Arminia Bielefeld wins in Paderborn



Zbottom league Arminia Bielefeld celebrated the first away win of the season in the Ostwestfalen derby at SC Paderborn and made the connection to the competitors in the table basement. The Bundesliga relegated team won 2-0 (2-0) against their neighbors who were decimated early on. Paderborn remained without a win in the fourth league game in a row and continues to lose ground to the top teams.

The hosts were outnumbered from the 8th minute: Goalkeeper Jannik Huth saw the red card after a handball outside his penalty area, and Bielefeld’s Robin Hack put the subsequent free kick on the crossbar. Janni Serra (40th minute) and the former Paderborner Sebastian Vasiliadis (45th + 2) capitalized on the superiority of the guests. Of Paderborn there was hardly anything to see offensively.

After the break, things got hectic in front of 14,800 spectators, Paderborn’s assistant coach Frank Kaspari saw red and had to go to the stands. Serra (58th) missed the huge chance to make it 3-0. The home side drew hope when Bielefeld Lukas Klünter was sent off after being out of control with a second yellow card (70′). Arminia’s victory, however, was no longer in danger.

St. Pauli is treading water

Unbeaten at the Millerntor, but still deep in the table: FC St. Pauli missed a liberating blow in the 0-0 draw against Holstein Kiel. The team coached by Timo Schultz, who acted nervously for a long time, could fall into a relegation zone in the second part of the 16th matchday on Wednesday. Three wins, five draws – Hamburg’s decent home record is offset by only two away points. Kiel, on the other hand, is in sight of the top teams as bottom in the table and could have taken more with them. Lewis Holtby (35.) had a great chance to take the lead in the first half.



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