Professional soccer has resumed in Germany after a two-month break with four games in the second division taking place behind closed doors

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CIARÁN FAHEY AP Sports Writer

May 16, 2020, 11:37 AM

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BERLIN — Professional soccer resumed in Germany after a two-month break with four games in the second division on Saturday taking place behind closed doors.

South Korea midfielder Lee Jae-sung scored the first goal in the division to give Holstein Kiel the lead at Jahn Regensburg. He celebrated by giving teammates fist bumps.

The games were the first since soccer was put on hold March 13

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