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2. Bundesliga, 30. October 2016
Sascha Stegemann 27930
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1 TO
Dirk Orlishausen
5 VE
Dennis Kempe
14 VE
Jordi Figueras Montel
17 VE
David Kinsombi
7 MF
Moritz Stoppelkamp
10 MF
Hiroki Yamada
19 MF
Grischa Prömel
22 MF
Enrico Valentini
27 MF
Charalampos Mavrias
8 ST
Erwin Hoffer
15 ST
Florian Kamberi


25 TO
Florian Stritzel
35 VE
Matthias Bader
6 MF
Franck Kom
18 MF
Manuel Torres
20 MF
Ylli Sallahi
23 MF
Yann Rolim
9 ST
Dimitrios Diamantakos


Tomas Oral


1 TO
Mitchell Langerak
2 VE
Emiliano Insua
4 VE
Toni Sunjic
5 VE
Timo Baumgartl
19 VE
Kevin Großkreutz
35 VE
Marcin Kaminski
15 MF
Carlos Mané
20 MF
Christian Gentner
25 MF
Matthias Zimmermann
31 MF
Berkay Özcan
11 ST
Takuma Asano


13 TO
Jens Grahl
6 VE
Jean Zimmer
16 VE
Florian Klein
21 VE
Benjamin Pavard
10 MF
Alexandru Maxim
9 ST
Simon Terodde
33 ST
Daniel Ginczek


Hannes Wolf


1515 Mané 1111 Asano 10'
22 Insua 99 Terodde 46'
51' 77 Stoppelkamp
22 Insua 1010 Maxim 86'
10. Min 11Asano 15Mané
46. Min 9Terodde 2Insua
7Stoppelkamp 51. Min
86. Min 10Maxim 2Insua


99 Terodde 44 Sunjic 45'
56' 1515 Kamberi 99 Diamantakos
56' 2727 Mavrias 1818 Torres
74' 2222 Valentini 2323 Rolim
1010 Maxim 1111 Asano 77'
1616 Klein 3131 Özcan 80'
45. Min 4Sunjic 9Terodde
15Kamberi 9Diamantakos 56. Min
27Mavrias 18Torres 56. Min
22Valentini 23Rolim 74. Min
77. Min 11Asano 10Maxim
80. Min 31Özcan 16Klein


10' 5 Kempe
48' 14 Figueras Montel
19 Großkreutz 62'
68' 19 Prömel
90' 18 Torres
5Kempe 10. Min
14Figueras Montel 48. Min
62. Min 19Großkreutz
19Prömel 68. Min
18Torres 90. Min

Derby winner!

VfB have won the first Baden-Württemberg derby clash since 2009. Fired on by some 3,000 travelling fans, the side in the shirts with the infamous red hoop notched up a 3-1 victory away to Karlsruher SC. In an entertaining first half, the Cannstatt Boys took the lead following a well-executed free-kick variation, with a new man opening his VfB account. The Cannstatt Boys then doubled their advantage shortly after the restart. In the second period, the hosts reduced the deficit from the penalty spot, but VfB defended their lead stoutly and restored their two-goal cushion in the closing minutes.

For VfB, Marcin Kaminski made his first competitive appearance in the 2. Bundesliga – one of two personnel changes for VfB compared to the side that began in the cup against Borussia Mönchengladbach, with Kevin Großkreutz getting the nod ahead of Florian Klein on the right side of the back four. Ukrainian striker Boris Tashchy, who began in Gladbach, did not make the squad for the clash in Karlsruhe. In addition, the recently absent Benjamin Pavard (stomach bug), Simon Terodde (slight muscular problem) and Daniel Ginczek were back in the squad and took places on the bench.

10th minute VfB make the ideal start to the game. Kevin Großkreutz and Berkay Özcan combine to deliver a free-kick from the right. The young Turkish international floats the ball into the box, where Carlos Mané lay back into the path of Takuma Asano, who fires home powerfully to mark his first goal in the VfB colours and put his side in the driving seat.
11. Minute Kurz nach der Führung hat die Elf mit dem roten Brustring die nächste Gelegenheit. Christian Gentner will den Ball im Sechzehnmeterraum auf den mitgelaufenen Carlos Mané ablegen, doch ein Karlsruher Abwehrspieler fängt das Zuspiel ab und klärt die Situation.
46th minute To start the second period, Simon Terodde replaces Toni Sunjic, with Marcin Kaminski slotting into the central-defensive position to replace the Bosnian. The striker is only barely on the pitch and is suddenly celebrating his fourth goal of the season. An Emiliano Insua cross from the left is headed home by Simon Terodde – 2-0! The front-man was just 43 second on the pitch.
51st minute It’s a hotly competed affair early in the second half. From a KSC cross, the ball strikes Emiliano Insua on the hand in the VfB box and referee Sascha Stegemann awards the home side a penalty. Moritz Stoppelkamp converts the spot-kick to make it 1-2.
65th minute Following a turbulent early phase, the second half has dipped into a lull. The next opening for VfB falls to Christian Gentner, whose curling effort brings an excellent finger-tip save by KSC keeper Dirk Orlishausen.
85th minute That’s the decider! VfB hit on the break, with Emiliano Insua crossing for Alexandru Maxim to slot home and make it 3-1. The final talking-point of an entertaining derby.

Simon Terodde:

We knew just how significant this game was for the fans. We made an energetic start to the game and approached this derby clash exactly as was expected from us. Here it’s not just about playing some football. The lads battled very hard and I am extremely proud of them.


A well-taken free-kick variation, a clever substitution, consistency in attack and a stable defensive performance earned VfB a win away to Karlsruher SC. Christian Gentner & Co. took on the challenge against the local rivals with the right attitude, maintaining cool heads in an emotionally-driven derby clash. The win sees Hannes Wolf’s men move into second place in the table.