Five extra minutes added onto the 90.
Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 90 minutes
Masaya Okugawa 33.93km/h
Robin Hack 33.60km/h
Frederik Jäkel 32.61km/h
Omar Abdel Megeed
Bello is sent away down the left and nobody's catching him. The American plays a low ball into the box to Lasme, who tries to finish from the left og goal but again finds Heuer Fernandes in his way.
Been a while
Benes's goal is his first since March 2021 for Augsburg away at Hertha in the Bundesliga. He tries to get a second but it's straight at Kapino.
Benes makes them pay!
Pretty much straight up the other end, HSV pour forward. Benes has options left and right but decides to go himself from left of centre, curling one on his left foot across Kapino and into the far top corner.
GOAL!0 : 2
Huge chance to level as Klos flicks on Oczipka's corner and it sits up for Jäkel, but the defender is denied from close range by Heuer Fernandes.
And it's time for the substitutions, including American defender George Bello.
Königsdörffer tries his luck
It's bending in but Kapino is equal to it and parries to safety.
Hamburg dominated the shot count before the break by 9-2. Now it's 5-3 in Bielefeld's favour just 10 minutes into this half.
Bielefeld on the break through Klos. Okugawa is racing up the middle but pulled back by Heyer. Referee Fritz sees it but waves advantage before calling the HSV defender over to show him a card.
Much more lively from the hosts as Okugawa gets onto a long ball and tries a first-time shot but can't hit the target.
Bielefeld straight on the attack as Klos tries to pick out Okugawa, but the ball just evades the Japan international.
Neither coach sees the need to change their team for the second half.
Doesn't bode well
Bielefeld find themselves 1-0 down at half-time for the fourth game in a row. The last time they turned around a deficit after 45 minutes was in January 2019 away at Dresden (4-3 after 3-1). HSV have won their last seven league games when leading at the break. It's 33 games unbeaten with a half-time advantage (W23, D10).
Jeers ring out from the home support as the half-time whistle goes. They've struggled to get into this one. Admittedly, they have limited HSV to little in terms of clear-cut chances but one telling mistake has allowed the visitors to claim the advantage.
On the stroke of half-time, Hamburg pour forward again. They stand off Kittel and allow him to play the ball left to Glatzel. The angle is good for his stronger right foot but he puts it too close to Kapino.
Off the bar!
Inches away from a second for HSV as a corner isn't cleared and lands at the feet of Vuskovic on the edge of the area. Sweet hit from the centre-back, Kapino is beaten, but his crossbar comes to his rescue.
Too far for Klos
Hack has been the liveliest for Bielefeld and digs out a cross from the left looking for Klos, but it's too high even for the big man.
Clinical from HSV
Confidence is really flowing in this HSV team now. Glatzel comes deep to pick up the ball. Spins and plays in Königsdörffer, but he's denied under pressure by Kapino.
Finally a new name
Königsdörffer ends Glatzel's record of being HSV's only goalscorer this season. It's the youngster's first league goal for the club following his summer move from Dresden.
Speed check: The fastest player in the game after 30 minutes
Masaya Okugawa 33.93km/h
Miro Max Maria Muheim 32.55km/h
Silvan Sidler 32.35km/h
Königsdörffer punishes Bielefeld!
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GOAL!0 : 1
It's over 30 degrees in Bielefeld today so we'll have a one-minute break for drinks and a quick tactical discussion.
Danger from 18 yards
Quick passing from HSV sees three players presented with a chance at a shot but none get one away. Königsdörffer then goes down under a challenge from Okugawa in the box, but referee Fritz waves play on as Bielefeld go up the other end but are halted by an offside flag.
First attacking chance of note for the hosts as Hack tries to spin Heyer on the left of the box and is tripped. His free-kick is curled towards the far post but evades all blue shirts on its way through.
Kittel whips one
Teasing cross from the right as HSV continue to push forward - goalkeeper Heuer Fernandes is even inside the centre circle - but this ball is just behind Glatzel lurking in the middle.
The first attack of the game comes from the visitors as Glatzel flicks a ball around the corner for Königsdörffer up the right. The summer signing crosses looking for white shirts in the box, but it's cut out.
Teams are out
Bielefeld captain Fabian Klos gives a lengthy pre-match pep talk to the team as they gather in a circle before kick-off. Can they get on the board today?
By no means a rare occurrence in Bundesliga 2, but this game is a sell-out, including around 3-4,000 travelling HSV fans, as the SchüoArena rises to its collective feet in song before the teams emerge.
HSV’s ball-playing defenders
Hamburg top the division for possession with an average of 63 per cent – Bielefeld are 12th with just 48 per cent – and it all starts at the back for Die Rothosen, where captain Sebastian Schonlau has completed 94 per cent of his passes and central defensive partner Mario Vuskovic comes in even better at 96 per cent. They are the top two in the league for completion rate out of all players who have made at least 75 passes.
Division’s best tackler
Although Bielefeld have conceded seven times, their new centre-back from Heidenheim – Oliver Hüsing – has proven he’s one of the most difficult defenders to get past in Bundesliga 2, winning 42 out of his 52 challenges. His 81 per cent success rate is the best of all players in the division.
Tight in all areas
HSV have conceded just once over the first three matchdays, compared to five at the same stage last season. It means they’ve amassed six points from scoring just three goals. They had previously always netted at least six times over the first three games of a Bundesliga 2 campaign. And the stats show they could have and probably should have scored more, with an xG value of 5.1.
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Decent recent record
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Never lost opening four
This is the third time Bielefeld have started a Bundesliga 2 campaign without a point after three games (after 1987/88 and 2010/11). On each previous occasion they were relegated by finishing bottom. However, they picked up their first points on Matchday 4 each time. In 1987 they drew 0-0 with Rot-Weiss Essen, and it was a 1-0 win over Ingolstadt in 2010. The class of 2022 will want to avoid making unwanted history today.
Milestone for Arminia
This is the club's 750th game in Bundesliga 2. They are the 12th club to reach that milestone.
HSV coach Tim Walter:
"It's about force and energy in Bielefeld. That's the only way you can get a result there. It'll be tough, even if Arminia haven't won a point in their first three league games. That have lots of individual quality."
Bielefeld coach Uli Forte
"HSV have had a better start than us - we can say that. We hope we can take advantage of their not so good periods at the weekend. In terms of tactics, HSV like to take the game in their hands. That suits us."
Both sides are unchanged from their games last week.
Raab, Bilbija, Benes, Leibold, Opoku, David, Megeed, Heil, Andresen
Heuer Fernandes - Heyer, Vuskovic, Schonlau (c), Muheim - Rohr, Meffert, Reis - Königsdörffer, Glatzel, Kittel
Schulz, Klünter, Ramos, Lasme, Consbruch, Krüger, Bello, Andrade, Kanuric
Kapino - Sidler, Jäkel, Hüsing, Oczipka - Vasiliadis, Rzatkowski - Okugawa, Hack - Klos, Serra
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Welcome along to today's live Bundesliga 2 coverage as relegated Arminia Bielefeld take on promotion hopefuls Hamburg at the SchücoArena.