Luck in the rush! Werder goes under in Dusseldorf

For Werder Bremen, after a used week, the targeted Europacup participation has moved far away.

Three days after the bitter semi-final finish in the DFB Cup against Bavaria Munich, the team of trainer Florian Kohfeldt had to take the next dive with a 1:4 (1:2) at Upsteiger Fortuna Dusseldorf in the league. Due to the second break in a row Werder is stuck on square eight and could be overtaken on Sunday by VfL Wolfsburg.

The hit for Dusseldorf, which has been on the safe side for two weeks now, was achieved by Benito Raman (1.), Kenan Karaman (22.), Rouwen Hennings (56.) and Markus Suttner (73). Becoming Captain Max Kruse (28.) met per foulelfmeter for the guests of the Weser.

Dusseldorf meets after 49 seconds

Before 52.500 spectators in the sale out Dusseldorf Arena the Rhineland caught a lightning start. After 49 seconds Raman, who was in 36, succeeded. Minute injured had to be exchanged, after a precise example of Rouwen Hennings’tenth season hit.

In the following two times Kaan Ayhan and Dodi Lukebakio gave good opportunities for the self-confident host, before Karaman increased to 2:0.

Bremen gradually freed himself from the clutches and played bolder forward. After a foul by Fortuna’s Chief of Defense Ayhan at Davy Klaassen, referee Benjamin Cortus rightly decided on a penalty kick after having looked at the scene once again on the monitor. Kruse then turned his 14th. Bundesliga-Elfmeter in succession quite sovereign.

Sahin fails at the Latte

Luck seven minutes later Fortuna goalkeeper Michael Rensing, when Nuri Sahin met only the Latte from a short distance. Afterwards, the guests, who got the Fortuna Defensive in the final phase of the first half, pressed into swimming again and again.

Even after the break, the guests quickly resumed the command and presented the most contentious defense of the Fortuna with problems. But the landlords, with their superb director Kevin Stoger, also repeatedly put needles on their side.

After a perfect account Karaman served his sidekick Hennings perfectly, who then had little trouble at his sixth season meeting. Werder did reappear, but in the end the powers of Suttner and the Green-whites faded away.