Karlsruher SC and St. Pauli draws a exciting match 4-4 on Saturday. HIGHLIGHTS

KARLSRUHE. Karlsruher SC and St. Pauli went through a rollercoaster before drawing 4-4.

Karlsruher SC and St. Pauli draws a exciting match 4-4 on Saturday. HIGHLIGHTS

KARLSRUHE. Karlsruher SC and St. Pauli went through a rollercoaster before drawing 4-4. St. Pauli was definitely better in terms of ball possession (61%)​

The match was played at the Wildparkstadion stadium in Karlsruhe on Saturday and it started at 1:00 pm local time. The referee was Florian Lechner who was helped by Steven Greif and Julius Martenstein. The 4th official was Patrick Kessel. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was cold at 7.8 degrees Celsius or 46.04 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 60%.​

Match Statistics​

  • ! 39 Ball Possession 61
Shots
  • 9 Total 18
  • 6 On Target 7
  • 3 Off Target 11
  • 2 Shots blocked 3
  • 92 Attack 119
  • 26 Dangerous attack 60
  • 97 Ball safe​ 90
  • 0 Penalties 0
  • 3 Corners 6
  • 3 Off Sides 4
Fouls
  • 7 Total 7
  • 1 Yellow Cards 1
  • 0 Double Yellow 0
  • 0 Red Card 0
Other
  • 5 Substitutions 4

Ball possession

St. Pauli had a superior ball possession 61% while Karlsruher SC was struggling with a 39% ball possession.

Attitude and shots

St. Pauli had a more offensive attitude with 60 dangerous attacks and 18 shots of which 7 were on target. However, that was not enough St. Pauli to win the encounter​.

Karlsruher SC shot 9 times, 6 on target, 3 off target. On the opposite side, St. Pauli shot 18 times, 7 on target, 11 off target.

Cards

Karlsruher SC received 1 yellow card (M. Franke). Regarding the opposition, St. Pauli received 1 yellow card (A. Dzwigala).

Match Timeline

F. Schleusener(goal)
13'
M. Wanitzek(goal)
16'
28'
J. Eggestein(goal)
F. Schleusener(goal)
31'
35'
J. Eggestein(goal)
43'
E. Smith(goal)M. Hartel
F. Ballas- sub ->T. Breithaupt
46'
M. Kaufmann(goal)M. Wanitzek
50'
58'
A. Dzwigala- Yellow
61'
L. Daschner(goal)J. Eggestein
M. Batmaz- sub ->M. Kaufmann
66'
71'
D. Otto- sub ->J. Eggestein
S. Jung- sub ->P. Heise
77'
P. Nebel- sub ->Choi Kyoung-Rok
78'
81'
C. Metcalfe- sub ->A. Afeez
81'
E. Amenyido- sub ->L. Daschner
85'
L. Zander- sub ->M. Saliakas
M. Franke- Yellow
88'
S. Rapp- sub ->F. Schleusener
90'

Standings

After this match, Karlsruher SC will have 18 points like Eintracht Braunschweig to climb in the 13th place. On the opposite side, St. Pauli will have 17 points like Magdeburg to soar in the 15th place.

Next matches

In the next match in the 2. Bundesliga, Karlsruher SC will play away with St. Pauli on the 28th of May with a 8-5 head to head statistic in favor of St. Pauli (6 draws).

St. Pauli will host Karlsruher SC on the 28th of May with a 8-5 head to head statistic in favor of St. Pauli (6 draws).

Karlsruher SC – Formation

Karlsruher SC
G
M. Gersbeck 35.Germany
5.8
D
M. Franke 28.Germany
6.8
88'
D
P. Heise 16.Germany
6.1
77'
D
M. Thiede 21.Germany
6.1
D
C. Kobald 22.Austria
6.3
M
J. Gondorf 8.Germany
6.5
M
M. Wanitzek 10.Germany
8.5
Goals16'
M
K. Choi 11.Korea Republic
6.8
78'
M
T. Breithaupt 38.Germany
6.3
46'
F
F. Schleusener 24.Germany
8.2
90' Goals13', 31'
F
M. Kaufmann 14.Denmark
8.3
66' Goals50'
Substitutes
G
K. Eisele 1.Germany
D
F. Ballas 4.Germany
6.8
46'
D
S. Jung 2.Germany
77'
D
L. Bolay 37.Germany
M
P. Nebel 26.Germany
78'
M
L. Cueto 17.Germany
F
S. Rapp 7.Switzerland
90'
F
K. Arase 36.Austria
F
M. Batmaz 9.Turkey
6.8
66'

Karlsruher SC started with a 4-3-1-2 line-up (4-3-1-2).

The manager Christian Eichner decided to play with the following team: Marius Gersbeck (5.8), Marco Thiede (6.1), Christoph Kobald (6.3), Marcel Franke (6.8), Philip Heise (6.1), Jérôme Gondorf (6.5), Tim Breithaupt (6.3), Marvin Wanitzek (8.5), Kyoung-Rok Choi (6.8), Mikkel Kaufmann (8.3) and Fabian Schleusener (8.2).

The home team had on the bench: Paul Nebel, Simone Rapp, Kelvin Arase, Florian Ballas (6.8), Kai Eisele, Sebastian Jung, Lucas Cueto, Luca Bolay and Malik Batmaz (6.8).

Substitutions

Karlsruher SC made 5 changes: T. Breithaupt for F. Ballas (46′), M. Kaufmann for M. Batmaz (66′), P. Heise for S. Jung (77′), Choi Kyoung-Rok for P. Nebel (78′) and F. Schleusener for S. Rapp (90′).

Best player: Marvin Wanitzek​

Following our analysis, the most impressive player for Karlsruher SC was Marvin Wanitzek.

His rating is (8.5) with 1 goal, 32 passes (62% accurate) and 2 key passes. He was won 5 duels out of 9. He performed 3 crosses.

St. Pauli – Formation

St. Pauli
G
N. Vasilj 22.Bosnia and Herzegovina
5.8
D
A. Dźwigała 25.Poland
5.9
58'
D
M. Beifus 15.Germany
6.2
D
E. Smith 8.Sweden
7.3
Goals43'
M
L. Paqarada 23.Kosovo
6.9
M
M. Saliakas 2.Greece
7.0
85'
M
J. Irvine 7.Australia
6.4
M
M. Hartel 10.Germany
6.5
M
A. Aremu 20.Nigeria
6.1
81'
F
L. Daschner 13.Germany
8.4
81' Goals61'
F
J. Eggestein 11.Germany
8.8
71' Goals28', 35'
Substitutes
G
S. Burchert 30.Germany
D
L. Zander 19.Germany
85'
D
L. Ritzka 21.Germany
M
F. Roggow 31.Germany
M
C. Metcalfe 24.Australia
81'
M
C. Boukhalfa 16.Germany
F
I. Matanovic 34.Germany
F
E. Amenyido 14.Germany
81'
F
D. Otto 27.Germany
6.2
71'

St. Pauli started with a 3-5-2 line-up (3-5-2).

Timo Schultz played with: Nikola Vasilj (5.8), Adam Dźwigała (5.9), Eric Smith (7.3), Marcel Beifus (6.2), Manolis Saliakas (7.0), Jackson Irvine (6.4), Afeez Aremu (6.1), Marcel Hartel (6.5), Leart Paqarada (6.9), Lukas Daschner (8.4) and Johannes Eggestein (8.8).

The following players were sitting on the bench: Igor Matanović, Franz Roggow, Etienne Amenyido, Luca Zander, Lars Ritzka, Sascha Burchert, Connor Metcalfe, David Otto (6.2) and Carlo Boukhalfa.

Substitutions

St. Pauli made 4 changes: J. Eggestein for D. Otto (71′), A. Afeez for C. Metcalfe (81′), L. Daschner for E. Amenyido (81′) and M. Saliakas for L. Zander (85′).

Best player: Johannes Eggestein​

The player that probably impressed the most for St. Pauli was Johannes Eggestein.

His rating is (8.8) with 2 goals, 24 passes (79% accurate) and 2 key passes. He was won 2 duels out of 7.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the 2. Bundesliga.​