At the beginning of the match, both teams neutralized each other so far that neither of them had a chance to score.

David Kinsombi served Sonny Kittel, who scored 1-0 in the 16th minute of the game.

Before it went into the dressing room, Bakery Jatta marked the 2-0 for HSV (41st).

Marco Grote changed VfL's staff at the beginning of the second round.

Etienne Amenyido continued to play for David Blacha.

There were no further goals until the referee's whistle.

So it went into the half-time break with an unchanged status.

Jatta provided more reassurance at Hamburger SV, who secured the 3-0 with his second daily goal after Kittel presented it (48th).

Josha Vagnoman scored the 4-0 in the 54th minute by completing a pass from Simon Terodde.

Marco Grote brought Niklas Schmidt and Kevin Wolze off the field with a double change and brought Luc Ihorst and Ken Reichel into play (59th).

Hamburg expanded the lead with the help of the opponent.

Unlucky Maurice Trapp put the ball into his own net in the 61st minute, increasing the hosts' lead to 5-0.

With Jatta and Terodde, Daniel Thioune took two players from the starting lineup off the field in the 62nd minute.

They were replaced by Khaled Narey and Bobby Wood.

Ultimately, HSV celebrated a deserved 5-0 home win against VfL Osnabrück after a convincing performance.

With the success, Hamburger SV improved the starting position in the race for the aisle upwards.

With an impressive 36 goals, the league leaders have the best attack in the 2nd Bundesliga.

With the win, HSV expanded its successful season record.

So far Hamburg has won ten wins, three draws and only conceded three defeats.

Hamburger SV has not left the field as a defeated team in six games.

Osnabrück is currently in the lower half of the table: eleventh place.

The guest recorded a total of six wins, four draws and six defeats.

The record of the last five matches at VfL can still be improved.

Only three of a possible 15 counters were claimed for themselves.


Hamburg will travel to Eintracht Braunschweig on Saturday.

VfL Osnabrück will continue on Friday when they receive FC Erzgebirge Aue.

This article was created automatically by our partner Retresco based on game data.