TSG Hoffenheim – 1. FSV Mainz 05 4: 1: Kramaric misses and scores

TSG Hoffenheim is marching towards the top of the Bundesliga table this season. There was a 4-1 (0-0) win against FSV Mainz 05.

Andrej Kramaric was relieved. The forward received a special hug from his team-mates, then the Croatian star willingly signed autographs and took selfies with fans. After three home defeats against FSV in a row, the Kraichgauer won 4:1 (0:0) against Mainz, who had been outnumbered for a long time. Kramaric scored once but also missed a penalty. In the end, however, the afternoon was saved for the 31-year-old.

“The red card was the sticking point, after that our footballing quality came into play,” emphasized Christoph Baumgartner on Sky. The good place in the table is a snapshot, it’s still early in the season: “But our demands internally are very high and we’re basically in a very good mood.”

Kramaric (53rd), Grischa Prömel (69th), Munas Dabbur (80th) and Pavel Kaderabek (90th + 2) scored for Hoffenheim, who won all three home games of the young season – such a series at the start of a season has never existed in the Kraichgau before.

Mainz’s Alexander Hack was sent off due to an emergency brake (41′). As a result, Kramaric missed his second penalty (44th) of the current season.

FSV sports director Martin Schmidt struggled with the course of the game on Sky: “We could have or even had to take the lead. After the 0: 1, the opponent was too strong with one man more. For us it is important that we are in the next games reward.”


About Admin

Check Also

Champions League today in the live ticker

Champions League today in the live ticker

FC Bayern Munich got off to an excellent start in the Champions League season, six …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.