Friday, September 30, 2022

Hoffenheim Completes Hertha Berlin’s Short Bundesliga Winning Streak

SINSCHEIM, Germany (NWN) – Hoffenheim ended Hertha Berlin’s short Bundesliga rebirth on Friday with a 2-0 win over the away team.

First-half goals from Andrei Kramaric and Sebastian Rudy moved Hoffenheim to seventh place, ahead of the remainder of the 10th round, to complete Hertha’s two-legged winning streak.

Kramaric has scored more goals for Hertha than any other Bundesliga team, and he brought his score against the metropolitan club to nine in 11 games, scoring his second goal of the season in the 19th minute. Ikhlas Bebu left the ball for the best Croat and shot past Alexander Shvolov into the goal of Hertha.

Rudy scored 2-0 in 36th place on the rebound after Robert Skov kicked in from the back.

Hertha coach Pal Dardai made two substitutions at half-time, but the hosts’ chances were still higher.

One of the substitutes, Mizian Maolida, scored the ball into the net, but the goal was ruled out due to an offside position, and the guest captain Dedrik Boyata was sent off with a bad ankle kick from Angelo Stiller in 76th place. Boyate was initially shown a yellow card before referee Sven Jablonski changed it to red after watching the video replays of the foul. Stiller couldn’t continue.


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