2nd league: Hertha BSC – Hansa Rostock in the live ticker

Live ticker second league

Reese increases with a hand penalty – Hertha is ahead at the break against Rostock

As of: 7:31 p.m. | Reading time: 2 minutes

The first strike: Palko Dardai (2nd from right) made it 1-0

Those: dpa/Soeren Stache

For Hertha BSC, the home game against Hansa is the last chance to maintain their chance of promotion. More than 60,000 spectators are in Berlin, a third of them from Rostock. Follow the game here in the live ticker.

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After the atmospheric start of the match day with around 60,000 fans in Berlin, including 20,000 supporters from Rostock, the next explosive derby will take place on Sunday. Braunschweig welcomes its rivals from Hanover.

Before the duel, Eintracht coach Daniel Scherning opposed ideas from Lower Saxony’s Interior Minister Daniela Behrens. In an interview with the “Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung”, the SPD politician suggested that such high-risk games would be played in front of empty fan blocks in the future as a last measure if something similar happened again in the Eintracht Stadium this Sunday (1:30 p.m./Sky). Riots like the one that was supposed to happen in November at the first leg in Hanover.

“I hope that it stays peaceful and doesn’t escalate,” Scherning said on Friday. “But football without fans sucks – we noticed that during the Corona period. I believe there must be other ways.”

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According to their own statements, the people of Braunschweig feel “very well prepared” for this second division duel between the two warring rivals. “We have had intensive discussions with the police and politicians.” Among other things, there is “an increased steward presence,” said a club spokesman on Friday. Around 1,000 police officers will be deployed in front of the stadium and in the city to separate the two groups of fans from each other.

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Scherning, who was born in Paderborn, was also very clear about the sporting and, above all, emotional significance of this duel. “This is the first game of this category that I have experienced as a coach. There are no major derbies in this country. This is something extraordinary for me too,” said the former coach of VfL Osnabrück and Arminia Bielefeld. “There’s a song about our city that says it’s more beautiful than any other city – I can sing that too now. And my children too.”

Scherning took over the Braunschweig team immediately after the 2-0 defeat in Hanover, when the team was still in last place in the table and he himself was still sitting in the stands as a spectator. “The first impression wasn’t so good,” he said honestly about his new team at the time. “But my belief in the team has grown significantly since then. We showed that we can compete in the league. We have scored 25 points since then. Something grows with everyone – in the group, in the club, with the fans. We want to give something back on Sunday for this support.”


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