Hannover 96 – FC St. Pauli 1:0
Ich habe mir heute wieder Tobi vom Vorwärts nach Weit Podcast eingeladen und zusätzlich, weil er der einzige von uns Dreien heute Abend war, der auch im Stadion war, Yannick.
No question, yes, definitely: there is hardly anything more unnecessary in professional football than international match breaks. A not inconsiderable part of this dislike is always contributed when FC St. Pauli is in good form and they are held back by such a break. So, in my search for the culprits for the defeat in Hannover, I pinpointed the international break. It took away FCSP’s good form, once again, I would like to think! But is that really the case? It’s time for some confused statistics again.
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.
Geschlechtsteil-Andy – man glaubt es kaum, hier ist echt immer was los. An der Kollaustraße war gestern trainingsfrei, ab heute geht es dann in die finale Vorbereitung auf das Spiel am Samstag in Hannover.