1. FC Nurnberg – Arminia Bielefeld 1: 5 (0: 3)
The upwards trend of Arminia Bielefeld continues: Against 1. FC Nuremberg, the Arminen set with their sixth win in a row a second division record. After losing points by Hamburger SV (1: 1 in Kiel) and VfB Stuttgart (0: 1 in Osnabruck), the DSC is now in first place in the 2nd Bundesliga.
The preliminary decision had already been made after a quarter of an hour. Bielefeld took advantage of the first opportunity of the game and met through Jonathan Clauss (10th minute) to 1: 0. Just three minutes later, Andreas Voglsammer scored his eighth goal of the season. Shortly thereafter, Fabian Klos was free in front of goal and scored the 3-0 (15th).
Although shortened as Asger SOrensen (59.), but Klos scored his tenth goal of the season just a few seconds later. Reinhold Yabo then provided for the entity (73.).
The Franks had dismissed coach Damir Canadi during the week, the debut of interim coach Marek Mintal now failed completely. Nuremberg is with 14 points just before the relegation zone.
FC Heidenheim – Hannover 96 4: 0 (1: 0)
Hannover could not win the first game after the dismissal of coach Mirko Slomka. With interim solution Asif Saric on the bench were subject to the Lower Saxony at 1 FC Heidenheim and have only one point ahead of the relegation rank.
The hosts surprised by 96 in the first few minutes: Heidenheim came for the first time on the right front, from where David Otto crossed the ball in the middle and Tim Kleindienst the ball completely free promoted into goal (3). From a double strike by Kleindienst (49th) and the penalty goal by Marc Schnatterer (53rd) Hannover did not recover. Sebastian Griesbeck scored the 4: 0-final score (70th).
Heidenheim is now in fourth place (20 points), behind VfB Stuttgart (23 points) and Hamburger SV (26 points).
SV Darmstadt 98 – Jahn Regensburg 2: 2 (0: 1)