“Joker” Nils Petersen has stabbed again and could become a pioneer for the SC Freiburg for the lucrative European football business.
“The victory is worth gold, we would have taken a point, but three are better,” said the 33-year-old striker after his 33. Jokertor to the 2-1 win on Sunday in the Bundesliga game at Eintracht Frankfurt.
The Breisgauer lie as a table fifth with 48 points four points in front of the TSG 1899 Hoffenheim and the 1st Union Berlin and only three behind the league-fourth RB Leipzig. “There are only five games, including two home games, and only a few points to be awarded,” Petersen said to the opportunities on the move to the Europa League or even the Champions League.
Vincenzo Grifo brought the Freiburg (27 minutes). After compensation by Filip Kostic (54th), Petersen (69.) managed seven minutes after his intercession of the winner by head after a free-kick of Christian Günter. “We practiced it several times during the week – and it worked,” explained Freiburg’s coach Christian Streich. “Great that he did just right.” Petersen said only: “That was happier’s happiness.”
Prank sets new club record
For prank his striker is an exception player. “I’ve never trained a player who has such a gift to know an intuition where the balls do,” praised the coach. “He’s almost always running right, in the sense of probability where the balls do.” That’s a great quality that all had big strikers. “There are few in the Bundesliga who can do that so well.”
Petersen gave prank its 105th Bundesligasieg for the SC Freiburg. Thereafter, the coach overflowed his successful predecessor Volker Finke, who brought it to 104 successes with the Breisgauer.
For the Frankfurt, the Petersen Gate could have destroyed the targeted European acup qualification. “We are still in the Europa League, so I’m not thinking about the next season now,” said Eintracht coach Oliver Glasner after the “brutal defeat”. Finally, the Hesse fight on Thursday at the Spanish Topclub FC Barcelona around the entry into the semifinals. The first leg was 1: 1. “Now our very clear goal is to come into the semi-finals,” said Eintracht-Petersens Management Markus Kröse after the 1: 2 against Freiburg. “We drive there and beat the.”