The result crisis remains true to Hertha BSC. But hope, the strong first half of Bochum – and the successful debut of Marc Oliver Kempf.

He was the best two-fighter of his team, petically safe and a command-bearing driver – only really happy was Marc Oliver Kempf after his debut for Hertha BSC was not. “That’s what I did well, but the goalkeeper annoys me scary,” said the central defender after the 1: 1 (1: 0) at home against VfL Bochum.

Due to the equalizer of Sebastian Polter (48), where the goalkeeper Alexander Schwolov had strongly helped with an unfortunate crash shot in front of the feet of the scorer, the Berliner continues to stuck in the result crisis. Since five competitors, they have not been won anymore, the descent remains a real danger.

But there is also hope. In the first 45 minutes Hertha showed game wit, dynamics and offensive urge, “That was my best half since I’ve been there,” said coach Tayfun Korkut.

And at the back, Kempf stabilized the two-prone defense of the league. “He knew very confidently in every action,” Kulkut swarmed the newcomer from Stuttgart: “You see now that he will definitely help us.”

“The next games can come”

Marc Oliver Kempf | Neuzugang | Hertha BSC
For all 3000 spectators in the Olympic Stadium was also clearly recognizable that the interior-back colleague Niklas works greatly magnificently.

Both were once side by side European champion at the U19 and U21, now they should keep the store at Hertha. “It’s good to have him next to me,” said strongly at “Dazn”: “The next games can come.”

In the coming game on Saturday at the final light SPVGG Greuther Fürth, yes, then a win again. Make the Herthaners against the strong first half against Bochum, the chances are good. However, as after the side change, let us take over by changes and recruitments, it becomes difficult.

“In the halftime it was a bit louder,” said VfL coach Thomas rice: “We have changed the system and brought a player with a presence with a Polter.” The right in terms of dot division gives two descent candidates hope for the league.