Shot - gate, shot - gate, shot - gate: Between the 16th and the 19th minute of the game, the Böllenfall gate turned into a toll house, every shot was a goal and the descent of Erzgebirge Aue sealed prematurely.
Darmstadt coach Torsten Lieberknecht had given up great rotation compared to 2-1 at FC St. Pauli, only Manu started for flour (bank) and whirled on the right outer lane.
Aues Coach Pavel Dotchev had had to rebuild his starting eleven after the 2-2 against Rostock, since Owusu with his fifth yellow card failed and Jonjic and Majetschak were missing in the squad. Strauss, Gonther and Barylla ran for it.
The violets could only have kept the last little bit alive with a three, the lilies in turn had the opportunity to jump in second place with a threesome. And accordingly motivated, the Darmstadt began, put the Saxons under pressure early and revealed a blatant differences in quality between the two teams.
triple hit! Darmstadt dismantled Aue
These were also under pressure in a number of individual mistakes from the Auer back team, the lilies took advantage of this and provided Luca Pfeiffer (16th), Skarke (18th) and Manu (19th) within a fewer than three minutes for party mood At the Böllenfall gate.
The guests no longer recovered from this triple strike throughout the first round, instead the lilies gave a number of other top-class opportunities before Skarke even put it 4-0 after great preparatory work (39.).
Especially with a view to the close promotion race, the goal difference could also play an important role, accordingly the Darmstadt played it in the second round, Aue only fought out to a limited extent. Nevertheless, the final result was missing due to the significant result, so that both teams were neutralized in midfield.
a little going in half two - Honsak adds
The violets used this phase to become a little braver, Zolinski missed the honor goal with his header only by centimeters (65.). Lieberknecht changed cheerfully due to the clarity of the result, which also did not benefit the game flow, but should give the regular staff a little air for the decisive games of the season.
And the Joker also fueled confidence for the final phase: Luca Pfeiffer placed unselfishly across and enabled substitute Honsak to make his third season goal (74th). But it was not yet the end of the end: Kempe put it into the Towarteck (90th) with his direct free kick and made half a dozen full in a game that was finally sealing the descent of the violets.
Thanks to the slips of the competition from Bremen and St. Pauli, Darmstadt is in second place and will be a guest in Düsseldorf on Friday (6.30 p.m.). Aue, who now has to go back to the 3rd division after six years of second class, werks Werder Bremen on Sunday (1.30 p.m.).