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HSV thumped 5-0 at home by Jahn Regensburg

Match report


HSV thumped 5-0 at home by Jahn Regensburg

Hamburger SV lost 5-0 on Matchday 6 of the 2. Bundesliga against SSV Jahn Regensburg. Adamyan scored a first half hat trick, with Correia and George adding two further goals in the second period.

On Sunday afternoon Hamburger SV suffered a 5-0 home defeat to SSV Jahn Regensburg, having been 3-0 behind at half time. HSV committed too many defensive errors in the opening stages and Regensburg were clinical at the same time. A hat trick from Adamyan left HSV 3-0 behind at the break. The hosts weren’t able to improve in the second half and then conceded two further goals; Correia and George the scorers.

The guests from Regensburg were better in all facets of the game and remained cool in front of goal.
The guests from Regensburg were better in all facets of the game and remained cool in front of goal.

A first half to forget...

Head coach Christian Titz had already stressed in his press conference on Friday that he would be rotating his side and he did just that, making six changes from the away win at Dynamo Dresden. Lacroix, Steinmann, Mangala, Hwang, Holtby and Ito came into the side for Bates, Janjicic, Moritz, Vagnoman, Narey and Lasogga.

The changes made to the HSV side were noticeable at the beginning of the game, with a number of individual errors being made. Regensburg managed to punish one finally in the 11th minute, as Julian Pollersbeck lost the ball on the edge of his box to SSV striker Sargis Adamyan, who then stroked the ball into an empty net to give the guests the lead. Regensburg were clever and effective going forward, something evident in their second goal. Andreas Geipl played a clever ball through to Adamyan who buried his second chance. His right-footed shot was slightly deflected by Lacroix and thus left Pollersbeck with no chance. HSV came back into the game and created some real openings for themselves, albeit with no end reward. The away side were then able to pop up and score a third after 35 minutes, Adamyan again remaining ice-cold in front of goal. To make matters worse, HSV skipper Aaron Hunt then missed a penalty in the 40th minute, having won it himself. Overall the first half couldn’t have gone away worse for Die Rothosen and Regensburg’s lead was ultimately well deserved.

... and an equally poor second half

After the change of ends HSV showed their willingness to try and put things right. But it was again Jahn who scored the next goal. Marcel Correia volleyed home a Geipl free kick after 53 minutes, making it clear that it wasn’t going to be Hamburg’s day. The home side couldn’t find a way through and were constantly caught on the break by Regensburg. The final goal then came through Jann George 15 minutes before the end, making it a very heavy and painful home defeat for HSV. The next game is on Thursday at SpVgg Greuther Fürth (20:30 CEST), where HSV will be hoping to get back to winning ways.

Match overview:  

Hamburger SV: Pollersbeck, Sakai, Lacroix, van Drongelen, Santos, Steinmann (88’ Narey) Chan, Mangala, Holtby (46’ Lasogga), Ito, Hunt (79’ Janjicic)

SSV Jahn Regensburg: Pentke, Saller (22‘ Lais, 80‘ Fein), Sörensen, Correia, Föhrenbach , George (89’ Al Ghaddioui), Geipl, Stolze, Thalhammer , Adamyan, Grüttner

Goals: 0-1 Adamyan (11’), 0-2 Adamyan (21’), 0-3 Adamyan (35’), 0-4 Correia (53’), 0-5 George (75’)

Attendance: 44,716

Referee: Manuel Gräfe (Berlin)

Yellow cards: Lacroix (53’) / Saller (3’), Sörensen (17’), Lais (30’)

Yellow-red cards: - / -

Red cards: - / -