Hertha’s head coach Pál Dárdai was very critical of his team’s performance after a 1-1 draw against city rival Union Berlin. The Hungarian expert is not known for his team even in the last match of the 27th round of the Bundesliga, but he is satisfied in some respects, as they managed to score a point because they could not realize their plans.
|Pál Dárdai was not in the least satisfied with his team’s performance against Union Berlin (Photo: AFP)|
“I didn’t even know about my team. We were paralyzed again. We need to quickly forget this match. “ Picture quotes Pál Dárdai, who just saw from the home team what he wants from his own team: Union had more ball and played football more goals (the hosts got 13 to 4 in the number of shots on goal). “We gave the first twenty minutes to the opponent and the second half was not right. But we took a step forward because we would have lost matches like that sooner. “ The Hungarian manager added bitterly.
|Round 28||Mönchengladbach (home)|
|Round 29||Mainz (page)|
|Round 30||Freiburg (o)|
|Round 31||Schalke (s)|
|32nd round||Arminia Bielefeld (o)|
|33rd round||1. FC Cologne|
|34th round||Hoffenheim (s)|
Bild notes that Hertha’s players lacked the will to win, courage and strength, and also lagged far behind the Union footballers in terms of the amount of running: Hungarian footballers (115.6 km) “robotized” more than six kilometers more than Dárdai’s sons ( 109.2 km) at the team level.
“I left the boys alone before the match, but after that we have to talk. Some were on the field in their heads and others were not. We wanted to defend ourselves in advance, but I didn’t see much of that. With victory, we could get to the air. “ Dárdai said disappointed.
In the next round (Saturday, April 10), Hertha will host Mönchengladbach, which is battling to start the European Cup as it has won the last two Bundesliga matches after seven undefeated championships. This year, only the military driver Schalke (6) has scored fewer points for Hertha (12).
Union Berlin – Hertha BSC 1–1 (Andrich 9th and Lukebakio 35th to 11th)
|1. Bayern Munich||27.||20.||4.||3.||79–35||+44||64|
|2. RB Leipzig||27.||17.||6.||4.||48–22||+26||57|
|4. Eintracht Frankfurt||27.||13.||11.||3.||55–37||+18||50|
|5. Borussia Dortmund||27.||13.||4.||10.||55–39||+16||43|
|6. Bayer Leverkusen||27.||12.||7.||8.||45–32||+13||43|
|7. Union Berlin||27.||9.||12.||6.||41–33||+8||39|
|8. VfB Stuttgart||27.||10.||9.||8.||48–41||+7||39|
|13. Werder Bremen||27.||7.||9.||11.||31–39||–8||30.|
|16. 1. FC Cologne||27.||5.||8.||14.||25–47||–22||23.|
|17. Arminia Bielefeld||27.||6.||5.||16.||21–46||–25||23.|