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DFB Cup: Cologne's last penalty taker shoots himself in the foot – HSV is in the quarter


1. FC Köln saved themselves against Hamburger SV on penalties at the last second – and failed there in a curious way. With 1860 Munich, the last third division team lost in the competition against Karlsruhe.

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Florian Kainz slips


Florian Kainz had placed his penalty for 1. FC Köln in the goal of Hamburger SV – and was ultimately to blame for the defeat of the Bundesliga club, which was curiously defeated on penalties.

Kainz had previously shot himself in the foot, his shot was counted as a failed attempt.

For third division representatives 1860 Munich was the end of the round in the round of 16 of the DFB Cup, the Löwen failed at Karlsruher SC.

HSV had a good chance of taking the lead in the first 90 minutes.

Hamburg initially had to survive a good start from Cologne, Sebastian Andersson with a header (8th minute) and Mark Uth, who was disturbed by Sebastian Schonlau just in time after a pass error by HSV goalkeeper Daniel Heuer Fernandes (22nd), missed good ones occasions.

Two hits against the post by Moritz Heyer (45th/83rd) balanced the chances, for Cologne top scorer Anthony Modeste failed at Heuer Fernandes (77th).

After 90 goalless minutes in regular time, Robert Glatzel only needed two minutes in extra time to head the goal from close range (92') - Cologne's Sonny Kittel had previously left too much space on the left wing.

Modeste brings Cologne into overtime, Kainz shoots himself

In the end, Hamburg made it unnecessarily exciting: Schonlau, who had been so reliable up until then, grabbed Anthony Modeste's shirt in extra time.

The Frenchman, who could not have gotten the ball, went down and converted the penalty himself (120+2).

In the penalty shoot-out it was 3-3 after four attempts before Schonlau converted for HSV.

The last shooter from Cologne, Kainz, came up and shot with his right foot – but buckled with his left in the run-up and shot his supporting leg.

The ball landed in the goal, but the goal didn't count because Kainz needed two ball contacts.

TSV 1860 Munich was the surprise of the season up to the round of 16 of the DFB Cup, even knocking Schalke 04 out of the competition a round earlier in a duel between traditional clubs.

In the home game against Karlsruher SC, the lion's run came to an end: a penalty goal by Marvin Wanitzek (69th) made the difference in favor of the second division after 90 minutes.

The Munich team, who were the only club from the 3rd division to make it into the last 16, kept up well in the first half and didn't show any difference in class.

After the break, Karlsruhe were the better team, a first goal by Lucas Cueto didn't count because of an offside position (51').

Because 1860 winger Fabian Greilinger pointed a Karlsruhe cross at his outstretched arm, Wanitzek got the chance from the point – and used it.

Erik Tallig missed the best opportunity to equalize, the Löwen midfielder missed free-standing in front of Marius Gersbeck (76th).


Source: spiegel

All sports articles on 2022-01-18

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