HSV with third win in third game | NDR.de – Sport

Status: 10/17/2020 3:37 p.m.

Three games, three wins: In another turbulent away game, the HSV trembled at Greuther Fürth outnumbered to a 1-0 and back to the top of the table. Red sinner Toni Leistner said goodbye to the next suspension.

by Ines Bellinger

The trip to Fürth began for Hamburger SV with a déjà vu: The Franconians reported a positive corona test on Friday morning. However, two follow-up tests during the day had negative results, reported the Fürth trainer Stefan Leitl on the “Sky” microphone. Although he had to forego the final training with his team, the game could take place. Unlike in spring: When the corona pandemic reached its preliminary peak, the duel with HSV in Franconia was canceled. The German Football League (DFL) had temporarily stopped playing at that time.

Focus on Ulreich – Leistner captain

This time 3,250 spectators were allowed in the Ronhof sports park. After the tough decision by HSV coach Daniel Thioune on the goalkeeping position against Daniel Heuer Fernandes, it was clear that all eyes were on the new top dog Sven Ulreich would be directed. The 32-year-old newcomer from Bayern Munich also celebrated his second division debut for HSV, as did defender Leistner, who, after being suspended for the break at the cup game in Dresden, led the “Rothosen” as captain – and should make headlines again.

AUDIO: HSV keeper Ulreich: “It was really fun!” (1 min)

Slat cracker from Seguin

Neither of them had a leisurely debut because, like the 4: 3 in Paderborn, it was turbulent. Ulreich had to admit defeat in the 6th minute when Paul Seguin pulled from 25 meters. But luck in the form of the crossbar stood by the goalkeeper. The bullet bounced off the aluminum back into the field. As a result, the people of Hamburg repeatedly had problems with the clever game of switching played by the host who was more biting. Seguin in particular was a source of unrest. HSV initially owed a lot after an early double chance by Khaled Narey (15th) and Aaron Hunt (16th). Maximilian Bauer cleared a Hunt free kick with a head in front of the goal line (41.). On the other side, Ulreich was lucky again when a Havard Nielsen header rolled past the far post after a corner from Seguin (45th + 1).

“Phantom” Terodde hangs up for Narey

HSV striker Simon Terodde looked cut off from his colleagues’ game. But shortly before the break whistle, he appeared out of nowhere as an assistant. With a fine pass he sent Narey down, who calmly spitted the ball past Fürth goalkeeper Sascha Burchert (45th + 3). The fact that Narey did not celebrate after the 1-0 win was probably due to his past at the “Kleeblatt”. But it could also have been an expression of the fact that the HSV leadership was happy at the break.

Leistner sees red – Ulreich’s brilliant act

Scene in the penalty area in front of Hamburg's Sven Ulreich.  © imago images / Zink Photo: Wolfgang Zink

HSV goalkeeper Sven Ulreich (r.) Was more at the center of the action in Fürth than he would have liked.

After the restart, the Hamburg game seemed more structured, at least on the offensive. The reformed defense remained vulnerable to the rear. This was particularly evident in the 53rd minute. After a counterattack from Fürth, Leistner did not know how to help himself against the passing Nielsen other than to grab the striker by the shoulder. He consequently received red for the emergency brake. Julian Green hammered the due free kick from the edge of the penalty area into the wall, but the ball somehow fell from the clouds back onto the crossbar. At the next corner, Ulreich showed why he had been preferred to Heuer Fernandes. He quickly fended off a Sebastian Ernst header from close range (56th) – a brilliant act!

Fürther Tor doesn’t count

Outnumbered, the HSV withdrew more and more, while the hosts persistently pushed for the equalizer. In the 73rd minute, Ulreich actually had to reach behind him. However, the referee had recognized a handball by Jamie Leweling in advance and refused to acknowledge the Joker’s hit. A defensive battle followed until the final whistle. In the end, Ulreich was lucky with his baptism of fire without conceding a goal and justified Thioune’s decision. “It was nice to be on the field again. It was really fun,” said Ulreich on NDR.

Dudziak injured before catching up against Aue

After the third win in the third game – HSV last started the season like this in 1974 in the Bundesliga – there is still a downer for the promotion favorites: HSV’s personnel situation, which has been strained by numerous injuries, has not only worsened due to the red card suspension for Leistner. Jeremy Dudziak had to leave the field with a dislocated shoulder in the middle of the first half. “It was more of a work victory than a victory of mentality,” Thioune said, cautious in his analysis.

In the catch-up game against Erzgebirge Aue next Wednesday (6.30 p.m.) Dudziak will probably be missing. HSV could underpin its position as leader of the table with another three.

Matchday 4, 10/17/2020 1:00 p.m.

Greuther Fuerth


Hamburger SV



Greuther Fuerth:
Burchert – Meyerhöfer, Bauer, Mavraj, Raum – Sarpei – Seguin (84. Abiama), Ernst (70. Tillman), Green – H. Nielsen (55. Leweling), Hrgota

Hamburger SV:
Ulreich – Gyamerah, Leistner, G. Jung, Heyer – Onana (81st Jatta), Hunt – Dudziak (28th Kittel) – Narey, Terodde (74th Wood), Wintzheimer (81st Gjasula)


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FC Bayern & BVB: Both receive so much TV money more than the others

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Bayern and BVB collect so much more than the rest of the league

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In the real table and the money table in first and second place – Bayern and BVB

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The German Football League is distributing 1.2 billion euros from national media rights to the Bundesliga clubs. The spread between the clubs is huge. Uncertainties remain due to the Corona crisis.

EIt was supposed to be a season of records, but then the corona pandemic came. The German Football League had originally planned to distribute 1.637 billion euros from national and international media rights to the clubs in the first and second Bundesliga in the coming season. The DFL must now distance itself from this record and correct the numbers downwards. According to the “kicker”, 1.4 billion will be paid out.

The clubs already suffered losses last season. Because of the corona pandemic, international partners stopped payments and in Germany “Eurosport”, which had held the rights to the Friday games, stopped paying.

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The “kicker” reports that revenues from national media rights fall by 183.5 million, from international by 54 million. Due to the uncertainties associated with the corona pandemic, the DFL is holding back 30 million with the indication that “further difficulties cannot be ruled out in the light of the current and probably continuing dynamic development and possible effects of the pandemic in the 2020/21 season are”. The league is providing another 15 million for hygiene, security and stadium concepts that may become necessary.

Bavaria receives more than double from Union

The league pays a total of 1.2 billion from the national media rights to the clubs. Once again, FC Bayern receives the most. Munich will receive 70.64 million for the coming season, followed by BVB in second place with 69.37 million.

Leroy Sané targets Champions League titles

After moving from Manchester City to FC Bayern, Leroy Sané sees himself in a good position to win the Champions League.

Bayer Leverkusen only receives 1.9 million fewer than Dortmund. RB Leipzig is in fourth place (65.96), followed by Borussia Mönchengladbach (64.54). The bottom of the money table is promoted and second division champion Arminia Bielefeld (29.8). Given the national dominance of Bavaria, there are clubs that are calling for a new model. “I think we have always been able to find fair and serious solutions. And I am convinced that we will be able to do this again this year. I am hopeful that we can find solutions that ultimately make everyone happy, ”said Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Bavaria’s CEO.

Because of the Corona crisis, the money will not be paid to the clubs in four installments, but in twelve.

The distribution of the DFL to their 36 clubs


Bayern Munich 70.64 million euros

Borussia Dortmund 69.37

Bayer Leverkusen 67.47

RB Leipzig 65,96

Borussia Mönchengladbach 64.54

1899 Hoffenheim 63,14

Eintracht Frankfurt 60.45

Hertha BSC 59,29

FC Schalke 56.17

VfL Wolfsburg 55.18

SC Freiburg 51.50

Werder Bremen 49.87

FSV Mainz 46,20

FC Augsburg 42,87

1. FC Cologne 40.34

VfB Stuttgart 39.09

Union Berlin 33.37

Arminia Bielefeld 29.8

2. League

Hannover 22,46

Fortuna Dusseldorf 22.33

HSV 20,15

Darmstadt 15,94

1. FC Nürnberg 15.53

1. FC Heidenheim 14.68

VfL Bochum 13.14

SC Paderborn 12,99

Holstein Kiel 12.02

FC St. Pauli 11,51

Greuther Fuerth 11.30

Jahn Regensburg 10.62

Ore Mountains Aue 9.74

SV Sandhausen 9,50

Eintracht Braunschweig 8.74

Karlsruhe SC 8.52

VfL Osnabruck 8.13

Würzburg Kickers 7.49

* Source: Kicker