FCN against HSV

FCN against HSV:

FCN clearly loses against HSV: After the opening victory at Dynamo Dresden on Matchday 1 of the second division season, the euphoria returned to Franconia.

Three points were taken by the Nürnberger from the Rudolf Harbig Stadium. The FCN wanted to take this fresh wind into the game against Hamburger SV - but nothing came of it.

0: 4 it was after 90 minutes. The HSV showed a different face at floodlight at the Max Morlock Stadium on Monday night than last week against SV Darmstadt 98.

On Matchday 1, a penalty by Aaron Hunt in the 98th minute was needed to secure a point. HSV coach Dieter Hecking, who has a Nuremberg past, met before the game, probably the right nerve: For the Hamburg proved this evening the necessary mental clarity and the unconditional will to win, which had made the FCN still in Dresden.

HSV wins clearly: Bitter home defeat for Nuremberg:

Almost 45,000 spectators saw the top match of the second matchday: The first goal for the North German Red Roots fell already in the 12th Minute. Jeremy Dudziak was the scorer.

He skillfully completed the template of ex-Nuremberg Tim Leibold. Club goalkeeper Mathenia had no chance. As a result, the FCN showed a reaction: It developed a game with many duels.

Just as Nuremberg thought it was going to stabilize, HSV new signing Sonny Kittel provided the 0: 2 - by a direct free kick. The new number 10 of the Hamburger drew the ball over three HSV players who deftly wegduckten at Nuremberg's wall, in the mesh.

Compared to the first goal against Nuremberg goalkeeper Mathenia in this case, complicity: Lack of chance to parry the ball, you can not attest to him, as he speculated very much that Kittel would shoot the ball directly over the wall. In the end, he missed a good meter to get to the ball.

Damir Canada reacted early and changed before half-time: striker Mikael Ishak replaced midfielder Lukas Jäger already in the 37th minute. The Nürnberger switched to a 4-4-2 system. With 0: 2 it went to the tea break.

FCN: Nuremberg comes with steam from the cabin

The halftime speech of Canadi seemed to fruit because the FCN came with mighty steam from the catacombs.

New signing Iuri Medeiros missed the Hamburg goal with his Schlenzer (53 minutes) the tightest - one of many Nuremberg attempts that night, which was a tad too imprecise.

Also, Dovedan's attempt (63rd minute) landed deflected on the HSV canopy.

The decision then by a former Fürth: Khaled Narey, only seven minutes on the court, refined a counterattack to 0: 3. His long-shot hit bottom left.

As a result, the top match of the 2nd match day was decided. The 0: 4 for Hamburg with an own goal by Tim Handwerker finally fit into the picture of a used evening of the 1.FC Nürnberg.

Some 4000 away fans celebrated the first three points for HSV this season. The home fans only had to go home after a disappointing home game.

Defeat to HSV: Canadi says to 0: 4

Goalkeeper Christian Mathenia also commented after the game: "If you lose at home 0: 4, something may not have gone right, we had planned a lot, but we came in badly, the first two shots were right in.

After the break, we have then try to rip it up again and take the stadium, but it was not enough today, it was not a good day for us, "he is quoted on the FCN homepage.

Captain Hanno Behrens denounced especially the duelling behaviour of the FCN: "We have hardly come into the duels, so we have to increase."


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