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Football 2nd Bundesliga: Hannover vs. K’lautern – live ticker – 26th matchday – 2023/2024

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Football 2nd Bundesliga: Hannover vs. K’lautern – live ticker – 26th matchday – 2023/2024



Official injury time (minutes): 2



Yellow card for Julian Niehues (1. FC Kaiserslautern)

Niehues fouls in midfield both rigorously and tactically. Yellow is correct.



It’s almost half time, and there’s currently not much to suggest that there will be a goal here before then.



Yellow card for Andreas Voglsammer (Hannover 96)

Voglsammer tackles Redondo from behind, but only hits the former Union player a little. Lucky for him, otherwise this entry could have been red.



Lautern striker Ache hasn’t really got a chance yet. The striker is repeatedly sent into aerial duels, but is rarely brought into dangerous spaces.



Now the ball fidgets in the net, Tresoldi shoots in front of Krahl from a few meters. Before that, he was offside when the header was assisted.



With the exception of the Tresoldi opportunity, the encounter is still lacking in highlights. The FCK is secure defensively, but can’t really create any problems offensively. Hannover, on the other hand, has too few ideas going forward in the game.



Ache climbs up after a high cross from the right half of the field. His header lands in a high arc into Zieler’s arms.



The first corner now goes for the hosts. However, the stationary ball kicked from the left fizzles out.



96 has been winning more duels for a few minutes now. The favorite is visibly getting stronger.



The best option of the game! On the right offensive, Oudenne and Ernst fight for the ball, and Kunze finally crosses in from the half field. Tresoldi volleyed the hard-to-take ball over the box from nine meters from half-right.

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The Reds are now taking some control of the game, at least when it comes to possession of the ball. But there are clearly still no goal finishes on either side.



…but the Hanoverians have everything under control in the air so far, no danger.



There is a good free kick situation for FCK on the left not far from the corner of the penalty area…



On the other side, Kaloč appears in the box on the right. Dehm heads his cross into the center towards Ache well out of the danger zone.



There was more to it. Halstenberg finds Arrey-Mbi, who is starting on the wing, with a pass from the half-left attack lane. However, today’s left-back slows down the pace. In the end the ball lands at Krahl.



Now Krahl also gets something like work. The keeper easily intercepts a harmless Tresoldi header from a free kick from the half field.



The Palatinate again. Kaloč prevails near the right corner of the sixteen-yard box. Zieler safely parries his low shot at the near corner.



…the home team gets the second standard clarified.



The first opportunity belongs to the guests. Puchacz takes a corner on the left wing, which he also brings directly inside. From twelve meters in the middle, Ache finishes a little too freely with his knee. Zieler steers the ball over the crossbar with one hand…



Quiet start in Hanover. FCK generated a little more ball possession in the first few minutes. But he doesn’t know what to do with it yet.

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Here we go.



Game start


From a historical perspective, the meeting is special for both clubs. It is the 70th anniversary of the final of the German championship in 1954, in which the Lauterers went into it as defending champions and heavy favorites. It was expected that the team around club legend Fritz Walter would be able to win the title again. Instead, the North Germans secured the championship with a clear victory (5:1) – for the second and last time so far.


In any case, the form curve for the Palatinate team is pointing upwards. The home defeat against Karlsruher SV (0:4) was followed by extremely important victories against relegation rivals in the last two weeks (3:0 in Rostock, 3:2 against Osnabrück). The sparkle effect seems to be slowly bearing fruit – also in Hanover?


The Red Devils can only dream of such table regions at the moment. Before tonight’s game, they are in 15th position, one point ahead of 17th in the table. Eintracht Braunschweig. Your problem: Both the Lions (2-1 at SC Paderborn) and FC Hansa Rostock (16th place, 1-0 against SpVgg Greuther Fürth) have done their homework this weekend. In order not to lose the lead over the relegation zone, we need a threesome today.


In the table, the whole thing is enough for Lower Saxony to finish fifth. Four points separate them from Düsseldorf, who are currently in the coveted third place. The starting position in the fight for promotion remains promising. With a threesome today they can not only move closer to F95, but also overtake Hamburger SV, at least for one night.

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The Reds currently have to counteract a small negative trend. While the start of the new year went really well with four wins and one draw, there were only two points from the last three encounters (2:2 against Fortuna Düsseldorf, 1:1 at SV Wehen Wiesbaden, plus a 0:1 defeat at VfL Osnabrück). However, they came back from behind against both Fortuna and Hessen – so the morale in coach Stefan Leitl’s team is good.

Hello and welcome to the game Hannover 96 – 1. FC Kaiserslautern! The live ticker for the game on matchday 26 of the 2nd Bundesliga starts just in time before the game starts.

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