Hoffenheim missed out on going up against the strong Unionists
Hoffenheim lost the second game in the second. The team did not cross the draw against Union. Especially in the first half both teams are playing a strong game. See the highlights in the video.
D.He missed the jump on the TSG 1899 Hoffenheim Bundesliga table and left important things in front of their audience. Despite taking the lead, coach Sebastian Honis’ team 1. FC Union did not score more than 2: 2 (2: 1) against Berlin.
Kevin Akbokuma (14th min) and Jacob Brun Larson (30th min) scored for the hosts in the presence of 8014 spectators, while Nico Gieselman (10th) and Taiwo Avoni (47th) equalized for the Union lead. Both clubs have yet to be defeated in the current season. In the final, Berlin’s Marvin Friedrich saw the yellow-red card (90 + 4).
After the most recent 4-0 wins (Hoffenheim in Oxburg, Union in Cubio), the teams went into the game with more confidence — you can tell. In Cincinnati’s shower, both teams acted bravely and aggressively, and it was not long before the first goal area shots came. Keeselman, who came out after recovering in the penalty area, came free and returned to the lead.
The DSG was not shocked when the fans returned to the stage, it was still low. Three minutes later, midfielder Angelo Stiller served from right to center, where only Akbokuma had to go inside.
The Bundesliga game, characterized by ingenuity and speed, provided strong personal actions from the start. Union striker Max Cruise first scored a free kick at the crossbar (17th), but played too hard for his attacking partner Avoni, who failed shortly after when Oliver Bowman was sent off. Andreas Louth was able to excel at the capital goal, he fired a powerful shot from Brun Larson (24th).
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In Hoffenheim, director Andrzej Gromaric and wing players Brown Larson and Christoph Bamkardner departed at breakneck speed.
It was best to look ahead to the second Hoffenheim goal. Grammar, who had delivered three assists the previous week, got the most out of Brown Larson, who had to shoot Lotte 2-1. This is the seventh consecutive Bundesliga game for Kramaric, in which he has scored at least one goal.
During the half-break, it rained heavily in Cincinnati – and the Union returned to the field with great caution. The ubiquitous Cruz launched another attack, turning his strike partner Avoni into a 2-2 draw. As a result, Cruz even had a winning goal on his feet, but again and again Bamman responded harshly and led the draw to the DSG.