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- FC Heidenheim has been conciliating its eighth season in the 2nd Bundesliga after a break-in in the final sprint.
The team of coach Frank Schmidt defeated Karlsruher SC 2-0 (2-0) on the last matchday and took sixth place.
It was the second threesome in a row after four games with just one point.
For the KSC it was the seventh game in a row without a win.
Kevin Sessa (38th/42nd) scored the goals for the home strong Heidenheimers.
The guests initially had more of the game and developed the majority of the chances.
The future Bochumer Philipp Hofmann (5th) and Kilian Jakob (36th) met aluminum.
Sessa managed the Heidenheim lead a bit surprisingly.
Only four minutes later he added his second goal of the season.