The Brown-Whites, who won the first leg in mid-August at the Millerntor Stadium 3-2 thanks to goals from Becker (27′) and Makienok (56′, 58′) and who have only played twelve of their 37th away game this season Collected points, coach Timo Schultz also made a change after the 2-1 cup triumph against Borussia Dortmund. Regular keeper Vasilj pushes cup goalkeeper Smarsch back to the bench.
On the Rothosen side, whose last home defeat was on April 9 of the previous year and who haven’t won a home game against the Kiezklub in four attempts for a little over 20 years, coach Tim Walter has compared to the successful 120-minute cup campaign made a personnel change at 1. FC Köln. Instead of Wintzheimer (bank), Jatta begins.
FC St. Pauli, who overwintered as the front runners, just narrowly avoided a clear false start. The Kiezkicker fell behind twice against the table penultimate (17th, 72nd). While they scored the first equalizing goal through Medić in the 30th minute, Amenyido only leveled the score in the third minute of added time. After eight home wins in a row, they dropped two points at the Millerntor Stadium for the first time this season.
In the 2nd Bundesliga, Hamburger SV only had a mediocre start to the 2022 calendar year, as they only managed a 1-1 draw at newly promoted SG Dynamo Dresden. After going into the dressing room with a lead thanks to Glatzel’s goal in the 37th minute thanks to his high efficiency in converting chances, he missed his second goal at the beginning of the second period. After the Saxons equalized (61st), he was more than happy to keep the simple point win; Dresden missed two good chances in the last half hour.
Both Hamburger SV and FC St. Pauli celebrated unexpected to sensational successes in the DFB Cup immediately before their prestigious meeting in the national football lower house: After the Rothosen had prevailed on penalties at 1. FC Köln on early Tuesday evening, this was followed the brown-whites shortly before half past ten by bringing a 2:1 lead over Borussia Dortmund to the finish. For the first time since the 1996/1997 season, the two clubs from the Elbe metropolis are in the quarter-finals of the DFB Cup at the same time.
Hello and a warm welcome from the Volksparkstadion! The newly crowned DFB Cup quarter-finalists Hamburger SV and FC St. Pauli are contesting the city derby in the Elbe metropolis for the 107th time. The duel between red trousers and brown and white is scheduled to start at 6:30 p.m.