For the first time ever, football fans in Berlin saw a derby between Hertha and Union in the Bundesliga when they met in November. Then the newcomer shocked most by deciding on penalty in the 87th minute.
And it doesn't seem to be something Hertha released. Because in the second meeting between the teams there was no talk of the matter, Hertha would win the match. Already in the first half they took command and did not let Union get to any dangerous situations, and at the same time created goals chances ahead.
The goals, however, would have to wait until the second half, when it rattled to a great deal in the Union's goal cage. First, Vedad Ibisevic was able to put 1-0 up in the 51st minute, and after a break right after Union kicked the game back, leading to a turnaround, Dodi Lukebakio was able to extend to 2-0 after rounding the keeper.
After that, Union became more and more abandoned and worse. Hertha continued to show tremendous efficiency in the second half and was eventually able to win by a full 4-0, and now has a 7-0 total in two games since the Bundesliga ran the league again.