Highlights

90'
+ 3

A DESERVED WIN FOR REGENSBURG

Well, that was some performance form the home side, who lay down yet another marker and extend their early season lead at the top. As for Schalke, it was a bad day at the office for them. A huge thank you for joining us and stay tuned for our match report and highlights on bundesliga.com.
Full-time
90'

Substitution

sub
Benedikt Saller
Benedikt Saller
sub
Erik Wekesser
Erik Wekesser
90'

Substitution

sub
Kaan Caliskaner
Kaan Caliskaner
sub
Andreas Albers
Andreas Albers
88'

Substitution

sub
Joël Zwarts
Joël Zwarts
sub
Sarpreet Singh
Sarpreet Singh
88'

Substitution

sub
Jann George
Jann George
sub
David Otto
David Otto
86'

THREE-GOAL LEAD RESTORED

Singh shows great control on the run and then absolutely wallops it beyond Fährmann to make it 4-1. A well-deserved goal for the on-loan Bayern man who has been superb today.
86'

Sarpreet Singh

GOAL!

4:1
Sarpreet Singh
Goal probability
Goal probability
Goal probability determines the likelihood that the ball will land in the goal from every position on the pitch. The value is based on large amounts of data from previous years; factors such as shot angle, distance to goal and opponent pressure - as well as mathematical models.
15 %
83'

Substitution

sub
Carlo Boukhalfa
Carlo Boukhalfa
sub
Max Besuschkow
Max Besuschkow
83'

Substitution

sub
Yaroslav Mikhailov
Yaroslav Mikhailov
sub
Victor Palsson
Victor Palsson
83'

Substitution

sub
Marvin Pieringer
Marvin Pieringer
sub
Dominick Drexler
Dominick Drexler
81'

SCHALKE HAVE ONE BACK

Well, we said it was all over but the visitors have managed to find the back of the net as Terrode taps home from close range. With 10 minutes to go, it will take something special for Schalke to take something from this game.
81'

Simon Terodde

GOAL!

3:1
Simon Terodde
Goal probability
Goal probability
Goal probability determines the likelihood that the ball will land in the goal from every position on the pitch. The value is based on large amounts of data from previous years; factors such as shot angle, distance to goal and opponent pressure - as well as mathematical models.
57 %
79'

Yellow card

yellowCard
Benedikt Gimber
Benedikt Gimber
73'

ALL OVER!

Any faint hope of a Schalke turnaround is now ended, with Otto nodding home to make it 3-0. If it stays like this, Regensburg will have won each of their last three league matches by a 3-0 scoreline.
73'

David Otto

GOAL!

3:0
David Otto
Goal probability
Goal probability
Goal probability determines the likelihood that the ball will land in the goal from every position on the pitch. The value is based on large amounts of data from previous years; factors such as shot angle, distance to goal and opponent pressure - as well as mathematical models.
5 %
71'

FÄHRMANN ALMOST CAUGHT OUT!

Regensburg lift the ball in from the right and Fährmann is almost lobbed. The Schalke keeper tips it over for a corner, though, and that may have been one for the cameras...
68'

TIME TO GO DIRECT?

Schalke have moved the ball nicely all afternoon but just can't find a way through Regensburg's excellent defence. Is it time for Schalke to mix it up? Matthew Hoppe is still waiting in the wings...
Passes
221
317
62'

Substitution

sub
Darko Churlinov
Darko Churlinov
sub
Reinhold Ranftl
Reinhold Ranftl
61'

CLINICAL REGENSBURG

It's fairly Even Stevens when it comes to attempts, but Regensburg have been far more clinical in front of goal.
Goal attempts
8off target
4on target
7off target
3on target
59'

Yellow card

yellowCard
Ko Itakura
Ko Itakura
55'

2-0 REGENSBURG!

Regensburg double their advantage with another beauty. Singh's free kick from the left isn't dealt with by Schalke and Breitkreuz, as he's falling, steers the ball back across goal and into the back of the net. Clinical from Regensburg.
55'

Steve Breitkreuz

GOAL!

2:0
Steve Breitkreuz
Goal probability
Goal probability
Goal probability determines the likelihood that the ball will land in the goal from every position on the pitch. The value is based on large amounts of data from previous years; factors such as shot angle, distance to goal and opponent pressure - as well as mathematical models.
3 %
53'

SCHALKE ON TOP

The away team continue to huff and puff at the Regensburg door but, much like the first half, they're struggling to carve out any clear cut chances.
47'

PENALTY SHOUT

An early appeal for a penalty from Schalke but it looks like some superb covering from Breitkreuz as Bülter is denied with the goal at his mercy. Drexler stings the palms of Meyer, in a lively opening from the away team.
46'

BACK UNDERWAY

The hosts get the ball rolling for the second half.
Kick-off!
45'
+ 4

SCHALKE CHANGE

We have a first sight of new signing Japan international Ko Itakura, who joined on-loan from English Premier League side Manchester City this week. He's coming on in the place of Flick.
45'
+ 4

Substitution

sub
Ko Itakura
Ko Itakura
sub
Florian Flick
Florian Flick
45'
+ 4

FINELY POISED

Possession paints an even first half and it's not wrong, but Regensburg have been the much livelier in attack and created out the best opportunities.
Possession (%)
5050
45'
+ 4

REGENSBURG LEAD AT THE BREAK

An enthralling first half comes to a close with Beste's beauty the difference. Schalke have had more of the ball but Regensburg have used it better and deserve the lead.
Half-time
45'
+ 3

HIGH AND WIDE

Regensburg continue to put Schalke on the back foot and they're finishing the strongest as the first half winds down. Besuschkow has a go from the edge of the box but his left-footed effort goes sailing over the bar.
45'

THREE MINUTES STOPPAGE TIME

Can Schalke find an equaliser before the break? They're certainly trying but it's Regensburg now pressing for a second...
42'

Yellow card

yellowCard
Erik Wekesser
Erik Wekesser
39'

TERRODE LETS FLY

Schalke's main man gets his first sight of goal and drills towards the far corner from the left edge of the Regensburg box but it's dealt with comfortably in the end by Meyer. Much better from Schalke, though, and they'll want to start getting Terodde much more involved.
37'

SCHALKE PRESSING

The Royal Blues are trying their best to force an equaliser before half time but they're meeting some stubborn resistance. They have, at least, managed a first shot on goal.
36'
Video Assistant Referee
SituationNo penalty
ReviewFoul?
DecisionNo penalty
30'

Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 30 minutes

Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 30 minutes
Through high-end camera technology and machine learning, the speed of each player is evaluated in real time. Top speed then means, the fastest measured single frame of a player/game.
1.
Konrad Faber
Konrad Faber33.39km/h
2.
Erik Wekesser
Erik Wekesser32.75km/h
3.
Marius Bülter
Marius Bülter31.98km/h
29'

A KEY BATTLE

Regensburg have been a menace from their left-flank, with Wekesser and Singh causing a lot of problems. It's keeping Ranftl from causing too many of his own the other way and making for a fascinating battle.
Duels won
6
6
Erik WekesserReinhold Ranftl
27'

NEARLY 2-0!

Regensburg should have doubled their lead here. A superb double save from Fährmann denies Otto after a rapid break and delicious ball in from Wekesser on the left. A let-off for Schalke.
24'

WATER BREAK

It's a warm old day in Bavaria so the players are now rehydrating. Watching a rerun of Buste's opener, it really is a cracker. His left foot places the ball just where he wants it and it nestles into the top corner. One to catch up on later, for sure.
21'

SCHALKE EDGING POSSESSION

The visitors have had more of the ball so far but haven't done too much with it. They're far from out of this though.
Possession (%)
4753
19'

END TO END BREAK

The game briefly opened up at both ends with a superb defensive block from Schalke almost leading to Terodde being set free at the other end but he just can't quite reach the pass and Meyer collects the ball comfortably.
17'

HOSTS IN CONTROL

The game has settled down a little since that opening goal burst us into life, with the home team controlling things. Schalke need some inspiration from somewhere.
10'

REGENSBURG TURNING THE SCREW

That goal - somewhat against the run of play - has brought Regensburg to life. It was sloppy from Schalek but a fine finish from Beste and it's Regensburg who are now camped on top of the visitors.
9'

REGENSBURG AHEAD

It's been a quiet opening from the hosts but they find themselves in front as they pounce on some sluggish Schalke defending before Beste fires home.
8'

Jan-Niklas Beste

GOAL!

1:0
Jan-Niklas Beste
Goal probability
Goal probability
Goal probability determines the likelihood that the ball will land in the goal from every position on the pitch. The value is based on large amounts of data from previous years; factors such as shot angle, distance to goal and opponent pressure - as well as mathematical models.
2 %
3'

SCHALKE ON THE FRONT FOOT

It's a very positive start from the away side who have the league leaders pinned in their own box early on. Schalke look to work an opportunity for a sight on goal but are crowded out.
1'

WE'RE OFF!

Here we go...
Kick-off!

WAITING IN THE WINGS

As you can see in Schalke's Twitter post below, the club have a couple of new faces on the bench today. Both Churlinov and Itakura are in line to make their debuts and will be itching to get going.

10 MINUTES UNTIL KICK-OFF

Just 10 minutes to go now before we kick-off today's action from a sunny Jahnstadion Regensburg. Can the hosts make it four wins on the spin or will we see Schalke find top gear? We'll soon find out...

HOPPE ON THE BENCH

USA international Matthew Hoppe starts on the bench for the visitors who have sprung a little surprise in their line-up. We have them down as a four at the back but the attack-minded Reinhold Ranftl has been brought in on the right and that could see a shift to a three-man defence with wing backs. One to keep an eye on when we get underway.

SCHALKE TEAM

Schalke: Fährmann - Ranftl, Thiaw, Kaminski, Ouwejan - Flick, Palsson - Zalazar, Drexler - Bülter, Terodde Subs: Langer, Aydin, Becker, Churlinov, Hoppe, Itakura, Mikhailov, Pieringer, Wouters

REGENSBURG UNCHANGED

Unsurprisingly, the home side are unchanged after three wins from three and back-to-back 3-0 wins over Sandhausen and Kiel. On-loan Bayern Munich man Sarpreet Singh will be one to watch, with the New Zealand international starting the season in red-hot form. He's scored one and produced a league-high three assists already.

REGENSBURG TEAM

Regensburg: Meyer - Faber, Breitkreuz, Kennedy, Wekesser - Besuschkow, Gimber - Beste, Singh - Albers, Otto Subs: Kunz, Saller, Nachreiner, Elvedi, George, Boukhalfa, Caliskaner, Makridis, Zwarts

WELCOME TO REGENSBURG vs. SCHALKE!

Hello and a very warm welcome to our live coverage of what promises to be a Bundesliga 2 belter this afternoon as league leaders Jahn Regensburg take on Schalke. It should be a cracker, so let's get stuck in with the team news...