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Karlsruhe caught a fairy-tale start on the road as the visitor' s stunned Hamburg with the opener at the 4th minute. Rouwen Hennings unleashed a left-footed hammer from the edge of the box into the bottom right corner.
The early goal played into Karlsruhe's hands as they were able to focus on fast breaks meanwhile uninspired Hamburg were forced to dictate the proceedings on the pitch.
However, the second-division club were able to keep the hosts on the distance therefore Pierre-Michel Lasogga's long range effort remained the only note worthy chance of the first division team.
After the restart, Karlsruhe had the chance to double the lead on the road but Manuel Torres and Dimitrij Nazarov rattled the bar within seconds, giving Hamburg the chance to score the crucial equalizer on home soil. Ivo Il.