HAMBURG. St. Pauli and Sandhausen draw 1-1. J. Irvine scored the first goal (38′) for St. Pauli. D. Kinsombi settled the score (71′). St. Pauli was decisively better in terms of ball possession (69%)
The match was played at the Millerntor-Stadion stadium in Hamburg on Sunday and it started at 1:30 pm local time. The referee was Michael Bacher with the help of Nico Fuchs and Tobias Fritsch. The 4th official was Oliver Lossius. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was pleasant at 19.4 degrees Celsius or 66.92 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 69%.
St. Pauli had a superior ball possession 69% while Sandhausen was struggling with a 31% ball possession.
Attitude and shots
St. Pauli was putting more pressure with 54 dangerous attacks and 30 shots of which 6 were on target. However, that was not enough St. Pauli to win the match.
St. Pauli shot 30 times, 6 on target, 24 off target. On the other side, Sandhausen shot 8 times, 3 on target, 5 off target.
St. Pauli didn’t receive any yellow card. Regarding the opposition, Sandhausen received 2 yellow cards (M. Papela and T. Trybull).
After this match, St. Pauli will have 10 points like Nürnberg to remain in the 10th place. Talking about the opposition, Sandhausen will have 8 points like Jahn Regensburg to remain in the 13th place.
In the next match in the 2. Bundesliga, St. Pauli will host Karlsruher SC on the 28th of May with a 8-5 head to head stats in favor of St. Pauli (5 draws).
Sandhausen will host Hamburger SV on the 28th of May with a 4-2 head to head stats in favor of Hamburger SV (2 draws).
St. Pauli – Formation
St. Pauli adopted the 4-3-1-2 line-up (4-3-1-2).
The manager Timo Schultz decided to play with the following team: Nikola Vasilj, Manolis Saliakas , David Nemeth , Jakov Medić , Leart Paqarada , Jackson Irvine , Eric Smith , Marcel Hartel , Lukas Daschner , Etienne Amenyido and Johannes Eggestein .
The home team had on the bench: Carlo Boukhalfa, Connor Metcalfe, Luca Zander , Lars Ritzka, Afeez Aremu, Sascha Burchert, David Otto , Betim Fazliji and Igor Matanović .
St. Pauli made 5 changes: E. Amenyido for D. Otto (69′), J. Eggestein for I. Matanovic (69′), E. Smith for C. Metcalfe (79′), D. Nemeth for B. Fazliji (86′) and M. Saliakas for L. Zander (86′).
Best player: Jackson Irvine
The player that probably impressed the most for St. Pauli was Jackson Irvine.
His rating iswith 1 goal, 62 passes (79% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 10 duels out of 15. He performed 2 crosses.
Sandhausen – Formation
Also Sandhausen adopted the 4-3-1-2 line-up (4-3-1-2).
Alois Schwartz played with: Patrick Drewes, Bashkim Ajdini , Dario Đumić , Aleksandr Zhirov , Chima Okoroji , Matondo-Merveille Papela , Tom Trybull , Phillipp Ochs , David Kinsombi , Alexander Esswein and Janik Bachmann .
The following players were sitting on the bench: Cebio Soukou, Matej Pulkrab , Abu-Bekir Ömer El-Zein, Ahmed Kutucu, Arne Sicker, Nikolai Rehnen, Marcel Ritzmaier, Immanuel Höhn and Christian Kinsombi .
Sandhausen made 4 changes: P. Ochs for C. Soukou (61′), A. Esswein for M. Pulkrab (62′), T. Trybull for C. Kinsombi (62′) and D. Kinsombi for I. Hohn (90′).
Best player: Patrick Drewes
Following our analysis, the most impressive player for Sandhausen was the goalkeeper: Patrick Drewes. His rating is 7.64. He performed 6 saves.
Results of the day
These are the results of the day in the 2. Bundesliga.