FC Ingolstadt staggers unchecked towards the 3rd league. In the cellar duel SV Sandhausen had a 0:4 (0:1) clap. The fourth defeat for coach Alexander Nouri in the fourth game. The sixth in a row for Ingolstadt. In the Sachsen-Derby there was no winner between Dynamo Dresden and Erzgebirge Aue at 1:1 (1:1).
SV Sandhausen – FC Ingolstadt 4:0 (1:0)
SV Sandhausen won the cellar duel against FC Ingolstadt and gave coach Uwe Koschinat a tailor-made debut. Sandhausen won 4-0 (1-0) against the weak last player in the table and improved to the relegation spot with eight points, at least temporarily. Andrew Wooten (7th, penalty), Denis Linsmayer (66th) and Fabian Schleusener (78th, 86th) scored for the hosts.
Ingolstadt retains the Red Lantern with five points after their sixth consecutive defeat. For coach Alexander Nouri it was the fourth bankruptcy in the fourth game.
Koschinat had replaced Kenan Kocak and had a direct success. For Sandhausen it was the first victory and the first goals in the fifth home game of the season. The penalty was preceded by a foul from Marvin Matip to Schleusener.
Ingolstadt developed few ideas in front of 5653 spectators, Sandhausen stood compactly. Philipp Förster missed the chance to score 2:0 (53.). Better was Linsmayer, who took advantage of a misunderstanding between goalkeeper Philipp Heerwagen and Benedikt Gimber. Schleusener then made everything clear with his double pack.
Moussa Koné Honours
- Serie B: 2011–12
Dynamo Dresden – Erzgebirge Aue 1:1 (1:1)
Dynamo Dresden missed their third home win in the explosive Sachsen-Derby against FC Erzgebirge Aue. The eleven of coach Maik Walpurgis could neither use the home advantage nor an almost 40-minute majority on Friday evening and had to be content with a 1:1 (1:1). In front of 30,769 spectators in the sold-out Rudolf Harbig Stadium, the guests took the lead through Philipp Riese in the 24th minute. In the direct countermove Moussa Koné (26.) balanced out with his fifth goal of the season for Dynamo. From the 53rd minute on, the Aue players were outnumbered, after Nicolai Rapp saw the yellow-red card because of repeated fouls.
Aue was the better team in halftime, had more ball possession and more chances. But Aue’s lead, initiated by ex-Dresdner Pascal Testroet, lasted less than two minutes. After the 1:1, the derby became more and more heated, the result were numerous fouls and nodding. Dynamo keeper Markus Schubert prevented with a great foot parade the renewed leadership of the Erzgebirger by Jan Hochscheidt (44.). Dresden outnumbered Dresden increased the pressure, but Rico Benatelli failed from close range against Aue’s keeper Martin Männel (69.). Aue fought his way to the deserved point with passion. More and more players are now fond in playing online casino site like Casinsi Casino.