Sandhausen - SV Sandhausen preserved their unbeaten record on home soil in the Bundesliga 2 with a come-from-behind 3-2 victory over SC Paderborn 07.

It was the visitors who started the stronger of the two teams though, taking the lead when Jens Wemmer’s threatening cross found Elias Kachunga, who prodded home with a true poacher’s effort. However, Sandhausen fought back as Ranisav Jovanovic fired through the legs of Daniel Lück to send the sides in level at the break. Paderborn wasted little time in retaking the lead though, when Alban Meha's dipping free-kick beat Manuel Riemann all ends up to find the bottom corner. With the home fans behind them the hosts then enjoyed their most promising period of play and took full advantage to register a quickfire double. David Ulm brought Alois Schwartz's side level from the spot after Daniel Brückner had felled Manuel Steifler inside the area before Nicky Adler rose highest to head home at the back post, clinching Sandhausen's fifth win of the current campaign.