After the sometimes surprising results on Saturday, there were no sensations in the 1 p.m. games on Sunday. Bundesliga promoted FC Schalke 04 and second division club SV Sandhausen made it through to the second round of the DFB Cup with impressive success. Under the new coach Frank Kramer, the Revierclub won 5-0 (4-0) at the regional league club Bremer SV in Oldenburg on Sunday.
The big favorite from the Ruhr area gave the regional league promoted no chance from the start in front of 10,000 spectators in Oldenburg, 40 kilometers from Bremen. Even without the ailing Simon Terodde and Danny Latza, but with seven newcomers, the Kramer team dominated the hosts at will.
Rodrigo Zalazar gave Schalke the quick lead after just three minutes. Two minutes later, another player should have scored: Former Bochum player Sebastian Polter failed with a penalty kick on BSV goalkeeper Malte Seemann. Drexler then scored the second goal. The offensive player hit the far corner with a shot.
The defense around the central defender Maya Yoshida, who was signed from Genoa and who played as captain on Sunday, had few problems against the team of ex-Bundesliga striker Torsten Gütschow. Only an attempt by Allah Aid Hamid narrowly missed the Schalke goal (13′). On the other side, Drexler was able to increase again. An own goal by Bremen captain Sebastian Kmiec made it 4-0 at the break (39′).
After the 0:12 against FC Bayern Munich in the first round of the cup last season, Bremer SV showed more courage after the break. Nikky Goguadze tested the new Schalke keeper Alexander Schwolow (47th) with a shot from 16 meters.
Schalke coach Kramer replaced the brother of Bayern star Leroy Sané in Sidi Sané. Sturm partner Polter remained in the spotlight for the time being. The attacker missed the fifth goal several times. Defender Marcin Kaminski did better, heading in after a corner to make it 5-0 (83′).
The professional kickers from Gelsenkirchen only had a cold shower after the final whistle. Due to the energy crisis, the city of Oldenburg has turned off the water heating in all city sports facilities during the school holidays, including the Marschweg Stadium.
SV Sandhausen also had no problems at BSV Rehden. The second division tenth won the Lower Saxony club from the Regionalliga Nord 4-0 (3-0). The team from the district of Diepholz could hardly oppose the superior Kurpfälzer.
The double goal scorer Janik Bachmann (23rd/45th minute), Ahmed Kutucu (32nd) and Alexander Schirow (51st) ensured in front of around 1500 spectators that Sandhausen won at no point in time.
1. FC Kaan-Marienborn – 1. FC Nuremberg 0:2
TSG Neustrelitz – Karlsruher SC 0:8
Dynamo Dresden – VfB Stuttgart 0:1
1860 Munich – Borussia Dortmund 0:3
FC Viktoria Berlin – VfL Bochum 0:3
SV Straelen – FC St. Pauli 3:4
Jahn Regensburg – 1. FC Cologne 4: 3
VfB Lübeck – Hansa Rostock 1:0
SV Elversberg – Bayer Leverkusen 4:3
FC Unity Wernigerode – SC Paderborn 0:10
FV Illertissen – 1. FC Heidenheim 0:2
SpVgg Bayreuth – Hamburger SV 1: 3 a.V.
Kickers Offenbach – Fortuna Düsseldorf 1:4
Carl Zeiss Jena – VfL Wolfsburg 0:1
Stuttgart Kickers – SpVgg Greuther Furth 2-0
BSV Rehden – SV Sandhausen 0:4
Bremen SV – FC Schalke 04 0:5
FV Engers – Arminia Bielefeld
TSV Schott Mainz – Hanover 96
SV Rödinghausen – TSG Hoffenheim
1. FC Kaiserslautern – SC Freiburg
SV Oberachern – Borussia Monchengladbach
BW Lohne vs FC Augsburg
Eintracht Braunschweig vs Hertha BSC
SV Waldhof Mannheim – Holstein Kiel
FC Erzgebirge Aue – 1. FSV Mainz 05
Monday, August 1st
Chemnitz FC – 1. FC Union Berlin
FC Ingolstadt – Darmstadt 98
Energie Cottbus – Werder Bremen
1. FC Magdeburg – Eintracht Frankfurt
Tuesday, August 30th
Teutonia Ottensen 05 – RB Leipzig
Wednesday 31 August
FC Viktoria Koln – FC Bayern Munich