Both teams started the game cautiously.

Neither of them had scoring chances in the early stages.

Shortly afterwards, Marcus Ingvartsen prepared Union's 1-0 through Taiwo Awoniyi (20th).

The game was over for Robert Andrich in the 23rd minute: sent off!

How will the team from East Berlin deal with this new situation?

Hertha’s Bruno Labbadia made a change at the restart: Lucas Tousart stayed in the locker room and Javairô Dilrosun took his place.

1. FC Union Berlin had a tight lead on the slip at break.

In the 51st minute, Peter Pekarík scored the 1-1 for Hertha BSC.

Krzysztof Piatek shone particularly well that day.

He scored in a double for the "old lady" (74th / 77th).

Union Berlin wanted to bring a breath of fresh air into the game with a double substitution and so Urs Fischer sent Sheraldo Becker and Cedric Teuchert on for Grischa Prömel and Julian Ryerson (82nd).

With Matheus Santos Carneiro Da Cunha and Pekarík, Bruno Labbadia took two players off the field in the 92nd minute.

They were replaced by Mathew Leckie and Deyovaisio Zeefuik.

After the end of the game by Referee Dr.

Felix Brych celebrated Berlin a triple point win against Union.

At Hertha, the defense was always shaky in the face of 19 goals conceded.

However, the offensive also hit the opponent's goal (18).

With three points in their luggage, the hosts pushed themselves forward in the table and now occupy eleventh place in the table.

Hertha BSC improves its rather poor record and now has a total of three wins, two draws and five bankruptcies.

Recently, things went well for Berlin, which is proven by eight points from the last five games.

Despite the defeat, 1. FC Union Berlin continues to occupy sixth place in the table.

The guest recorded a total of four wins, four draws and two defeats.


Next Saturday, Hertha will meet Borussia Mönchengladbach, Union Berlin will play against FC Bayern Munich on the same day.

This article was created automatically by our partner Retresco based on game data.