Hertha BSC won their first game since January second, and manager Pal Dardai, defender Lukas Klünter, and skipper Niklas Stark addressed journalists with full emotions after the 2-1 comeback victory.
Recently reinstalled mentor
got his first success after six fixtures since replacing Bruno Labbadia toward the beginning of January. For the 44-year-old Hungarian mentor, the success accompanied uncommon importance. Notwithstanding at first falling 0-1 down to the WWK Arena outfit, his squad managed to come back and guard his undefeated record against Augsburg.
Dardai uncovered that he dreaded an awful beginning in the wake of noticing a helpless instructional meeting on Friday. Addressing journalists a while later, the Hungarian let people into his changing room by revealing a few subtleties of his half-time team talk.
"[I said] Guys, it's not going to get any worse," Dardai relayed, "It's bad enough as it is. [I called for] more risky and aggressive play."
After Krzysztof Piatek's equalizer in minute 62, the Hertha coach sent Dodi Lukebakio three minutes after looking for victory. Dardai lauded his squad for ceaselessly "
" themselves to secure the three points.
Feelings ran high among two players who were interviewed.
appeared to be the most moved player
"What a weight has been lifted off our shoulders," the 24-year-old told said afterwards, "We almost cried afterwards because the last few weeks have really been that bad for us.
additionally yielded that he
"couldn't put into words"
his sensation of repose.
The outcome puts the German's Old Lady three points clear of the relegation zone playoff place. With tenBundesliga
matches remaining, be that as it may, the capital city club is not clear of the danger yet.