Status: 08.04.2022 21:57
Hansa Rostock’s winning streak ended on Friday evening at Fortuna Düsseldorf Stadium. Coach Jens Härtel’s team won 0: 3 (0: 1) after four consecutive wins.
“Basically we didn’t play a very bad game – in my view we lost a little too much. But we made a lot of mistakes and Fortuna punished them coldly,” the football teacher said, “it really should be. Must be a particularly nice evening. Haertel features Frank Pagelsdorf as a club icon The coach who had worked at Hansa for a long time was transferred. On January 9, 2019, Haertel assumed the leadership of “Kogge” – and last summer took the Hunseid League to the second division.
Decision on contract extension until Easter?
Whether Härtel will stay in Rostock beyond the end of the season may be announced in the coming days. “We are in talks. I think it will happen soon,” the 52-year-old said. “It might be in everyone’s interest to sort this out as soon as possible – either way. I think we can do it by Easter.”
The Dion series continues
Thanks to twelve points recently, the McLenbergs are very close to staying. But there must be some more points – the goal failed to jump over the 40-point mark. “We definitely want to achieve that as soon as possible,” Hartell stressed.
Not only has Daniel Dion, who has not been named Fortune coach since the eighth game due to defeat, but has moved very closely with his club with the North Germans on the table. Rostock’s ligation zone could melt even more significantly this weekend.
The previous goal is to create Hansa
D டுsseldorf took the lead in the first chance of the match: Ao Tanaka scored 1-0 (13th) with a pass from Khalid Narine. Hansa started cautiously, unable to flip the switch until the break. The Hansitic League team had no chance to score in the first half.
After all, the defense was defensive in the episode: Marcus Colke had to defend again against Rouen Hennings (19th), and Damien Rosbach was awake with Fortune chances (40th / 45th + 1).
Dசல்sseldorf faces Rostock –
After the change of pages, the guests entered the game through standard conditions. Thomas Meissner replaced suspended Ryan Malone with a Florian Costenmeier (56th) header from Dசsseldorf.
“We’ll shake ourselves up and analyze it. The boys are very critical of themselves.”
But the line was thin. Hansa was once lucky, but Fortuna inadvertently missed their big counterattack opportunity (62nd). But only 0: 2 was postponed and the next counter-attack took place: Nicholas Kaveri’s cross was headed in by Shinda Appelkamp Golke (64 ‘).
Hartell attempted to travel again with a three-time change (77th). But regardless of any record – the people of Rostock had no way of presenting their coach that evening. Nare won 3-0 (90 + 3).
Match Day 29, April 8, 2022, 6:30 p.m.