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Bundesliga: Darmstadt 98 draws 1-1 in Bremen

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Bundesliga: Darmstadt 98 draws 1-1 in Bremen

Tim Skarke rushed to Florian Badstübner and confronted the referee on the pitch, and the angry coach Torsten Lieberknecht couldn’t stay in his seat either: After the dramatic final moments, the frustration at Darmstadt 98 was deep – Badstübner scored two goals from the bottom of the table Not in the 1:1 (1:1) draw at Werder Bremen.

The last few seconds in particular were tough: Skarke blocked a freeing shot from Werder goalkeeper Michael Zetterer and sank the ball into the goal to make it 2-1. But because Skarke had previously touched the ball with his hand, the hit didn’t count. The negative series of the Darmstadt team, who have been waiting for a win since October 7, 2023, did not end in Bremen either. “Scandal, scandal,” cried Lieberknecht, who was suspended for a fourth yellow card, in the catacombs.

And there was also encouragement from the opponent. “This is very unfortunate for the people of Darmstadt,” said Clemens Fritz, the successor to managing director Frank Baumann, who left in the summer, on Sky. So in the end there was a draw in which the Hessians rewarded themselves with a point for their high morale, but missed out on the success they longed for. With 13 points, Darmstadt remains last, and Werder could have moved even closer to the European Cup places with a win.

Christoph Zimmermann initially scored into his own goal to give Bremen the lead (8th). Julian Justvan (33rd) equalized for the bravely fighting Darmstadt team.

Despite major defensive personnel problems, the hosts started furiously. After Romano Schmid’s first missed big chance, an own goal gave Bremen an early lead. The strong Schmid crossed low into the middle, Zimmermann slotted the ball into the net in front of Justin Njinmah, who was ready to shoot.

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Despite further chances, Werder had to settle for a draw at the break. A double deflected shot from Justvan slipped through the arms of Bremen goalkeeper Michael Zetterer – much to the delight of Ovid Hajou, who represented Lieberknecht on the sidelines.

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The guests celebrated in the final phase, but Skarke’s supposed opening goal didn’t count because it was offside (78′). Seconds before the end, Skarke scored again after a serious mistake by Zetterer, but this time he had previously touched the ball with his hand.

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