St. Pauli retires after a draw against VfL Bochum

FC St. Pauli have continued their sporting stalemate in the 2nd Bundesliga. In the home game against VfL Bochum, the Kiezclub had to settle for a superior led game on Friday night with a meager 1: 1 (1: 1) and thus remained in the fifth league match in Serie without victory. Before 29,546 spectators in the again sold-out Millerntor Stadium Simon Zoller (5 th minute) took the visitors' lead, whom strong Waldemar Sobota (10 th) equalized.

In the varied match from the start, St. Pauli had their first big chance when Sobota (4) hit the post. In return, it made Zoller better, who dusted off after a defense from goalkeeper Robin Himmelmann to the lead. The held but only five minutes, because Sobota aimed more precisely at his second shot on goal. Leo Östigard (33 ') missed out on the best chance of winning the St. Pauli match before the break. After the change, the hosts determined the match, but strong VfL goalkeeper Manuel Riemann prevented Viktor Gyökeres (63) and Dimitrios Diamantakas (67 .) the quite possible leadership of the homeowners. The VfL, however, did in the second half too little for the offensive and seemed to be satisfied with the partial success. Against St. Pauli, the Bochum but now for 11 games winless.

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