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Discussion in 'Yanks Abroad' started by dark knight, Sep 13, 2003.
43rd minute. Bobic 2, Hannover 1.
No mention of Dolo.
Same score. Still no mention of Cherundolo.
Kleber eqaulizes inthe 69th minute.
And de Guzman puts Hannover ahead in the 80th.
And we're final. Hertha gets on the score sheet for the season and Hannover picks up 3 points.
I'm sure someone who acutally speaks German will come in here and tell us how Cherundolo played.
Let's hope they don't do the usual give up the lead in the last five minutes.
Thanks for the updates.
sounds like Stevie had the assist for the game winner.
Hannover plays in a lot of high scoring games. They seem to score a lot and give up a lot.
Hannover started pretty confused what also includes Cherundolo. The first goal was assisted over his wing and he was late for the second when he tried to play on offside first. After Berlin led 2-0, the game entirely changed and Hannover took control. Their were no scenes in the defence anymore and also Cherundolo turned more and more offensive. He had several useful crosses that weren't converted. He assisted the "North American game winning goal" with a simple diagonally pass from his wing to De Guzman, who was standing about 14m away from the goal and hammered the ball into the right corner.
The arses on Fox Sports World referred to 'Brazilian de Guzman' getting the 3rd goal during their Borussia Dortmund vs Werder Bremen live broadcast this morning. Hannover site describes the winner as a 'traum tor' (dream goal)!
I had thought Hopkins had said "Julian" rather than "Brazilian". As I recall he was correcting his earlier report that had another scoring the goal. But my hearing is poor, so I probably got it wrong.
Cherundolo was rated 3. He already got 2 assists in 4 games – I think he only he had one in the entire last season with 33 games. His average rating so far is 3.38, which is not bad if he is able to keep it over a longer period of time.
De Guzman made kicker’s Team of the Day btw.
And an information for the ‘Tremmel-fans’ on the board: Hannover changed the starting goalie and replaced Tremmel by Marc Ziegler (27; 46 Bundesliga games with Stuttgart and Bielefeld; later Bursa, Innsbruck and Austria Vienna)
Wow, I watched 1 Hannover game, and I am not sure I had ever seen a pro goalkeeper as bad as Hannovers.
Adin Brown, sprecken sie Duetsch?
(sorry for mangling the spelling)
If I were Hannover, I'd make a play for Kevin Hartman. He's older, and I believe readier to step in. Plus, given his age, you won't have to pay extra for his potential.
Well, tbh, I'm sure there are GKs from other nations. I'm just saying if we're talking MLS GKs, let's not forget Hartman.
I posted that after reading it on another board but watched the game yesterday (tape) and the announcers in fact were quite correct.