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Halles striker Terence Boyd (r.) Is unstoppable after his dream goal in the top match against champions Duisburg.

Halles striker Terence Boyd (r.) Is unstoppable after his dream goal in the top match against champions Duisburg.

Photo: imago images / Holger John

Hall with dream goal to victory

Terrence Boyd lugged the ball up for a moment and then held on for a good 30 meters. What followed was pure ecstasy among the fans of Halleschen FC. Because the striker's shot in the 89th minute lowered in the left corner of the goal and the HFC had defeated front-runner MSV Duisburg 1-0. Boyd is a place in the pick for the goal of the month for sure. “I have had pain shooting for weeks because of a torn syndesmotic ligament. Really cool it worked, “Boyd told Magenta Sport. For Halle it was the first home win since the end of August. With the success moved the HFC on three points on Duisburg ran, but was very lucky. Because the better chances had the MSV. Leroy-Jacques Mickels and Moritz Stoppelkamp only hit the post, and just before Boyd's dream goal Duisburg also lost a great counter-attack.

Beck meets again for Magdeburg

Christian Beck had not hit the gate for over ten hours. The end of his lull brought Beck's magnificent Schlenzer in the last minute, the 2-1 for 1. FC Magdeburg at the SG Sonnenhof Großaspach. “The gate was a satisfaction to me. I'm glad we won, “Beck said. With the third victory of the past four games, the FCM has made the connection to the promotion places. The lead was provided by Sören Bertram (32), who had been fouled at the end and who had not noticed at all that the ball had landed in the goal. Panagiotis Vlachodimos (48.) had succeeded in the meantime compensation.

Hansa ends victory

After three defeats in succession, Hansa Rostock just wanted to win against Würzburger Kickers. No matter how. It suited the picture that an own goal by Luca Pfeiffer (45. + 1) ensured the victory of the Rostocker. A free-kick from Nik Omladic slipped over the Würzburg in the defense attempt on the shin. “That was a work victory. We just wanted to win, “said Hansa professional Lukas Scherff. In the closing stages Rostock would have had to increase through Aaron Opoku, but the striker failed to Kickers goalkeeper Vincent Müller.

Chemnitz saves point

The mediocre match between Chemnitzer FC and KFC Uerdingen was really hot in the final stages. At 1-1 saw former ex-national Kevin Grosskreutz (80th) the yellow-red card. Shortly thereafter, Uerdingen got a very questionable foul penalty, which Tom Boere (83) made sure to lead. Four minutes later, Rafael Garcia made sure the CFC was not empty-handed. A worth seeing header of the German-Spaniard dropped into the Uerdinger goal. “We'll get a ridiculous penalty and get at least one point,” Garcia said.

Jena gets first away win

The FC Carl Zeiss Jena continues to fight hard for the league and has even celebrated the first away win. The defeated bottom of the table won at Bayern Munich II 3: 2 and collected by the success of a lot of self-confidence. “That was a sign of life. We have confirmed the positive trend of recent weeks, “said Julian Günther-Schmidt. The striker (39th) had brought the FCC with his goal for 2-1 for the first time in the lead. Previously, Ole Käuper (11th) equalized the fast Munich goal by Mickael Cuisance (9th). After the equalizer by Derrick Köhn (74), a free-kick by Nico Hammann (78.), which Paul Will steered into his own Bayern goal, but still the three points for Jena. dpa / nd

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