As of: 01/14/2022 8:24 pm

Hannover 96 FC won the second division basement match 1-0 (0-0) at Hansa Rostock. Lyndon Myna scored the decisive goal for Lower Saxony in the 58th minute.

By Hanno Bode

Coach Christophe Dabrowski’s team was able to push back McLenberg, who was level on points. The trend in particular – three wins from the last four games – clearly speaks to the “Reds”. Meanwhile, the revenue crisis of Rostock’s northern rivals continues. The climber has now played six games without a three-point win.

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Hannover with more possession but without a shot towards the goal

The team, which was overseas for 96 runs after the first period, recorded a significant 58 per cent possession. What appeared on paper as Lower Saxony’s dominant idea was indeed a useless art. The term “art” is irrelevant in relation to Hannover’s utterly discouraging performance of football in the first 45 minutes. Because the “Reds” did not manage more than ball connections without any significant gain in space.

In this context, it is allowed once again to look at the statistics. It didn’t even score a single shot for the guests during the break. Hansa may have drunk a cup of coffee between goalkeeper Marcus Golke. The 96 players who were aggressively tired would not have noticed it.

Hansa Rostock misfortune in the end

Colke’s counter number Ron-Robert Zieler could not complain about being busy in the first half. Harris Tulzewic (9th), Pascal Fryer (11th) and Lucas Frode (16th) added the 2014 World Champion to his pace. Busy Tulzevic (8th, 20th) and the keeper did not have to interfere in two more shots. They went wide, but the Bosnian should have won 1-0 from a few yards in his first three free-standing chances.

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Aside from exploiting opportunities, Hansa coach Jens Hartell was very satisfied with his team’s performance during the break. McLennberger exhibited a good performance in both forward movement and work against the ball.

Myna 96 excites

After the pages changed, it ended with Hansa Glory. The hosts were able to do very little when Hannover renewed itself. Suddenly, Lower Saxony was looking for a way forward. Mark Timers (51st) and Maximilian Pierre (57th) had two good chances before Myna Lower Saxony took the lead. The 22-year-old became a sprinter after a big cross pass at Rostock’s Simon Rhine middle line level.
Damien Rosbach and Colke did not have a chance to defend themselves with a shot in the top corner.

Hansa tried after agreeing, but to no avail

Hansa was shocked and then had trouble bringing structure to his game. The McLenbergs tried to put pressure on 96, but unlike in the first division they found no gap in the Hanovarian defense. Nico Neidart missed the best chance to equalize. He was fouled by the jailer from the inside right in the 68th minute. This is Rostock’s last chance in a game with two different areas.

Match Day 19, 01/14/2022 6:30 p.m.

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