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Max-Morlock-Stadion (Nürnberg)

FC Nurnberg 0-1 St Pauli

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St Pauli beat FC Nurnberg 1-0 in their 2. Bundesliga match at the Max-Morlock-Stadion in Nürnberg.

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63 mins — FC Nurnberg vs St Pauli 0-1 — Sobota goal vs FC Nurnberg
Match Stats

FC Nurnberg Starting Lineup

1 - T. Kirschbaum
33 - G. Margreitter
22 - E. Valentini
4 - Ewerton
23 - T. Leibold
38 - E. Löwen
13 - T. Werner
18 - H. Behrens
31 - O. Petrak
14 - K. Möhwald
7 - E. Salli

St Pauli Starting XI

30 - R. Himmelmann
16 - M. Hornschuh
6 - C. Avevor
15 - D. Buballa
7 - B. Nehrig
23 - J. Flum
28 - W. Sobota
14 - M. Dæhli
8 - J. Dudziak
31 - M. Litka
11 - S. Allagui

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