Hannover 96s Promotion Hopes Take a Huge Blow After Back-To-Back Losses

Hanover 96 increasingly forgets the promo to the Bundesliga.


After the home defeat at the start of the 2nd round against 1. FC Kaiserslautern (1: 3), the Lower Saxony also lost 0: 2 (0: 2) at FC St. Pauli on match day 19.
The gap to the transfer rank is already six points.
Lukas Dasher (17th) and Connor Metal (27th) scored for the Hamburgers, who had actually commemorated their first house win against Hanover given that 1994.
St. Pauli has lastly worked up the table of the table through the threesome.
To make matters worse from the viewpoint of the visitors, Phil Neumann saw the yellow-red card (61.) due to the fact that of repeated nasty play.
In front of 29,546 spectators in the sold-out stadium am Millerntor, things went high in the preliminary stage.
At the home launching of the new Pauli coach Fabian Hurdler, who won his premiere on the last match day at 1. FC Nuremberg (1-0), both teams awarded top-class chances.
Dasher cleaned after Hanover’s goalkeeper Ron-Robert Ziegler could not hold a long-range shot.
The objective of Metal 10 minutes later on was initially revoked due to a supposed offside position, however after studying the video images, the objective counted.

The decision was exceptionally scarce.
In the second round, the Hamburgers handled the lead.
After about an hour it became a lot more difficult for Hanover with 10 guys.