Sport Reuter About Selke: "Acting is sometimes punished"

17:25  28 november  2021
17:25  28 november  2021 Source:   kicker.de

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First the focus was gone - and then two points. Rocking in the detention time was for Hertha BSC against FC Augsburg (1: 1) the beginning of the end. In the middle: Berlin's striker Davie Selke.

Die Emotionen kochen hoch: Selke liegt am Boden, auf dem Platz gibt's Gerangel. © Imago Images / Contrast The emotions cook high: Selke lies on the ground, in the square there is a scramble.

Wheel formation brings Hertha from the concept

in the answer to the question of his emotional situation were more precision and straightforwardness in the game, when Hertha had previously shown in all the almost finished counterparts. "Crissen" is his feeling of emotion, was Davie Selke. He triggered after 73 minutes of ISHAK Belfodil in the storm center, athletic striking was not in the episode. Nevertheless, he was one of the protagonists in the turbulent final phase.

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After a corner ball designed by Stevan Jovetic short, Selke went on the corner banner after a duel with Iago to the ground. Augsburg's left-back jet towards the Balles buried under Selke - and the Berliner rolled on the grass that one was inclined to admire the emergency physicians to the hurry.

"Iago deliberately shot me in the genital area" (Davie Selke)

Selke's teammate Jovetic, Santiago Ascacibar, Deyovaisio Zeefuik and South Serdar were quickly on the spot, in the midst of the wheel formation then Solke was fast again - and went to referee Frank Willborg and assistant Guido Kleve, who advocated. Iago and Jovetic saw Yellow, the FCA got a free kick - it was the starting point of compensation after almost 98 minutes.

"I do not know what the referee has seen there," Selke said. "Iago deliberately shot me into the genital area, which was ignored. Then the Augsburger performed the free kick 20 meters away from the corner flag, and in the end, the ball flew in us. We did not agree with us." That the colleagues jumped to him quickly, Selke considered good sign: "This shows how we are working together as a team."

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Dardai: "That was a mistake of us"

less positive saw Selke's trainer the situation. "That was a mistake of us that in the 96th minute on the opposing corner banner all rested," Pal Dardai analyzed after the game. "There you come from the concept, and you can not do that. Let's just make your free kick and stay 'focused. But all go there, that's not okay. It is then difficult to get back to control." On Sunday, the Hungar pushed for: "It may be that the team was a bit out of the concept because everyone has gone forward. Since some of their positions have lost a few meters." There are you out of the mode. "

The goal with the last action was a precious chain. Niklas Stark's liberation suggested Niklas Dorsch, whose diagonal ball landed at the completely freestanding Fredrik Jensen, and Jensens entered Michael Gregoritsch by head. Hertha played the lead "not because of the scene on the corner flag" found Dardai on Sunday, "the goal was another scene".

Reuter: "That will sometimes punish"

nevertheless suffered concentration and positioning. Stefan Reuter, Augsburg's Managing Director Sport, Much "actually do not talk about opposing players. But I always say: Deposits are sometimes punished." Reuter: "I was so far away, I could not see it right, but my feeling was that there was a bit of acting there. And that will sometimes be punished."

In fact. SELKE By the way, its energy could quite steer in other paths. In his core business, he - like all Hertha attackers - has a lot of air upwards. The interim balance of the in summer after disappointing one and a half Bremer years after Berlin returned strikers: null goals and zero assists in nine league missions. Selke is often where it burns. He really does not hurt the opponent.

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