The FC St. Pauli in the 2. Bundesliga 1:0 (0:0) obtained for the MSV Duisburg. The late winning goal Sami Allagui scored with his first touch of the ball a few seconds after coming off the bench (84. Minute). The Hamburger back to the end of the 10. Game tags up to third in the table, which would entitle them at the end of the season to participate in the Relegation.
more importantly, St. Pauli has 19 meters of a point more on the account than the city rival. The HSV was in the home game against Bochum on a 0:0, and slips to fifth place. For Allagui it was the second goal of the season and the second, and decisive, Joker hits in a row. In the home game against SV Sandhausen in the Tunisian was in the 87. A Minute into the game came and had scored in the stoppage time of the 2:1. St. Pauli won 3:1.
Against Duisburg forgave Marvin Knoll, after a neat one-two pass with Christopher man (9 Bay. Minute) and Ryo Miyaichi with a header after a corner (60.) good chances for St. Pauli. The only significant opportunity for the MSV defender Andreas Wiegel with a powerful shot from distance, the guest-Keeper-Robin himmelmann strongly parried (69 had on the outside.).
As everything after a goalless draw looked, came Allagui into the game (83.) and headed home immediately after his coming on a Knoll-corner from a short distance into the goal (84.). The city of Duisburg, after the defeat at the home debut of New coach Torsten Lieberknecht is on the penultimate place of the table. After six defeats from the first season they had to play last round against the 1. FC Köln celebrated a sensational first victory.
MSV Duisburg – FC St. Pauli 0:1 (0:0)
0:1 Allagui (84.)
Duisburg Mesenhöler – Wiegel, Bomheuer, Nauber, Wolze – Fröde (76. Albutat) – Oliveira Souza, Schnellhardt – Tashchy (76. Iljutcenko) – Engin, Verhoek (85. Sukuta-Pasu)
St. Pauli sky man – Dudziak, Ziereis, Avevor, Buballa – Flum, Knoll Miyaichi (63. Neudecker), Buchtmann (83. Allagui), Möller Daehli – Diamantakos (60. Veerman)
referee: Pascal Müller
Yellow cards: Fröde / Ziereis, Avevor