Until shortly before the end, the match between FC Schalke and 1. FSV Mainz 05 in the Bundesliga deserved to be deserved. Amine Harit then decided to score the match with a brilliant goal at 2: 1, but still for "royal blue".
The team of coach David Wagner, who had played himself as a professional for Mainz from 1991 to 95, had played extremely hard Friday and football (20.09.2019) and the performance of football was very poor. In the end, Schalke fans then celebrated the jump in second place – at least for one night.
After the match, striker Harit spoke about his learning process as Schalke's professional: "I've changed everything and I'm more focused, it's profitable, I'm very happy for l & # 39; team ".
Guided tour by an ex-Mainzer
At first, everything went as planned for the "minors". After two consecutive victories, they started more actively, put the pressure and the defensive left practically nothing. However, there was little prediction of the momentum of the 5-1 win at SC Paderborn.
Just ten minutes before the break, the conclusion was reasonable, which was synonymous with the opening goal: Harit, launched on the left wing of a solo, served the former player Mainz Suat Serdar, who perfectly placed the ball under the bar (36th minute).
Leadership only managed
But then the sovereignty was completely lost, Mainz was always better in the match and deserved the equalization of Karim Onisiwu in the 74th minute. When everything looked like a draw, only one action decided the match: Harit scored in the 89th minute with a stroke of genius for a very happy 2-1 win.
Mainz striker Onisiwu was upset after the match: "We rarely came to the really dangerous areas, it was definitely more possible for us, we did a good game." Sascha Riether, the head of Schalke's licensing team, admitted: "It was not a good game for us, but the victory was extremely important, we benefit from it."
Medical emergency in the stands
The game was overshadowed by a medical emergency, Schalke announced during the game on Twitter. A spectator was to be stowed in the stands and then taken to the hospital. It was the supporters of both teams who temporarily stopped their support.
As the Schalke are really good, they can prove it next Saturday (28.09.2019) – then to RB Leipzig. Mainz is needed at the same time in the home match against VfL Wolfsburg.
Source: Good king News