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Rostock: Hansa fan attacks FCK professionals, club issues statement

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Rostock: Hansa fan attacks FCK professionals, club issues statement

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Fan attacks FCK professionals, Hansa Rostock makes a statement

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Friedhelm Funkel achieves a breakthrough in the relegation battle with 1. FC Kaiserslautern. His team followed up the 4-0 defeat against Karlsruhe with a 3-0 win in Rostock. The victory is overshadowed by a fan attack against cheering FCK professionals.

It was the 76th minute in Rostock. Hansa Rostock were already 0-2 behind on Saturday when Ragnar Ache, who had already scored two goals for 1. FC Kaiserslautern, added a third goal. As great as the joy was for the FCK players, the frustration was equally great for Hansa – and especially a supporter of the North Germans.

Because when the Lauter players were cheering in front of the curve of their fans who had traveled with them, a Hansa fan came onto the pitch and wanted to attack the players from the visiting team. The players pushed the fan away before stewards came and took him away.

It was the negative highlight in a game in which the Kaiserslautern team, coached by Friedhelm Funkel, showed a reaction to last week’s 4-0 defeat against KSC and gained some breathing room again in the relegation battle. FCK, for whom Ache scored in the 6th and 66th minutes, is in 15th place with 25 points, Hansa in 17th place with 22 points – a relegation zone. On top of that, the Rostock team had to play outnumbered from the 37th minute onwards after Oliver Hüsing was shown a yellow-red card.

After the game, Hansa apologized for the incident. “FC Hansa Rostock formally apologizes to 1. FC Kaiserslautern and its players for this unacceptable attack and deeply regrets this incident,” the club said.

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In the pursuit duel between Hannover 96 and Fortuna Düsseldorf, the Rhinelanders gave up victory and remain behind their competitors in the 2nd Bundesliga. The Lower Saxony team deservedly made up a two-goal deficit on Saturday and saved a late 2-2 (0-2) in front of 38,500 spectators. The goals from the strong Fortuna loanee Christos Tzolis (11th minute/18th) were equalized by substitute offensive players Andreas Voglsammer (63rd) and Cedric Teuchert (86th).

Both teams could have put themselves in a good starting position behind the promotion ranks with a win. 96 prevented bankruptcy after nine home games without defeat.

Nuremberg overcomes derby frustration

1. FC Nürnberg reacted to the bitter defeat in the Frankenderby against Greuther Fürth with a much-needed sense of success in the 2nd Bundesliga. The “Club” won 2-1 (2-0) against Eintracht Braunschweig and, with its second win of the year and now 33 points, was able to move away from Lower Saxony, who acted much too laxly in the first half (24 points), and out of the relegation zone.

Sebastian Andersson scored the first goal in front of 27,834 spectators after a free kick from Erik Wekesser, as he did a week earlier in the 1:2 in Fürth (23rd minute). Can Uzun increased the score with a converted hand penalty after video evidence (45th+1). It was the 18-year-old’s twelfth goal of the season. After a Wekesser free kick, Braunschweig’s Anton Donkor deflected a powerful shot from Jannes Horn in the penalty area with his hand towards a corner.

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The guests improved significantly after the break, but were only rewarded with Rayan Philippe’s goal (57th). FCN goalkeeper Carl Klaus was then able to fend off a long-range shot from the attacker (69′).

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