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Other Happenings to Care About | April 11-12, 2014

Kaiserslautern score late shorthanded, Eintracht Braunschweig sink deeper into relegation, and Real Madrid ease passed Almeria before the Copa del Rey Final

Denis Doyle

Germany DFB-Pokal: 1. FC Kaiserslautern 1. FC Kaiserslautern

FC St. Pauli (2-3) 1. FC Kaiserslautern

1-0 John Verhoek (14')
1-1 Srdjan Lakic (31')
2-1 Markus Karl (61')
2-2 Florian Kringe (89')
3-2 Ruben Jenssen (90+7')

For the second consecutive week, Kaiserslautern hang tough after going down to 10 men. This time Kaiserslautern were rewarded with an extra time goal from the left foot of Ruben Jenssen, what was eventually the last kick of the match. The Rote Teufel scored three goals for the first time in the Rückrunde after doing so six times during the Hinrunde, although doing so against the St. Pauli is not as impressive. Kosta Runjiac has kept his side organized, something Kaiserslautern will have to be if they want a chance against Bayern.

Kaiserslautern XI (4-4-2): Sippel – Zimmer, Orban, Torrejón, Löwe – Matmour, Karl, Jenssen, Idrissou (Occéan 86') – Lakic, Zoller (Heintz 90')

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