On Monday there will be a decisive relegation second leg for Hertha BSC at Hamburger SV. Coach Felix Magath is already resting his hopes on leader Kevin-Prince Boateng, who recently played no role.

“Final player”: Kevin-Prince Boateng is said to be the saving player for Hertha BSC in the second leg of the relegation, although there was no place for him in the lost first leg (0-1) against Hamburger SV. Coach Felix Magath announced on Sunday: “He will play a big role tomorrow night. The Prince is a finalist. He knows how to do it,” reports the “kicker”.

Banksitzer: Last Thursday, after the defeat against HSV, Magath said the game didn’t allow the 35-year-old to come on as a substitute. Before that, there should have been a disagreement between Boateng and the coach. But now everything sounds different. “With Prince we will need someone who will ensure order on the offensive,” says Magath.

Two hopefuls: Midfielder Santiago Ascacibar is also set to return. In the first leg, the Argentine had to come off a yellow card suspension. Ascacibar and Boateng are the two hopefuls for the second leg on Monday in Hamburg.

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