Hoffenheim vs liverpool
Aug. UEFA Champions League Spielbericht für TSG Hoffenheim vs. FC. Hoffenheim (GER). -. Liverpool (ENG) Hoffenheim. Oliver Baumann 1. Baumann (GK) . play-off openers · Hoffenheim v Liverpool: play-off facts and stats. Dez. Hoffenheim vs. Liverpool. Es war das attraktivste Los der Playoffs. Die Metropolregion wurde von einem Gefühl erfasst, von einer unglaublich. Spielanteil und Ballbesitz ist strunz: Die Debatte um die Raumdeutung zwischen den beiden Trainern war in Wahrheit ja eine um die Deutungshoheit nach diesem ersten von zwei Aufeinandertreffen. Folge der TSG Hoffenheim. Ein Glück, dass sich die Liverpool-Fans auf treffsichere Angreifer verlassen können. Baumann - Bicakcic Hoffenheim hat auch kein 'unglückliches' Gegentor hinnehmen müssen, sondern ein wunderbares Freistosstor kassiert, welches - auf deutscher Seite erzielt - in die Auswahl zum Tor des Monats genommen worden wäre. Hoffenheim kann in ein paar Jahren auch dort hin kommen. Liverpool zeigte sich nach Wiederbeginn zunächst stärker. Welchen Anteil Anfield an den ersten 21 Minuten dieser Partie hatte? Uth - Wagner Liverpool:
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Julian Nagelsmann became the youngest manager in Bundesliga history when he was appointed in February at the age of Hoffenheim were seven points from safety when he took over from Huub Stevens, but won seven of their last 14 league games to survive, before going on to finish fourth in his first full season.
His playing career was ended at U19 level by a series of knee injuries. This is a really tough tie for Liverpool.
They were defensively questionable again against Watford. The Virgil van Dijk cloud was hanging over them and now the Philippe Coutinho cloud is darkening.
They need positive resolutions to both deals if they are to be really successful this season. What have they actually changed from last season?
Hoffenheim 1 M Uth Hoffenheim v Liverpool preview: Serge Gnabry is on loan at Hoffenheim from Bayern Munich. Bicakcic is taken off, presumably because he keeps being done by Mane.
H offenheim start in exactly the same way as they did the first and a quick one-two completely undoes the Liverpool defence. Sane is in here!
He gets down the left and runs past his the defender into the box. The pass sets up Firmino for a tap in and somehow the Brazilian misses!
His low poke at the ball puts into the goalkeeper and Hoffenheim survive! That should be Does it need 5 in wall? Position in relation to wall?
Have less men in the wall and take up a more central position. Liverpool are fortunate to be ahead here.
H offenheim are pushing for an equaliser before the break. Nobody looks assured at all. Liverpool are all over the place in defence and Hoffenheim outnumber the defenders three to two!
Moreno is alone at the back for a minute and has to go up against a striker to win a header, the ball bounces loose and after a magnificent save from close range, the follow up shot hits the post and bounces out!
It should be A lexander-Arnold is brimming with confidence tonight and making some great attacking runs down the right flank. Henderson or Can are dropping between the two centre-backs to allow the wing-backs to get down those flanks.
He nutmegged the defender and everything! Demirbay might have to go off injured after picking up a knock at the halfway line. H ow will Hoffenheim respond?
So far the answer is: Can gets a shot in from 25 yards as space opens up in the final third, Matip steps across to intercept a pass down the wing.
Liverpool keep the ball and move up the pitch. Alexander-Arnold has just hit a brilliant free-kick into the bottom corner! T hat line is a little off but gives an idea of how he hit that one.
M ane has been great so far. He darts into a tiny bit of space and draws the foul from Bicakcic, who is booked. Free-kick in a dangerous area for Liverpool!
Liverpool could do with keeping the ball for a bit here and are trying it, with Henderson dropping between the centre-backs.
Hoffenheim have everyone else marked. S alah tries to nick the ball from Hubner and catches him as the defender spins to keep the ball.
The referee asks Hubner to cool his jets because he gets a little bit too angry with that one, Clive.
The free-kick is curled into the middle and cleared. Hoffenheim keep the ball. This Hoffenheim formation is so clever - every line of attack is in the space between midfield and attack, or midfield and defence, making it really difficult for Liverpool to keep track of them.
L iverpool have struggled to keep hold of the ball in this game. Hoffenheim are controlling the space on the pitch, pressing high and forcing them to play longer passes forward which are just being picked off by the defenders.
The ball is crossed in from the left and Kaderabek is unmarked at the back post. He takes the shot on with a difficult volley but puts it way over.
L iverpool have the chance to counter as the ball is given away by a central midfielder in another dangerous position.
Nothing comes of it. They build up play like this but defend as a five. In attack the two wide players are expected to get forward, while the defenders step up to the half way line.
C an is booked for a foul. Liverpool seem to be playing a back three at the moment too, mirroring their opponent. C an plays in Alexander-Arnold who pops up on the right wing, winning a corner with a low cross.
Hoffenheim are prepared for these low crosses into the box - none have worked so far. He sprints and has a five yard head start but Vogt absolutely powers his way back to put Salah off and the Egyptian ends up placing his shot wide of the post.
T errible penalty by Kramaric! He hits it straight down the middle with absolutely no power Shame on you, Kramaric. G nabry is tackled and Mane works some dribbling magic on the left to stay away from Bicakcic.
Is that a penalty?! A Hoffenheim set piece is curled into the middle and Lovren stretches to slide and cut it out Liverpool are nervous in defence but come to life in attack and Moreno overlaps on the left, sending a great pass to Salah at the near post.
Again, Hoffenheim deal with it. H offenheim are dangerous! Kaderabek has just done Moreno on the right wing but his chipped cross is cleared at the back of the box.
Liverpool having to defend here - Hoffenheim look strong on the wings. They build up play with a three in defence and a three just in front, with two wide players and one central.
L iverpool are taking their time in possession, Hoffenheim are pressing high to put them off their passing. He sticks the ball in the back of the net but the whistle had gone.
In they were in the German fifth tier. I spoke to my players because yes we deserve the chance tonight but nothing else, if we want more, we have to perform!
I know, or think, we can do it. For Hoffenheim, if any other team would have got Hoffenheim it would have been impossible. Not when we come here.
Nagelsmann, the Hoffenheim manager, taking his pre-interview make-up. Fair enough, no-one wants to glisten under the TV lights pic. T he Hoffenheim manager is 30 years old.
A youth team player at Augsburg and Munchen, his career was cut short by injury before he could turn professional and his story is well-documented now: He took the stage at the Rhein-Neckar Stadium on Tuesday with his defender Kevin Vogt, 25, and the two of them looked like team-mates.
D o you love this thread? Unless he does, in which case I would be wrong. Nagelsmann going for white shirt with granddad collar; blue skinnies; low-cut socks; trainers.
They look more like towels, and this has confused me. I know footballers have money Liverpool playing in white tonight.
W hat could it mean?! I really enjoyed this piece and thoroughly recommend reading it. At Liverpool he has won 50 games, drawn 28 and lost At Dortmund his record was slightly better at 52 wins, 30 draws and 18 losses.
After games at Dortmund - in February - Klopp had won no major trophies, finishing fifth and sixth in the Bundesliga.