Before the second leg in the relegation on Monday at HSV, “Retter” Felix Magath pulls out all the tricks to somehow keep his Hertha in the Bundesliga.

Magath believes in Hertha: Hertha BSC lost the relegation first leg against HSV 0-1 on Thursday after a poor performance. But that doesn’t stop coach Felix Magath from optimistically believing that the Berliners will stay up in the league.

Pressure at HSV: “At the moment we’re out and can only win. Now HSV has something to lose,” said Magath on Sunday in the capital. He speaks strongly about his team: “There are so many examples in football of making up for deficits after the first game.”

High-risk game: Around 6,000 Hertha fans are expected in Hamburg on Monday – including 500 violent problem fans, as “Sport 1” reports. The police classified the game as a “high-risk game”.

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