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DFB-Pokal: FSV Mainz misses all penalties – sport

After turbulent days, 1. FSV Mainz 05 missed out on the round of 16 of the DFB Cup in a penalty thriller. One day after the separation from sports director Rouven Schröder, the Rheinhessen lost to the second division VfL Bochum 0: 3 on penalties. After regular playing time and extra time, the match was 2-2. For the heavily counted Jan-Moritz Lichte it should have been the last game as head coach.

After hits by Jean-Paul Boetius (7th) and captain Danny Latza (55th), the day before Christmas Eve it looked long after a sense of achievement for the insecure Mainz team. Gerrit Holtmann (66th) and Robert Tesche (90th + 4) saved the guests who were outnumbered after the red card against goalkeeper Manuel Riemann (95th, emergency brake). At Mainz, all three shooters – Adam Szalai, Kevin Stöger and Jean-Philippe Mateta – ran out of nerve in the drama. Restless Christmas days are ahead on Bruchweg.

Rot-Weiss Essen throws out the next favorite

The traditional fourth division club Rot-Weiss Essen is in the round of 16 for the first time in 13 years. The undefeated leaders of the Regionalliga West fought the neighboring second division club Fortuna Düsseldorf 3-2 (2-1) on Wednesday and also rewarded themselves with a bonus of 700,000 euros. Essen had fewer opportunities, but used them consistently. Simon Engelmann (15th), Marco Kehl-Gomez (39th) and Oguzhan Kefkir (70th) scored against the quarter-finalists of the previous season, who after four league wins in a row by Rouwen Hennings (36th) meanwhile equalized. The goalscorer brought the guests up again with a penalty kick (87th).

After Essen had survived the first pressure phase in Düsseldorf and a huge chance from Edgar Prib (4th), it dared to go forward – and scored directly. Fortuna goalkeeper Raphael Wolf should have parried Engelmann’s low shot. It took the guests around 20 minutes to sort them out. Henning’s cracking left-footed shot was countered by Kehl-Gomez immediately with his head on the muddy lawn on Hafenstrasse. Fortuna couldn’t think of anything else. The Dusseldorf had already embarrassed themselves in the quarter-finals at the regional division 1. FC Saarbrücken last season.

Second division Jahn Regensburg has also made it into the round of 16. Bayern won 4-2 on penalties at third division club SV Wehen Wiesbaden on Wednesday evening. After 120 minutes it was 0-0.

Stuttgart, Bremen and Wolfsburg in the round of 16

The other first division clubs held themselves harmless on Wednesday evening. For example, striker Sasa Kalajdzic brought VfB Stuttgart to a successful end to the year and led his team to the round of 16. Thanks to a goal by the Austrian national player in the 15th minute, the Swabians won 1-0 (1-0) against their Baden rival SC Freiburg, but had to tremble until stoppage time.

Werder Bremen, on the other hand, easily walked into the round of 16. The team of coach Florian Kohfeldt deservedly won 3-0 (2-0) at the second division Hannover 96. Theodor Gebre Selassie (30th) and Josh Sargent (32nd) gave Werder an early lead with a double strike, Jean-Manuel Mbom (60.) then made everything clear. Hanover remained pale overall.

VfL Wolfsburg easily defeated SV Sandhausen 4-0 (3-0), and after 45 minutes the decision was made in favor of the Bundesliga club. Yannick Gerhardt opened the scoring with a deflected shot in the 27th minute. Three minutes later, Wout Weghorst was successful with a header. Joao Victor (41.) overcame Sandhausen’s goalkeeper Rick Wulle a third time. Weghorst (90. + 1) ensured the final score.


VfL Bochum shoots Düsseldorf – and displaces HSV

2. Bundesliga

The Ruhrpottklub won the Monday night game against the Bundesliga relegated team – and thus underpinned its ambitions for promotion. Now HSV has lost out.

VfL Bochum clearly won their home game against Bundesliga relegated Fortuna Düsseldorf. At the end of the Monday evening game in the Ruhrstadion it was 5-0 for the host. The goals were scored by Danny Blum from the penalty spot (6th minute), Robert Tesche (58th), Robert Zulj (73rd, 74th) and Milos Pantovic (90th + 2).

Fortunas Kristoffer Peterson saw the red card before Bochum’s first goal for an emergency brake with no chance of the ball. In the 84 minutes that followed, the Düsseldorf team had significant problems when they were outnumbered and hardly got any relief moments outside of their own half.

“We know that we can play good football. But the work is done first. We delivered a good team performance,” said Zulj and added, looking at the jump to second place: “The table is a snapshot.” Düsseldorf’s goal scorer Rouwen Hennings, on the other hand, was served: “It starts badly for us. It is again in the away game that we have a red card and a penalty against us. That is bitter. That doesn’t make it easier.”

Bochum takes a long time before it can convert superiority into something countable

After the red card, Rösler switched from three to four defensive chains. Although the Bochum team had a lot more possession of the ball, they were unable to capitalize on their excess for a long time, despite some chances. The agile Blum (29th) missed the greatest opportunity to make it 2-0 before the break when he ran up to Fortuna goalkeeper Florian Kastenmeier, but hit the ball over the goal. Düsseldorf pulled back a long way and developed little risk of scoring with occasional counterattacks.

Even after the change, VfL dominated, but initially did not have many opportunities against the massive defensive. Often the game forward was too slow and cumbersome. In addition, Kastenmeier proved to be a sure source of support and was also on the post with a deflected Blum shot (57th). Only one minute later, Tesche found the gap after a Blum corner and scored the 2-0 redeeming for VfL. After that, the Bochumers played the game to the end and even increased it with the double hit from Zulj and the hit from Pantovic.


HSV professional Terodde “would have loved to play 10 years at VfL Bochum or VfB Stuttgart”

Role models Müller & Reus

Simon Terodde, record scorer in the single-track second division, was under contract with six first and second division teams in his career. For the veteran, who switched from 1. FC Köln to HSV in the summer, it should have been a few stops less. “When I see a Thomas Müller at Bayern or Marco Reus at Dortmund – that’s a career everyone wants. I would also have preferred to have played ten years at VfL Bochum or ten years at VfB Stuttgart. In the end, that’s what all sides have to want, ”said Terodde on the“ Sport1 ”podcast“ Dear Football ”.

Terodde extends leadership: The record goal scorers of the single-track 2nd division

20 Dirk Lottner – 71 goals in 301 games

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19 Uwe Kuhl – 71 goals in 201 games

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18 Uwe Tschiskale – 72 goals in 144 games

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17 Edmond Kapllani – 73 goals in 214 games

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16 Benjamin Auer – 74 goals in 219 games

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15 Marcus Marin – 75 goals in 168 games

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14 Fabian Klos – 79 goals in 193 games

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13 Paul Linz – 82 goals in 176 games

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12 Sascha Rösler – 86 goals in 308 games

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11 Weak Glöde – 86 Tore in 293 Spielen

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10 Marcus Feinbier – 90 goals in 274 games

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9 Harald Kügler – 91 goals in 305 games

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8 Siegfried Reich – 95 goals in 178 games

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7 Michael Thurk – 96 goals in 251 games

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6 Bruno Labbadia – 101 goals in 229 games

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5 Marius Ebbers – 102 goals in 273 games

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4 Daniel Jurgeleit – 106 goals in 360 games

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3 Theo Gries – 111 goals in 270 games

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2 Sven Demandt – 121 goals in 316 games

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1 Simon Terodde – 126 goals in 226 games

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The 32-year-old is initially under contract with HSV until the summer. How it will then continue and whether he will take another path is “difficult to say” for him. “I still have a few years to go. You will see where the path leads. I’m trying to do a lot to ensure that it will be a few more years, ”emphasized Terodde, who, after seven match days, leads the list of goalscorers in the lower house with eight goals.

Terodde in the 2nd attempt at HSV: Team with potential for the Bundesliga

About his free transfer from “Effzeh” to the Elbe, he said: “Hamburg asked me for the second time, once again last winter. It wasn’t a big issue for me back then. I tried to talk to 1. FC Köln. It was signaled to me: No, Simon, we will not hand you over. I totally understood that because I actually didn’t want to leave myself. “

Now the request was there again in the summer. After the talks with HSV “I realized relatively quickly that I would like to do that. For me, HSV was the only option to go to the 2nd league – although VfL Bochum (Terodde’s employer from 2014 to 2016; editor) shouldn’t be forgotten either. (…) Now it was the best decision for all sides to take the step. ”In Hamburg there is a“ team that is capable of development and has the potential to play in the Bundesliga, ”said Terodde.

With Boateng & Alaba: The 15 most loyal players in the Bundesliga

Jérôme Boateng | FC Bayern | 9 years, 3 months in the professional squad

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Karim Bellarabi | Bayer Leverkusen | 9 years, 4 months

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Oscar Wendt | Bor. M’gladbach | 9 years, 4 months

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Timo Horn | 1. FC Cologne | 9 years, 4 months

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Fabian Klos | Arminia Bielefeld | 9 years, 4 months

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Manuel Neuer | FC Bayern | 9 years, 4 months

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Nicolas Höfler | SC Freiburg | 10 years, 4 months

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Stefan Bell | Mainz 05 | 10 years, 4 months

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Lukasz Piszczek | BVB | 10 years, 4 months

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David Alaba | FC Bayern | 10 years, 4 months

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Patrick Herrmann | Bor. M’gladbach | 10 years, 10 months

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Lars Bender | Bayer Leverkusen | 11 years, 2 months

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Thomas Müller | FC Bayern | 11 years, 4 months

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Tony Jantschke | Bor. M’gladbach | 11 years, 4 months

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Bochum defeats Aue and looks up in the 2nd division

FSoccer-second division club Erzgebirge Aue missed the possible jump to second place in the table. Handicapped by the early red card for defender Calogero Rizzuto (28th minute), coach Dirk Schuster’s team was defeated by VfL Bochum with 0: 2 (0: 0) and slipped to sixth place. In front of 300 spectators in the Vonovia Ruhrstadion, the two Jokers Robert Zulj (74th minute) and Silvere Ganvoula (82nd) ​​ensured the Bochumers deserved success on Sunday, overtaking Aue in the table.

As with the 0: 3 four days earlier in Hamburg, the guests in Bochum presented a mixed performance. Even before Rizzuto was sent off, the Revierclub determined the game, but found it difficult to create scoring chances until the break.

Shortly after the restart, guest goalkeeper Martin Männel saved his team from falling behind with a header from Simon Zoller (52nd). But unlike last time at 1: 2 in Braunschweig, Bochum capitalized this time thanks to the late goals of the recently substituted professionals Zulj (74th minute) and Ganvoula (82nd).

1. FC Heidenheim, on the other hand, was unable to defeat VfL Osnabrück. The Osnabrück team played 1: 1 (0: 0) on the Ostalb on Sunday and thus remained unbeaten in their fourth game of the season. New signing Christian Kühlwetter (54th minute) had given Heidenheim the lead, seven minutes later Etienne Amenyido equalized for Osnabrück. The game was briefly questionable because four FCH players and a member of the coaching and support staff had tested positive for the corona virus on Thursday. However, because two further series of tests carried out by another laboratory on Friday and Saturday turned out negative, the encounter could take place without a spectator.

SC Paderborn has meanwhile confirmed its slight upward trend, but missed the hoped-for second win of the season. The Bundesliga relegated player, who was not very convincing on the offensive, gambled away a 1-0 lead at SV Sandhausen on Sunday and had to be satisfied with a 1: 1 (1: 1) commensurate with performance. Dennis Srbeny shot the guests in the uneventful game with a controversial hand penalty in the lead (28th minute), Robin Scheu equalized for the hosts (37th). The SVS is now in seventh place, Paderborn, which started the season poorly, remains in table 14 after the third game in a row without defeat.


2. Bundesliga: Decimated Auer lose through late joker goals in Bochum

Rizzuto gets tangled – and sees red

The key scene of the game in the 29th minute: Aue had to deny the game for a good 60 minutes. Calogero Rizzuto saw the red card (29th) after an alleged kick against Bochum’s attacker Soma Novothny. Annoying for Aue: What at first glance looked like a kick was actually a mixture of following and Rizzuto’s unfortunate getting stuck on his own shoelace. When trying to break free while lying down, the German-Italian caught his opponent in the leg – and referee Nicolas Winter decided to be sent off.

78:22 percent possession

Bochum ran up against low standing Auer before being sent off and dominated the game with possession of 78:22 percent in some cases. In excess, the hosts increased the pressure. Aue retreated a long way, defended with a chain of five and a chain of four and left so few great opportunities. And what came through, defused Aue keeper Martin Männel: That was the best VfL chance to date when he parried a Simon Zoller header from five meters with a brilliant save (54th).

Meeting substitutes – “Slapstick-Ping-Pong-Marble-Gate”

Two substitutes finally brought Bochum the victory: First, Robert Zulj (75th) met. Aue didn’t bring the ball out of the danger zone, so Zulj thanked him and pushed in from close range. “It is all the more annoying when you fall behind with a slapstick-ping-pong-marble goal,” said Aue coach Schuster after the game. The final score went to Silvere Ganvoula, who also slammed the ball into the mesh from a few meters (82nd).

Bochum remains a feared opponent

With the defeat, the black series of “Veilchen” against Bochum continues. FCE have already suffered their third defeat in a row against Bochum and their fifth in the sixth game in a row. The Saxons have been waiting for a victory in Bochum since April 2013.

That’s what the coaches said

Dirk Schuster (Aue): “At the beginning we were really good defensively in the game. We couldn’t develop the right move towards the opposing goal. The sticking point was the red card – but I can’t judge the situation because I can still see the scene We tried to make clean adjustments. From the fighting readiness, the morale, the commitment and the moral showed a lot. The team sold well up to the break. We were able to defend it for a long time with luck and skill It is more annoying when you fall behind with such a slapstick ping pong marble goal. It is annoying and bitter because we have set ourselves a lot. That feels shitty. ”

Thomas Reis (Bochum): “A good reaction was very important for us after last week’s criticism, which was partly justified. We did a lot better than last week. Aue had a great attitude and strong duels, so they made it difficult for us. We have them Spaces were not always used well and still had a few chances. After the break we wanted to score early and missed 100% chances again. The can opener was somehow symptomatic. But the guys went full throttle and drove home the win we’re happy. Now we can be happy for a moment, then wipe our mouths and off to Würzburg. ”


FC Bayern & BVB: Both receive so much TV money more than the others

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Bayern and BVB collect so much more than the rest of the league

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In the real table and the money table in first and second place – Bayern and BVB

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The German Football League is distributing 1.2 billion euros from national media rights to the Bundesliga clubs. The spread between the clubs is huge. Uncertainties remain due to the Corona crisis.

EIt was supposed to be a season of records, but then the corona pandemic came. The German Football League had originally planned to distribute 1.637 billion euros from national and international media rights to the clubs in the first and second Bundesliga in the coming season. The DFL must now distance itself from this record and correct the numbers downwards. According to the “kicker”, 1.4 billion will be paid out.

The clubs already suffered losses last season. Because of the corona pandemic, international partners stopped payments and in Germany “Eurosport”, which had held the rights to the Friday games, stopped paying.

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The “kicker” reports that revenues from national media rights fall by 183.5 million, from international by 54 million. Due to the uncertainties associated with the corona pandemic, the DFL is holding back 30 million with the indication that “further difficulties cannot be ruled out in the light of the current and probably continuing dynamic development and possible effects of the pandemic in the 2020/21 season are”. The league is providing another 15 million for hygiene, security and stadium concepts that may become necessary.

Bavaria receives more than double from Union

The league pays a total of 1.2 billion from the national media rights to the clubs. Once again, FC Bayern receives the most. Munich will receive 70.64 million for the coming season, followed by BVB in second place with 69.37 million.

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After moving from Manchester City to FC Bayern, Leroy Sané sees himself in a good position to win the Champions League.

Bayer Leverkusen only receives 1.9 million fewer than Dortmund. RB Leipzig is in fourth place (65.96), followed by Borussia Mönchengladbach (64.54). The bottom of the money table is promoted and second division champion Arminia Bielefeld (29.8). Given the national dominance of Bavaria, there are clubs that are calling for a new model. “I think we have always been able to find fair and serious solutions. And I am convinced that we will be able to do this again this year. I am hopeful that we can find solutions that ultimately make everyone happy, ”said Karl-Heinz Rummenigge, Bavaria’s CEO.

Because of the Corona crisis, the money will not be paid to the clubs in four installments, but in twelve.

The distribution of the DFL to their 36 clubs


Bayern Munich 70.64 million euros

Borussia Dortmund 69.37

Bayer Leverkusen 67.47

RB Leipzig 65,96

Borussia Mönchengladbach 64.54

1899 Hoffenheim 63,14

Eintracht Frankfurt 60.45

Hertha BSC 59,29

FC Schalke 56.17

VfL Wolfsburg 55.18

SC Freiburg 51.50

Werder Bremen 49.87

FSV Mainz 46,20

FC Augsburg 42,87

1. FC Cologne 40.34

VfB Stuttgart 39.09

Union Berlin 33.37

Arminia Bielefeld 29.8

2. League

Hannover 22,46

Fortuna Dusseldorf 22.33

HSV 20,15

Darmstadt 15,94

1. FC Nürnberg 15.53

1. FC Heidenheim 14.68

VfL Bochum 13.14

SC Paderborn 12,99

Holstein Kiel 12.02

FC St. Pauli 11,51

Greuther Fuerth 11.30

Jahn Regensburg 10.62

Ore Mountains Aue 9.74

SV Sandhausen 9,50

Eintracht Braunschweig 8.74

Karlsruhe SC 8.52

VfL Osnabruck 8.13

Würzburg Kickers 7.49

* Source: Kicker


Kritik an Trump nach MLS-Start in Disney World

Florian Jungwirth has come a long way. From the municipality of Graefelfing near Munich, he landed in California in February 2017 via TSV 1860, Dynamo Dresden, VfL Bochum and Darmstadt 98, at the Earthquakes in San Jose. The 31-year-old defensive player is currently looking out of a window at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort in Orlando, Florida. However, the former junior international would have liked to forego the experience.

“My wife is in San Jose, it is not an easy situation to leave her alone now,” says Jungwirth. The American professional league Major League Soccer (MLS) had ordered all 26 teams into the ESPN World of Sports in order to determine the champions of 2020 in tournament form, whereby: The clubs from Dallas and Nashville had to be excluded – Corona. If the Earthquakes reached the final on August 12th, Jungwirth would have spent seven weeks in isolation.

With everything currently happening in the United States, Jungwirth would rather be with his wife. The “current situation” with “Corona, the protests, a lot of violence, many shootings in the country – this is not a state that can be completely hidden”, he admits. And then he still lives in this bubble, he is locked up in this huge facility: “You’ve got a bit of a headache.” After a 0-0 win against the Seattle Sounders, the Quakes hit the Vancouver Whitecaps on Thursday.

Jungwirth and his team even went to the “bubble” a few days earlier than required – training was not permitted in San Jose, not least because California has become a hotspot for the pandemic. “Of course,” says Jungwirth in view of his private and professional circumstances, “you look enviously to your home country because the Germans manage it so well. Life in Germany would be much easier. “

Unsurprisingly, Jungwirth takes a critical view of how to deal with the pandemic. “Of course the president failed,” he says of the American president Donald Trump, “but not only the president, also the governors.” In California, for example, everything happens “more by accident,” he says. Democrat Gavin Newson rules there. Jungwirth believes that the politicians, regardless of which party, should work together, “that did not happen at all, which is why we are now in this catastrophic situation”.

Jungwirth, on the other hand, was pleased that the players and the league set clear signs against racism at the tournament. He considers the actions to be “outstanding” and “simply important”. As football professionals “we are entertainers to make people happy, but on the other hand we are also role models for society”. Due to its restart, the MLS was the first American professional league to take a visible position – the response was not only great in the domestic media.

Despite all the problems that currently accompany him up close in the United States: Jungwirth, who has played 44 games for German national teams, is currently not thinking of returning. He only extended his contract in San Jose by a few years in October 2019 – how long is a trade secret. “I love the league,” but above all he loves the Bay Area, “where my friends spend their annual vacation. Then you know that you are blessed ”. Despite all the problems.


VfL Osnabrück is subject to the 31. Round with 0:2 VfL Bochum

VfL Osnabrück is subject to the 31. Round with 0:2 VfL Bochum

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