HAMBURG. Hamburger SV and Holstein Kiel didn’t manage to score any goal on Saturday..
The match was played at the Volksparkstadion stadium in Hamburg on Saturday and it started at 1:00 pm local time. In front of 57,000 spectators. The referee was Benjamin Brand assisted by Thomas Stein and Eric-dominic Weisbach. The 4th official was Lukas Benen. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was pleasant at 15.5 degrees Celsius or 59.85 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 65%.
- 52 Ball Possession 48
- 24 Total 5
- 10 On Target 1
- 4 Off Target 3
- 10 Shots blocked 1
- 112 Attack 85
- 87 Dangerous attack 40
- 136 Ball safe 123
- 0 Penalties 0
- 17 Corners 3
- 3 Off Sides 1
- 14 Total 13
- 3 Yellow Cards 4
- 0 Double Yellow 0
- 0 Red Card 0
- 3 Substitutions 4
No teams had a vastly superior advantage in terms of ball possession. Hamburger SV was in possession of the ball for 52% of the time vs. Holstein Kiel that controlled the ball for 48% of the time.
Attitude and shots
Hamburger SV was putting more pressure with 87 dangerous attacks and 24 shots of which 10 were on target. Nevertheless, that was not enough Hamburger SV to win the match.
Hamburger SV shot 24 times, 10 on target, 4 off target. On the other side, Holstein Kiel shot 5 times, 1 on target, 3 off target.
Hamburger SV received 3 yellow cards (Sebastian Schonlau, N. Katterbach and Moritz Heyer). On the opposite side, Holstein Kiel received 4 yellow cards (Finn Porath, Marco Komenda , H. Wahl and Fiete Arp).
After this match, Hamburger SV will have 49 points to remain in the 3rd place. On the other side, Holstein Kiel will have 34 points like Karlsruher SC to remain in the 9th place.
In the next match in the 2. Bundesliga, Hamburger SV will play away with Sandhausen on the 28th of May with a 5-2 head to head in favor of Hamburger SV (2 draws).
Holstein Kiel will host DSC Arminia Bielefeld on the 2nd of April with a 5-1 head to head record in favor of DSC Arminia Bielefeld (1 draw).
Hamburger SV – Formation
Hamburger SV started with a 4-2-3-1 line-up (4-2-3-1).
The manager Tim Walter decided to play with the following team: Daniel Heuer Fernandes, Moritz Heyer , Jonas David , Sebastian Schonlau , Miro Muheim , Ludovit Reis , Jonas Meffert , Bakery Jatta , Ransford Yeboah Königsdörffer , Jean-Luc Dompe and Robert Glatzel .
The home team had on the bench: László Bénes, Valon Zumberi, Sonny Kittel, William Mikelbrencis, András Németh , Elijah Akwasi Krahn, Noah Katterbach , Matheo Raab and Anssi Suhonen.
Hamburger SV made 3 changes: Miro Muheim for Noah Katterbach (15′), J. Dompé for László Bénes (46′) and Ransford-Yeboah Königsdörffer for András Németh (74′).
Best player: Sebastian Schonlau
As per our analysis, the most impressive player for Hamburger SV was Sebastian Schonlau.
His rating iswith 40 passes (90% accurate) and 1 key pass. He was won 5 duels out of 7. He performed 1 cross.
Holstein Kiel – Formation
Holstein Kiel started with a 4-3-1-2 line-up (4-3-1-2).
Marcel Rapp played with: Robin Himmelmann, Timo Becker , Hauke Wahl , Simon Lorenz , Marco Komenda , Philipp Sander , Marvin Schulz , Lewis Holtby , Finn Dominik Porath , Fabian Reese and Steven Skrzybski .
They had on the bench: Jonas Sterner, Timon Weiner, Jann-Fiete Arp, Mikkel Kirkeskov , Alexander Mühling , Julian Korb, Stefan Thesker, Kwasi Okyere Wriedt and Marvin Obuz.
Holstein Kiel made 4 changes: Marvin Schulz for Alexander Mühling (46′), Finn Porath for Jann-Fiete Arp (63′), Marco Komenda for Mikkel Kirkeskov (63′) and Fabian Reese for Kwasi Okyere Wriedt (89′).
Best player: Robin Himmelmann
The player that probably impressed the most for Holstein Kiel was the goalkeeper: Robin Himmelmann. His rating is 8.90. He performed 9 saves.
Results of the day
These are the results of the day in the 2. Bundesliga.
- Darmstadt 98 – Kaiserslautern – 2-0
- Hamburger SV – Holstein Kiel – 0-0
- SpVgg Greuther Fürth – Magdeburg – 3-0
- Jahn Regensburg – Paderborn – 1-0