Jahn Regensburg remains at the top in the 2nd Bundesliga:


The team of coach Lukas Kwasniok, who had just secured the class last season, also held their own against Bundesliga relegated Schalke 04 and celebrated their fourth win in their fourth game with a 4-1 (1-0).

This means that Regensburg is still at the top of the table with the ideal number of points, ahead of promoted Dynamo Dresden.

The Saxons prevailed in the promoted and east duel at Hansa Rostock with 3: 1 (1: 1) and also started the season well with ten points.

SC Paderborn won the duel between the previously undefeated teams and celebrated their first home win of the season with a 3-1 (1-1) win against FC St. Pauli. Bundesliga relegated Werder Bremen, however, did not get beyond a 0-0 win at Karlsruher SC.

Jahn determined the game from the start:


Regensburg left little doubt about the victory against Schalke, who announced the departure of Matija Nastasic to Florence before the game.

Jan-Niklas Beste (9th) gave the hosts an early lead, after the break Steve Breitkreuz (55th) increased to 2-0 in a Schalke urge phase.

Schalke, where new signing Ko Itakura made his debut in the second half, couldn't get through against a disciplined Regensburg defence.

Instead, the Jahn hit: David Otto headed an untenable 3-0 (73rd), Sarpreet Singh hit with a full shot under the crossbar (86th). Top scorer Simon Terodde only managed to connect to Schalke in the 80th minute.

Bremen dangerous, but hapless:


After two defeats in the cup and league, the ailing Bremer only took one point. The 0-0 in Karlsruhe should not be enough for the former Bundesliga club, who played in the majority after the yellow-red card against Wanitzek from the 57th minute.

Bremen were more dangerous but had to be content with a goalless draw against the bravely fighting Karlsruhe. In Paderborn, the spectators experienced an attractive game with a furious first half.

The early red card against Philipp Ziereis (6th) and the subsequent foul penalty awarded by Dennis Srbeny against goalkeeper Nikola Vasilj (8th) initially brought the hosts behind.

Because although Paderborn was superior in the field, St. Pauli went 1-0 through Guido Burgstaller, who refined a quick counterattack, with a 1-0 lead (28th).

Almost at the break, Dzwigala headed into his own net to equalize. After the break, Paderborn turned the game around with Kai Pröger (65th) and Sven Michel (90th + 3).

Hannover 96 celebrated their first win of the season in a 1-0 win against 1. FC Heidenheim on Friday.

Holstein Kiel also stopped his series of defeats and scored his first point of the season in a 2-2 draw against Fortuna Düsseldorf.


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