0:2 vs Hertha BSC: HSV missed promotion to the Bundesliga | NDR.de – Sports

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HSV missed promotion to the Bundesliga. After winning 1-0 in the first leg of the relegation at Hertha Berlin, Hamburg lost 2-0 (0-1) to the Berlin players in front of their fans.

by Hano Bod

When HSV’s latest desperate attack faded on Monday night and referee Deniz Aiteken called off the match after six minutes of added time, many tears flowed down the out-of-doors Volkspark. Coach Tim Walter, who had two glass eyes, tried to offer solace in these difficult moments for him and his players. Substitute goalkeeper Tom Mikel, good team spirit, and striker Bekri Jatta cried on the bench as the coach sat down and hugged them. The three presented a picture of misery. Abschlach’s unofficial HSV anthem!: “I love Hamburg so much.”

“It hurts a lot today. Tomorrow it will hurt a lot as well. But we will sit down again soon and look forward,” said midfielder Jonas Meffert, who failed to relegate last year with Holstein Keel. Captain Sebastian Schönlau added a self-criticism from the perspective of the mixed performance in Hamburg: “We didn’t do our own thing all season today.”

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HSV really picked up their pace towards the end of the second division season, but maybe it’s a bit too late. In relegation, the Hanseatic League lost to Hertha Berlin. Photo Gallery

Fans give relief to Walter-Elf

The fact that Walter-Elf received cheering applause from his fans despite a shattered dream of promotion attests to the recognition of HSV’s best season since its first touchdown four years and eleven days ago. With the youngest team in the second division, Hamburg finished third after three fourth places. W: Unlike after the first three seasons in the First Division, the traditional club now has a team with prospects. A team with quality and mindset.

“I’m really proud of my team. I’m proud to be the coach here. And I’m proud that the spectators are cheering for it,” Walter said to the NDR. “We will rise again, but at this moment there is only a void,” said the 46-year-old. While he will make a new attempt in the direction of the elite class with Hamburger next year, coach Hertha and HSV legend Felix Magath said goodbye to ‘Big City Club’ after his successful rescue mission.

HSV player Jonas Meffert was disappointed.  © WITTERS Photo: TimGroothuis

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HSV in the first half without a chance to score

In the first half, in front of 55,000 spectators, HSV could not repeat its convincing performance in Berlin. After 45 minutes, the hosts did not score a goal worth mentioning. Their poor defensive performance was much heavier than their non-fiction offensive performance, which was marked by several poor passes. Guest captain Dedrick Boyata managed to curl a Marvin Platnhardt corner kick into the net after almost 240 seconds without a hitch. Referee Aitken did not see the fact that the Belgian kicked Jonas Meffert out of the match with a small kick as a violation of the rules.

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The Berlin players then showed a greater presence in the duels, repeatedly putting the ball-carrying HSV player under pressure and, after winning the ball, were quicker to act than the home team, which was a better opponent in its class both behind the scenes and behind the scenes. The first duel seemed to be impressed. Walter’s side had goalkeeper Daniel Hoyer Fernandez to thank for not falling 2-0 behind in the first half. The 29-year-old parried a powerful shot from Lucas Tousart brilliantly (31′).

HSV coach Tim Walter (left) comforts goalkeeper Daniel Hoyer Fernandez © WITTERS

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HSV came out of the locker room with a different body language, now looking more determined and making his first offensive exclamation point after the break with a Moritz Heyer long-range shot, which was blocked by Oliver Christensen (49′). The Berlin goalkeeper, who was said to have been on Hamburg’s wish list last summer, didn’t do much at first.

Although the Hanseatic League tried very hard, it did not develop any penetrating power in the attack. After all, the defense now left a somewhat more stable impression. From the match, Hertha was not serious. But another dead ball made the score 2-0. Blatthardt hit a free kick in the net of Heuer Fernandez in the far corner (63). The Ranger didn’t cut a good figure by the standard from a position that wasn’t actually too dangerous.

Shortly thereafter, the goalkeeper made up for his mistake when Stefan Jovic got a good chance (74) and kept his team in the match by blocking. The hit was enough for HSV to at least save itself in overtime. Bravely storming into despair, however, the hosts found no way against Hertha’s central defense, until they finally suffered one of the most bitter defeats in the club’s turbulent history. The yellow and red card against Tousart did not change that (90′ + 6′).

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Round Two, May 23, 2022 8:30 p.m.

Hamburger SV

0

Hertha Berlin

2

gates:

Hamburger SV:
Heuer Fernandes – Heyer (82 Gyamerah), Vuskovic, Schonlau, Muheim – Reis, Meffert, Rohr (58 Vagnoman) – Jatta (74th M. Kaufmann), Glatzel, Kittel

Hertha Berlin:
Christensen – Pickarek, Boyata, Kempf, Platnhardt (81 Björken) – Tousart, Ascassibar – Boateng (90 Darrida), Serdar (85 in Stark) – Belvodel (Molida 82), Jovich

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