In the 59th minute, Daniel Hanslik completed a counterattack over four stops with a shot into the near corner to give the Palatinate the lead. After the dull 0-0 in the first leg, the four-time German champions were the more precise of two attacking teams.

FCK keeper Matheo Raab then held on to victory with strong saves against Christoph Daferner (63′), Oliver Batista Meier (71′) and Panagiotis Vlachodimos (86′). Dresden made an effort, but was unable to end its catastrophic second half of the season with a happy ending.

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In the second minute of added time, Philipp Hercher made everything clear for Lautern. After that, Dynamo fans set off numerous firecrackers, set their own block on fire and caused an interruption of several minutes – this did not change anything about the relegation of the Dresden team. The police protected the Lauterer players, who celebrated their rise after four years in the third division in front of their fans.

A total of over 1,100 police officers were involved in the game. They registered several crimes. According to the investigators, home and away fans burned off pyrotechnics for the first time even before the game kicked off. In addition, a rocket was fired from the guest block in the direction of the home fans. The police are now investigating on suspicion of attempted dangerous bodily harm. During the game, both fan camps also ignited pyrotechnics several times.

According to the police, a group of about 30 unknown home fans is also being investigated. They are said to have illegally gained access to the stadium building and injured two folders. The suspicion of breach of the peace is in the room. After stones were thrown at a bus, investigations into property damage were also initiated.

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The original to this post “After relegation: Dresden fans set their own block on fire” comes from Mopo.