German-born Ghanaian right-winger Kingsley Schindler did his best but it was not enough as Hannover 96 suffered a heavy defeat in the Bundesliga II clash with Greuther Fürth.
It was a day to forget for Hannover 96 fans as their club were walloped 4-1 by Greuther Fürth on Sunday.
The 27-year-old set up Hannover’s only goal in the match. Schindler was playing at the right-back position but gave a positive account of himself, especially in attack.
The home side couldn’t contain his pace on the right and managed to pick out Hendrik Weydandt with a beautiful cross. The substitute headed into the net for the consolation goal.
He was substituted in the 74th minute.
His compatriot, Patrick Twumasi made an appearance for Hannover 96.
Schindler proved his versatility yet again after head coach Kenan Kocak decided to play him at right-back.
It was the fourth time this season that he has featured in what is increasingly becoming his new role.
Schindler has thus far played six matches in the second-tier league this season.
Schindler, born to Ghanaian parents in Hamburg, has reiterated his desire to play for the Black Stars and he is working hard to get that dream call-up.