Darmstadt played St. Pauli at the 2. Bundesliga of Germany on May 23. The match kicked off 11:00 UTC. Darmstadt won 4-0. Darmstadt are 5th in the table with 42 points after 28 matches, while St. Pauli are 11th with 33 points in 27 matches.
Mathias Honsak scored the first goal on the 7th minute of the game followed by goals from Yannick Stark, Marvin Mehlem and Victor Palsson, who made the final score 4-0.
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Darmstadt kicked off the game with Marcel Schuhen, Fabian Holland, Nicolai Rapp, Dario Dumic, Patrick Herrmann, Tim Skarke who got substituted by Yannick Stark on the 66th minute, Fabian Schnellhardt who got substituted by Tobias Kempe on the 75th minute, Victor Palsson, Marcel Heller who got substituted by Marvin Mehlem on the 75th minute, Mathias Honsak who got substituted by Seung-Ho Paik on the 75th minute and Felix Platte who got substituted by Serdar Dursun on the 61st minute as starters, with Florian Stritzel, Matthias Bader, Sebastian Hertner, Patric Pfeiffer, Tobias Kempe, Marvin Mehlem, Seung-Ho Paik, Yannick Stark and Serdar Dursun on the bench.
St. Pauli's starting eleven were Robin Himmelmann, Jamie Lawrence, Leo Ostigard, Sebastian Ohlsson, Daniel Buballa who got substituted by Henk Veerman on the 62nd minute, Marvin Knoll who got substituted by Finn Ole Becker on the 77th minute, Rico Benatelli who got substituted by Luis Coordes on the 61st minute, Waldemar Sobota, Ryo Miyaichi, Viktor Gyokeres who got substituted by Dimitrios Diamantakos on the 61st minute and Boris Tashchy who got substituted by Johannes Flum on the 61st minute, with Korbinian Muller, Matthew Penney, Luca Zander, Finn Ole Becker, Luis Coordes, Johannes Flum, Christian Viet, Dimitrios Diamantakos and Henk Veerman on the bench.
Darmstadt have lost to Karlsruher in their previous match, while St. Pauli have won Nurnberg in their previous match.
Darmstadt and St. Pauli have met 5 times in their recent history. Darmstadt won 4 times while St. Pauli won once.
Darmstadt have won 10 of their 28 matches in 2. Bundesliga, drawing 12 and having 6 defeats this season. They have scored 38 goals - 1.36 per match, conceding 34 - 1.21 per match. St. Pauli have won 8 of their 27 matches in 2. Bundesliga, drawing 9 and having 10 defeats this season. They have scored 34 goals - 1.26 per match, conceding 36 - 1.33 per match.
Referee showed the yellow card twice throughout the game. Daniel Buballa and Leo Ostigard were the ones to receive it.
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