Sport Soccer-Hertha, Union share points in Berlin derby
Despite injury: Belgium poked on Boyata's removal
he can not go, he does not have to go: the Belgian association pokers despite a corresponding intervention of Hertha BSC in the coming week to the completion of Dedryck Boyata. © Imago Images has to travel to the Belgian national team, although he does not play: Hertha captain Dedryck Boyata. Herthas efforts that since December at a fatigue break in the Mittelfuß Laboratory Boyata in the upcoming international period, did not take offs.
BERLIN (Reuters) - Hertha Berlin rescued a 1-1 draw at local rivals Union in the capital's derby on Sunday but remain mired in a battle to avoid relegation with seven games left in the Bundesliga season.
The result helped Union stretch their unbeaten home run to 13 league games but they failed to close in on the European spots, staying seventh on 39, four behind Bayer Leverkusen.
Hertha are in 14th place on 25 from 27 games, two points above the drop zone.
Many Herthaners on country tours: Clear specification of Dardai at Captain Boyata
Dedryck Boyata has not played injury due to Hertha this year, but the Belgian Association consisted of its release for the international matches. © Photo: Imago Images / Nordphoto Dedryck Boyata in training. Dedryck Boyata has not yet been for Hertha BSC on the lawn this year. The captain has been laboratory for months at a fatigue break in the foot. Nevertheless, Boyata is traveling with the Belgian football national team.
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Both teams hit the crossbar and scored in an exciting first half with Robert Andrich putting the hosts in front with a powerful shot from outside the box in the 10th minute.
Hertha levelled with Dodi Lukebakio's 35th minute penalty but the pace dropped off sharply after the break with no chances for either side.
Union are joined on 39 points by VfB Stuttgart following their 1-0 win over Werder Bremen earlier on Sunday.
Bayern Munich are top on 64 points after Saturday's 1-0 win at second-placed RB Leipzig, who are seven points behind.
(Reporting by Karolos Grohmann; Editing by Ken Ferris)
Schwolow stays in the goal - Jarstein further falls from .
The two-week quarantine ends regularly on Thursday, but Rune Jarstein (36) must continue to move his return. The goalkeeper of Hertha BSC continues to make the consequences of his coronavirus infection. © Imago Images continues to know the Hertha Gate: Alexander Schwolow. With a quick return of Jarstein's on the training place, it looks "not good because Rune had long fever," said Hertha coach Pal Dardai in a digital media round on Tuesday. "I would not say that he's back on Thursday." Thus, Ja