Ken Reichel's 92nd minute volley saw Eintracht Braunschweig earn a late, great 1-0 win over fellow promotion hopefuls, Dynamo Dresden.
Following their nil-nil draw with SpVgg Greuther Fürth in mid-week, Torsten Lieberknecht made four changes to the side that started against the Shamrocks. Quirin Moll (10 yellows), Joseph Baffo, Christoffer Nyman and Domi Kumbela (all benched) were replaced by Hendrick Zuck, Niko Kijewski, Jan Hochscheidt and Suleiman Abdullahi.
As for Dynamo, they were still on a high after a late show saw them beat 1. FC Heidenheim 2-1 on Wednesday. Uwe Neuhaus' only alteration was enforced, with Marvin Stefaniak absent due to suspension. Andreas Lambertz was brought in as his replacement.
Dull first half
The first 20 minutes were tight and tense, with neither side able to make much in the way of early movement. Onel Hernandez and Abdullahi had early attempts blocked and fly off target, while Hochscheidt looked impressive through the middle. Dynamo's influence on...