St. Pauli played Regensburg at the 2. Bundesliga of Germany on April 27. The match kicked off 11:00 UTC. St. Pauli won 4-3. This is the first match both for St. Pauli and Regensburg in 2. Bundesliga this season.
Hamadi Al Ghaddioui scored the first goal on the 27th minute of the game followed by goals from Dimitrios Diamantakos, Johannes Flum, Marvin Knoll, Ryo Miyaichi and Sargis Adamyan. Al Ghaddioui later scored 1 more. 4-3 is the final score.
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St. Pauli kicked off the game with Robin Himmelmann, Justin Hoogma, Marvin Knoll, Johannes Flum who got substituted by Ersin Zehir on the 66th minute, Florian Carstens, Jeremy Dudziak, Christopher Buchtmann, Yi Young Park who got substituted by Daniel Buballa on the 46th minute, Mats Moller Daehli, Dimitrios Diamantakos who got substituted by Alexander Meier on the 76th minute and Ryo Miyaichi as starters, with Svend Brodersen, Daniel Buballa, Kevin Lankford, Ersin Zehir, Sami Allagui, Alexander Meier and Jan-Marc Schneider on the bench.
Regensburg's starting eleven were Andre Weis, Jonas Fohrenbach, Marcel Correia, Sebastian Nachreiner, Benedikt Saller who got substituted by Jonas Nietfeld on the 78th minute, Sargis Adamyan, Andreas Geipl who got substituted by Sebastian Stolze on the 77th minute, Maximilian Thalhammer who got substituted by Adrian Fein on the 65th minute, Jann-Christopher George, Marco Gruttner and Hamadi Al Ghaddioui, with Philipp Pentke, Oliver Hein, Markus Palionis, Adrian Fein, Julian-Maurice Derstroff, Jonas Nietfeld and Sebastian Stolze on the bench.
St. Pauli have lost to Heidenheim in their previous match, while Regensburg have won Magdeburg in their previous match.
St. Pauli and Regensburg have met 3 times in their recent history. 2 matches ended in a draw while Regensburg won once.
Referee showed the yellow card 6 times throughout the game. Benedikt Saller, Hamadi Al Ghaddioui, Johannes Flum, Sebastian Nachreiner, Ryo Miyaichi and Jann-Christopher George were the ones to receive it.
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