Pal Dardai beamed over the whole face. The coach of Hertha BSC had just finished a training session, which it had. Passion and humor, as well as a prominent returnees. Herthas striker Davie Selke had moved on to the penultimate round at the 2:1 against Mainz an injury to the hip flexors, the Thursday unit the 24 graduated-Year-old easily, or how to put it, Pal Dardai: "He survived."
in order Herthas coach receives a personal Option for the home game next Saturday against Borussia Dortmund (18.30), the Olympic stadium is sold out. On Wednesday, Valentino Lazaro, Vladimir Darida and Mathew Leckie were entered into the team training. The Trio had trained in the days prior to that, only individually.
the Dortmund strikers the Speed
take to the Cup semi-final (0:3) two years ago, Hertha looked last quite well against Dortmund. In the first half of the season, the Berliner reached a much-anticipated 2:2, January, 2018, there was a 1:1 at the Olympic stadium, in March 2017 Hertha at home even 2:1 could win. Salomon Kalou and Marvin Plattenhardt had achieved the goals for Berlin. "We need to keep the spaces tight, so that the fast Dortmund players can't play to your full Speed", said Dardai. The key will be his, "all the time awake and cycle to work disciplined on the Ball". However, this is not enough to win the game. It also needs to go to the front of something.
BVB must on Axel Witsel
abandon The team of Lucien Favre needs to get along in Berlin without her actually indispensable force midfielder Axel Witsel. The 30-year-old Belgian tear in the adductor area is missing due to a Fiber "We want to win the game, for the club and the Fans hope to keep up, but maybe the top happen to," said Herthas coach. A victory over an opponent like Dortmund would be for Michael Preetz is an ideal Signal, once again, momentum for the remaining games of the season. "We have a great team to guest, we have a great atmosphere," said Herthas Manager. "It would be desirable to Dortmund a big fight offer, and ideally, the three points to be able to stay here."