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2019-20 DFB Pokal First Round recap ahead of Second Round Draw

With the draw for the Second Round of the DFB Pokal on Sunday, we look back on the First Round results.

Energie Cottbus v FC Bayern Muenchen - DFB Cup Photo by TF-Images/Getty Images

On Sunday, former Borussia Dortmund and Schalke defender Christoph Metzelder and current Germany U21 manager Stefan Kuntz will carry out the draw for the Second Round of the 2019-20 DFB Pokal.

Ahead of that draw, let’s look back at the results of Round 1.

Friday, August 9

The First Round of the DFB Pokal kicked off on Friday with one of the Bundesliga’s biggest teams, Borussia Dortmund, taking on KFC Uerdingen. Dortmund were held for 45 minutes, but they turned things around in the second half to put away the 3.Liga side. The other two matches on the day saw Borussia Monchengladbach down Sandhausen, and 2.Bundesliga side Nurnberg downing Ingolstadt, who are down in the 3.Liga this season.

Full Results

KFC Uerdingen 0-2 Borussia Dortmund
Ingolstadt 0-1 Nurnberg
Sandhausen 0-1 Borussia Monchengladbach

KFC Uerdingen - Borussia Dortmund Photo by Marius Becker/picture alliance via Getty Images

Saturday, August 10

Saturday brought about two big upsets with Bundesliga clubs Mainz and Augsburg getting eliminated. Kaiserslautern, now playing in the 3.Liga, scored twice in the second half to bounce Mainz from the tournament. Regionalliga club SC Verl grabbed two quick goals to put Augsburg behind in the first half hour and then held on for the last hour to send the Bundesliga club packing. What a day.

OF NOTE: Claudio Pizarro scored two goals for Werder Bremen within the first ten minutes of him walking on the field.

Full Results

Kaiserslautern 2-0 Mainz
Alemannia Aachen 1-4 Bayer Leverkusen
Dassendorf 0-3 Dynamo Dresden
Villingen 1-3 (aet) Fortuna Dusseldorf
SV Drochtersen/Assel 0-5 Schalke
Viktoria Berlin 0-1 Arminia Bielefeld
SC Verl 2-1 Augsburg
Wacker Nordhausen 1-4 Erzgebirge Aue
Magdeburg 0-1 (aet) Freiburg
Wurzburger Kickers 3-3 (4-5 penalties) Hoffenheim
Baunatal 2-3 Bochum
SSV Ulm 0-2 Heidenheim
Atlas Delmenhorst 1-6 Werder Bremen

SC Verl v FC Augsburg - DFB Cup Photo by Maja Hitij/Bongarts/Getty Images

Sunday, August 11

Four upsets became two on Saturday when both Hamburg and Koln pulled out victories over Chemnitzer and Wehen Wiesbade on penalties. Before those went final, Saarbrucken and Duisburg overcame 2.Bundesliga clubs Jahn Regensburg and Greuther Furth. Elsewhere, it was all chalk with Bundesliga and 2.Bundesliga clubs going through to the next round including Union Berlin, Eintracht Frankfurt, Hertha Berlin, and RB Leipzig.

Full Results

FSV Salmroh 0-6 Holstein Kiel
Germania Halberstadt 0-6 Union Berlin
Rodinghausen 3-3 (2-4 penalties) Paderborn
Waldhof Mannheim 3-5 Eintracht Frankfurt
Oberneuland 1-6 Darmstadt
Saarbrucken 3-2 Jahn Regensburg
Lubeck 3-3 (3-4 penalties) St. Pauli
Eichstatt 1-5 Hertha Berlin
Osnabruck 2-3 RB Leipzig
Chemnitzer 2-2 (5-6 penalties) Hamburg
Duisburg 2-0 Greuther Furth
Wehen Wiesbaden 3-3 (2-3 penalties) Koln

1. FC Saarbrücken - Regensburg Jahn Photo by Oliver Dietze/picture alliance via Getty Images

Monday, August 12

The highlight of Monday’s games was, of course, Bayern Munich rolling to a 3-1 victory against Cottbus. Wolfsburg needed extra time to knock of 3.Liga side Hallescher. Stuttgart survived against Hansa Rostock, while Karlsruher downed Hannover in what some would consider an upset but shouldn’t be due to the state of Hannover.

Full Results

Hallescher 3-5 (aet) Wolfsburg
Karlsruher 2-0 Hannover
Hansa Rostock 0-1 Stuttgart
Energie Cottbus 1-3 Bayern Munich

FC Hallescher - VfL Wolfsburg Photo by Hendrik Schmidt/picture alliance via Getty Images

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