2nd Bundesliga | SV Sandhausen prevails in the basement duel against Erzgebirge Aue

SV Sandhausen won the basement duel against Erzgebirge Aue 2-0 (1-0) in the 2nd Bundesliga and thus increased the gap to the Saxons to five points. Cebio Soukou (44th) scored the 1-0 for the hosts with a hand penalty according to video evidence. This was preceded by a controversial handball by Anthony Barylla.

In the 69th minute Christian Kinsombi (69th) increased for the Baden-Württemberger. Sixteenth in the table, the SVS drew level with Fortuna Düsseldorf in 15th place. Aue, on the other hand, continued the negative trend of the last few weeks. In the last seven games there was only one point for FC Erzgebirge.

For Sandhausen it was the first home win this season after three draws and six bankruptcies at home. Sandhausen had already won the first leg in Aue 3-1. The fact that the sand houses last played three weeks ago didn’t prove to be a handicap in the end.

In the 56th minute, the visitors had a double through Dirk Carlson and Prince Osei Owusu, but each shot was blocked just outside the goal line.


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