Bundesliga live stream: The relegation second leg between HSV and Hertha BSC is on Monday evening. Kick-off is on Monday at 8.30 p.m. in Hamburg. We’ll tell you where you can easily stream the game.

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Hamburger SV – Hertha BSC

05/23/2022 | 8:30 p.m

Was that it? After the 1-0 in the first leg of the Bundesliga relegation, the Hamburgers celebrate as if the second division was over. However, Hertha BSC does not give up and is looking for one last chance.

After the bitter defeat in the relegation first leg, Hertha coach Felix Magath murmured something to say goodbye to his HSV colleague Tim Walter. Attentive observers were sure to have heard the words “enjoy the evening”. This statement could be interpreted in such a way that Magath (68) wanted to whisper to his Hamburg colleague Walter (46) after the 0: 1 (0: 0) in the emotionally charged Olympic Stadium that he should still enjoy this one evening, because on Monday he will be after the Rejoicing in the second leg for the Bundesliga affiliation.

However, Walter had already opted for the more likely, sincere and serious variant of the Magath words. You know each other and were happy to meet up for a coffee party in Munich. Walter enjoyed this evening in Berlin for a long time anyway and made no attempt not to show it.

“Because we believe in ourselves. We did that all season. We don’t deviate from our style of play. We continue on our way. We want games like this. That’s why it was nice today, but it will be just as nice on Monday,” said Walter about HSV’s self-image. In fact, the Hamburgers were the better team, which is not an outstanding performance given the modest Hertha qualities that were offered at the low level of the season.

While Magath apparently lost his magical abilities celebrated by fans like Boulevard in Berlin’s crisis mode, HSV is celebrating after six wins in a row without any Hanseatic formality. The pros’ celebrations in front of the impressive fan block in Berlin looked like a promotion party. Possibly the biggest risk in the second leg is that everything seems fixed with the return of the dinosaur after four years of second division sadness.

“It starts all over again on Monday. Then we have to put in at least the same performance, if not better. We’re happy that we won, but we haven’t achieved anything,” warned captain Sebastian Schonlau. Lucky goalscorer Ludovit Reis, who missed a cross but sailed into the goal, said: “It’s a good step, but we’ve got it one more game.” Holstein Kiel could be a reminder, last year the second division team won 1-0 at 1. FC Köln, only to lose everything in the second leg.

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