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Club record set: Efficient KSC shoots Magdeburg 7-0

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Club record set: Efficient KSC shoots Magdeburg 7-0

Budu Zivzivadze (right) excelled against Magdeburg with three goals. picture alliance / GES/Markus Gilliar

Karlsruher SC also had to cope with a serious personnel setback after the 0-1 defeat in Kiel. During the week, central defender Bormuth tore a cruciate ligament during training. Against 1. FC Magdeburg, Beifus took on the defensive role, and Nebel returned after a yellow card suspension for Burnic, who again had to watch after the fifth yellow. Offensively, coach Christian Eichner brought Zivzivadze in for the ailing Rapp and switched back to double leadership.

After the 0-1 defeat against the club, Magdeburg’s coach Christian Titz was able to rely on the recently suspended regular striker Schuler, who started for Nollenberger. In defense, Müller was briefly absent due to illness, which is why Hoti took over his role in the three-man chain.

Franke heads in early

And she was very busy in Karlsruhe right from the start. Zivzivadze failed early with a double chance (4th), but after a free kick from Wanitzek, Franke gave KSC the early lead with a header from close range (8th). Gondorf had a great chance to add more, but missed by centimeters with his powerful long-range shot (12th).

But KSC quickly made it 2-0 – with great support from FCM defender Heber, who dribbled against Matanovic in his own penalty area, couldn’t get past and then played into Zivzivadze’s feet. The Georgian netted safely from twelve meters (13th). After another Zivzivadze chance, Gondorf was hit by Bell Bell in the penalty area, but was not awarded a penalty (17th).

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Second mistake leads to 3-0

The next Magdeburg invitation should follow. This time it was Reimann who played a far too complicated pass to Elfadli. The central defender was unable to handle the ball at thigh height on the edge of his own penalty area, Zivzivadze intervened again and remained ice cold in front of the goal – 3-0 after just 25 minutes.

2nd Bundesliga, 26th matchday

And the FCM? As usual, he had more possession of the ball, but didn’t know what to do with it. The only exception was a chance from Ito, the Japanese missed ten meters in front of the goal (32nd). Otherwise, the Magdeburgers found no solutions – but the Karlsruhers did even more so. After a counterattack, Zivzivadze passed a Herold cross with a backheel trick to Nebel, who fired in from twelve meters to make it 4-0 (40th).

Four changes at the break

FCM coach Titz reacted with four changes during the break, but their effect was completely evaporated. Jensen only hit the crossbar with a fantastic volley, but Beifus headed in the rebound to make it 5-0 (50th). Only about a minute later, substitute Bockhorn played a short back pass to Lawrence, who was also fresh, who put the ball into Matanovic’s path. The Frankfurt loanee gratefully accepted the gift, approached Reimann alone and lobbed past the keeper (51′).

As the game continued, KSC took their foot off the gas a little, but the Magdeburgers were unable to take advantage of this. Joker Schleusener (69th) and Jensen (73rd) even got close to 7-0 before things became dangerous for the first time on the other side. Condé made sure from a distance that KSC goalkeeper Drewes had to distinguish himself for the first time (77th). Just two minutes after the strong save, Drewes made a very unfortunate figure and steered the ball into his own goal after a header from Hugonet hit the crossbar. However, because he was tackled by Lawrence, who was offside, the mistake had no consequences (79′).

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Wanitzek sets the record

On the other side, Reimann continued the Magdeburg festival of mistakes, but the goalkeeper was able to correct his bad pass into Ersungur’s foot because the youngster finished a little too hastily. But once the goalkeeper had to get the ball out of the net: because the unfortunate Lawrence blocked a cross from 17-year-old second division debutant Ben Farhat with his hand, Wanitzek was allowed to reach from the spot and made it 7 with a shot into the middle: 0 (90.+2).

For KSC it was the first win against FCM in the 2nd Bundesliga – and one for the history books. The Karlsruhe team set the club record for the biggest win in the single-track second division (tying the score with the 7-0 win over Eintracht Braunschweig in 2005/06), and for Magdeburg it was the biggest defeat to date in league two (previously 0-4 against Hannover ).

The FCM, who are only three points away from relegation place 16, now have two weeks to come to terms with the debacle before they continue at home against Hannover 96 on Easter Sunday (1:30 p.m.). The KSC is visiting FC Schalke 04 at the same time.

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