Hamburg (AP) - Hamburger SV has never won against its northern neighbor Holstein Kiel in its second division history.
Six games, two defeats, four draws.
The balance sheet is so sobering against any other second division club.
Also on Monday evening it was only enough to make it 1: 1.
Before the game, coach Daniel Thioune didn't want to know anything about the characterization of Kiel as a feared opponent.
But he cannot completely free himself from it.
"It hurts a bit," said the coach about the missing goals at 17: 3 shots on goal for his team.
His team gave away two points in the battle for promotion.
The winless series of HSV:
August 30, 2018: The start is particularly painful.
For the first time in the club's history relegated from the Bundesliga and then at the start of the league a bad 0: 3 home clap against Kiel.
One of the Kiel goal scorers is David Kinsombi, now at HSV.
December 23, 2018: Next smack.
The day before Christmas Eve there is a 1: 3 for HSV.
Kiel double shooter: Kinsombi.
Before that, coach Hannes Wolf's team had seven wins and four draws.
November 9, 2019: The late luck of stoppage time.
In minute 90 + 1 defender Timo Letschert saves HSV the draw to 1: 1.
After red for Jatta, the Hamburgers have to make do with ten for 64 minutes.
June 8, 2020: HSV leads 3-2 in the Volksparkstadion.
Joel meets Pohjanpalo twice.
Then stoppage time.
In minute 90 + 4 Jae-Sung Lee equalizes to 3: 3.
HSV missed second place.
November 9, 2020: Even before the break, the superior Hanseatics take the lead through Moritz Heyer.
Then again the fear of stoppage time.
Minute 90 + 1: Joshua Mees gets the ball - 1: 1!
March 8, 2021: Holstein Kiel takes the lead in the Volksparkstadion after just eight minutes.
The goalscorer is Lee, who actually never hits with the head.
HSV has chance after chance.
In the end, however, only 1-1 - thanks to Simon Terodde and his 20th goal of the season.
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