Dynamo Dresden is subject to Hansa after a nightmare start

After a memorable beating, Dynamo Dresden slipped deeper into the relegation battle of the 2nd Bundesliga. In the Eastern duel of the promoted team, the Saxons lost 1:4 (0:4) against Hansa Rostock on Sunday after a shockingly weak initial phase. With 24 points, Dynamo has a four-point lead over relegation place 16.

John Verhoek (6th/18th) and Nils Fröling (10th/13th) scored the hosts early goals in front of 10,000 spectators. Julius Kade (63rd) reduced the lead in the second round.

Meanwhile, Dynamo has not won four league games in a row. Meanwhile, Hansa celebrated their first success after seven games without a win. The Rostockers even passed the Dresdeners who had the same number of points in the table.

In the first round, Hansa initially rolled over Dynamo with almost no resistance, Verhoek and Fröling quickly headed the guests into the lead – and had tasted blood. First Fröling pushed a dust-off over the line before Verhoek was successful again with a header. Rostock could have led even higher, but Dynamo goalkeeper Anton Mitryuschkin saved his indisposed defense several times.

Dynamo coach Alexander Schmidt switched to a back three and made two changes after 24 minutes, Vaclav Drchal and Sebastian Mai came on.

And Dresden caught on, became more dangerous. Oliver Batista-Meier (33rd) failed with a flick from 18 meters to Hansa keeper Markus Kolke. After the break, Dresden started more composed. Mai (51st) headed the crossbar before Kade hit the corner from 25 meters. Rostock’s Svante Ingelsson hit the post (89′).


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