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“This own goal will go down in the history of German football.” Oddity [WIDEO]

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In strange circumstances, HSV conceded a goal in the second match of the Bundesliga against FC Saint-Germain. Paula.

FC St. Pauli and HSV Derby entered Friday’s derby as neighbors at the top of the 2. Bundesliga table. The first of these teams could boast 30 points which gave them first place. The second team’s loss was three points.

In the 15th minute of the match at Millerntor-Stadion, the hosts took the lead. Jackson Irvin scored with a conscious shot after crossing the ball into the penalty area from a corner kick.

In the 27th minute the score was 2-0, and it happened in unusual circumstances. Visiting goalkeeper Daniel Hoyer Fernandes sent a short pass to Stefan Ambrosius. He passed the ball to Guilherme Ramos, and a moment later it flew towards the HSV goal. She might have missed it, but…an unfortunate tackle from Fernandes, who wanted to send her off, led to it going into the net.

“This own goal will go down in the history of German football,” Viablee wrote on Twitter, posting a video of the own goal.

Łukasz Poręba started the match in HSV’s starting lineup, but was replaced by Jean-Luc Dompé during the break. Adam Dwigala is on the substitutes list. Paula.

Already in the second half, the visitors tied the score at 2-2 thanks to goals from Robert Glatzel and Emmanuel Viray.

Kayla Nunez
Kayla Nunez
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