The decision fell in the 42. Minute After a Foul by Manuel Riemann in Ryo Miyachi FC got St. Pauli in the tracker duel of the 2. Football League awarded the VfL Bochum to a penalty. Sami Allagui came on. His shot into the bottom right corner was saved by Riemann, but Henk Veerman dusting to 2:1 for St. Pauli. In the final phase of the provided Mats Möller Daehli moved to a lock for the 3:1-final score (87. Minute).

The Problem with Veermans hit: The low countries was to start early and stand at the time of execution of the penalty of more than two meters in the Bochum penalty area. The only reason he reached the rebound before everyone else. However, referee Benedict Kempes and his assistants missed the Infraction. Since it is in the 2. Bundesliga is no video wizard, has not been corrected, the wrong decision.

Bochum coach Robin Dutt took it sportingly. “Players running in too early, unfortunately, happens always, and probably our last penalty,” said Dutt. “It is crucial that you may not allow in a top game so many chances.”

Bochum awards good opportunities

in fact, the VfL had the opportunity to prevent the defeat of its own power. But Lukas Hinterseer and Tom Weilandt awarded just before the break, a double-chance: After a corner from the right, it tried Hinterseer on the second post spectacular via a Bicycle kick. The Ball was deflected and landed at Weilandt, drew the ball back to goal with a header just over the crossbar (44. Minute).

Nice, but not successfully: Lukas Hinterseer at.

Before the contentious Penalty call, Hinterseer had made it better, and a volley shot after a cross from Görkem Saglam 1:1 (35.). Earlier, St. Pauli had gone through a beautiful head ball from Allagui (15.).

In the second half, both Teams earned a good chance With the first attack after the restart, Jeremy Dudziak could take care of the 3:1 for St. Pauli, but Riemann held strong (46.). Ten minutes before the end, Veerman would have been almost a regular goal, put a chip on Riemann but just wide of the goal (81.). On the other hand, Sidney Sam (74 contracts. and 84.) as well as the substitute Silvère Ganvoula (78. and 80.) the best opportunities for the installation in Bochum.

Through the away win of St. Pauli drew level on points with the table third Union Berlin. With 28 counters, both Teams have five points behind the 1. FC Cologne and six to Hamburger SV. Bochum is four points behind the play-off position at number seven. In the next week, the next tracker duels are for both teams on the program: The VfL has performed with Union Berlin, St. Pauli is located in Fürth the table Greuther.

the VfL Bochum – FC St. Pauli 1:3 (1:2)
0:1 Allagui (15.)
1:1 Hinterseer (35.)
1:2 Veerman (42.)
1:3 Möller Daehli (87.)
Bochum: Riemann – Celozzi, Gyamerah, Hoogland, Danilo – Losilla, Tesche – Weilandt, Saglam (66. Ganvoula), Sam – Hinterseer
St. Pauli sky man – Zander, Ziereis, Avevor, Kalla – Flum (74. Zehir), Dudziak – Miyachi (76. Möller Daehli), Sobota – Allagui (83. Nehrig) – Veerman
audience: 23.000
referee: Benedict Kempes
Yellow cards: Riemann, Weilandt / Zander, Ziereis, Veerman
special events: Riemann keeps foul penalty from Allagui (42.)


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