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Germany: Hertha BSC lost 0: 1 in Mainz – Sport

Saturday, September 23rd, 2017 | bitcoin updates


Rune Jarstein pounced on the pitch. Frustration and anger had to go. The goalkeeper of Hertha BSC, who had his fingertips but the ball was not able to defend the penalty by Pablo de Blasis. Anger because it was the penalty for FSV Mainz 05 only after the intervention of the video assistant. Referee Tobias Stieler had even gone to the side line to see the scene on the monitor itself. He recognized a punishable body check from Karim Rekik at the Mainzer Yoshinori Muto, to the annoyance of the Berliners. It was the play-defining scene. De Blasis scored early in the second half to the 1-0 (0-0) final. In the grandstands in Mainz, Saturday afternoon was a lot of red. This is not surprising because the club colors of FSV Mainz 05 are red and white; however, it was in the concrete case that many of the red seats in the arena were not occupied. After the first half in the game between the Mainzer and Hertha BSC, one also got an idea why this is so. The 23.517 spectators were not able to see the deafness of football. Hertha's coach Pal Dardai had carefully turned around this time in the fifth game of the past 14 days. Only two changes were made by the Hungarian. Niklas Stark and Vladimir Darida had to go to the substitute bank, but Sebastian Langkamp and Fabian Lustenberger returned to the starting lineup. The Mainz coach Sandro Schwarz had massively changed his team after the unfortunate 2: 3 home defeat against Hoffenheim during the week, ordered a total of five new ones in the initial formation. The game of the table fifteen also looked exactly like this: after the game of a team, the completely re-spooled. Much seemed to be due to chance, all offensive efforts were already sent off in the midfield. Hertha seemed a little better organized, but also did not shine through a stringent attack game, so the appeal of the performance was quite manageable. Both goalkeepers Rune Jarstein and René Adler did not get a single ball in the first half. And so you had to enjoy the situations that could have been dangerous. So when Jean-Philippe Gbamin got the ball as the last man of the Mainzer not under control, Salomon Kalou in between went, Adler however took care and still clarified could. On the other side, Langkamp dug into a steep pass just at the right moment. If he had not got his foot to the ball, two Mainz's could have run free on Jarstein. The Japanese Yoshinori Muto came closest to the Berlin goal. His headball, however, flew several meters past the post. After the break, it became somewhat more lively. Already in the 50th minute the spectators were allowed to admire the first shot on goal. After a flank of Giulio Donati, Fabian Frei came to the head of Hertha's five-space. The Swiss, however, put too little force into his attempt so that Jarstein had no trouble catching the ball. Four minutes later, the Norwegian was then powerless against de Blasis' placed penalty. Its origins may lead to further discussions about the video. The Berlin protested. Rekik even saw yellow. However, Mouto was also warned – because the referee had looked at the view of the videobilder.Hertha had to give up his defensive attitude now. Dardai brought the somewhat more offensive Darida for Per Skjelbred, later also Alexander Esswein and Valentin Stocker. But the Berliners were hard with the now subordinate Mainzers. Still, Hertha had the chance to equalize. Fabise Lustenberger's free-kick was blocked by Ibisevic, but the captain, now ten minutes without a Bundesliga, crossed the ball with his left-hand cross. Half of the second half was already around. It took even 82 minutes before the Mainz goalkeeper Adler had to defend a ball for the first time. After a distance shot from Stocker, he stretched out and grabbed the ball with his fingertips. The visitors' final effort was made even more difficult because Ibisevic saw Red at the last minute. Apparently, he had offended the referee. (Tsp)

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