The SV Darmstadt 98 and Jahn Regensburg have shared the points after a crazy final phase. Above all, the lilies experienced a change of feelings.
What a drama at the SV Darmstadt 98 on Sunday afternoon: After a curious final phase, the lilies and the SSV Jahn Regesburg 2: 2 (0: 1) played. Serdar Dursun initially made a seemingly lost game in the final minutes (88th / 90th minute), Dario Dumic's (15 ') own-goal did not seem to matter anymore. But the guests from the Upper Palatinate did not give up and came late in injury time (90. + 4) by Andreas Albers to compensate.
Own goal of Dumic
Lilies coach Dimitrios Grammozis made three changes to the starting eleven. Mathias Honsak, Tobias Kempe and Serdar Dursun moved into the starting lineup for Marcel Heller, Marvin Mehlem and Erich Berko. Offensively, both teams were difficult to develop dangerous scenes. However, the guests took a surprising lead with the first compelling move: Marc Lais's cross was to find Albers, but Dumic intervened and put the ball over the line in the 15th minute.
The goal was a shock for the Darmstadt, who did not find their line. Only in the last minutes of the first round did the lilies get a bit more punchy. This changed completely with the start of the second round, which opened Tim Skarke (47.) with a strong finish that just barely passed the post. Jahn goalkeeper Alexander Meyer should then move into the center.
Dursun's crazy final phase
The keeper rescued against a header from Seung-ho Paik (51.), then he fended off the dangerous conclusions of Fabian Holland (59) and Tobias Kempe (63) from. The Regensburg themselves reported only once in the opponent's penalty area, but Jan-Marc Schneider beheaded from a distance over the housing of Darmstadter (61).
The lilies continued to work on the equalizer and had in the 74th minute the great opportunity to equalize. The so far strong goalkeeper Mayer cleared the coming out teammate Chima Okoroji and especially Dursun. Referee Alexander Sather voted for a penalty on video evidence. Dursun, however, thundered the leather over the crossbar.
Dramatic end in Darmstadt
But then there was still the spectacular turn – and just Dursun was the focus. In the 88th minute, the attacker was wide awake and pressed a rebound after a long-range shot by Victor Palsson over the line. But that was not all: Two minutes later, Mehlem sent him into the alley, Dursun kept his nerve and overcame Meyer again from nine meters.
Was the game decided now? No! The last word had Regensburg: After a flank keeper Marcel shoes decisive. The ball fell Albers at the feet and the attacker pressed the leather in injury time across the line. Grammozis stood between his chairs during his analysis: "I'm shitty, it was all set up for us to turn the game, so getting the late goal is very bitter." "The way we came in is me but very satisfied. " Darmstadt takes 13th place with 15 points and travels to Hannover 96 after the international break.
SV Darmstadt 98 – Jahn Regensburg 2: 2 (0: 1)
Darmstadt: Shoes – Herrmann (86th Berko), Dumic, HOhn, Holland – Palsson, Paik (79th Ozegovic), Honsak (66th Mehlem), Kempe, Skarke – Dursun
Regensburg: Meyer – Heister, Correia (90th Wekesser), Nachreiner, Okoroji (79th Nandzik) – Beshkov, Lais, Proud, Schneider (66th George) – Albers, Gruttner
Gates: 0: 1 Dumic (15./ET), 1: 1 Dursun (88.), 2: 1 Dursun (90.), 2: 2 Albers (90. + 4)
Yellow cards: – / Correia, Lais
Bes.Vork .: Dursun shoots FE (74.)
Referee: Sather (Grimma)
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