Innsbruck – Alessandro Schöpf complained about the outfield band and knee capsules ahead of German Bundesliga's Hertha BSC and Schalke 2-2 draw on Friday. The duration that the ÖFB team player should pause is Saturday, but not fixed. Ulrich Boenisch's Sunday study by Augsburg's knee specialist should provide information on the severity of the injury.
Hertha defender Karim Rekik received a yellow card with a shot from Schöpf in the 51st minute. "I did not mean to hurt him and I did not think it was a red card, it was an accident," Rekik said. His ball contact was bad. "And he is faster than me and I moved his foot, I am very sorry," said the 24 – year – old Dutchman. In Instagram, he apologized again to Tirol. "I did not intend to hurt you, so stay tuned! I hope to be able to play again soon." Schöpf could continue playing but had to replace it in the 27th minute.
"The injuries of Alessandro Jeff and Benjamin Stam li will hurt us and hurt us in the coming weeks," Domenico Tedesco had a longer downtime after the final whistle. Stambouli was charged with fracture of the uterus in the square. The third Schalke with Steven Skrzybski was injured at the closing ceremony.
"We have only two center bags. I am happy if we choose one," Tedskov said. But not only after Schopf's injury, but also in aggressive situations, the workforce is nervous. In the case of ÖFB team strikers Guido Burgstaller and Swiss Breel Embolo, two more strikers were missing. (APA)