Bundesliga game on Friday
Beer throws and Hertha’s late defeat cause trouble
Hertha BSC’s hopes of a small winning streak at the Weser Stadium in Bremen are not coming true. A World Cup contender makes the difference.
Sandro Schwartz had a hard time keeping his composure. A 1-0 defeat by Werder Bremen and the futile hopes of a short run in the Bundesliga hurt the Hertha coach, but also resulted in four beer mugs thrown at the Hertha BSS coach from the crowd after the final. whistle coach angry. “Antisocial and cowardly,” Schwartz called the action by “individuals” late Friday.
However, the 44-year-old specialist was not satisfied with the performance of his professionals either. Our big weakness is the offensive game,” said the coach of “Herta” about the game of the Berliners. Five minutes before the end, the capital club was knocked out by Nikla Fulkrug. Bad luck, said Schwartz, describing his fifth loss this season.
“It makes me angry,” Marvin Plattenhardt said. The left-back criticized the many turnovers in the attack. “It was actually a 0-0 game, but in the end we came out empty-handed.” After a close 2-1 win against Schalke 04 last Sunday, the continuation of the recent positive trend has already ended.
“However, we shouldn’t argue too long now, we have to keep our heads up because next week it will continue,” said Marco Richter. Then, however, Bayern Munich comes to the Olympic Stadium. With Bremen previously weak at home, Hertha missed the chance to break free from the relegation zone.
Unlike before, there is still no sign of crisis mood in the capital. “The mood is better in the whole club,” said Niklas Stark, former defender of “Hertha”, current player of Bremen. “When you lose it’s not the same as Halligally, it’s calmed down a bit.” However, the defender enjoyed Werder’s win. “It was a pretty special game,” Starc admitted.