Two moments of shock overshadow the match in Nuremberg!
HSV won an exciting cup match between two second-tier teams 5-3 after penalties and reached the Round of 16.
But the athlete takes a back seat.
46. Minutes: HSV left backs Moheim and Nuremberg Krause nodded angrily in the air just 15 seconds into the second half. The FCN professional who slams on the lawn may have passed out.
Paramedics and paramedics immediately rush to the field, and his teammates and coach Klaus look anxiously at the midfielder. Krause was put on Raff and brought from the field on a stretcher to the applause of the audience.
While being taken to the catacombs, the first positive sign was: Kroos raised his arm and released his thumb.
After a short time, everything became clear: Croce can be contacted. Not only his parents, who were brought by FCN chief financial officer Niels Rossow to their son in the booth, would fall from the heart.
Bad pictures already in the first half – and Krause was also involved there. In a duel, the man from Nuremberg wipes the ball first and then the opponent Leopold (18th place). Krause hits the HSV defender’s leg with his knee. Leopold writhes and screams in pain. He has to get down on a stretcher with his hands in front of his face.
In the case of the former resident of Nuremberg, it is possible that the ligaments were affected, but more detailed investigations will take place after that in Hamburg.
But football was also played on the field.
David put HSV in the lead shortly before the first half (45) with his professional goal. And Doman (59th place), who was substituted for Krause, equalized. After that, both teams presented the best chances, so the decision had to be taken on penalties.
There HSV has a happier ending to itself. Nuremberg gives two penalties (Tempelmann and Sorensen) and David hits the Hanseatic League with a decisive kick from the point.
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