Kiel again: HSV loses to KSV Holstein | – Sports

Status: 04/10/2022 4:20 p.m.

HSV lost the second division northern duel to Holstein Kiel 0-1 (0-1). While the people of Kiel celebrated their almost certain retention in the class, the Hamburgers can almost cancel the return to the Bundesliga again.

by Florian Neuhauss

Six times German champion, three cup winners – and a fifth year in the second division? Although St. Pauli and Werder (1-1) weren’t the only ones to grab points in the promotion race, coach Tim Walter’s team couldn’t take advantage. In the eighth attempt, HSV went without a win against Kiel in the Second Division and are now seven points behind their city rivals in sixth place in the table. For Holsteiners, success almost equates to staying in the league. The lead on 16th place is nine points.

“We didn’t take a chance and were too slow. It’s part of the development process to reward yourself for the effort.”
Tim Walter, HSV coach

“Winning here in front of a full house with such great fan support was just goosebumps and an exceptional feeling,” said one of Kiel’s match winners, goalkeeper Thomas Dähne. Veteran Aleksandar Ignjovski added: “The team worked very well together. These are very important points because we don’t have an easy continuation of the program.”

Both teams have invested heavily – and face failure. While Hamburg’s Ludovit Reis received his fifth yellow card and will miss against Karlsruher SC, Kiel fin Bartels suffered a collarbone. “He’s doing well so far, but he’ll be out for a while,” coach Marcel Rapp said.

Problem for HSV: chaos causes the game to be interrupted

The northern derby will also have consequences at the green table. After the Kiel fans had already ignited pyrotechnics as part of a choreography, the guest supporters did too little after kick-off. Due to various firecrackers and bengalos, referee Daniel Schlager took the ball after 90 seconds and sent both teams into the locker room a little later.

HSV players, coach Tim Walter and board member Jonas Boldt tried to quell the chaos, but also expressed incomprehension. It was only after a whistle from the other fans in the stadium, a police presence in front of the guest stands and a forced break of more than ten minutes that the match could continue.

Wriedt from Kiel shocked HSV

The nasty interruption apparently fueled players’ anticipation. In the sixth minute, Robert Glatzel tested Kiel’s Dähne with a header for the first time. On the other hand, the Holsteiners claimed a penalty in vain a few seconds later. But the alleged foul struck soon after: After Hamburg’s Bakery Jatta frivolously bet the ball, Kwasi Okyere Wriedt suddenly ran alone from the halfway line towards goal. HSV captain Sebastian Schonlau manages to catch up but fails to prevent the remarkable 1-0 (10th).

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The guests pushed for a quick equalizer – the Kielers repeatedly restricted their own penalty area. Glatzel missed a header on target on a big chance (30′), Jatta also missed the target (32′) and Glatzel’s shot was blocked (33′). The “Storks”, who had only one chance, selflessly defended their small lead at the break.

“Life insurance” Glatzel shares 1:1

After the switch, however, the home side soon found themselves under pressure from HSV. And Glatzel should have equalized in the 54th minute at the latest, but goalkeeper Dähne made an early save. Most recently, the 17-goal man was Hamburg Life Insurance, but this time he pulled one ticket after another.

The big chance was a wake-up call for the home side, who repeatedly managed to calm things down with possession. Curious: When HSV were in possession of the ball, defender Schonlau, who otherwise does a lot in Hamburg’s playing structure, was scored by Kiel striker Wriedt. The guests lacked time, coach Walter brought new offensive forces to the start of the final phase. But he couldn’t revive the momentum of the first half. The oft-seen final HSV offensive also failed to materialize.

The victory of Schleswig-Holstein, which showed a tactically very mature performance, was no longer in danger – and the “curse of Kiel” should have ended Hamburg’s promotion dreams five games before the end of the season.

Matchday 29, April 10, 2022, 1:30 p.m.

Holstein Kiel


Hamburger S.V.



Holstein Kiel:
Dähne – Neumann, S. Lorenz, Thesker, Komenda – Holtby (66th Arp) – F. Bartels (27th Ignjovski), Mühling, Sterner, Reese (86th Skrzybski) – Wriedt (66th Pichler)

Hamburger SV:
Heuer Fernandes – Heyer (73rd M. Kaufmann), Vuskovic (90th + 1 Rohr), Schonlau, Vagnoman – Reis, Meffert (90th + 1 D. Kinsombi), Suhonen (64th Tschakqetadze) – Jatta (64th Alidou), bald cap, blouse

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15034 (sold out)

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