1. Juni Hamburgs Erfolg in der Relegation Die HSV-Uhr läuft weiter. Ganze vier Minuten fehlten bis zum ersten Bundesliga-Abstieg des Hamburger. 2. Juni Hat Schiedsrichter Manuel Gräfe dem HSV zum Klassenerhalt Es war der Ausgleich des Hamburger SV im Relegationsrückspiel, der. 1. Juni Der HSV drängte, der KSC konterte. Ilicevic, Torschütze im Hinspiel, Olic und Pierre-Michel Lasogga kamen zu ersten Chancen. Trotz ihrer.
As time wore on, however, Karlsruhe began to improve. Dimitrij Nazarov and Daniel Gordon both missed good chances for the hosts with an hour gone. As the guests began to increase pressure, Karlsruhe was left defending for their lives.
Karlsruhe, in need of two goals to progress to the Bundesliga thanks to the folly of the away-goal rule, never really came close to again threatening, despite the chance from the spot that went unconverted.
The result means that Hamburg maintain their top-tier status for yet another season, remaining the only club to have played every season in the Bundesliga since its inception in Karlsruhe, meanwhile, have fallen at the final hurdle of what could have been a defining moment in a successful couple of years.
The club was promoted from the 3. Liga in and challenged for promotion last year. Football can be tough, sometimes.
His opposite number, Bruno Labbadia, has managed the great escape; recovering a near-dead team over the course of just a few games. The traditional Hamburg anthem was sung with the pathos of a cup final.
The players looked just as affected by the atmosphere. Endless runs, tackles and aggression reserved for a World Cup final showed that the message had been received.
And along came the first goal, after VAR awarded a penalty for handball. The occasional chant supporting Cologne was heard in the Hamburg stands.
As the end of the game, and indeed the season, edged closer, it was clear that HSV would not manage to escape relegation this time.
But the home fans let their players know that they can forgive:. Chants about local rivals St. Play was stopped for several minutes in stoppage time after some fans threw pyrotechnics on the field.
A small group of HSV fans started throwing pyrotechnic devices towards the pitch, causing the match to be stopped.
And that was it. The clock has officially stopped, and Hamburg will play in the 2. The Dutchman first touched down on the Hanseatic shores in and played an integral role in clinching European qualification in all three seasons of his first stint at the club.
Like van der Vaart, Kevin Keegan was also brought in during a time of need when the club stumped up a substantial sum to sign him from Liverpool in A rocky start that saw him banned for eight weeks after knocking out an opponent soon gave way to strong form and success.
David Jarolim took to the field times in all competitions during a nine-year spell in the northern port city - more than any other non-German player.
The Czech international joined in and experienced both highs and lows at the club. Not many footballers can claim to have a street named after them.
The three-time Bosnia-Herzegovnian footballer of the year received the honor in his native Mostar. Olic achieved the feat in a win over Stuttgart in , but will be remembered for much more having spent a combined three-and-a-half seasons in Hamburg over the course of two stints at the club.
Ze Roberto is a Bundesliga legend who left an impression on every club he played for during an illustrious career.
Like at Leverkusen and Bayern Munich before, the Brazilian was a first-team regular during his time at Hamburg. Having been a winger in his early career, at HSV he played the role of midfield general whose calm presence balanced out the egocentric wannabes in the team.
Unfortunately for the club, his rise to prominence coincided with a string of poor finishes that prevented HSV from holding onto his services for longer.
The imprint that Vincent Kompany left on Hamburg looks somewhat like two feet planted on a springboard.
The Belgian only made 51 appearances for HSV in all competitions, but still has kind words for the club that gave him his big break on the European circuit.
The now three-time Premier League champion helped the club secure European qualification in his first season as a year-old.
With a left-foot that boasted as much finesse as it did raw power, Petric scored some of the most memorable goals in Hamburg history during a four-year stint in the port city.
Stunning free-kicks and first-time volleys were commonplace among the 61 goals he scored in games in all competitions. Elsewhere, Borussia Dortmund clinched fourth by the skin of their teeth as Hoffenheim claimed third.