Arminia Bielefeld returns to the Bundesliga eleven years later

Arminia Bielefeld will return eleven years later to the Bundesliga after mathematically certifying the promotion this Tuesday thanks to the stumbling Hamburg, who could not pass the tie (1-1) at home with the Osnabruck.

The set of Bielefeld, who achieved his eighth promotion to the highest category of German football, needed Hamburg not to win to seal passport to Bundesliga.

A result that seemed complicated after overtaking the Hamburg on the scoreboard thanks to a goal from the Austrian striker Martin Harnik after 35 minutes of play.

But the lack of defensive security of the Hamburg, who has conceded “too many goals in recent games”, as Harnik himself lamented at the conclusion of the match, allowed visitors to equalize in the second half.

Osnabruck player Moritz Heyer signed the final 1-1 in the 57th minute when he finished completely alone inside the area a ball rejected by the goalkeeper Hamburg Julien Pollersbeck.

A bit that, in the end, meant the mathematical rise of the Arminia Bielefeld without waiting for the game that will face him next Thursday at home with the Darmstadt.

The Hamburg He could lose, in the absence of two days for the conclusion of the German second division championship, the second place he currently occupies, the last one that guarantees direct promotion, if the Stuttgart expires this Wednesday at the Mercedes-Benz Arena at Sandhausen.