HSV with 13-1 friendly win in Buchholz
On the score sheet in the second pre-season friendly were Lukas Hinterseer (11‘), Bakery Jatta (12‘, 20‘), Adrian Fein (28‘, 30‘), Manuel Wintzheimer (48‘), Khaled Narey (59‘), Bobby Wood (64‘, 76‘, 87‘), Aaron Hunt (82‘) and Sonny Kittel (85‘, 88‘).
Hamburger SV were victorious in their second friendly of pre season. Dieter Hecking’s men overcame fifth-tier side TSV Buchholz 08 13-1. After Daniel Heuer Fernandes, Jan Gyamerah, Jeremy Dudziak, Sonny Kittel, David Kinsombi and Adrian Fein made their debuts in the 8-0 friendly victory against Meiendorfer SV, on Saturday it was the turn of Lukas Hinterseer to run out in the club colours for the first time.
The goals for HSV were scored by Lukas Hinterseer (11‘), Bakery Jatta (12‘, 20‘), Adrian Fein (28‘, 30‘), Manuel Wintzheimer (48‘), Khaled Narey (59‘), Bobby Wood (64‘, 76‘, 87‘), Aaron Hunt (82‘) and Sonny Kittel (85‘, 88‘).
First goals for Hinterseer and Fein
The friendly in Buchholz offered ideal conditions for HSV to build up their form in the second friendly of pre season. Unfortunately, the start to the game was not what anybody was hoping for, as David Kinsombi had to leave the field due to injury after around 90 seconds. There was however reason to cheer for the 2,000 fans at the sold-out Otto-Koch-Kampfbahn not long later, as Lukas Hinterseer took just eleven minutes to score his first goal in a HSV shirt. Just one minute later, the ball was in the back of the net once again as some smart interplay between Adrian Fein and Jairo Samperio created an opportunity for Bakery Jatta, who made no mistake in doubling the lead. A number of attacks on the hosts’ goal followed, but Die Rothosen were unable to capitalise and the score remained the same until the 20th minute, when some hard work and fast running from Jan Gyamerah created the third goal of the game for HSV, as Jatta doubled his tally. With temperatures above 30 degrees, referee Thielert ordered a drinks break after 23 minutes, which provided a break for Buchholz. Shortly after the restart, the hosts in fact had a triple chance to score, but were denied by a strong save from Tom Mickel and an off-the-line clearance from Christoph Moritz. Shortly after, another new signing was on the score sheet, as Adrian Fein netted a brace in quick succession (28’, 30’). In the 15 minutes before half time, Buchholz’ defence came out on top and the scores remained the same until half time.
Second half also full of goals
Head coach Dieter Hecking send out a heavily-changed side for the second half, with only Christoph Moritz coming back after half time. It was the 29 year old who created the sixth goal, as his chipped, deep ball found Khaled Narey, whose effort was saved by the goalkeeper before Manuel Wintzheimer turned home the rebound. Around eleven minutes later, Josha Vagnoman set Narey up, who this time found the net to make it seven. In the 64th minute, attacker Bobby Wood, who spent the previous season on loan at Hannover 96, scored his first goal since returning to the club. Die Rothosen relaxed a little under the extreme temperatures, which led to a couple of chances for the home side, but the team in red and white were unable to find the net. Wood scored again in the 76th minute to make it 9-0, three minutes before Aaron Hunt took the tally to double figures. Next came perhaps the nicest goal of the game. Go Sakai played a measured cross to Wintzheimer, who laid off to Kittel. The new man played a fine one-two with Hunt before finishing first time into the top corner (85’). Eleven was still not enough for HSV – Wood completed a hat trick in the 87th minute and Kittel also notched one more. Shortly before the end of the game, referee Thielert rewarded the brave Buchholz side a complimentary penalty, which was converted by Miliam Buzhala with a little bit of luck. The subsequent applause was a nice touch towards the amateur side.
As such, the enjoyable friendly ended with a score line of 13-1. Die Rothosen enjoyed themselves in front of goal and drew praise from Hecking after the game. “Right from the start we played with a high tempo, and did it especially well in the first half. After half time, we scored a lot more goals and our self-confidence grew. Overall it was a good all-round performance.”
HSV: Mickel (46’ Pollersbeck) – Gyamerah (46’ Sakai), Moritz (68’ Özcan), van Drongelen (46’ David), Dudziak (46’ Vagnoman) - Kinsombi (2’ Jung / 46’ Papadopoulos), Fein (46’ Kittel), Özcan (46’ Hunt) - Jatta (46’ Narey) , Hinterseer (46’ Wood), Samperio (46’ Wintzheimer)
Goals: 0-1 Hinterseer (11‘), 0-2 Jatta (12‘), 0-3 Jatta (20‘), 0-4 Fein (28‘), 0-5 Fein (30‘), 0-6 Wintzheimer (48‘), 0-7 Narey (59‘), 0-8 Wood (64‘), 0-9 Wood (76‘), 0-10 Hunt (79‘), 0-11 Kittel (85‘), 0-12 Wood (87‘), 0-13 Kittel (88‘), 1-13 Buzhala (90‘)
Referee: Sascha Thielert