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HSV – 0:3 in the relegation in Stuttgart! Boss Boldt: Only a miracle will help now…



The relegation had only just begun – by then it was actually over for HSV…

The lightning 0:1 by VfB Stuttgart in the first minute, the team of coach Tim Walter never gets shaken out of their clothes. And is then run over by VfB. In the end it’s 0:3. Totally deserved, it could have taken a bigger beating.

Relegation madness! In this video, Stuttgart is steep

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0:3 – only Cottbus have conceded such a swatter in the first leg since the reintroduction of relegation in 2009 (0:3 against Nuremberg).

In the second leg Monday (8.45 p.m.) in the Volksparkstadion, HSV needs several miracles at the same time for promotion. It is more realistic to plan the sixth year of the 2nd division.

Sports director Jonas Boldt at Sky: “With the first action you are right behind, that didn’t help. I only give up when it’s over. But a result like that doesn’t make it any easier.”

Captain Sebastian Schonlau: “The coach gives us the conviction that we can turn it all around. And when he says so, we believe it. Unreservedly.”

Coach Walter hopes for the sold-out second leg: “Nothing knocks us down, we can do anything. If we get on well with our viewers, then…”

But the simple and bitter truth is: HSV, third in the second division, simply lacks the quality to keep up with the 16th in the Bundesliga. The differences in football skills are as big as the budget differences (60 to 22 million). The HSV squad cannot compensate for this with their will and commitment.

The Hamburgers again after suspensions with Ludovit Reis and Bakery Jatta for Laszlo Benes and Ransford Königsdörffer. But they too are only spectators on the field against brutally superior Stuttgart, who also win 63 percent of the duels.


After just 45 seconds, Mavropanos sunk the 1-0 in the box after a corner. It’s the second-fastest goal in relegation history. Only ex-HSVer Maxi Beister, who scored for Dusseldorf in 2012 against Hertha after 25 seconds, was faster.

Without the only first-league mature HSVer, Heuer Fernandes, the hut would have been full by half-time. He parries with great strength several times, including saving Guirassy’s penalty (27′).

Immediately after the break, VfB closed the bag in front of 48,500 spectators – including 5,000 from Hamburg and former national coach Jogi Löw – through ex-HSVer Vagnoman (51st) and Guirassy (54th). And by shifting down several gears, you don’t have to completely disassemble the HSV.

Especially since he makes life even more difficult for himself. Just nine minutes after coming on as a substitute, Anssi Suhonen flies red for a nasty kick against Vagnoman (69′). By the way, he was substituted for the yellow-red endangered rice…

Boldt looking at the second leg: “It would have to be a miracle.” Or even two or three…

Source: Asia Times


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