2. Bundesliga – Karlsruher got off to a bad start in the new year. KSC suffered a late defeat at home to SC Paderborn on Friday:
Updated from January 27 – 8:26 PM: Karlsruher SC got off to a disappointing start in 2023. On Friday evening, KSC lost 0:1 (0:0) against SC Paderborn at BBBank Wildpark. The decisive goal did not come until injury time: Robert Liebertz scored at home from East Westphalia to seal the away win. Christian Eichner’s team has gone winless for the seventh straight game and now also has to put up with a false start in the second half of the season.
Karlsruher vs. SC Paderborn – this is how the first half went
Updated January 27th – 7:20pm: The first half of the new year has been played – and so far it is not going well for the people of Baden. After 45 minutes the score is still 0-0 between Karlsruher SC and SC Paderborn. Coach Christian Eichner’s team got off to a good start, but aside from Fabian Schleuzner’s finishing (15th), the attacking efforts were harmless. As a result, SC Paderborn becomes more active and creates better chances, which KSC goalkeeper Marius Gersbeck can thwart.
Karlsruher SC hosts SC Paderborn today – the start of the second half of the season
First report from January 25th: The second half of the Bundesliga begins! In the first competitive game of the new year, Karlsruhe SC Paderborn on Friday evening (27 January). Kick off at BBBank Wildpark at 6:30pm. Before the long winter break, the Badeners had picked up just one point from their last six league matches. Coach Christian Eichner’s team spent their winter preparations in Estepona, Spain. You have two friendly matches against The Hungarian First Division team is Puskas Academia And RB Salzburg Lost.
With right-back Daniel Brosinski, the winter newcomer joined coach Christian Eichner’s team. Luca Boulay (SV Waldhof Mannheim), Killian Jacob (FC Erzgebirge Owe) and Kelvin Arassi (KV Ostend, loan) have left the club. By the way, all the news about new arrivals and departures from KSC can be found in our transfer ticker.
Karlsruher SC vs SC Paderborn live on TV and live broadcast
Karlsruher SC vs. SC Paderborn on free TV on Fridays, but broadcast exclusively on pay TV channels sky to see. The live stream with moderator Yannick Erkenbrecher starts at 6pm and starts at 6:30pm. You can play the KSC game either in the conference (Sky Sports Bundesliga 1) or in a single game function (Sky Sports Bundesliga 3) Look.
The commentator is Sven Schroeter. There will be no free and legal live streaming of the game. skyHowever, customers have the option to use the app.sky goTo continue online in streaming. (mab)
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