Bundesliga: Hertha against Gladbach: 1-0 – “Shut up!” Violent trouble with Hertha victory

Gladbach would have liked this goal judge too …

Hertha beat Borussia 1-0 in front of 25,000 spectators, celebrated their second win in a row and climbed past Gladbach to tenth place in the table.

But hardly anyone speaks about it afterwards. Because the DANEBEN is much more exciting than what happens on the pitch!

50th minute: Long ball in half the score. In front of the Berliner Bank, Elvedi and Piatek go to the ball. The Gladbacher heads the ball, but hits the Pole on the head with his elbow. The Berliner Bank jumps up immediately. Referee Cortus whistles free kick. And suddenly Gladbach manager Max Eberl (48) explodes!

The ex-professional yells – heard well on TV – in the direction of those responsible in Berlin: “This is not a foul game! He jumps up and heads. “And then in the direction of Hertha sports director Arne Friedrich (42):” Shut up, Arne! “

Then Eberl sits down, but doesn’t want to calm down. Because the Berliners also call back something, Eberl gets up again and shouts: “Hey, what’s wrong with you?”

Only when the game continues, does the Gladbacher sit down again.

To the game: Match winner for Hertha is someone who almost ended up in Gladbach – Marco Richter (23)!

The Augsburg foals had offered 10 million euros for him in 2019. But Eberl flashed off! Two years later he went to Hertha for around 7 million euros – and is now scoring against Borussia …

40th minute: The ball comes to Richter from the back of the ex-Berlin net (whistled every time the ball touches, replaced at the break). He doesn’t hit the ball properly and can still cheer! He makes it 1-0 with a side puller.

For Richter it is the second goal in the Hertha jersey. He had already netted in Frankfurt (2: 1) the previous week.

Hertha hits, Gladbach kicks!

During the break, the guests came 13 times, the Berliners 7 times. Synonymous with the most foul half of the season!

The best – and almost only – chance to equalize is whistled away by referee Cortus. In front of Plea’s goal (71), Embolo is offside. Right!

Despite 6-0 corners and clear superiority, Gladbach lost for the fourth time this season and slipped to twelfth place.


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