Hertha BSC overcomes Preußen Münster 3-1

MüNSTER. Hertha BSC overcomes Preußen Münster 3-1.

Hertha BSC overcomes Preußen Münster 3-1

MüNSTER. Hertha BSC tops Preußen Münster 3-1. Hertha BSC took advantage of its superior ball possession (56%).

The match was played at the Preußen-Stadion stadium in Münster on Tuesday and it started at 4:30 pm local time. The referee was Frank Willenborg who had the assistance of Guido Kleve and Aarne Aarnink. The 4th official was Eric Müller. The weather was clear. The temperature was cold at 12.7 degrees Celsius or 54.82 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 81%.​

Match Statistics​

  • 44 Ball Possession 56
Shots
  • 15 Total 14
  • 9 On Target 6
  • 6 Off Target 8
  • 3 Shots blocked 4
  • 81 Attack 69
  • 57 Dangerous attack 72
  • 64 Ball safe 73
  • 0 Penalties 0
  • 5 Corners 11
Fouls
  • 9 Total 11
  • 6 Yellow Cards 2
  • 1 Double Yellow 0
  • 1 Red Card 0
Other
  • 3 Substitutions 5

Ball possession

Hertha BSC had a strong ball possession 56% while Preußen Münster was struggling with a 44% ball possession.

Attitude and shots

Hertha BSC was more aggressive with 72 dangerous attacks and 14 shots of which 6 were on target. This is one of the reasons why Hertha BSC won the contest.​

Preußen Münster shot 15 times, 9 on target, 6 off target. Regarding the opposition, Hertha BSC shot 14 times, 6 on target, 8 off target.

Cards

Preußen Münster received 5 yellow cards (D. Klann, A. Langlitz, J. Schauerte, N. Remberg and R. Ziegele). Regarding the opposition, Hertha BSC received 2 yellow cards (J. Ekkelenkamp and I. Belfodil).

N. Remberg (Preußen Münster) was sent off after receiving a second yellow card (45′).

Match Timeline

3'
36'
Thorben-Johannes Deters(goal)A. Langlitz
41'
45'
46'
55'
55'
56'
Alexander Langlitz- Yellow
62'
68'
69'
71'
74'
76'
76'
79'
81'
83'
85'
90'

Standings

Standings
No data available

After this match, Preußen Münster stays with points to occupy the 0th place in the table. Regarding the opposition, Hertha BSC has points (0th).

Next matches

Preußen Münster – Formation

Preußen Münster
G
6.4
D
Robin Ziegele 40.Germany
7.4
90'
D
Marcel Hoffmeier 30.Germany
6.8
D
Marvin Thiel 13.Germany
6.8
85'
D
Julian Schauerte 5.Germany
6.6
56'
M
6.8
81' Goals41'
M
Dominik Klann 18.Germany
6.9
68'
M
Nicolai Remberg 21.Germany
5.7
45'
F
Alexander Langlitz 23.Germany
6.6
69' 62'
F
Henok Teklab 32.Germany
7.4
F
Gerrit Wegkamp 25.Germany
7.3
Substitutes
G
Marko Đedović 24.Serbia
D
Jannik Borgmann 4.Germany
D
Simon Scherder 15.Germany
D
Luke Hemmerich 17.Germany
5.6
69'
M
Joshua Holtby 14.Germany
F
Jan Dahlke 9.Germany
6.7
85'
F
F
7.3
81'

Preußen Münster started with a aggressive line-up (4-3-3).

The manager Sascha Hildmann decided to play with the following team: Maximilian Schulze Niehues (6.4), Julian Schauerte (6.6), Robin Ziegele (7.4), Marcel Hoffmeier (6.8), Marvin Thiel (6.8), Nicolai Remberg (5.7), Dominik Klann (6.9), Thorben Deters (6.8), Alexander Langlitz (6.6), Gerrit Wegkamp (7.3) and Henok Teklab (7.4).

The home team had on the bench: Jannik Borgmann, Simon Scherder, Jan Dahlke (6.7), Marko Dedovic, Luke Hemmerich (5.6), Deniz-Fabian Bindemann, Joshua Holtby and Manuel Farrona-Pulido (7.3).

Substitutions

Preußen Münster made 3 changes: A. Langlitz for L. Hemmerich (69′), T. Deters for M. Farrona-Pulido (81′) and M. Thiel for J. Dahlke (85′).

Best player: Robin Ziegele​

Following our analysis, the most impressive player for Preußen Münster was Robin Ziegele.

His rating is (7.4) with 44 passes (90% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 5 duels out of 8.

Hertha BSC – Formation

Hertha BSC
G
Alexander Schwolow 1.Germany
7.5
D
Marvin Plattenhardt 21.Germany
8.0
D
Dedryck Boyata 4.Belgium
7.1
D
D. Zeefuik 42.Netherlands
7.0
D
L. Gechter 44.Germany
7.1
M
Vladimír Darida 6.Czech Republic
6.6
55'
M
Lucas Tousart 29.France
7.4
M
Jurgen Ekkelenkamp 10.Netherlands
6.1
55' 46'
M
D. Jastrzembski 30.Poland
7.1
71'
F
Stevan Jovetic  19.Montenegro
7.4
76' Goals3'
F
Davie Selke 7.Germany
6.2
76'
Substitutes
G
D
Cimo Röcker 34.Germany
M
Suat Serdar 8.Germany
7.2
55'
M
Santiago Ascacíbar 18.Argentina
F
Ishak Belfodil 14.Algeria
7.5
71' 74' Goals79'
F
Myziane Maolida 11.Comoros
7.4
76'
F
K. Piątek 9.Poland
6.5
76'
F
Marco Richter 23.Germany
7.5
55' Goals83'

Hertha BSC started with a 4-2-2-2 line-up (4-2-2-2).

On the other side, Pál Dárdai played with: Alexander Schwolow (7.5), Deyovaisio Zeefuik (7.0), Linus Gechter (7.1), Dedryck Boyata (7.1), Marvin Plattenhardt (8.0), Vladimír Darida (6.6), Lucas Tousart (7.4), Jurgen Ekkelenkamp (6.1), Dennis Jastrzembski (7.1), Davie Selke (6.2) and Stevan Jovetić (7.4).

They had on the bench: Cimo Röcker, Ishak Belfodil (7.5), Suat Serdar (7.2), Oliver Christensen, Maximilian Mittelstädt, Myziane Maolida (7.4), Krzysztof Piątek (6.5), Santiago Ascacibar and Marco Richter (7.5).

Substitutions

Hertha BSC made 5 changes: V. Darida for S. Serdar (55′), J. Ekkelenkamp for M. Richter (55′), D. Jastrzembski for I. Belfodil (71′), D. Selke for K. Piatek (76′) and S. Jovetic for M. Maolida (76′).

Best player: Marvin Plattenhardt​

The player that probably impressed the most for Hertha BSC was Marvin Plattenhardt even if he didn’t score any goal.

His rating is (8.0) with 48 passes (81% accurate) and 3 key passes. He was won 2 duels out of 5. He performed 8 crosses.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the DFB Pokal.​