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Trimmel: The thing you have to do against such an opponent

In the end they celebrated him anyway. When Urs Fischer ran across the place to the ARD interview across the place, he was celebrated by the Union fans with venue.

But that did not comfort the Swiss over the one who has just been experienced. “It hurts scary, that’s bitter,” he said about the K.-O produced by Emil Forsberg. In the detention time. “Logical” he is proud of his team, “An extension we would have earned. The team did it great.” But, he said with a shrug, “in the end it did not serve”.

But why not? This explained, for example, Robin Knoche. “We just made it a mistake too much,” said the defender, and then went closer to detail. “Without the penalty Leipzig has a single chance in the first half, otherwise nothing dangerous. It is annoying that such an action happens in this game.” Paul Jaeckel went awkward against Christopher Nkunku awkward to work, André Silva turned the penalty penalty.

Once unhappy, done well

From the 25th minute, much talked for Union. Sheraldo Becker got the leadership hit, the cream pass served Christopher Trimmel. The captain called the penalty “unhappy”, the winner of Forsberg, on the other hand, had simply been “well done”.

The Captain of the Köpenicker ordered another scene than playing decisions: four minutes before 1: 1 Becker and Taiwo Awoniyi ran on two Leipzig defender. But the crosspass Beckers was too inaccurate, Awoniyi slipped away with his final attempt from a pointed angle even away – gone was the chance to 2: 0 (57.). “We had a great opportunity, the thing you have to do against such an opponent,” Trimmel said. “We were very close to it.”

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The crunched was a bit. “At the moment it feels very empty. We believed the whole game about that we create the sensation that we move into the final. It is very, very bitter.”

Union Berlin: Urs Fischer About Knoches Important Sign

With four chambers of seven games, Union had narrowly bumped in February and March and approaching the 40-point target in very small steps. Through the 1-0 on Friday night against a surprisingly harmless and idealess 1. FC Cologne, the Köpenicker in a game in which it was heavier for Union to lose as to win over this hurdle. Now the FCU stands at 41 meters. From a “joyful evening” Union coach Urs Fischer spoke after the first second league victory since the end of January and gave his team once two days. For joy – and relief – also a further message in Köpenick: The contract extension of Robin Knoche.

Cheftrainer Urs Fischers erster Tag beim 1. FC Union Berlin
On the morning of the game against Cologne, as stadium spokesman Christian work described the process, the defensive chief of the Iron’s signature set the new working paper. A first offer is said to have rejected a bit, which had come in the summer 2020 free transfer from VfL Wolfsburg. Now the extension of the contract, which would have expired at the end of the season.

Knoche should “be a pillar of the team in the coming years”

How long Knoche Union is preserved, the club – as usual in the FCU in such things – did not know. Manager Oliver Ruhnert, however, said that the 29-year-old “also in the coming years” should be a pillar of the team, the runtime is not only a year (which would have made little sense for both sides). After the disposals of various leaders – about Christian Gentner, Robert Andrich, Marvin Friedrich or Max Kruse \ – and the upcoming change of Grischa Prömel (goes in summer to Hoffenheim) it is Ruhnert & Co. this time managed to keep a central figure. Accordingly facilitated, coaches Urs Fischer also turned over Knoches.

“I’m glad, not more…” said the Swiss coach and explained, “One or the other service provider has left us or will leave us. It’s an important sign. One has seen in the game against Cologne once again How important Robin for the team is as a guide player. He plays a really very constant season. “

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