Hamburg (AP) - Striker Simon Terodde still firmly believes in the promotion of Hamburger SV to the Bundesliga after the 2-1 defeat against Darmstadt 98.

"I think I'm angry today, tomorrow and Sunday," said the 33-year-old on Friday evening on Sky.

"But I am 100 percent sure that we will have something to celebrate in the end."

He is hoping for at least a few hundred spectators to return at the end of the season.

"Maybe we have another chance in May" for 1000 fans in the stadium, said Terodde, who is troubled by the circumstances of the Corona crisis.

"It's starting to get on everyone's nerves, the whole pandemic, my daughter hasn't been to kindergarten for four months."

But he knows about the situation, said Terodde and added to the sporty.

“We still have enough time.

We want to play the six games successfully. "

The North Germans (50 points) could be overtaken by the pursuers after the bankruptcy against the table twelfth.

SpVgg Greuther Fürth (50) has played one game less, Holstein Kiel (46) two games less.

For the time being, Hamburg remains second in the table behind leaders VfL Bochum.


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