Dynamo – Hansa 0-0 – No winner in the third division hit

No advance decision on promotion, no change in leadership in league three: after the 0-0 win in the east hit between Dresden and Rostock, both teams stay at the top.

The game of the games in League 3 – Dynamo (since the 14th matchday at the top) against Hansa (nine wins, one draw in the second half of the season), nothing more is possible.

Dynamo coach Markus Kauczinski brings Yannik Stark (after a shoulder injury) and Philipp Hosiner for Julius Kade and Pascal Sohm. At Hansa, Julian Riedel (adductors, for Sven Sonnenberg), Nico Neidhart (after Rotsperre, for Lukas Scherff) and Jan Löhmannsröben (for Björn Rother) are returning to the starting line-up.

Right from the start there is speed, but there is a lot of hectic, both teams press poisonously, forcing the opponent to make mistakes. Not a game for fans of sophisticated technology. Accordingly, it takes a long time until the first real excitement: After a Rhein free kick, Roßbach comes to the header, Dresden goalkeeper Broll catches the thing sure (22nd).

Hansa (Damian Roßbach, right) stays close to Dynamo (Christoph Daferner)Photo: Getty Images

Then the Saxons take command, first Meier plays a promising counterattack (four against three) sloppily (28th), then Hosiner heads a Daferner flank from an acute angle to the outside netting (29th). Kolke checks strongly from 17 meters (40th), Daferner puts the ball far over it from 7 meters (45th).

Goalless at the break – Hansa coach Jens Härtel doesn’t like it. With Nik Omladic (for Farrona Pulido) he brings a new offensive man, the Rostockers push forward after the break announcement. Bahn (48th) and Verhoek (49th) have great chances. Dresden defender Mai clarifies in dire straits against Verhoek (63rd).

And dynamo?

Stuck with his attack attempts in midfield. But the Dresdeners are very lucky in the end, Rostock is closer to victory: Löhmannsröben tries with his back to the goal cheekily with the heel, the ball spins inches past the left post (83rd).

In the end, both can live with the point – since competitor Ingolstadt lost in Magdeburg.


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