Hamburger SV breaks the ban in their own stadium and moves up the table. In Paderborn, SC and Hannover delivered a spectacle.
Promotion favorite Hamburger SV celebrated their first home win of the season in the 2nd Bundesliga. The North Germans defeated 1. FC Heidenheim 1-0 (1-0) in the Volksparkstadion on Saturday and initially moved up to fourth place.
After two wins in the opening game, it was the first defeat and the first goal conceded in the game for the Ostwuerttembergers. Ex-Heidenheim striker Robert Glatzel scored his third goal of the season (42nd minute) for the hosts in front of 43,094 spectators.
The other games at a glance:
Hannover 96 is still without a win under new coach Stefan Leitl. On the 3rd day of the game, the Lower Saxony lost 2:4 (1:1) to SC Paderborn in a game with open sights and only have one point in their account.
Havard Nielsen (12th), whom Leitl brought along from Bundesliga relegated Greuther Fürth, and Cedric Teuchert (36th) gave the guests the lead twice. Paderborn struck back in front of 11,528 spectators with an own goal by Luka Krajnc (28′) and a goal by Marvin Pieringer (52′), captain Ron Schallenberg (60′) finally turned the game around. Felix Platte (89th) scored the final score.