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has been an integral part of the ARD afternoon program for 17 years. But for some time now, the future of the series has not looked particularly rosy. Already last December the ARD program director Christine Strobl made it clear that it was not clear whether the broadcaster could continue to afford a fictional series program. When it was also announced that Telenovela puts a summer break and a new format was tested, many fans saw black.
Much was missing from the SK Sturm Graz to reach the Champions League play-off on Tuesday evening. Accordingly, the disappointment with the protagonists after the end of Dynamo Kyiv was great.
Disappointment with the Steirern
The"We were actually on the head and rather had the 2-0 on the foot than the Kiev the 1: 1," said Captain Stefan Hierländer on the "ORF" microphone of the missed chance. In fact, despite the visual overweight of the guests - there were always opportunities for a second goal, but Rasmus Höjlund should in the 27th minute, despite the possibilities of Alexander Prass (44.), Tomi Horvat (64.) and David Affengruber (65 .) Take the only Graz hit of the evening. missed the surprise and failed in the third qualification round for the Champions League on
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Prass: "I just lack the words" at the latest with Höjlund's injury -related replacement - the 19 -year -old had already plagued muscle problems during the half -time break - but in minute 75 Kyiv finally took command and ultimately knew about it in the extra time to reward. "It hurts extremely. I just lack the words a bit because we have decided a lot for the game," said Prass after the defeat. coach Christian Ilzer saw a "completely balanced game" in the press conference after the match over the full distance, but in the extension of his team, especially after the exclusion of Manprit Sarkaria (105.), the strength was running out. "Details were missing to kill such a strong opponent," said the 44-year-old. Sturm climbs into the Europa League around
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has been an integral part of the ARD afternoon program for 17 years. But for some time now, the future of the series has not looked particularly rosy. Already last December the ARD program director Christine Strobl made it clear that it was not clear whether the broadcaster could continue to afford a fictional series program. © ARD Sturm der Dear Fürstenhof When it was also announced that "Sturm der Liebe" takes a summer break and a new format was tested, many fans saw black.
goalkeeper Jörg Siebenhandl, who had a relatively quiet evening until the first goal by Kostiantyn Vivcharenko (97th), the team did not want to blame the team: "We have thrown everything we had in. The course has then become a bit difficult with the goal in the extension and the yellow-red card. In the end, it completely pressed in the other direction. " for Sturm Graz will continue in the Europa League group phase from September-and despite the currently prevailing disappointment, the Styrian state capital is already looking forward to the next international appearances: "Tomorrow we will be sad and then we will be Looking forward to six more great games in the Europa League, "Ilzer looked at the front.
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