Second division relegation: Kothers aim provides Jahn hope towards Wehen Wiesbaden | EUROtoday

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After an exciting relegation first leg, the battle for the final second division place between SSV Jahn Regensburg and SV Wehen Wiesbaden all the things remains to be open.

The 2:2 (1:0) in Regensburg’s Jahnstadion means a small benefit for Wiesbaden, as a result of the second division sixteenth has a second leg towards the third division soccer staff subsequent Tuesday (8.30 p.m./SAT.1 and Sky) have the house benefit on their aspect.

Noah Ganaus (twenty seventh) gave Jahn the lead within the dominant first half in entrance of 13,378 spectators. The friends struck again after the break by way of Robin Heußer (66th) and John Iredale, who had simply been substituted. Jahn then managed a comeback by way of the excellent attacker Dominik Kother (eightieth), who had already ready the 1-0. In the house recreation, the Regensburg Suspended interim coach Nils Döring will as soon as once more be actively teaching the Wehen Wiesbaden staff on the sidelines. This may have a optimistic impact.

Wiesbaden turns the sport round – however nonetheless doesn't win

Jahn has already managed to make it to the second division twice, having completed third within the third division, by way of the relegation play-offs. In 2012, the Upper Palatinate staff beat Karlsruher SC, and in 2017, TSV 1860 Munich. The present Jahn staff, coached by Joe Enochs, initially constructed on their previous successes within the first leg. Robin Ziegele was fouled on a protracted cross ahead, however referee Tobias Reichel acknowledged the benefit. Kother performed Ganaus free, who scored efficiently.

After three substitutions at half-time, the friends discovered their means into the sport higher. Ivan Prtjain's header was a sign (53'). Then Heußer poked the ball into the aim. Joker Iredale added one other. Even after Kothers made it 2-2, each groups have been nonetheless attempting to attain the successful aim.

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