“Get misplaced” – HSV’s coach clashes heavily with his opponents

HSV coach Tim Walter was pissed off within the first spherical recreation in opposition to SpVgg Bayreuth.Photo: imago / Kirchner Media

It was a feat: HSV defeated third division aspect SpVgg Bayreuth within the first spherical of the DFB Cup on Saturday. After the South Germans took the lead after Luke Hemmerich deflected a free-kick within the sixteenth minute, HSV had been pressured to chase them for many of the recreation.

Ransford-Yeboa Königsdorfer managed to equalize the rating solely within the 83rd minute. In the additional time, lower-class rivals had been out of breath, Sebastian Schoenlau (97) and once more Königsdorfer (111) introduced the ultimate rating to 1:3.

Ransford-Yeboa Königsdorfer ran to the starting point with the ball after the equaliser.

Ransford-Yeboa Königsdorfer ran to the start line with the ball after the equaliser.Photo: Image Alliance / Daniel Loeb

De-stressing between Walter and Klein

Despite the preliminary determination, the person duel reached its climax after only some minutes: During the heated recreation, an offended HSV coach, Tim Walter, complained a number of occasions to the refereeing panel.for which he obtained a number of reprimands from his colleague at Bayreuth, Thomas Klein.

In the 112th minute, Bayreuth participant Alexander Groys, who had already obtained a yellow card, collided with Maximilian Rohr on the aspect and couldn’t get the ball. HSV coach Walter and his assistant had been instantly upset. Referee Michael Bacher despatched Groys off with a yellow-red.

HSV assistant coach Julian Huebner (centre) and his boss Tim Walter (right) gesture to the referee.

HSV assistant coach Julian Huebner (centre) and his boss Tim Walter (proper) gesture to the referee.Photo: imago / Jan Huebner

This in flip upset Bayreuth coach Thomas Klein. “You maintain asking for the colour crimson, what about you?”“, – shouted Little on the best way to the HSV-bank. Hamburgers beat the 44-year-old man “Lose”.

After the sport, Walter and Klein shook fingers, neither desirous to carry up the controversy once more in an interview.

Walter on HSV efficiency: ‘Worst efficiency in a very long time’

Instead, Walter needed to admit after the sport that HSV had been getting ready to defeat by a decrease division rival. “It was a extremely robust cup recreation in opposition to some actually good opponents.” However, his conclusion about his artwork was gloomy: “We had the worst first half in a very long time.”

HSV really had extra recreation share. When Hamburg went behind within the sixteenth minute, that they had 75 p.c possession. “In the primary half, we performed like we all the time do in handball,” defined Walter. “We needed to be extra one-on-one, however for that you just want particular person gamers. It’s lacking, it could be good to get one thing.”

With no different transfers deliberate, Königsdorfer could also be promoted

Apparently, the HSV coach remains to be hoping for a whirlwind new deal. They managed to maintain former goalkeeper Robert Glatzel (final season: 22 league targets) in the summertime.

HSV goalkeeper Robert Glatzel scored a dream pass to make it 3:1 against Bayreuth.

HSV goalkeeper Robert Glatzel scored a dream move to make it 3:1 in opposition to Bayreuth.Photo: imago / kirchner-media

As reported by “Bild”, there must be no additional transferspartly as a result of HSV coach Tim Walter has a variety of promising younger professionals within the squad.

One of them is Ransford-Jeboa Königsdorfer, a newcomer from Dresden. Only after being substituted within the second half did HSV pose a objective risk on Saturday. In simply his third recreation at HSV, the 20-year-old not solely hit the goal twice, but in addition hit the crossbar once more.

Königsdorfer scored 5 occasions in 30 second division video games at Dynamo final yr. At HSV, he’s nonetheless ready for his first league objective. With his efficiency within the DFB Cup, he ought to have offered himself for the subsequent phases.

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Borussia Dortmund’s pre-season preparations may have been so quiet and targeted on the brand new Bundesliga season. Implementation of the plan started in February. To the shock of many, BVB signed Niklas Sule from Bayern Munich on a free switch.

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