Veerman rescues point for St. Pauli
In a good second division match in front of a sell-out crowd of 29,546 at the Millerntor, St. Pauli had to settle for a point in a 1-1 draw against FC Heidenheim. FCH captain Marc Schnatterer gave the visitors the lead on 52 minutes before substitute Henk Veerman levelled ten minutes later.
TOP-SIX CLASH AS HEIDENHEIM VISIT MILLERNTOR
Two of the league's in-form sides go head to head on Saturday (1300 CET) when FC Heidenheim leave their calling card at the Millerntor. The Boys in Brown are aiming to keep their positive run going and add to their points tally against a Heidenheim side who have looked very impressive recently.
KAUCZINSKI: "HARD WORK GOT US THERE"
One day after the 2-1 win at Arminia Bielefeld, Markus Kauczinski fielded questions from the Hamburg media as usual. Among the topics covered was topping the table overnight. The St. Pauli boss is delighted, of course, but was keen to point out that it's just a moment in time, albeit a very pleasing one.
BOYS IN BROWN COME FROM BEHIND TO BEAT BIELEFELD
FC St. Pauli claimed their first victory at Arminia Bielefeld in 22 years on Sunday to go top of the table overnight. The home side made much the better start and took an early lead through Keanu Staude, but the Boys in Brown hit back after the restart to take the points thanks to a Marvin Knoll penalty and Mats Møller Dæhli's narrow-angle strike.
KAUCZINSKI: "I'M LOOKING FORWARD TO THE ALM"
In the run-up to Sunday's outing at Arminia Bielefeld, head coach Markus Kauczinski took plenty of time out to talk about the game to the Hamburg media. Among the topics discussed were the lessons from the Kiel match, the opposition and the clash at the Alm.