darmstadt and Rostock: All results in the 2nd Bundesliga

    Robin Hack (photo) put the Bielefeld team ahead after 18 seconds and gave them a perfect start. Former Kieler Janni Serra (36th) and Masaya Okugawa (48th) extended the lead to 3-0. Which was flattering, however, because Kiel was at least equal. After the Kiel goals from Alexander Mühling (59th) and Fin Bartels (68th), the game was open again.

    The guests pushed for the deserved equalizer. Bielefeld only concentrated on securing the result, but Bryan Lasme countered decisively (85th) after a controversial scene on the other side. KSV demanded a penalty after a suspected foul on Bartels. Referee Arne Aarnink didn’t look at the situation again and gave Arminen’s counterattack.

    Rostock ends the series of defeats – throwing a cup when the club goes bankrupt in Darmstadt

    Hansa Rostock has ended its series of bankruptcies in the 2nd Bundesliga. After three previous defeats, the Mecklenburg team celebrated their third home win on Saturday with a 3-1 (2-0) win over 1. FC Magdeburg and consolidated their position in mid-table. Kai Pröger (30th/41st) and Lukas Fröde (64th) scored the goals for coach Jens Härtel’s team in front of 26,500 spectators in the Ostseestadion. Baris Atik (90+4) scored for the guests.

    After the last three draws in a row, SV Darmstadt 98 celebrated a win again in the 2nd Bundesliga – but the game against 1. FC Nürnberg will probably have an aftermath. In the sovereign 2:0 (2:0) of the “Lilien” on Saturday, veteran Tobias Kempe was hit in the head by a cup from the Nuremberg fan block during a corner kick in the 65th minute. After a short break, the game resumed. Goal scorer Kempe hardly noticed the head hit and continued largely unmoved.

    For the team coached by Torsten Lieberknecht, Kempe (8′) scored with a well-placed shot from seven meters and Phillip Tietz with a header (27′). Darmstadt has now been unbeaten in eight league games and is still in the top group. In front of 14,500 spectators in the sold-out stadium at Böllenfalltor, Nuremberg acted largely harmless on the offensive.

    Duo at the top: Most valuable players in the 2nd Bundesliga

    15 Robin Hack | Arminia Bielefeld | Market value: €2 million

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    Status: After the end of the summer transfer phase 2022

    15 Oscar Wilhelmsson | Darmstadt 98 | Market value: €2 million

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    15 Sebastian Thill | Hansa Rostock | Market value: €2 million

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    15 Guilherme Ramos | Arminia Bielefeld | Market value: €2 million

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    15 Mats Moeller Daehli | 1. FC Nuremberg | Market value: €2 million

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    15 Sebastian Schonlau | Hamburger SV | Market value: €2 million

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    15 Moritz Heyer | Hamburger SV | Market value: €2 million

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    15 William Mikelbrencis | Hamburger SV | Market value: €2 million

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    15 Tim Kleindienst | 1 FC Heidenheim | Market value: €2 million

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    15 Branimir Hrgota | Greuther Furth | Market value: €2 million

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    15 Philip Tietz | Darmstadt 98 | Market value: €2 million

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    15 Jackson Irvine | FC St Pauli | Market value: €2 million

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    15 Lino Tempelmann | 1. FC Nuremberg | Market value: €2 million

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    15 Andrés Andrade | Arminia Bielefeld | Market value: €2 million

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    15 Marco Meyerhöfer | Greuther Furth | Market value: €2 million

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    15 Patrick Pfeiffer | Darmstadt 98 | Market value: €2 million

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    14 Jean-Luc Dompé | Hamburger SV | Market value: €2.2 million

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    13 David Nemeth | FC St Pauli | Market value: €2.3 million

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    12 Sonny Kittel | Hamburger SV | Market value: €2.4 million

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    9 Michael Karbownik | Fortune Dusseldorf | Market value: €2.5 million

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    9 Mark John | Greuther Furth | Market value: €2.5 million

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    9 Robert Glatzel | Hamburger SV | Market value: €2.5 million

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    8 Tim Breithaupt | Karlsruhe SC | Market value: €2.8 million

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    3 Laszlo Benes | Hamburger SV | Market value: €3 million

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    3 George Bello | Arminia Bielefeld | Market value: €3 million

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    3 Maximilian Beier | Hanover 96 | Market value: €3 million

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    3 Eric Shuranov | 1. FC Nuremberg | Market value: €3 million

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    3 Ludovit Rice | Hamburger SV | Market value: €3 million

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    1 Masaya Okugawa | Arminia Bielefeld | Market value: €5 million

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    1 Mario Vuskovic | Hamburger SV | Market value: €5 million

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