decided in the middle of the 2nd half. Although there was still room for improvement, FCSP was too strong for a weak Rostock team. The decisive factor was not only that FCSP was once again superior in terms of play, but also that they produced impressive numbers in terms of tackles.
FC St. Pauli wins in impressive style at 1. FC Heidenheim. After a weak first half, in which Heidenheim were particularly impressive defensively, FC St. Pauli dismantled their opponents shortly after half-time thanks to an increase in performance. After this game and in this form, FC St. Pauli can be expected to do anything this season.
FC St. Pauli lost against Hannover 96 with 0:1. The biggest opponent was not necessarily Hannover 96, but their own lethargy. Thus, the many ball possession and the visually strong predominance brought relatively little, because hardly any scoring chances were created. Hannover 96, on the other hand, created quite a few chances despite having few ideas of their own. As a result, FC St. Pauli missed out on the leap to the top of the table and – not only because of this – put a severe damper on themselves.
“…this is our St.Pauli!” – In the rush of the senses, I simply claim that this line has rarely been truer than in yesterday’s match against Jahn Regensburg. FC St. Pauli dismantled the league leader into its individual parts, did not give it the slightest chance and put a big, big exclamation mark on it before the international break.