Bundesliga without spectators but a derby in the capital
Finally the German's most popular sports is back. Due to Corona with empty stadiums - here a preview for a derby in the German capital: Herta BSC Berlin against Union Berlin: Will Hertha succeed in revenge?
The capital derby between Hertha and Union opens the 27th matchday tomorrow (Friday) evening. Paderborn (against Hoffenheim) and Bremen (in Freiburg) are still on the brink of the abyss. Also on Saturday, the Bayern pursuers Dortmund (in Wolfsburg) and Gladbach (against Leverkusen) are facing real tests before the record champion will welcome Frankfurt in Munich. At Schalke, Heiko Herrlich makes his delayed coaching debut on Sunday with Augsburg after a little Corona scandal, Mainz fights against Leipzig against unpleasant memories and at the second derby on the Rhine, Cologne receives a visit from Düsseldorf.
"Big one" takes place in Berlin's Olympic stadium
Bruno Labbadia's plan to rely on the experienced players for his debut with Hertha BSC in Hoffenheim was a complete success. Ibisevic & Co. ensured a well-deserved 3-0 win in the Kraichgau. The so-called "old lady" (Herta) is hot for revenge after the 1-0 defeat in the first leg.