Arminia Bielefeld loses against Karlsruhe



Bundesliga relegated Arminia Bielefeld remains bottom of the table after the 11th matchday of the second Bundesliga. The East Westphalia suffered a deserved 1:2 (0:1) home defeat against Karlsruher SC on Friday and are the only team with just eight points.

After a decent start, under the new coach Daniel Scherning, three of the last four games have now been lost. In addition, defender Frederik Jäkel had to be replaced before the break after a collision with teammate Oliver Hüsing with suspected concussion.

The KSC, on the other hand, can now orient itself upwards with 17 points. Fabian Schleusener secured the deserved half-time lead for Baden (43′). After the break, Arminia got a little stronger and were quickly rewarded with an equalizer from Janni Serra (53′).

But almost in return, Marvin Wanitzek gave Karlsruhe the lead again with a deflected shot from the edge of the penalty area – it was the winning goal. The Bielefeld spectators said goodbye to their team with a loud whistling concert.

Fürth crisis worsens

Greuther Fürth’s sports director Rachid Azzouzi took his team to court after the missed liberation. “That was bad. Too scared. Not enough courage,” the Moroccan attested to the Franconians after the 2: 2 (1: 1) on Friday evening at SSV Jahn Regensburg. “Fear paralyzes. We lose the ball far too quickly,” Azzouzi continued to criticize after Fürth conceded at least one goal on the eleventh matchday.



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