Werder Bremen 2 – St. Pauli 1 (DFB Pokal, September 23, 2009) After St Pauli failed to clear their lines on the half hour, Aaron Hunt popped up to fire Werder into the lead. Charles Takyi looked to have secured extra time for the second divisioners by scoring 15 minutes from time but Naldo restored Bremen’s advantage with nine minutes remaining to see the hosts through.
Monchengladbach 0 – Duisburg 1 (DFB Pokal, September 22, 2009) Kristoffer Andersen won the match in injury time striking the sweet shot with the outside of his foot and hitting the upper right corner of the net.
Eintracht Trier 4 – Arminia Bielefeld 2 (AET) (DFB Pokal, September 22, 2009) Bielefeld’s Zlatko Janjic put his side ahead just seconds into the second period and then completed his brace in the 49th minute. Trier pulled one back on the hour when Sierra Leone striker Sahr Senesie struck, and Senesie drew his side level with 15 minutes to go converting from the spot. Trier completed their comeback in the 110th minute as Wilko Risser tapped in from close range. Senesie then added the gloss at the death as the striker sprinted into free space before firing home to complete his hat-trick.
Nurnberg 0 – Hoffenheim 1 (DFB Pokal, September 22, 2009) Swedish defender Per Nilsson put the visitors ahead in the 35th minute, and Hoffehheim never looked back.
Koblenz 4 – Energie Cottbus 2 (DFB Pokal, September 22, 2009)
Ahlen 2 – Greuther Furth 3 (DFB Pokal, September 22, 2009)