Hertha BSC – SC Freiburg 2: 2: After the Windhorst earthquake

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Hertha BSC - SC Freiburg 2: 2: After the Windhorst earthquake

Unimpressed by the big bang for investor Lars Windhorst, Hertha BSC scored a respectable win against the high-flyers SC Freiburg, but gambled away their first home win in the Bundesliga.

After the fifth game in a row without a defeat, it suddenly became very quiet in the Olympic Stadium. Instead of applause, Hertha BSC fans initially used the moment for silent protest. “Windhorst out of our club” was written on a banner in the east stand, which only broke their silence when the stadium anthem “Just home” was played.

Unimpressed by the big bang for investor Lars Windhorst, Hertha had just achieved a respectable success and beat SC Freiburg’s high-flyers 2-2 (1-1). The players then did not want to comment on the Windhorst cause, preferring to talk about sport. “Of course we’re proud of the series, but we could have won if we’d done something smarter,” said Berlin’s Marc Oliver Kempf DAZN.

Daniel-Kofi Kyereh (22nd) and Kevin Schade (78th) scored for Freiburg. Dodi Lukebakio (34th, hand penalty) and Suat Serdar (61st) had meanwhile turned the game for Hertha. Freiburg missed the chance to further break away from the top teams Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund in the top group.

“We have to be satisfied. We could have scored the second goal, but the tide turned with the penalty kick. Maybe we could have done better because of the first half,” said Freiburg’s Matthias Ginter: “It was intense, we have all our energy knocked out.”



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