tactical Foul from behind, a pack, and then a couple of loaded words to the enemy: A Red card for midfielder Dennis Geiger, who was suspended on Monday for three games, has excited the minds on Sunday at the conclusion of the ninth match day of the Bundesliga more than the 1:1 (1:0) between FSV Mainz 05 and TSG 1899 Hoffenheim. Mainz sporting Director Rouven Schröder said on Sky: "On the sports field words fall times. We are all children of sadness. We should not play so high. If it would have been a Mainzer, I would have said the same, it is a Red card.“Bundesliga live Ticker for this
Among other things, Schroeder and Hoffenheim Coach Sebastian Hoeness were to the scene in the 80's. Game minute get together. Geiger wanted to put a stop to the Mainz Karim Onisiwo with a tactical Foul and kicked him from behind in the legs. "Escalation sounds to me exaggerated, but the emotions were neat in there," said Hoeness on the appropriate demand. He did not explicitly speak of a wrong decision, called Red by Referee Sascha Stegemann but "hard of interpretation".
Mainz-Coach Jan-Moritz Lichte said the sending off: "I think that this is okay. I believe him that he didn't want to hurt you.“ The light said that he had talked with Geiger. Before Robin Quaison had brought the 05ers the lead (33.), Ihlas Bebou (62.) later succeeded with his first goal of the season in the balance. The draw was fair: Mainz had to start more game of the shares, later on, the TSG was stronger. Also, according to Geiger's place reference, nothing more happened.
Both the 05 and the TSG missed with the draw the hoped-for leap to the top. "It brings us the feeling and the certainty that we have not lost three games. This is a development that is very positive,“ said the light. Hoffenheim has not won in the League for over two months, while in the Europa League (four wins from four Games) currently succeed in everything. "The opponent has, it is sometimes too easy to opportunities to play against us. I would like to see more Zero games,“ said TSG Keeper Oliver Baumann.Date Of Update: 30 November 2020, 19:19