St Pauli beat Hamburg at home for the first time in 59 years

Our partners use technology, such as cookies, and collect data to personalise the information and advertising and to give you the ideal experience. Please let us know whether you agree. The Hamburg derby is among the fiercest rivalries in soccer that is German and Monday’s game didn’t disappoint as fans put on a display. St Pauli earned their first home success for 59 years at the fixture since they beat Hamburg 2-0 in the Bundesliga 2 at Millerntor-Stadion. The triumph refused Hamburg the chance to go back to the league’s peak. “That is sensational, the folks are celebrating,” said St Pauli boss Jos Luhukay after the 102nd derby. “The staff and the players deserve , we won three things in a derby, that goes down in history” Prior to a 62nd-minute own target by Rick van Drongelen pitched their lead dimitrios Diamantakos felt for the hosts in the 18th minute. Under a police escort, 3,000 Hamburg fans marched to the stadium before the match. Although there were also protests against the game, The two sets of fans put off pyrotechnics causing the beginning of the second half to be delayed. The history podcast! Get latest scores and headlines sent directly to your phone, sign-up to our newsletter and also learn where to find us on internet. The rumours and stories from the world of soccer. Evaluation and comment from our football writer. The way to get into football – the most popular sport in the world, with clubs and facilities. Read more:
  • このエントリーをはてなブックマークに追加