BundesligaHertha Berlin has returned home from a bare trip on the tenth match day in the Bundesliga. Hoffenheim kept the points at home with a 2-0 win. The evening turned out to be quite painful for Red Devil Dedryck Boyata: the defender was sent off with a red card fifteen minutes before the end.
After less than 20 minutes of play, the capitals owed a goal at the hands of Andrej Kramaric. Sebastian Rudy even brought the margin to a two-goal difference before half-time.
Captain Dedryck Boyata was in the center of the back of the losing camp for 76 minutes before he was allowed to visit the changing rooms. The defender was first shown yellow after planting his studs on Hoffenheim midfielder Stiller’s ankle, but VAR called ref Jablonski to the screen who turned red after viewing the footage.
Hoffenheim moves to seventh place for the time being with 14 out of 30, over Hertha ranked eleventh (12 pts.), which had to take two consecutive defeats after a 6 out of 6.
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