Regardless of whether it is a competitive game or a test game: VfL Wolfsburg have never scored so many goals under coach Mark Von Pommel! Without their national players, the VfL beat second division Hamburger SV 4-1 (3-0) on Wednesday. Lucas Enmecha nominated himself with three wins, and Maximilian Arnold also won. Bitterness: Yannick Gerhard had to leave early with an injury.
The shock scene occurred in the twelfth minute: Gerhard wanted to hit the ball, but the left-back did not hit the skin with his right foot, but Robin Meiner’s extended leg. It was immediately clear: Gerhard could not go further and had to bring the former Cologne man to the cabin after a short treatment.
The 27-year-old’s long absence will be utterly bitter, as Gerhard will definitely be an option for defensive midfielders in the next Champions League game in Salzburg. Because of Sever Schlazer’s long defeat (cruciate ligament tear) and Josha Guillaume’s Champions League suspension (thrown off the field with yellow-red against Sevilla), the coach has no alternative.
The group was not shocked at the violent Gerhard scene. Von Pommel-Elf pressed in advance and took the lead against a weak HSV team a quarter of an hour later when Lucas Enmesa dusted off a Daniel Ginzek shot that was unbearable for the weak Marco Johansson on the Hamburg goal. Even after that, newcomer Mickey van de Wen was at the Wolfsburg trigger making his debut in defense. Of Strong Lucas Enmecha scored 2-0 after Maximilian Philip’s pass — and Maximilian Arnold made it 3-0 shortly before the break after a serious goalkeeping error.
Litparsky Jr. came in as a replacement
After the break, VFL stayed on the accelerator and didn’t let Ansi Suhonan’s goal pull down. The direct opposite did not let the VfL burn much after that, as newcomer Van Den Wen left another chance in line for HSV striker Robert Gladzel, who in turn bounced off a penalty inflicted by Marin Stephaniek on the left of the bakery.
Not long ago, Van Voml replaced VfL-A-Jugend with Lucian Litparsky. Son of former professional Pierre LitparskyOnce an assistant coach, interim coach and head scout at VfL – he is now the club’s brand ambassador. When Little Jr. was ready for his replacement, Proud Dad recorded it on his cell phone.
Van Puppet: “It’s a good test”
Van Puppet was satisfied with what was shown. “It was a good test,” said the Wolfsburg coach, who certainly praised the three-packer Lucas Enmecha. This time, with the VfL Wout Weghorst set up, only the new player played. On the right. The Dutchman is currently with the national team – so he was allowed to play for U21 European champion Lucas Necha. “He did well. Ahead – it’s his favorite position, he can play well there“The coach said he was glad he was spoiled for choice in this position.” That’s good, you can choose, ”he said with a laugh.
Van Pommel’s expression is very serious when talking about Gerhardt’s injury. How badly was he injured? Van Puppet: “How do I put it on? It doesn’t look as bad as it looks.” Hamburg’s Meisner has no allegations against him: “Of course it’s a shame it just happened. But something like that can happen in training.” How long Gerhard will be out is still open – Wolfsburg will be re-examined on Thursday. This examination should clarify how seriously he was actually injured.
VfL: Pervவான்n (46. Klinger) – Stefaniak, Long, Van de Wen, Gerhard (13. de Michael Sanchez) – Philip, Arnold (46. Walkbe) – Baku (72. Litparsky), Ginsek, F. Enmacha – L. ந்மேச்சா.
HSV: Johansson – Chiamera (64th Leebolt), David, Shonlow, Muhaim – Mayford (46th Windsimer) – Kinzombi (64th Jatta), Hayer – Suhonan (74th Velasco) – Mainer (64th Glatsell), Alito.
Referee: Schrder (Hanover).
Tear: 1: 0 (15.) L. Nmecha, 2: 0 (30.) L. Nmecha, 3: 0 (44.) Arnold, 3: 1 (54.) Suhonen, 4: 1 (60.) L. Nmecha .