John Guidetti has not had a given starting place in Hanover in the German second league. But lately, he has strengthened his shares, as the striker has repeatedly found the net.
In the meeting with Dresden, Guidetti struck with his third goal in nine matches in the shirt as he stayed in the penalty area. Julian Korb perceived the Swede, who was unattended. Guidetti, who was loaned to Hannover by Spanish team Deportivo Alavés last winter, placed 2-0 with his left foot.
Dynamo Dresden, with the Swedes Alexander Jeremejeff and Linus Wahlqvist in the team, played their first league match on Sunday, since the corona pandemic closed down the German Andr League in March. After several players tested positive for corona, the entire team was quarantined and had to postpone the restart.