In the first leg against the second representation of TSG 1899 Hoffenheim, KSV Hessen Kassel exited the field 0-2 unsuccessfully.
FifthBefore the match, two equal teams were supposed to meet. After 90 minutes, Hoffenheim was finally ahead.
In the 25th minute, Nick Proschwitz scored a penalty kick to make it 1-0 for the home team in front of 170 spectators. Castle was willing to make up. Even a change of side, however, was not something that could be counted. In the 56th minute, Hessen changed his crew: Serkan Dorna and Mike Vijenspan made a double change to replace Moritz Floto and Daniele Maurizio Visco. Joshua Brene boosted TSG’s lead by 2-0 after 58 minutes. KSV made three changes in the 72nd minute. Lucas Iksal, Ingmar Merle and Aram Kahraman left the field to Marcel Fischer, Alexander Misbach and Nils Stendera. In the end, TSG 1899 Hoffenheim II scored a 2-0 victory over the visitors at home.
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There is a lot to do for Hoffenheim. Because the seven-point tally from five home games leaves room for improvement. With success in their pocket, TSG slipped forward in the rankings and now ranks eighth in the table. Four wins, two draws and three defeats contribute to the TSG 1899 Hoffenheim II shot.
KSV Hessen Kassel has only taken one point away from his home so far. Kassel is currently in the bottom half of the table: 12th place. KSV currently has three wins, three draws and four defeats. KSV Hessen Kassel has had no luck in the last five matches. There is only one victory in this period.
Hoffenheim will face the challenge again on Saturday when they visit FC Astoria Waldorf. On Saturday, Kassel has to face Walldorf in front of a local crowd.
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