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<p><em>UFC Fight Night 129: Maia vs. Usman</em>&#160;marks the fight promotion’s debut in Santiago, Chile. Despite the fight card traveling a rocky road to get here, following Friday&#39;s official weigh-in, the event is now set for Saturday at Movistar Arena.&#160;</p> <p>The fight card was initially slated to feature Kamaru Usman squaring off with fellow rising star Santiago Ponzinibbio, but the Argentinian fighter had to withdraw because of an injury. The UFC Fight Night 129 headliner did not suffer any drop-off, however, as former welterweight title challenger Demian Maia – who currently sits at No. 7 in the <a href="https://www.mmaweekly.com/welterweight-division-170-pound-limit-mma-top-10" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Welterweight Top 10 Rankings" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Welterweight Top 10 Rankings</a> – agreed to step in.</p> <p>The revamped main event is now official as Maia stepped on the scale at 171 pounds and Usman at 170 pounds.</p> <p>A light heavyweight battle between former champion Mauricio “Shogun” Rua and rising contender Volkan Oezdemir was supposed to occupy the co-main event slot. Issues surrounding travel because of an ongoing Oezdemir legal issue made it necessary to move that bout to the UFC Fight Night 134 fight card slated for July in Hamburg, Germany.</p> <p>In its absence, a pivotal strawweight bout between Alexa Grasso and Tatiana Suarez has moved into the co-headlining spot. The winner promises to make a move up the <a href="https://www.mmaweekly.com/womens-strawweight-mma-top-10-rankings-115-pound-limit" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Top 10 Rankings" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Top 10 Rankings</a> and edge closer to title contention.</p> <p>Grasso and Suarez each weighed 115 pounds at the official weigh-in.</p> <p>None of the fighters on the UFC Chile card had any issues with the scale.</p> <p><strong>TRENDING &#62;&#160;<a href="https://www.mmaweekly.com/who-is-the-favorite-if-chuck-liddell-and-tito-ortiz-fight-for-the-third-time" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Who is the Favorite if Chuck Liddell and Tito Ortiz Fight for the Third Time?" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Who is the Favorite if Chuck Liddell and Tito Ortiz Fight for the Third Time?</a></strong></p> <h2><span><strong>UFC Fight Night 129: Maia vs. Usman Weigh-in Results</strong></span></h2> <p><span><strong>Main Card (10 p.m. ET on FS1)</strong></span></p> <ul> <li><span>Demian Maia (171) vs. Kamaru Usman (170)</span></li> <li><span>Alexa Grasso (115)&#160;vs.&#160;Tatiana Suarez (115)</span></li> <li><span>Jared Cannonier (205) vs. Dominick Reyes (205)</span></li> <li><span>Diego Rivas (136)&#160;vs.&#160;Guido Cannetti (136)</span></li> <li><span>Veronica Macedo (126)&#160;vs.&#160;Andrea Lee (125)</span></li> <li><span>Vicente Luque (170)&#160;vs.&#160;Chad Laprise (171)</span></li> </ul> <p><span><strong>Prelims (8 p.m. ET on FS2)</strong></span></p> <ul> <li><span>Zak Cummings (170) vs. Michel Prazeres (170)</span></li> <li><span>Brandon Moreno&#160;(125) vs. Alexandre Pantoja (125)</span></li> <li><span>Poliana Botelho (115) vs.&#160;Syuri Kondo (116)</span></li> <li><span>Gabriel Benitez&#160;(145) vs. Humberto Bandenay&#160;(145)</span></li> </ul> <p><span><strong>Early Prelims (6:30 p.m. ET on UFC Fight Pass)</strong></span></p> <ul> <li><span>Enrique Barzola (145) vs. Brandon Davis (146)</span></li> <li><span>Henry Briones (136) vs.&#160;Frankie Saenz (136)</span></li> <li><span>Claudio Puelles (154) vs.&#160;Felipe Silva (156)</span></li> </ul> <p>Tune-in to MMAWeekly.com on Saturday for full <a href="https://www.mmaweekly.com/ufc-fight-night-129-chile-results-maia-vs-usman-full-results-and-live-fight-stats" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:UFC Fight Night 129: Maia vs. Usman Live Results and Fight Stats" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">UFC Fight Night 129: Maia vs. Usman Live Results and Fight Stats</a>. The first bout is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. ET / 3:30 p.m. PT.</p>
UFC Fight Night 129: Maia vs. Usman is Golden Following Official Weigh-ins

UFC Fight Night 129: Maia vs. Usman marks the fight promotion’s debut in Santiago, Chile. Despite the fight card traveling a rocky road to get here, following Friday's official weigh-in, the event is now set for Saturday at Movistar Arena. 

The fight card was initially slated to feature Kamaru Usman squaring off with fellow rising star Santiago Ponzinibbio, but the Argentinian fighter had to withdraw because of an injury. The UFC Fight Night 129 headliner did not suffer any drop-off, however, as former welterweight title challenger Demian Maia – who currently sits at No. 7 in the Welterweight Top 10 Rankings – agreed to step in.

The revamped main event is now official as Maia stepped on the scale at 171 pounds and Usman at 170 pounds.

A light heavyweight battle between former champion Mauricio “Shogun” Rua and rising contender Volkan Oezdemir was supposed to occupy the co-main event slot. Issues surrounding travel because of an ongoing Oezdemir legal issue made it necessary to move that bout to the UFC Fight Night 134 fight card slated for July in Hamburg, Germany.

In its absence, a pivotal strawweight bout between Alexa Grasso and Tatiana Suarez has moved into the co-headlining spot. The winner promises to make a move up the Top 10 Rankings and edge closer to title contention.

Grasso and Suarez each weighed 115 pounds at the official weigh-in.

None of the fighters on the UFC Chile card had any issues with the scale.

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UFC Fight Night 129: Maia vs. Usman Weigh-in Results

Main Card (10 p.m. ET on FS1)

  • Demian Maia (171) vs. Kamaru Usman (170)
  • Alexa Grasso (115) vs. Tatiana Suarez (115)
  • Jared Cannonier (205) vs. Dominick Reyes (205)
  • Diego Rivas (136) vs. Guido Cannetti (136)
  • Veronica Macedo (126) vs. Andrea Lee (125)
  • Vicente Luque (170) vs. Chad Laprise (171)

Prelims (8 p.m. ET on FS2)

  • Zak Cummings (170) vs. Michel Prazeres (170)
  • Brandon Moreno (125) vs. Alexandre Pantoja (125)
  • Poliana Botelho (115) vs. Syuri Kondo (116)
  • Gabriel Benitez (145) vs. Humberto Bandenay (145)

Early Prelims (6:30 p.m. ET on UFC Fight Pass)

  • Enrique Barzola (145) vs. Brandon Davis (146)
  • Henry Briones (136) vs. Frankie Saenz (136)
  • Claudio Puelles (154) vs. Felipe Silva (156)

Tune-in to MMAWeekly.com on Saturday for full UFC Fight Night 129: Maia vs. Usman Live Results and Fight Stats. The first bout is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. ET / 3:30 p.m. PT.

<p><em>UFC Fight Night 129: Maia vs. Usman</em>&#160;marks the fight promotion’s debut in Santiago, Chile. Despite the fight card traveling a rocky road to get here, following Friday&#39;s official weigh-in, the event is now set for Saturday at Movistar Arena.&#160;</p> <p>The fight card was initially slated to feature Kamaru Usman squaring off with fellow rising star Santiago Ponzinibbio, but the Argentinian fighter had to withdraw because of an injury. The UFC Fight Night 129 headliner did not suffer any drop-off, however, as former welterweight title challenger Demian Maia – who currently sits at No. 7 in the <a href="https://www.mmaweekly.com/welterweight-division-170-pound-limit-mma-top-10" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Welterweight Top 10 Rankings" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Welterweight Top 10 Rankings</a> – agreed to step in.</p> <p>The revamped main event is now official as Maia stepped on the scale at 171 pounds and Usman at 170 pounds.</p> <p>A light heavyweight battle between former champion Mauricio “Shogun” Rua and rising contender Volkan Oezdemir was supposed to occupy the co-main event slot. Issues surrounding travel because of an ongoing Oezdemir legal issue made it necessary to move that bout to the UFC Fight Night 134 fight card slated for July in Hamburg, Germany.</p> <p>In its absence, a pivotal strawweight bout between Alexa Grasso and Tatiana Suarez has moved into the co-headlining spot. The winner promises to make a move up the <a href="https://www.mmaweekly.com/womens-strawweight-mma-top-10-rankings-115-pound-limit" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Top 10 Rankings" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Top 10 Rankings</a> and edge closer to title contention.</p> <p>Grasso and Suarez each weighed 115 pounds at the official weigh-in.</p> <p>None of the fighters on the UFC Chile card had any issues with the scale.</p> <p><strong>TRENDING &#62;&#160;<a href="https://www.mmaweekly.com/who-is-the-favorite-if-chuck-liddell-and-tito-ortiz-fight-for-the-third-time" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:Who is the Favorite if Chuck Liddell and Tito Ortiz Fight for the Third Time?" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">Who is the Favorite if Chuck Liddell and Tito Ortiz Fight for the Third Time?</a></strong></p> <h2><span><strong>UFC Fight Night 129: Maia vs. Usman Weigh-in Results</strong></span></h2> <p><span><strong>Main Card (10 p.m. ET on FS1)</strong></span></p> <ul> <li><span>Demian Maia (171) vs. Kamaru Usman (170)</span></li> <li><span>Alexa Grasso (115)&#160;vs.&#160;Tatiana Suarez (115)</span></li> <li><span>Jared Cannonier (205) vs. Dominick Reyes (205)</span></li> <li><span>Diego Rivas (136)&#160;vs.&#160;Guido Cannetti (136)</span></li> <li><span>Veronica Macedo (126)&#160;vs.&#160;Andrea Lee (125)</span></li> <li><span>Vicente Luque (170)&#160;vs.&#160;Chad Laprise (171)</span></li> </ul> <p><span><strong>Prelims (8 p.m. ET on FS2)</strong></span></p> <ul> <li><span>Zak Cummings (170) vs. Michel Prazeres (170)</span></li> <li><span>Brandon Moreno&#160;(125) vs. Alexandre Pantoja (125)</span></li> <li><span>Poliana Botelho (115) vs.&#160;Syuri Kondo (116)</span></li> <li><span>Gabriel Benitez&#160;(145) vs. Humberto Bandenay&#160;(145)</span></li> </ul> <p><span><strong>Early Prelims (6:30 p.m. ET on UFC Fight Pass)</strong></span></p> <ul> <li><span>Enrique Barzola (145) vs. Brandon Davis (146)</span></li> <li><span>Henry Briones (136) vs.&#160;Frankie Saenz (136)</span></li> <li><span>Claudio Puelles (154) vs.&#160;Felipe Silva (156)</span></li> </ul> <p>Tune-in to MMAWeekly.com on Saturday for full <a href="https://www.mmaweekly.com/ufc-fight-night-129-chile-results-maia-vs-usman-full-results-and-live-fight-stats" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:UFC Fight Night 129: Maia vs. Usman Live Results and Fight Stats" class="link rapid-noclick-resp">UFC Fight Night 129: Maia vs. Usman Live Results and Fight Stats</a>. The first bout is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. ET / 3:30 p.m. PT.</p>
UFC Fight Night 129: Maia vs. Usman is Golden Following Official Weigh-ins

UFC Fight Night 129: Maia vs. Usman marks the fight promotion’s debut in Santiago, Chile. Despite the fight card traveling a rocky road to get here, following Friday's official weigh-in, the event is now set for Saturday at Movistar Arena. 

The fight card was initially slated to feature Kamaru Usman squaring off with fellow rising star Santiago Ponzinibbio, but the Argentinian fighter had to withdraw because of an injury. The UFC Fight Night 129 headliner did not suffer any drop-off, however, as former welterweight title challenger Demian Maia – who currently sits at No. 7 in the Welterweight Top 10 Rankings – agreed to step in.

The revamped main event is now official as Maia stepped on the scale at 171 pounds and Usman at 170 pounds.

A light heavyweight battle between former champion Mauricio “Shogun” Rua and rising contender Volkan Oezdemir was supposed to occupy the co-main event slot. Issues surrounding travel because of an ongoing Oezdemir legal issue made it necessary to move that bout to the UFC Fight Night 134 fight card slated for July in Hamburg, Germany.

In its absence, a pivotal strawweight bout between Alexa Grasso and Tatiana Suarez has moved into the co-headlining spot. The winner promises to make a move up the Top 10 Rankings and edge closer to title contention.

Grasso and Suarez each weighed 115 pounds at the official weigh-in.

None of the fighters on the UFC Chile card had any issues with the scale.

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UFC Fight Night 129: Maia vs. Usman Weigh-in Results

Main Card (10 p.m. ET on FS1)

  • Demian Maia (171) vs. Kamaru Usman (170)
  • Alexa Grasso (115) vs. Tatiana Suarez (115)
  • Jared Cannonier (205) vs. Dominick Reyes (205)
  • Diego Rivas (136) vs. Guido Cannetti (136)
  • Veronica Macedo (126) vs. Andrea Lee (125)
  • Vicente Luque (170) vs. Chad Laprise (171)

Prelims (8 p.m. ET on FS2)

  • Zak Cummings (170) vs. Michel Prazeres (170)
  • Brandon Moreno (125) vs. Alexandre Pantoja (125)
  • Poliana Botelho (115) vs. Syuri Kondo (116)
  • Gabriel Benitez (145) vs. Humberto Bandenay (145)

Early Prelims (6:30 p.m. ET on UFC Fight Pass)

  • Enrique Barzola (145) vs. Brandon Davis (146)
  • Henry Briones (136) vs. Frankie Saenz (136)
  • Claudio Puelles (154) vs. Felipe Silva (156)

Tune-in to MMAWeekly.com on Saturday for full UFC Fight Night 129: Maia vs. Usman Live Results and Fight Stats. The first bout is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. ET / 3:30 p.m. PT.

With Niko Kovac moving on to Bayern Munich at the end of the season, Eintracht Frankfurt have selected Adi Hutter as his replacement.
Hutter to replace Bayern-bound Kovac at Frankfurt, Hamburg extend Titz
With Niko Kovac moving on to Bayern Munich at the end of the season, Eintracht Frankfurt have selected Adi Hutter as his replacement.
Some must-know stats from the Bundesliga season, which saw Hamburg relegated for the first time ever.
5 things you didn't know...Hamburg's glorious top-flight run ended
Some must-know stats from the Bundesliga season, which saw Hamburg relegated for the first time ever.
Some must-know stats from the Bundesliga season, which saw Hamburg relegated for the first time ever.
5 things you didn't know...Hamburg's glorious top-flight run ended
Some must-know stats from the Bundesliga season, which saw Hamburg relegated for the first time ever.
Some must-know stats from the Bundesliga season, which saw Hamburg relegated for the first time ever.
5 things you didn't know...Hamburg's glorious top-flight run ended
Some must-know stats from the Bundesliga season, which saw Hamburg relegated for the first time ever.
Hamburg&#39;s players greet the fans after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Mönchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. EFE
Hamburg's players greet the fans after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Mönchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. EFE
Hamburg's players greet the fans after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Mönchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. EFE
An advertising hoarding on fire as stewards are lined up across the pitch after trouble marred Hamburg’s relegation.
Riotous final day captures the paradoxes of Bundesliga 2017-18
An advertising hoarding on fire as stewards are lined up across the pitch after trouble marred Hamburg’s relegation.
A ridiculously eventful climax to the Scottish Premiership schedule saw Celtic, Aberdeen, Hibernian and Rangers embroiled in a spectacular resolution of the final league placings. Celtic, of course, were guaranteed a seventh successive title party, which duly proceeded at a packed Parkhead, but only after they had lost at home to Scottish opponents for the first time since Brendan Rodgers became Hoops manager in the summer of 2016. The setback was inflicted by Aberdeen, for whom Andrew Considine’s 47th-minute goal ended a lamentable run of 25 consecutive defeats over 14 years of visits to the east end of Glasgow, hence the visitors’ celebrations after the final whistle, although these were marred somewhat when Shay Logan was shown a post-match red card for his part in an altercation with Mikael Lustig. Considine’s contribution also guaranteed the Dons the runners-up spot for the fourth year in a row and quashed Rangers’ hopes of a second-place finish to an otherwise dispiriting season. In fact, within 22 minutes of their visit to Easter Road, Rangers looked on the verge of a humiliation as great as those inflicted by Celtic in the William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final and in the title clincher last month. Hibernian raced to a 3-0 lead, beginning their scoring spree with a Florian Kamberi penalty after Jamie Maclaren had been fouled by David Bates, the Rangers defender who was playing his last game for the club before heading to Hamburg during the close season. Jamie Maclaren scrambles home a 90th minute equaliser Credit: Getty images Scott Allan made it 2-0 when he connected at close range with a prompt from Vykintas Slivka and Maclaren netted Hibs’ third with a header from a Lewis Stevenson cross midway through the first half. At that stage of the proceedings there seemed to be a significant chance that Hibs could get to 6-0, the scoreline required to displace the Ibrox side from third place in the table. Instead, Rangers retorted with three goals inside a quarter of an hour. The revival began when James Tavernier beat Ofir Marciano with a right-foot shot from the centre of the Hibs’ box and it continued two minutes later when Jordan Rossiter found the mark from almost the same position. Bruno Alves replaced Sean Goss in the Rangers midfield – Goss punching the dugout on his way off – and the Portuguese centre-back’s presence paid a dividend five minutes before the break when he equalised with a beautifully controlled free-kick. Astoundingly, 10 minutes into the second half, Rangers went ahead with a Jason Holt shot and increased their lead when Holt supplied Jason Windass for a scoring finish just before the hour mark. The visitors’ celebrations were promptly curtailed as Maclaren struck again for his second of the afternoon and, with five minutes remaining, Rangers were reduced to 10 men when Holt was shown a second yellow card for a needless foul on John McGinn. Easter Road was in a ferment as the contest moved into six minutes of stoppage time, midway through which Maclaren turned a pass from Brandon Barker over the line to make it 5-5. Aberdeen secured second place Credit: PA For Rangers, the most significant consequence of the afternoon’s results is that Steven Gerrard’s first competitive game in charge at Ibrox will be the first leg of the Europa League first qualifying round on July 12. Hibs, meanwhile, will play in Europe if Celtic beat Motherwell in the William Hill Scottish Cup final on Saturday, but if the Steelmen upset the odds at Hampden Park, Neil Lennon’s men will not qualify for the Europa League. Lennon, who had questioned his own future at Hibs after the derby defeat by Hearts at Tynecastle on Wednesday – and who had missed training and his media briefing on Friday – drew back from his threat to leave Easter Road. “I’ve had a bad virus the last two or three weeks and I just couldn’t get out of bed on Friday,” he said. “I know the conspiracy theories were flying around but I wasn’t well and thankfully I’m coming out of the remnants now. “However, what I have done is opened up a lot of unnecessary speculation and analysis of my relationship with the board and there’s just nothing there. The board have backed me every step of the way. “I do not make demands of the board, I do not throw the toys out of the pram – in fact I’m the exact opposite and have been throughout my managerial career. They gave me extra funds in January if we wanted to sign an extra player and we decided not to go with that. “All the speculation about me making demands or being unhappy with the club couldn’t be further from the truth.” Indeed, Lennon finished his season by being sent off for running to the pitch to gesture towards the Rangers support when Hibs made it 5-5, although his grinning departure did not suggest contrition. “I was getting a bit of stick from the Rangers support so I gave them some back,” he said. “It was bonkers. We were 3-0 up but – and I can’t believe I’m saying this – we needed the fourth.”
Aberdeen gatecrash Celtic's title party as Scottish Premiership comes to feverish climax
A ridiculously eventful climax to the Scottish Premiership schedule saw Celtic, Aberdeen, Hibernian and Rangers embroiled in a spectacular resolution of the final league placings. Celtic, of course, were guaranteed a seventh successive title party, which duly proceeded at a packed Parkhead, but only after they had lost at home to Scottish opponents for the first time since Brendan Rodgers became Hoops manager in the summer of 2016. The setback was inflicted by Aberdeen, for whom Andrew Considine’s 47th-minute goal ended a lamentable run of 25 consecutive defeats over 14 years of visits to the east end of Glasgow, hence the visitors’ celebrations after the final whistle, although these were marred somewhat when Shay Logan was shown a post-match red card for his part in an altercation with Mikael Lustig. Considine’s contribution also guaranteed the Dons the runners-up spot for the fourth year in a row and quashed Rangers’ hopes of a second-place finish to an otherwise dispiriting season. In fact, within 22 minutes of their visit to Easter Road, Rangers looked on the verge of a humiliation as great as those inflicted by Celtic in the William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final and in the title clincher last month. Hibernian raced to a 3-0 lead, beginning their scoring spree with a Florian Kamberi penalty after Jamie Maclaren had been fouled by David Bates, the Rangers defender who was playing his last game for the club before heading to Hamburg during the close season. Jamie Maclaren scrambles home a 90th minute equaliser Credit: Getty images Scott Allan made it 2-0 when he connected at close range with a prompt from Vykintas Slivka and Maclaren netted Hibs’ third with a header from a Lewis Stevenson cross midway through the first half. At that stage of the proceedings there seemed to be a significant chance that Hibs could get to 6-0, the scoreline required to displace the Ibrox side from third place in the table. Instead, Rangers retorted with three goals inside a quarter of an hour. The revival began when James Tavernier beat Ofir Marciano with a right-foot shot from the centre of the Hibs’ box and it continued two minutes later when Jordan Rossiter found the mark from almost the same position. Bruno Alves replaced Sean Goss in the Rangers midfield – Goss punching the dugout on his way off – and the Portuguese centre-back’s presence paid a dividend five minutes before the break when he equalised with a beautifully controlled free-kick. Astoundingly, 10 minutes into the second half, Rangers went ahead with a Jason Holt shot and increased their lead when Holt supplied Jason Windass for a scoring finish just before the hour mark. The visitors’ celebrations were promptly curtailed as Maclaren struck again for his second of the afternoon and, with five minutes remaining, Rangers were reduced to 10 men when Holt was shown a second yellow card for a needless foul on John McGinn. Easter Road was in a ferment as the contest moved into six minutes of stoppage time, midway through which Maclaren turned a pass from Brandon Barker over the line to make it 5-5. Aberdeen secured second place Credit: PA For Rangers, the most significant consequence of the afternoon’s results is that Steven Gerrard’s first competitive game in charge at Ibrox will be the first leg of the Europa League first qualifying round on July 12. Hibs, meanwhile, will play in Europe if Celtic beat Motherwell in the William Hill Scottish Cup final on Saturday, but if the Steelmen upset the odds at Hampden Park, Neil Lennon’s men will not qualify for the Europa League. Lennon, who had questioned his own future at Hibs after the derby defeat by Hearts at Tynecastle on Wednesday – and who had missed training and his media briefing on Friday – drew back from his threat to leave Easter Road. “I’ve had a bad virus the last two or three weeks and I just couldn’t get out of bed on Friday,” he said. “I know the conspiracy theories were flying around but I wasn’t well and thankfully I’m coming out of the remnants now. “However, what I have done is opened up a lot of unnecessary speculation and analysis of my relationship with the board and there’s just nothing there. The board have backed me every step of the way. “I do not make demands of the board, I do not throw the toys out of the pram – in fact I’m the exact opposite and have been throughout my managerial career. They gave me extra funds in January if we wanted to sign an extra player and we decided not to go with that. “All the speculation about me making demands or being unhappy with the club couldn’t be further from the truth.” Indeed, Lennon finished his season by being sent off for running to the pitch to gesture towards the Rangers support when Hibs made it 5-5, although his grinning departure did not suggest contrition. “I was getting a bit of stick from the Rangers support so I gave them some back,” he said. “It was bonkers. We were 3-0 up but – and I can’t believe I’m saying this – we needed the fourth.”
A ridiculously eventful climax to the Scottish Premiership schedule saw Celtic, Aberdeen, Hibernian and Rangers embroiled in a spectacular resolution of the final league placings. Celtic, of course, were guaranteed a seventh successive title party, which duly proceeded at a packed Parkhead, but only after they had lost at home to Scottish opponents for the first time since Brendan Rodgers became Hoops manager in the summer of 2016. The setback was inflicted by Aberdeen, for whom Andrew Considine’s 47th-minute goal ended a lamentable run of 25 consecutive defeats over 14 years of visits to the east end of Glasgow, hence the visitors’ celebrations after the final whistle, although these were marred somewhat when Shay Logan was shown a post-match red card for his part in an altercation with Mikael Lustig. Considine’s contribution also guaranteed the Dons the runners-up spot for the fourth year in a row and quashed Rangers’ hopes of a second-place finish to an otherwise dispiriting season. In fact, within 22 minutes of their visit to Easter Road, Rangers looked on the verge of a humiliation as great as those inflicted by Celtic in the William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final and in the title clincher last month. Hibernian raced to a 3-0 lead, beginning their scoring spree with a Florian Kamberi penalty after Jamie Maclaren had been fouled by David Bates, the Rangers defender who was playing his last game for the club before heading to Hamburg during the close season. Jamie Maclaren scrambles home a 90th minute equaliser Credit: Getty images Scott Allan made it 2-0 when he connected at close range with a prompt from Vykintas Slivka and Maclaren netted Hibs’ third with a header from a Lewis Stevenson cross midway through the first half. At that stage of the proceedings there seemed to be a significant chance that Hibs could get to 6-0, the scoreline required to displace the Ibrox side from third place in the table. Instead, Rangers retorted with three goals inside a quarter of an hour. The revival began when James Tavernier beat Ofir Marciano with a right-foot shot from the centre of the Hibs’ box and it continued two minutes later when Jordan Rossiter found the mark from almost the same position. Bruno Alves replaced Sean Goss in the Rangers midfield – Goss punching the dugout on his way off – and the Portuguese centre-back’s presence paid a dividend five minutes before the break when he equalised with a beautifully controlled free-kick. Astoundingly, 10 minutes into the second half, Rangers went ahead with a Jason Holt shot and increased their lead when Holt supplied Jason Windass for a scoring finish just before the hour mark. The visitors’ celebrations were promptly curtailed as Maclaren struck again for his second of the afternoon and, with five minutes remaining, Rangers were reduced to 10 men when Holt was shown a second yellow card for a needless foul on John McGinn. Easter Road was in a ferment as the contest moved into six minutes of stoppage time, midway through which Maclaren turned a pass from Brandon Barker over the line to make it 5-5. Aberdeen secured second place Credit: PA For Rangers, the most significant consequence of the afternoon’s results is that Steven Gerrard’s first competitive game in charge at Ibrox will be the first leg of the Europa League first qualifying round on July 12. Hibs, meanwhile, will play in Europe if Celtic beat Motherwell in the William Hill Scottish Cup final on Saturday, but if the Steelmen upset the odds at Hampden Park, Neil Lennon’s men will not qualify for the Europa League. Lennon, who had questioned his own future at Hibs after the derby defeat by Hearts at Tynecastle on Wednesday – and who had missed training and his media briefing on Friday – drew back from his threat to leave Easter Road. “I’ve had a bad virus the last two or three weeks and I just couldn’t get out of bed on Friday,” he said. “I know the conspiracy theories were flying around but I wasn’t well and thankfully I’m coming out of the remnants now. “However, what I have done is opened up a lot of unnecessary speculation and analysis of my relationship with the board and there’s just nothing there. The board have backed me every step of the way. “I do not make demands of the board, I do not throw the toys out of the pram – in fact I’m the exact opposite and have been throughout my managerial career. They gave me extra funds in January if we wanted to sign an extra player and we decided not to go with that. “All the speculation about me making demands or being unhappy with the club couldn’t be further from the truth.” Indeed, Lennon finished his season by being sent off for running to the pitch to gesture towards the Rangers support when Hibs made it 5-5, although his grinning departure did not suggest contrition. “I was getting a bit of stick from the Rangers support so I gave them some back,” he said. “It was bonkers. We were 3-0 up but – and I can’t believe I’m saying this – we needed the fourth.”
Aberdeen gatecrash Celtic's title party as Scottish Premiership comes to feverish climax
A ridiculously eventful climax to the Scottish Premiership schedule saw Celtic, Aberdeen, Hibernian and Rangers embroiled in a spectacular resolution of the final league placings. Celtic, of course, were guaranteed a seventh successive title party, which duly proceeded at a packed Parkhead, but only after they had lost at home to Scottish opponents for the first time since Brendan Rodgers became Hoops manager in the summer of 2016. The setback was inflicted by Aberdeen, for whom Andrew Considine’s 47th-minute goal ended a lamentable run of 25 consecutive defeats over 14 years of visits to the east end of Glasgow, hence the visitors’ celebrations after the final whistle, although these were marred somewhat when Shay Logan was shown a post-match red card for his part in an altercation with Mikael Lustig. Considine’s contribution also guaranteed the Dons the runners-up spot for the fourth year in a row and quashed Rangers’ hopes of a second-place finish to an otherwise dispiriting season. In fact, within 22 minutes of their visit to Easter Road, Rangers looked on the verge of a humiliation as great as those inflicted by Celtic in the William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final and in the title clincher last month. Hibernian raced to a 3-0 lead, beginning their scoring spree with a Florian Kamberi penalty after Jamie Maclaren had been fouled by David Bates, the Rangers defender who was playing his last game for the club before heading to Hamburg during the close season. Jamie Maclaren scrambles home a 90th minute equaliser Credit: Getty images Scott Allan made it 2-0 when he connected at close range with a prompt from Vykintas Slivka and Maclaren netted Hibs’ third with a header from a Lewis Stevenson cross midway through the first half. At that stage of the proceedings there seemed to be a significant chance that Hibs could get to 6-0, the scoreline required to displace the Ibrox side from third place in the table. Instead, Rangers retorted with three goals inside a quarter of an hour. The revival began when James Tavernier beat Ofir Marciano with a right-foot shot from the centre of the Hibs’ box and it continued two minutes later when Jordan Rossiter found the mark from almost the same position. Bruno Alves replaced Sean Goss in the Rangers midfield – Goss punching the dugout on his way off – and the Portuguese centre-back’s presence paid a dividend five minutes before the break when he equalised with a beautifully controlled free-kick. Astoundingly, 10 minutes into the second half, Rangers went ahead with a Jason Holt shot and increased their lead when Holt supplied Jason Windass for a scoring finish just before the hour mark. The visitors’ celebrations were promptly curtailed as Maclaren struck again for his second of the afternoon and, with five minutes remaining, Rangers were reduced to 10 men when Holt was shown a second yellow card for a needless foul on John McGinn. Easter Road was in a ferment as the contest moved into six minutes of stoppage time, midway through which Maclaren turned a pass from Brandon Barker over the line to make it 5-5. Aberdeen secured second place Credit: PA For Rangers, the most significant consequence of the afternoon’s results is that Steven Gerrard’s first competitive game in charge at Ibrox will be the first leg of the Europa League first qualifying round on July 12. Hibs, meanwhile, will play in Europe if Celtic beat Motherwell in the William Hill Scottish Cup final on Saturday, but if the Steelmen upset the odds at Hampden Park, Neil Lennon’s men will not qualify for the Europa League. Lennon, who had questioned his own future at Hibs after the derby defeat by Hearts at Tynecastle on Wednesday – and who had missed training and his media briefing on Friday – drew back from his threat to leave Easter Road. “I’ve had a bad virus the last two or three weeks and I just couldn’t get out of bed on Friday,” he said. “I know the conspiracy theories were flying around but I wasn’t well and thankfully I’m coming out of the remnants now. “However, what I have done is opened up a lot of unnecessary speculation and analysis of my relationship with the board and there’s just nothing there. The board have backed me every step of the way. “I do not make demands of the board, I do not throw the toys out of the pram – in fact I’m the exact opposite and have been throughout my managerial career. They gave me extra funds in January if we wanted to sign an extra player and we decided not to go with that. “All the speculation about me making demands or being unhappy with the club couldn’t be further from the truth.” Indeed, Lennon finished his season by being sent off for running to the pitch to gesture towards the Rangers support when Hibs made it 5-5, although his grinning departure did not suggest contrition. “I was getting a bit of stick from the Rangers support so I gave them some back,” he said. “It was bonkers. We were 3-0 up but – and I can’t believe I’m saying this – we needed the fourth.”
A ridiculously eventful climax to the Scottish Premiership schedule saw Celtic, Aberdeen, Hibernian and Rangers embroiled in a spectacular resolution of the final league placings. Celtic, of course, were guaranteed a seventh successive title party, which duly proceeded at a packed Parkhead, but only after they had lost at home to Scottish opponents for the first time since Brendan Rodgers became Hoops manager in the summer of 2016. The setback was inflicted by Aberdeen, for whom Andrew Considine’s 47th-minute goal ended a lamentable run of 25 consecutive defeats over 14 years of visits to the east end of Glasgow, hence the visitors’ celebrations after the final whistle, although these were marred somewhat when Shay Logan was shown a post-match red card for his part in an altercation with Mikael Lustig. Considine’s contribution also guaranteed the Dons the runners-up spot for the fourth year in a row and quashed Rangers’ hopes of a second-place finish to an otherwise dispiriting season. In fact, within 22 minutes of their visit to Easter Road, Rangers looked on the verge of a humiliation as great as those inflicted by Celtic in the William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final and in the title clincher last month. Hibernian raced to a 3-0 lead, beginning their scoring spree with a Florian Kamberi penalty after Jamie Maclaren had been fouled by David Bates, the Rangers defender who was playing his last game for the club before heading to Hamburg during the close season. Jamie Maclaren scrambles home a 90th minute equaliser Credit: Getty images Scott Allan made it 2-0 when he connected at close range with a prompt from Vykintas Slivka and Maclaren netted Hibs’ third with a header from a Lewis Stevenson cross midway through the first half. At that stage of the proceedings there seemed to be a significant chance that Hibs could get to 6-0, the scoreline required to displace the Ibrox side from third place in the table. Instead, Rangers retorted with three goals inside a quarter of an hour. The revival began when James Tavernier beat Ofir Marciano with a right-foot shot from the centre of the Hibs’ box and it continued two minutes later when Jordan Rossiter found the mark from almost the same position. Bruno Alves replaced Sean Goss in the Rangers midfield – Goss punching the dugout on his way off – and the Portuguese centre-back’s presence paid a dividend five minutes before the break when he equalised with a beautifully controlled free-kick. Astoundingly, 10 minutes into the second half, Rangers went ahead with a Jason Holt shot and increased their lead when Holt supplied Jason Windass for a scoring finish just before the hour mark. The visitors’ celebrations were promptly curtailed as Maclaren struck again for his second of the afternoon and, with five minutes remaining, Rangers were reduced to 10 men when Holt was shown a second yellow card for a needless foul on John McGinn. Easter Road was in a ferment as the contest moved into six minutes of stoppage time, midway through which Maclaren turned a pass from Brandon Barker over the line to make it 5-5. Aberdeen secured second place Credit: PA For Rangers, the most significant consequence of the afternoon’s results is that Steven Gerrard’s first competitive game in charge at Ibrox will be the first leg of the Europa League first qualifying round on July 12. Hibs, meanwhile, will play in Europe if Celtic beat Motherwell in the William Hill Scottish Cup final on Saturday, but if the Steelmen upset the odds at Hampden Park, Neil Lennon’s men will not qualify for the Europa League. Lennon, who had questioned his own future at Hibs after the derby defeat by Hearts at Tynecastle on Wednesday – and who had missed training and his media briefing on Friday – drew back from his threat to leave Easter Road. “I’ve had a bad virus the last two or three weeks and I just couldn’t get out of bed on Friday,” he said. “I know the conspiracy theories were flying around but I wasn’t well and thankfully I’m coming out of the remnants now. “However, what I have done is opened up a lot of unnecessary speculation and analysis of my relationship with the board and there’s just nothing there. The board have backed me every step of the way. “I do not make demands of the board, I do not throw the toys out of the pram – in fact I’m the exact opposite and have been throughout my managerial career. They gave me extra funds in January if we wanted to sign an extra player and we decided not to go with that. “All the speculation about me making demands or being unhappy with the club couldn’t be further from the truth.” Indeed, Lennon finished his season by being sent off for running to the pitch to gesture towards the Rangers support when Hibs made it 5-5, although his grinning departure did not suggest contrition. “I was getting a bit of stick from the Rangers support so I gave them some back,” he said. “It was bonkers. We were 3-0 up but – and I can’t believe I’m saying this – we needed the fourth.”
Aberdeen gatecrash Celtic's title party as Scottish Premiership comes to feverish climax
A ridiculously eventful climax to the Scottish Premiership schedule saw Celtic, Aberdeen, Hibernian and Rangers embroiled in a spectacular resolution of the final league placings. Celtic, of course, were guaranteed a seventh successive title party, which duly proceeded at a packed Parkhead, but only after they had lost at home to Scottish opponents for the first time since Brendan Rodgers became Hoops manager in the summer of 2016. The setback was inflicted by Aberdeen, for whom Andrew Considine’s 47th-minute goal ended a lamentable run of 25 consecutive defeats over 14 years of visits to the east end of Glasgow, hence the visitors’ celebrations after the final whistle, although these were marred somewhat when Shay Logan was shown a post-match red card for his part in an altercation with Mikael Lustig. Considine’s contribution also guaranteed the Dons the runners-up spot for the fourth year in a row and quashed Rangers’ hopes of a second-place finish to an otherwise dispiriting season. In fact, within 22 minutes of their visit to Easter Road, Rangers looked on the verge of a humiliation as great as those inflicted by Celtic in the William Hill Scottish Cup semi-final and in the title clincher last month. Hibernian raced to a 3-0 lead, beginning their scoring spree with a Florian Kamberi penalty after Jamie Maclaren had been fouled by David Bates, the Rangers defender who was playing his last game for the club before heading to Hamburg during the close season. Jamie Maclaren scrambles home a 90th minute equaliser Credit: Getty images Scott Allan made it 2-0 when he connected at close range with a prompt from Vykintas Slivka and Maclaren netted Hibs’ third with a header from a Lewis Stevenson cross midway through the first half. At that stage of the proceedings there seemed to be a significant chance that Hibs could get to 6-0, the scoreline required to displace the Ibrox side from third place in the table. Instead, Rangers retorted with three goals inside a quarter of an hour. The revival began when James Tavernier beat Ofir Marciano with a right-foot shot from the centre of the Hibs’ box and it continued two minutes later when Jordan Rossiter found the mark from almost the same position. Bruno Alves replaced Sean Goss in the Rangers midfield – Goss punching the dugout on his way off – and the Portuguese centre-back’s presence paid a dividend five minutes before the break when he equalised with a beautifully controlled free-kick. Astoundingly, 10 minutes into the second half, Rangers went ahead with a Jason Holt shot and increased their lead when Holt supplied Jason Windass for a scoring finish just before the hour mark. The visitors’ celebrations were promptly curtailed as Maclaren struck again for his second of the afternoon and, with five minutes remaining, Rangers were reduced to 10 men when Holt was shown a second yellow card for a needless foul on John McGinn. Easter Road was in a ferment as the contest moved into six minutes of stoppage time, midway through which Maclaren turned a pass from Brandon Barker over the line to make it 5-5. Aberdeen secured second place Credit: PA For Rangers, the most significant consequence of the afternoon’s results is that Steven Gerrard’s first competitive game in charge at Ibrox will be the first leg of the Europa League first qualifying round on July 12. Hibs, meanwhile, will play in Europe if Celtic beat Motherwell in the William Hill Scottish Cup final on Saturday, but if the Steelmen upset the odds at Hampden Park, Neil Lennon’s men will not qualify for the Europa League. Lennon, who had questioned his own future at Hibs after the derby defeat by Hearts at Tynecastle on Wednesday – and who had missed training and his media briefing on Friday – drew back from his threat to leave Easter Road. “I’ve had a bad virus the last two or three weeks and I just couldn’t get out of bed on Friday,” he said. “I know the conspiracy theories were flying around but I wasn’t well and thankfully I’m coming out of the remnants now. “However, what I have done is opened up a lot of unnecessary speculation and analysis of my relationship with the board and there’s just nothing there. The board have backed me every step of the way. “I do not make demands of the board, I do not throw the toys out of the pram – in fact I’m the exact opposite and have been throughout my managerial career. They gave me extra funds in January if we wanted to sign an extra player and we decided not to go with that. “All the speculation about me making demands or being unhappy with the club couldn’t be further from the truth.” Indeed, Lennon finished his season by being sent off for running to the pitch to gesture towards the Rangers support when Hibs made it 5-5, although his grinning departure did not suggest contrition. “I was getting a bit of stick from the Rangers support so I gave them some back,” he said. “It was bonkers. We were 3-0 up but – and I can’t believe I’m saying this – we needed the fourth.”
Bundesliga outfit Hamburg have been relegated from Germany&#39;s top flight for the first time in their history despite a 2-1 win over Borussia Moenchengladbach. The club has been in the Bundesliga since its inception and the relegation brings an end to their proud 55-season run in Germany&#39;s top flight. Hamburg have won the Bundesliga 6 times.
Hamburg's proud Bundesliga run comes to an end
Bundesliga outfit Hamburg have been relegated from Germany's top flight for the first time in their history despite a 2-1 win over Borussia Moenchengladbach. The club has been in the Bundesliga since its inception and the relegation brings an end to their proud 55-season run in Germany's top flight. Hamburg have won the Bundesliga 6 times.
Hamburg supporters couldn&#39;t hide their disgust as their team was relegated to Germany&#39;s second tier
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Hamburg supporters couldn't hide their disgust as their team was relegated to Germany's second tier
Hamburg coach Christian Titz is proud of his players and most of the fans despite their first relegation
Titz proud of Hamburg despite historic relegation
Hamburg coach Christian Titz is proud of his players and most of the fans despite their first relegation
Hamburg coach Christian Titz is proud of his players and most of the fans despite their first relegation
Titz proud of Hamburg despite historic relegation
Hamburg coach Christian Titz is proud of his players and most of the fans despite their first relegation
Hamburg coach Christian Titz is proud of his players and most of the fans despite their first relegation
Titz proud of Hamburg despite historic relegation
Hamburg coach Christian Titz is proud of his players and most of the fans despite their first relegation
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Riot police lined up across the pitch at the end of the match REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Riot police lined up across the pitch at the end of the match REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 General view of mounted police and riot police on the pitch at the end of the match REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen
Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 General view of mounted police and riot police on the pitch at the end of the match REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 General view of stewards and riot police lined up across the pitch at the end of the match REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen
Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 General view of stewards and riot police lined up across the pitch at the end of the match REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg fans let off flares REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen
Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg fans let off flares REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg players look dejected as they leave the pitch at the end of the match REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen
Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg players look dejected as they leave the pitch at the end of the match REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg&#39;s Kyriakos Papadopoulos (L) and team mates look dejected as they applaud the fans at the end of the match REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg's Kyriakos Papadopoulos (L) and team mates look dejected as they applaud the fans at the end of the match REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Riot police in the stadium during the match REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Riot police in the stadium during the match REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg fans display a banner REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg fans display a banner REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
Victory on the final day was not enough to preserve Bundesliga status HSV and flares and black smoke filled the pitch in stoppage time
Hamburg fans interrupt game with flares to try to delay first ever relegation
Victory on the final day was not enough to preserve Bundesliga status HSV and flares and black smoke filled the pitch in stoppage time
Police officers and security staff stand on the pitch when supporters light fireworks just before the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, northern Germany, Saturday, May 12, 2018 when Hamburg relegated for the first time in the history of the German Bundesliga. (Axel Heimken/dpa via AP)
Hamburger SV relegated amid chaotic scenes in Bundesliga
Police officers and security staff stand on the pitch when supporters light fireworks just before the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, northern Germany, Saturday, May 12, 2018 when Hamburg relegated for the first time in the history of the German Bundesliga. (Axel Heimken/dpa via AP)
A Hamburg fan lights fireworks when his team relegates for the first time in Geran Bundesliga history during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and VfL Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, Saturday, May 12, 2018. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)
Hamburger SV relegated amid chaotic scenes in Bundesliga
A Hamburg fan lights fireworks when his team relegates for the first time in Geran Bundesliga history during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and VfL Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, Saturday, May 12, 2018. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)
Supporters sing underneath a clock, indicating Hamburg&#39;s uninterrupted time of Bundesliga membership, prior to the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and VfL Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, Saturday, May 12, 2018. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)
Hamburger SV relegated amid chaotic scenes in Bundesliga
Supporters sing underneath a clock, indicating Hamburg's uninterrupted time of Bundesliga membership, prior to the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and VfL Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, Saturday, May 12, 2018. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)
A Hamburg fan lights fireworks when his team relegates for the first time in Geran Bundesliga history during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and VfL Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, Saturday, May 12, 2018. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)
Hamburger SV relegated amid chaotic scenes in Bundesliga
A Hamburg fan lights fireworks when his team relegates for the first time in Geran Bundesliga history during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and VfL Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, Saturday, May 12, 2018. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)
Police officers and security staff stand on the pitch when supporters light fireworks just before the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, northern Germany, Saturday, May 12, 2018 when Hamburg relegated for the first time in the history of the German Bundesliga. (Axel Heimken/dpa via AP)
Hamburger SV relegated amid chaotic scenes in Bundesliga
Police officers and security staff stand on the pitch when supporters light fireworks just before the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, northern Germany, Saturday, May 12, 2018 when Hamburg relegated for the first time in the history of the German Bundesliga. (Axel Heimken/dpa via AP)
Hamburg&#39;s Tatsuya Ito reacts during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and VfL Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, Saturday, May 12, 2018. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)
Hamburger SV relegated amid chaotic scenes in Bundesliga
Hamburg's Tatsuya Ito reacts during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and VfL Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, Saturday, May 12, 2018. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)
Hamburg&#39;s Bobby Wood, left, leaves the pitch after he received a red card during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and VfL Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, Saturday, May 12, 2018. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)
Hamburger SV relegated amid chaotic scenes in Bundesliga
Hamburg's Bobby Wood, left, leaves the pitch after he received a red card during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and VfL Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, Saturday, May 12, 2018. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)
Police officers stand on the pitch when Hamburg fans light fireworks when their team relegates during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and VfL Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, Saturday, May 12, 2018. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)
Hamburger SV relegated amid chaotic scenes in Bundesliga
Police officers stand on the pitch when Hamburg fans light fireworks when their team relegates during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and VfL Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, Saturday, May 12, 2018. (AP Photo/Michael Sohn)
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SS58. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's supporters after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
SS58. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's supporters after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
SS58. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg&#39;s supporters after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
SS58. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's supporters after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
SS58. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's supporters after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
SS58. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg&#39;s supporters after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
SS58. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's supporters after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
SS58. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's supporters after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- The Bundesliga clock in Hamburg at the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Mönchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- The Bundesliga clock in Hamburg at the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Mönchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- The Bundesliga clock in Hamburg at the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Mönchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS58. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg&#39;s supporters after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
SS58. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's supporters after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
SS58. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's supporters after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg were relegated from the Bundesliga for the first time in their history on Saturday, as a 2-1 win over Borussia Moenchengladbach proved too little too late.
Bundesliga: Hamburg relegated for the first time in their history; RB Leipzig secure Europa League spot
Hamburg were relegated from the Bundesliga for the first time in their history on Saturday, as a 2-1 win over Borussia Moenchengladbach proved too little too late.
Victory on the final day was not enough to preserve Bundesliga status HSV and flares and black smoke filled the pitch in stoppage time
Hamburg fans interrupt game with flares to try to delay first ever relegation
Victory on the final day was not enough to preserve Bundesliga status HSV and flares and black smoke filled the pitch in stoppage time
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Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach
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Hamburg were relegated from the Bundesliga for the first time in their history on Saturday, as a 2-1 win over Borussia Moenchengladbach proved too little too late.
Bundesliga: Hamburg Relegated After 55 Seasons, Bayern Celebrate in Style
Hamburg were relegated from the Bundesliga for the first time in their history on Saturday, as a 2-1 win over Borussia Moenchengladbach proved too little too late.
Hamburg fans ignite flares in anger as team are relegated from Bundesliga for first time
Hamburg fans ignite flares in anger as team are relegated from Bundesliga for first time
Hamburg fans ignite flares in anger as team are relegated from Bundesliga for first time
Ten-man Hamburg were relegated from the Bundesliga for the first time on Saturday, sparking angry fan demonstrations, despite the team pulling off a 2-1 home victory over Borussia Monchengladbach. HSV had played in the German top flight since their foundation and in the Bundesliga since it began in 1963 but, after several flirtations with the drop in recent years, they have finally bowed out. Aaron Hunt converted an early penalty to put them on the right track and former Tottenham midfielder Lewis Holtby re-established their lead after Josip Drmic had levelled for Monchengladbach. The home side were reduced to 10 men as Bobby Wood received a second yellow card for a foul after 71 minutes, but - despite Hamburg&#39;s efforts to hold on for maximum points - Wolfsburg&#39;s 4-1 triumph over bottom side Cologne meant they could not be caught. Instead the Wolves will tackle a relegation/promotion play-off against second-division side Holstein Kiel. Police dogs were brought onto the pitch as fans caused trouble in the stands Credit: AFP It took Josuha Guilavogui only 41 seconds to boost the Wolves ahead, yet Cologne equalised with a classy chip from Jonas Hector. Divock Origi restored Wolfsburg&#39;s lead from close range after the break and Robin Knoche ensured they would finish 16th with his 71st-minute effort. Josip Brekalo added gloss to the scoreline at the death. When news that the full-time whistle had blown in Wolfsburg filtered through, Hamburg fans invaded the pitch at the Volksparkstadion, igniting flares and forcing a lengthy suspension as order was restored. Freiburg went into the final day vulnerable to being sucked into the play-off spot by Wolfsburg, but their 2-0 win over Augsburg negated that risk, Nicolas Hofler and Tim Kleindienst grabbing the goals. Hamburg have been relegated from the Bundesliga for the first time in their history Credit: Bongrats Stuttgart spoiled Bayern Munich&#39;s title party and Jupp Heynckes&#39; last game in charge of the champions by producing a surprise 4-1 success at the Allianz Arena. Daniel Ginczek scored the first goal of his brace after just five minutes, only for Corentin Tolisso to peg Stuttgart back from a stunning Robert Lewandowski assist. Tassos Donis rocked Bayern again with a goal on the counter-attack before Chadrac Akolo and Ginczek struck to confirm the shock result. It is the first time in over nine years Bayern had conceded four goals at home in the league, although they will not have cared too much as they lifted the Meisterschale trophy. A display burns inside the stadium Credit: AFP Hoffenheim and Borussia Dortmund won the race for the remaining Champions League spots, even though the former club subjected the latter to a 3-1 defeat at the Rhein-Neckar-Arena. Andrej Kramaric fired TSG ahead, with Marco Reus levelling before Adam Szalai and Pavel Kaderabek steered Hoffenheim into third place, while Dortmund took fourth. Missing out were Bayer Leverkusen, who will be frustrated to have to settle for the Europa League after a 3-2 home win over Hannover. Lucas Alario produced two classy strikes, and Julian Brandt one, before Hannover hit back through Niclas Fullkrug and Martin Harnik, meaning Bayer missed out on the Champions League due to their inferior goal difference to BVB. Everton loanee Ademola Lookman ran the show with a goal and two assists as RB Leipzig booked Europa League football by winning 6-2 at Hertha Berlin. Dayot Upamecano gave the capital club the lead with a header but Leipzig promptly levelled through Vedad Ibisevic and were 3-1 up by half-time as Lookman struck before setting up Jean-Kevin Augustin. Timo Werner pushed the visitors further clear with a goal on the break and Lookman found Augustin for a match-killing strike shortly before the hour mark. Salomon Kalou would later notch Hertha&#39;s second before Bruma made it six for Leipzig late on. Elsewhere, Guido Burgstaller&#39;s bullet header saw Schalke edge Eintracht Frankfurt 1-0 and Werder Bremen left it late to triumph 2-1 at Mainz, Theodor Gebre Selassie grabbing the winner after Florian Kainz had cancelled out Jean-Philippe Gbamin&#39;s opener.
Hamburg fans ignite flares in anger as team are relegated from Bundesliga for first time
Ten-man Hamburg were relegated from the Bundesliga for the first time on Saturday, sparking angry fan demonstrations, despite the team pulling off a 2-1 home victory over Borussia Monchengladbach. HSV had played in the German top flight since their foundation and in the Bundesliga since it began in 1963 but, after several flirtations with the drop in recent years, they have finally bowed out. Aaron Hunt converted an early penalty to put them on the right track and former Tottenham midfielder Lewis Holtby re-established their lead after Josip Drmic had levelled for Monchengladbach. The home side were reduced to 10 men as Bobby Wood received a second yellow card for a foul after 71 minutes, but - despite Hamburg's efforts to hold on for maximum points - Wolfsburg's 4-1 triumph over bottom side Cologne meant they could not be caught. Instead the Wolves will tackle a relegation/promotion play-off against second-division side Holstein Kiel. Police dogs were brought onto the pitch as fans caused trouble in the stands Credit: AFP It took Josuha Guilavogui only 41 seconds to boost the Wolves ahead, yet Cologne equalised with a classy chip from Jonas Hector. Divock Origi restored Wolfsburg's lead from close range after the break and Robin Knoche ensured they would finish 16th with his 71st-minute effort. Josip Brekalo added gloss to the scoreline at the death. When news that the full-time whistle had blown in Wolfsburg filtered through, Hamburg fans invaded the pitch at the Volksparkstadion, igniting flares and forcing a lengthy suspension as order was restored. Freiburg went into the final day vulnerable to being sucked into the play-off spot by Wolfsburg, but their 2-0 win over Augsburg negated that risk, Nicolas Hofler and Tim Kleindienst grabbing the goals. Hamburg have been relegated from the Bundesliga for the first time in their history Credit: Bongrats Stuttgart spoiled Bayern Munich's title party and Jupp Heynckes' last game in charge of the champions by producing a surprise 4-1 success at the Allianz Arena. Daniel Ginczek scored the first goal of his brace after just five minutes, only for Corentin Tolisso to peg Stuttgart back from a stunning Robert Lewandowski assist. Tassos Donis rocked Bayern again with a goal on the counter-attack before Chadrac Akolo and Ginczek struck to confirm the shock result. It is the first time in over nine years Bayern had conceded four goals at home in the league, although they will not have cared too much as they lifted the Meisterschale trophy. A display burns inside the stadium Credit: AFP Hoffenheim and Borussia Dortmund won the race for the remaining Champions League spots, even though the former club subjected the latter to a 3-1 defeat at the Rhein-Neckar-Arena. Andrej Kramaric fired TSG ahead, with Marco Reus levelling before Adam Szalai and Pavel Kaderabek steered Hoffenheim into third place, while Dortmund took fourth. Missing out were Bayer Leverkusen, who will be frustrated to have to settle for the Europa League after a 3-2 home win over Hannover. Lucas Alario produced two classy strikes, and Julian Brandt one, before Hannover hit back through Niclas Fullkrug and Martin Harnik, meaning Bayer missed out on the Champions League due to their inferior goal difference to BVB. Everton loanee Ademola Lookman ran the show with a goal and two assists as RB Leipzig booked Europa League football by winning 6-2 at Hertha Berlin. Dayot Upamecano gave the capital club the lead with a header but Leipzig promptly levelled through Vedad Ibisevic and were 3-1 up by half-time as Lookman struck before setting up Jean-Kevin Augustin. Timo Werner pushed the visitors further clear with a goal on the break and Lookman found Augustin for a match-killing strike shortly before the hour mark. Salomon Kalou would later notch Hertha's second before Bruma made it six for Leipzig late on. Elsewhere, Guido Burgstaller's bullet header saw Schalke edge Eintracht Frankfurt 1-0 and Werder Bremen left it late to triumph 2-1 at Mainz, Theodor Gebre Selassie grabbing the winner after Florian Kainz had cancelled out Jean-Philippe Gbamin's opener.
Ten-man Hamburg were relegated from the Bundesliga for the first time on Saturday, sparking angry fan demonstrations, despite the team pulling off a 2-1 home victory over Borussia Monchengladbach. HSV had played in the German top flight since their foundation and in the Bundesliga since it began in 1963 but, after several flirtations with the drop in recent years, they have finally bowed out. Aaron Hunt converted an early penalty to put them on the right track and former Tottenham midfielder Lewis Holtby re-established their lead after Josip Drmic had levelled for Monchengladbach. The home side were reduced to 10 men as Bobby Wood received a second yellow card for a foul after 71 minutes, but - despite Hamburg&#39;s efforts to hold on for maximum points - Wolfsburg&#39;s 4-1 triumph over bottom side Cologne meant they could not be caught. Instead the Wolves will tackle a relegation/promotion play-off against second-division side Holstein Kiel. Police dogs were brought onto the pitch as fans caused trouble in the stands Credit: AFP It took Josuha Guilavogui only 41 seconds to boost the Wolves ahead, yet Cologne equalised with a classy chip from Jonas Hector. Divock Origi restored Wolfsburg&#39;s lead from close range after the break and Robin Knoche ensured they would finish 16th with his 71st-minute effort. Josip Brekalo added gloss to the scoreline at the death. When news that the full-time whistle had blown in Wolfsburg filtered through, Hamburg fans invaded the pitch at the Volksparkstadion, igniting flares and forcing a lengthy suspension as order was restored. Freiburg went into the final day vulnerable to being sucked into the play-off spot by Wolfsburg, but their 2-0 win over Augsburg negated that risk, Nicolas Hofler and Tim Kleindienst grabbing the goals. Hamburg have been relegated from the Bundesliga for the first time in their history Credit: Bongrats Stuttgart spoiled Bayern Munich&#39;s title party and Jupp Heynckes&#39; last game in charge of the champions by producing a surprise 4-1 success at the Allianz Arena. Daniel Ginczek scored the first goal of his brace after just five minutes, only for Corentin Tolisso to peg Stuttgart back from a stunning Robert Lewandowski assist. Tassos Donis rocked Bayern again with a goal on the counter-attack before Chadrac Akolo and Ginczek struck to confirm the shock result. It is the first time in over nine years Bayern had conceded four goals at home in the league, although they will not have cared too much as they lifted the Meisterschale trophy. A display burns inside the stadium Credit: AFP Hoffenheim and Borussia Dortmund won the race for the remaining Champions League spots, even though the former club subjected the latter to a 3-1 defeat at the Rhein-Neckar-Arena. Andrej Kramaric fired TSG ahead, with Marco Reus levelling before Adam Szalai and Pavel Kaderabek steered Hoffenheim into third place, while Dortmund took fourth. Missing out were Bayer Leverkusen, who will be frustrated to have to settle for the Europa League after a 3-2 home win over Hannover. Lucas Alario produced two classy strikes, and Julian Brandt one, before Hannover hit back through Niclas Fullkrug and Martin Harnik, meaning Bayer missed out on the Champions League due to their inferior goal difference to BVB. Everton loanee Ademola Lookman ran the show with a goal and two assists as RB Leipzig booked Europa League football by winning 6-2 at Hertha Berlin. Dayot Upamecano gave the capital club the lead with a header but Leipzig promptly levelled through Vedad Ibisevic and were 3-1 up by half-time as Lookman struck before setting up Jean-Kevin Augustin. Timo Werner pushed the visitors further clear with a goal on the break and Lookman found Augustin for a match-killing strike shortly before the hour mark. Salomon Kalou would later notch Hertha&#39;s second before Bruma made it six for Leipzig late on. Elsewhere, Guido Burgstaller&#39;s bullet header saw Schalke edge Eintracht Frankfurt 1-0 and Werder Bremen left it late to triumph 2-1 at Mainz, Theodor Gebre Selassie grabbing the winner after Florian Kainz had cancelled out Jean-Philippe Gbamin&#39;s opener.
Hamburg fans ignite flares in anger as team are relegated from Bundesliga for first time
Ten-man Hamburg were relegated from the Bundesliga for the first time on Saturday, sparking angry fan demonstrations, despite the team pulling off a 2-1 home victory over Borussia Monchengladbach. HSV had played in the German top flight since their foundation and in the Bundesliga since it began in 1963 but, after several flirtations with the drop in recent years, they have finally bowed out. Aaron Hunt converted an early penalty to put them on the right track and former Tottenham midfielder Lewis Holtby re-established their lead after Josip Drmic had levelled for Monchengladbach. The home side were reduced to 10 men as Bobby Wood received a second yellow card for a foul after 71 minutes, but - despite Hamburg's efforts to hold on for maximum points - Wolfsburg's 4-1 triumph over bottom side Cologne meant they could not be caught. Instead the Wolves will tackle a relegation/promotion play-off against second-division side Holstein Kiel. Police dogs were brought onto the pitch as fans caused trouble in the stands Credit: AFP It took Josuha Guilavogui only 41 seconds to boost the Wolves ahead, yet Cologne equalised with a classy chip from Jonas Hector. Divock Origi restored Wolfsburg's lead from close range after the break and Robin Knoche ensured they would finish 16th with his 71st-minute effort. Josip Brekalo added gloss to the scoreline at the death. When news that the full-time whistle had blown in Wolfsburg filtered through, Hamburg fans invaded the pitch at the Volksparkstadion, igniting flares and forcing a lengthy suspension as order was restored. Freiburg went into the final day vulnerable to being sucked into the play-off spot by Wolfsburg, but their 2-0 win over Augsburg negated that risk, Nicolas Hofler and Tim Kleindienst grabbing the goals. Hamburg have been relegated from the Bundesliga for the first time in their history Credit: Bongrats Stuttgart spoiled Bayern Munich's title party and Jupp Heynckes' last game in charge of the champions by producing a surprise 4-1 success at the Allianz Arena. Daniel Ginczek scored the first goal of his brace after just five minutes, only for Corentin Tolisso to peg Stuttgart back from a stunning Robert Lewandowski assist. Tassos Donis rocked Bayern again with a goal on the counter-attack before Chadrac Akolo and Ginczek struck to confirm the shock result. It is the first time in over nine years Bayern had conceded four goals at home in the league, although they will not have cared too much as they lifted the Meisterschale trophy. A display burns inside the stadium Credit: AFP Hoffenheim and Borussia Dortmund won the race for the remaining Champions League spots, even though the former club subjected the latter to a 3-1 defeat at the Rhein-Neckar-Arena. Andrej Kramaric fired TSG ahead, with Marco Reus levelling before Adam Szalai and Pavel Kaderabek steered Hoffenheim into third place, while Dortmund took fourth. Missing out were Bayer Leverkusen, who will be frustrated to have to settle for the Europa League after a 3-2 home win over Hannover. Lucas Alario produced two classy strikes, and Julian Brandt one, before Hannover hit back through Niclas Fullkrug and Martin Harnik, meaning Bayer missed out on the Champions League due to their inferior goal difference to BVB. Everton loanee Ademola Lookman ran the show with a goal and two assists as RB Leipzig booked Europa League football by winning 6-2 at Hertha Berlin. Dayot Upamecano gave the capital club the lead with a header but Leipzig promptly levelled through Vedad Ibisevic and were 3-1 up by half-time as Lookman struck before setting up Jean-Kevin Augustin. Timo Werner pushed the visitors further clear with a goal on the break and Lookman found Augustin for a match-killing strike shortly before the hour mark. Salomon Kalou would later notch Hertha's second before Bruma made it six for Leipzig late on. Elsewhere, Guido Burgstaller's bullet header saw Schalke edge Eintracht Frankfurt 1-0 and Werder Bremen left it late to triumph 2-1 at Mainz, Theodor Gebre Selassie grabbing the winner after Florian Kainz had cancelled out Jean-Philippe Gbamin's opener.
Ten-man Hamburg were relegated from the Bundesliga for the first time on Saturday, sparking angry fan demonstrations, despite the team pulling off a 2-1 home victory over Borussia Monchengladbach. HSV had played in the German top flight since their foundation and in the Bundesliga since it began in 1963 but, after several flirtations with the drop in recent years, they have finally bowed out. Aaron Hunt converted an early penalty to put them on the right track and former Tottenham midfielder Lewis Holtby re-established their lead after Josip Drmic had levelled for Monchengladbach. The home side were reduced to 10 men as Bobby Wood received a second yellow card for a foul after 71 minutes, but - despite Hamburg&#39;s efforts to hold on for maximum points - Wolfsburg&#39;s 4-1 triumph over bottom side Cologne meant they could not be caught. Instead the Wolves will tackle a relegation/promotion play-off against second-division side Holstein Kiel. Police dogs were brought onto the pitch as fans caused trouble in the stands Credit: AFP It took Josuha Guilavogui only 41 seconds to boost the Wolves ahead, yet Cologne equalised with a classy chip from Jonas Hector. Divock Origi restored Wolfsburg&#39;s lead from close range after the break and Robin Knoche ensured they would finish 16th with his 71st-minute effort. Josip Brekalo added gloss to the scoreline at the death. When news that the full-time whistle had blown in Wolfsburg filtered through, Hamburg fans invaded the pitch at the Volksparkstadion, igniting flares and forcing a lengthy suspension as order was restored. Freiburg went into the final day vulnerable to being sucked into the play-off spot by Wolfsburg, but their 2-0 win over Augsburg negated that risk, Nicolas Hofler and Tim Kleindienst grabbing the goals. Hamburg have been relegated from the Bundesliga for the first time in their history Credit: Bongrats Stuttgart spoiled Bayern Munich&#39;s title party and Jupp Heynckes&#39; last game in charge of the champions by producing a surprise 4-1 success at the Allianz Arena. Daniel Ginczek scored the first goal of his brace after just five minutes, only for Corentin Tolisso to peg Stuttgart back from a stunning Robert Lewandowski assist. Tassos Donis rocked Bayern again with a goal on the counter-attack before Chadrac Akolo and Ginczek struck to confirm the shock result. It is the first time in over nine years Bayern had conceded four goals at home in the league, although they will not have cared too much as they lifted the Meisterschale trophy. A display burns inside the stadium Credit: AFP Hoffenheim and Borussia Dortmund won the race for the remaining Champions League spots, even though the former club subjected the latter to a 3-1 defeat at the Rhein-Neckar-Arena. Andrej Kramaric fired TSG ahead, with Marco Reus levelling before Adam Szalai and Pavel Kaderabek steered Hoffenheim into third place, while Dortmund took fourth. Missing out were Bayer Leverkusen, who will be frustrated to have to settle for the Europa League after a 3-2 home win over Hannover. Lucas Alario produced two classy strikes, and Julian Brandt one, before Hannover hit back through Niclas Fullkrug and Martin Harnik, meaning Bayer missed out on the Champions League due to their inferior goal difference to BVB. Everton loanee Ademola Lookman ran the show with a goal and two assists as RB Leipzig booked Europa League football by winning 6-2 at Hertha Berlin. Dayot Upamecano gave the capital club the lead with a header but Leipzig promptly levelled through Vedad Ibisevic and were 3-1 up by half-time as Lookman struck before setting up Jean-Kevin Augustin. Timo Werner pushed the visitors further clear with a goal on the break and Lookman found Augustin for a match-killing strike shortly before the hour mark. Salomon Kalou would later notch Hertha&#39;s second before Bruma made it six for Leipzig late on. Elsewhere, Guido Burgstaller&#39;s bullet header saw Schalke edge Eintracht Frankfurt 1-0 and Werder Bremen left it late to triumph 2-1 at Mainz, Theodor Gebre Selassie grabbing the winner after Florian Kainz had cancelled out Jean-Philippe Gbamin&#39;s opener.
Hamburg fans ignite flares in anger as team are relegated from Bundesliga for first time
Ten-man Hamburg were relegated from the Bundesliga for the first time on Saturday, sparking angry fan demonstrations, despite the team pulling off a 2-1 home victory over Borussia Monchengladbach. HSV had played in the German top flight since their foundation and in the Bundesliga since it began in 1963 but, after several flirtations with the drop in recent years, they have finally bowed out. Aaron Hunt converted an early penalty to put them on the right track and former Tottenham midfielder Lewis Holtby re-established their lead after Josip Drmic had levelled for Monchengladbach. The home side were reduced to 10 men as Bobby Wood received a second yellow card for a foul after 71 minutes, but - despite Hamburg's efforts to hold on for maximum points - Wolfsburg's 4-1 triumph over bottom side Cologne meant they could not be caught. Instead the Wolves will tackle a relegation/promotion play-off against second-division side Holstein Kiel. Police dogs were brought onto the pitch as fans caused trouble in the stands Credit: AFP It took Josuha Guilavogui only 41 seconds to boost the Wolves ahead, yet Cologne equalised with a classy chip from Jonas Hector. Divock Origi restored Wolfsburg's lead from close range after the break and Robin Knoche ensured they would finish 16th with his 71st-minute effort. Josip Brekalo added gloss to the scoreline at the death. When news that the full-time whistle had blown in Wolfsburg filtered through, Hamburg fans invaded the pitch at the Volksparkstadion, igniting flares and forcing a lengthy suspension as order was restored. Freiburg went into the final day vulnerable to being sucked into the play-off spot by Wolfsburg, but their 2-0 win over Augsburg negated that risk, Nicolas Hofler and Tim Kleindienst grabbing the goals. Hamburg have been relegated from the Bundesliga for the first time in their history Credit: Bongrats Stuttgart spoiled Bayern Munich's title party and Jupp Heynckes' last game in charge of the champions by producing a surprise 4-1 success at the Allianz Arena. Daniel Ginczek scored the first goal of his brace after just five minutes, only for Corentin Tolisso to peg Stuttgart back from a stunning Robert Lewandowski assist. Tassos Donis rocked Bayern again with a goal on the counter-attack before Chadrac Akolo and Ginczek struck to confirm the shock result. It is the first time in over nine years Bayern had conceded four goals at home in the league, although they will not have cared too much as they lifted the Meisterschale trophy. A display burns inside the stadium Credit: AFP Hoffenheim and Borussia Dortmund won the race for the remaining Champions League spots, even though the former club subjected the latter to a 3-1 defeat at the Rhein-Neckar-Arena. Andrej Kramaric fired TSG ahead, with Marco Reus levelling before Adam Szalai and Pavel Kaderabek steered Hoffenheim into third place, while Dortmund took fourth. Missing out were Bayer Leverkusen, who will be frustrated to have to settle for the Europa League after a 3-2 home win over Hannover. Lucas Alario produced two classy strikes, and Julian Brandt one, before Hannover hit back through Niclas Fullkrug and Martin Harnik, meaning Bayer missed out on the Champions League due to their inferior goal difference to BVB. Everton loanee Ademola Lookman ran the show with a goal and two assists as RB Leipzig booked Europa League football by winning 6-2 at Hertha Berlin. Dayot Upamecano gave the capital club the lead with a header but Leipzig promptly levelled through Vedad Ibisevic and were 3-1 up by half-time as Lookman struck before setting up Jean-Kevin Augustin. Timo Werner pushed the visitors further clear with a goal on the break and Lookman found Augustin for a match-killing strike shortly before the hour mark. Salomon Kalou would later notch Hertha's second before Bruma made it six for Leipzig late on. Elsewhere, Guido Burgstaller's bullet header saw Schalke edge Eintracht Frankfurt 1-0 and Werder Bremen left it late to triumph 2-1 at Mainz, Theodor Gebre Selassie grabbing the winner after Florian Kainz had cancelled out Jean-Philippe Gbamin's opener.
Ten-man Hamburg were relegated from the Bundesliga for the first time on Saturday, sparking angry fan demonstrations, despite the team pulling off a 2-1 home victory over Borussia Monchengladbach. HSV had played in the German top flight since their foundation and in the Bundesliga since it began in 1963 but, after several flirtations with the drop in recent years, they have finally bowed out. Aaron Hunt converted an early penalty to put them on the right track and former Tottenham midfielder Lewis Holtby re-established their lead after Josip Drmic had levelled for Monchengladbach. The home side were reduced to 10 men as Bobby Wood received a second yellow card for a foul after 71 minutes, but - despite Hamburg&#39;s efforts to hold on for maximum points - Wolfsburg&#39;s 4-1 triumph over bottom side Cologne meant they could not be caught. Instead the Wolves will tackle a relegation/promotion play-off against second-division side Holstein Kiel. Police dogs were brought onto the pitch as fans caused trouble in the stands Credit: AFP It took Josuha Guilavogui only 41 seconds to boost the Wolves ahead, yet Cologne equalised with a classy chip from Jonas Hector. Divock Origi restored Wolfsburg&#39;s lead from close range after the break and Robin Knoche ensured they would finish 16th with his 71st-minute effort. Josip Brekalo added gloss to the scoreline at the death. When news that the full-time whistle had blown in Wolfsburg filtered through, Hamburg fans invaded the pitch at the Volksparkstadion, igniting flares and forcing a lengthy suspension as order was restored. Freiburg went into the final day vulnerable to being sucked into the play-off spot by Wolfsburg, but their 2-0 win over Augsburg negated that risk, Nicolas Hofler and Tim Kleindienst grabbing the goals. Hamburg have been relegated from the Bundesliga for the first time in their history Credit: Bongrats Stuttgart spoiled Bayern Munich&#39;s title party and Jupp Heynckes&#39; last game in charge of the champions by producing a surprise 4-1 success at the Allianz Arena. Daniel Ginczek scored the first goal of his brace after just five minutes, only for Corentin Tolisso to peg Stuttgart back from a stunning Robert Lewandowski assist. Tassos Donis rocked Bayern again with a goal on the counter-attack before Chadrac Akolo and Ginczek struck to confirm the shock result. It is the first time in over nine years Bayern had conceded four goals at home in the league, although they will not have cared too much as they lifted the Meisterschale trophy. A display burns inside the stadium Credit: AFP Hoffenheim and Borussia Dortmund won the race for the remaining Champions League spots, even though the former club subjected the latter to a 3-1 defeat at the Rhein-Neckar-Arena. Andrej Kramaric fired TSG ahead, with Marco Reus levelling before Adam Szalai and Pavel Kaderabek steered Hoffenheim into third place, while Dortmund took fourth. Missing out were Bayer Leverkusen, who will be frustrated to have to settle for the Europa League after a 3-2 home win over Hannover. Lucas Alario produced two classy strikes, and Julian Brandt one, before Hannover hit back through Niclas Fullkrug and Martin Harnik, meaning Bayer missed out on the Champions League due to their inferior goal difference to BVB. Everton loanee Ademola Lookman ran the show with a goal and two assists as RB Leipzig booked Europa League football by winning 6-2 at Hertha Berlin. Dayot Upamecano gave the capital club the lead with a header but Leipzig promptly levelled through Vedad Ibisevic and were 3-1 up by half-time as Lookman struck before setting up Jean-Kevin Augustin. Timo Werner pushed the visitors further clear with a goal on the break and Lookman found Augustin for a match-killing strike shortly before the hour mark. Salomon Kalou would later notch Hertha&#39;s second before Bruma made it six for Leipzig late on. Elsewhere, Guido Burgstaller&#39;s bullet header saw Schalke edge Eintracht Frankfurt 1-0 and Werder Bremen left it late to triumph 2-1 at Mainz, Theodor Gebre Selassie grabbing the winner after Florian Kainz had cancelled out Jean-Philippe Gbamin&#39;s opener.
Hamburg fans ignite flares in anger as team are relegated from Bundesliga for first time
Ten-man Hamburg were relegated from the Bundesliga for the first time on Saturday, sparking angry fan demonstrations, despite the team pulling off a 2-1 home victory over Borussia Monchengladbach. HSV had played in the German top flight since their foundation and in the Bundesliga since it began in 1963 but, after several flirtations with the drop in recent years, they have finally bowed out. Aaron Hunt converted an early penalty to put them on the right track and former Tottenham midfielder Lewis Holtby re-established their lead after Josip Drmic had levelled for Monchengladbach. The home side were reduced to 10 men as Bobby Wood received a second yellow card for a foul after 71 minutes, but - despite Hamburg's efforts to hold on for maximum points - Wolfsburg's 4-1 triumph over bottom side Cologne meant they could not be caught. Instead the Wolves will tackle a relegation/promotion play-off against second-division side Holstein Kiel. Police dogs were brought onto the pitch as fans caused trouble in the stands Credit: AFP It took Josuha Guilavogui only 41 seconds to boost the Wolves ahead, yet Cologne equalised with a classy chip from Jonas Hector. Divock Origi restored Wolfsburg's lead from close range after the break and Robin Knoche ensured they would finish 16th with his 71st-minute effort. Josip Brekalo added gloss to the scoreline at the death. When news that the full-time whistle had blown in Wolfsburg filtered through, Hamburg fans invaded the pitch at the Volksparkstadion, igniting flares and forcing a lengthy suspension as order was restored. Freiburg went into the final day vulnerable to being sucked into the play-off spot by Wolfsburg, but their 2-0 win over Augsburg negated that risk, Nicolas Hofler and Tim Kleindienst grabbing the goals. Hamburg have been relegated from the Bundesliga for the first time in their history Credit: Bongrats Stuttgart spoiled Bayern Munich's title party and Jupp Heynckes' last game in charge of the champions by producing a surprise 4-1 success at the Allianz Arena. Daniel Ginczek scored the first goal of his brace after just five minutes, only for Corentin Tolisso to peg Stuttgart back from a stunning Robert Lewandowski assist. Tassos Donis rocked Bayern again with a goal on the counter-attack before Chadrac Akolo and Ginczek struck to confirm the shock result. It is the first time in over nine years Bayern had conceded four goals at home in the league, although they will not have cared too much as they lifted the Meisterschale trophy. A display burns inside the stadium Credit: AFP Hoffenheim and Borussia Dortmund won the race for the remaining Champions League spots, even though the former club subjected the latter to a 3-1 defeat at the Rhein-Neckar-Arena. Andrej Kramaric fired TSG ahead, with Marco Reus levelling before Adam Szalai and Pavel Kaderabek steered Hoffenheim into third place, while Dortmund took fourth. Missing out were Bayer Leverkusen, who will be frustrated to have to settle for the Europa League after a 3-2 home win over Hannover. Lucas Alario produced two classy strikes, and Julian Brandt one, before Hannover hit back through Niclas Fullkrug and Martin Harnik, meaning Bayer missed out on the Champions League due to their inferior goal difference to BVB. Everton loanee Ademola Lookman ran the show with a goal and two assists as RB Leipzig booked Europa League football by winning 6-2 at Hertha Berlin. Dayot Upamecano gave the capital club the lead with a header but Leipzig promptly levelled through Vedad Ibisevic and were 3-1 up by half-time as Lookman struck before setting up Jean-Kevin Augustin. Timo Werner pushed the visitors further clear with a goal on the break and Lookman found Augustin for a match-killing strike shortly before the hour mark. Salomon Kalou would later notch Hertha's second before Bruma made it six for Leipzig late on. Elsewhere, Guido Burgstaller's bullet header saw Schalke edge Eintracht Frankfurt 1-0 and Werder Bremen left it late to triumph 2-1 at Mainz, Theodor Gebre Selassie grabbing the winner after Florian Kainz had cancelled out Jean-Philippe Gbamin's opener.
Hamburg fans ignite flares in anger as team are relegated from Bundesliga for first time
Hamburg fans ignite flares in anger as team are relegated from Bundesliga for first time
Hamburg fans ignite flares in anger as team are relegated from Bundesliga for first time
Hamburg fans ignite flares in anger as team are relegated from Bundesliga for first time
Hamburg fans ignite flares in anger as team are relegated from Bundesliga for first time
Hamburg fans ignite flares in anger as team are relegated from Bundesliga for first time
Hamburg fans ignite flares in anger as team are relegated from Bundesliga for first time
Hamburg fans ignite flares in anger as team are relegated from Bundesliga for first time
Hamburg fans ignite flares in anger as team are relegated from Bundesliga for first time
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Gladbach&#39;s keeper Yann Sommer watch policemen with their dogs walking over the pitch during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Gladbach's keeper Yann Sommer watch policemen with their dogs walking over the pitch during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Gladbach's keeper Yann Sommer watch policemen with their dogs walking over the pitch during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg coach Christian Titz during a press conference after the match REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen DFL RULES TO LIMIT THE ONLINE USAGE DURING MATCH TIME TO 15 PICTURES PER GAME. IMAGE SEQUENCES TO SIMULATE VIDEO IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME. FOR FURTHER QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT DFL DIRECTLY AT + 49 69 650050
Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg coach Christian Titz during a press conference after the match REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen DFL RULES TO LIMIT THE ONLINE USAGE DURING MATCH TIME TO 15 PICTURES PER GAME. IMAGE SEQUENCES TO SIMULATE VIDEO IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME. FOR FURTHER QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT DFL DIRECTLY AT + 49 69 650050
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg coach Christian Titz during a press conference after the match REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen DFL RULES TO LIMIT THE ONLINE USAGE DURING MATCH TIME TO 15 PICTURES PER GAME. IMAGE SEQUENCES TO SIMULATE VIDEO IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME. FOR FURTHER QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT DFL DIRECTLY AT + 49 69 650050
Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg coach Christian Titz during a press conference after the match REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen DFL RULES TO LIMIT THE ONLINE USAGE DURING MATCH TIME TO 15 PICTURES PER GAME. IMAGE SEQUENCES TO SIMULATE VIDEO IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME. FOR FURTHER QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT DFL DIRECTLY AT + 49 69 650050
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Borussia Monchengladbach coach Dieter Hecking during a press conference after the match REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen DFL RULES TO LIMIT THE ONLINE USAGE DURING MATCH TIME TO 15 PICTURES PER GAME. IMAGE SEQUENCES TO SIMULATE VIDEO IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME. FOR FURTHER QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT DFL DIRECTLY AT + 49 69 650050
Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Borussia Monchengladbach coach Dieter Hecking during a press conference after the match REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen DFL RULES TO LIMIT THE ONLINE USAGE DURING MATCH TIME TO 15 PICTURES PER GAME. IMAGE SEQUENCES TO SIMULATE VIDEO IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME. FOR FURTHER QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT DFL DIRECTLY AT + 49 69 650050
SS58. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg&#39;s player Gotoku Sakai (R) reacts next to teammate Gideon Jung (C) after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Mönchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
SS58. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's player Gotoku Sakai (R) reacts next to teammate Gideon Jung (C) after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Mönchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
SS58. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's player Gotoku Sakai (R) reacts next to teammate Gideon Jung (C) after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Mönchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Referee Felix Brych gestures the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Referee Felix Brych gestures the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Referee Felix Brych gestures the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg coach Christian Titz (R) and Borussia Monchengladbach coach Dieter Hecking (L) during a press conference after the match REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen DFL RULES TO LIMIT THE ONLINE USAGE DURING MATCH TIME TO 15 PICTURES PER GAME. IMAGE SEQUENCES TO SIMULATE VIDEO IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME. FOR FURTHER QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT DFL DIRECTLY AT + 49 69 650050
Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg coach Christian Titz (R) and Borussia Monchengladbach coach Dieter Hecking (L) during a press conference after the match REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen DFL RULES TO LIMIT THE ONLINE USAGE DURING MATCH TIME TO 15 PICTURES PER GAME. IMAGE SEQUENCES TO SIMULATE VIDEO IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME. FOR FURTHER QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT DFL DIRECTLY AT + 49 69 650050
SS58. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg&#39;s player Gotoku Sakai (R) reacts next to teammate Gideon Jung (L) after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Mönchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
SS58. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's player Gotoku Sakai (R) reacts next to teammate Gideon Jung (L) after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Mönchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
SS58. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's player Gotoku Sakai (R) reacts next to teammate Gideon Jung (L) after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Mönchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg&#39;s Tatsuya Ito (C) reacts after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's Tatsuya Ito (C) reacts after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's Tatsuya Ito (C) reacts after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg&#39;s players react after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's players react after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's players react after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Riot police stand back as the Hamburg fans let off flares and throw them on to the pitch REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen DFL RULES TO LIMIT THE ONLINE USAGE DURING MATCH TIME TO 15 PICTURES PER GAME. IMAGE SEQUENCES TO SIMULATE VIDEO IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME. FOR FURTHER QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT DFL DIRECTLY AT + 49 69 650050
Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Riot police stand back as the Hamburg fans let off flares and throw them on to the pitch REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen DFL RULES TO LIMIT THE ONLINE USAGE DURING MATCH TIME TO 15 PICTURES PER GAME. IMAGE SEQUENCES TO SIMULATE VIDEO IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME. FOR FURTHER QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT DFL DIRECTLY AT + 49 69 650050
Police were forced to delay Hamburg&#39;s match with two minutes remaining when fans threw fireworks onto the pitch
Police were forced to delay Hamburg's match with two minutes remaining when fans threw fireworks onto the pitch
Police were forced to delay Hamburg's match with two minutes remaining when fans threw fireworks onto the pitch
Police were forced to delay Hamburg&#39;s match with two minutes remaining when fans threw fireworks onto the pitch (AFP Photo/Patrik STOLLARZ)
Police were forced to delay Hamburg's match with two minutes remaining when fans threw fireworks onto the pitch
Police were forced to delay Hamburg's match with two minutes remaining when fans threw fireworks onto the pitch (AFP Photo/Patrik STOLLARZ)
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg&#39;s Tatsuya Ito (C) reacts after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's Tatsuya Ito (C) reacts after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's Tatsuya Ito (C) reacts after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg fans let off flares and throw smoke bombs on to the pitch as riot police line up across the pitch REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen DFL RULES TO LIMIT THE ONLINE USAGE DURING MATCH TIME TO 15 PICTURES PER GAME. IMAGE SEQUENCES TO SIMULATE VIDEO IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME. FOR FURTHER QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT DFL DIRECTLY AT + 49 69 650050
Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg fans let off flares and throw smoke bombs on to the pitch as riot police line up across the pitch REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen DFL RULES TO LIMIT THE ONLINE USAGE DURING MATCH TIME TO 15 PICTURES PER GAME. IMAGE SEQUENCES TO SIMULATE VIDEO IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME. FOR FURTHER QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT DFL DIRECTLY AT + 49 69 650050
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg fans let off flares and throw smoke bombs on to the pitch as riot police run across the pitch REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen DFL RULES TO LIMIT THE ONLINE USAGE DURING MATCH TIME TO 15 PICTURES PER GAME. IMAGE SEQUENCES TO SIMULATE VIDEO IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME. FOR FURTHER QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT DFL DIRECTLY AT + 49 69 650050
Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg fans let off flares and throw smoke bombs on to the pitch as riot police run across the pitch REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen DFL RULES TO LIMIT THE ONLINE USAGE DURING MATCH TIME TO 15 PICTURES PER GAME. IMAGE SEQUENCES TO SIMULATE VIDEO IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME. FOR FURTHER QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT DFL DIRECTLY AT + 49 69 650050
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg&#39;s head coach Christian Titz reacts after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Mönchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's head coach Christian Titz reacts after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Mönchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's head coach Christian Titz reacts after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Mönchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg&#39;s players greet the fans after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Mönchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's players greet the fans after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Mönchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's players greet the fans after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Mönchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg&#39;s players react after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's players react after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's players react after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg coach Christian Titz during a press conference after the match REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen DFL RULES TO LIMIT THE ONLINE USAGE DURING MATCH TIME TO 15 PICTURES PER GAME. IMAGE SEQUENCES TO SIMULATE VIDEO IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME. FOR FURTHER QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT DFL DIRECTLY AT + 49 69 650050
Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg coach Christian Titz during a press conference after the match REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen DFL RULES TO LIMIT THE ONLINE USAGE DURING MATCH TIME TO 15 PICTURES PER GAME. IMAGE SEQUENCES TO SIMULATE VIDEO IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME. FOR FURTHER QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT DFL DIRECTLY AT + 49 69 650050
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg coach Christian Titz during a press conference after the match REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen DFL RULES TO LIMIT THE ONLINE USAGE DURING MATCH TIME TO 15 PICTURES PER GAME. IMAGE SEQUENCES TO SIMULATE VIDEO IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME. FOR FURTHER QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT DFL DIRECTLY AT + 49 69 650050
Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg coach Christian Titz during a press conference after the match REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen DFL RULES TO LIMIT THE ONLINE USAGE DURING MATCH TIME TO 15 PICTURES PER GAME. IMAGE SEQUENCES TO SIMULATE VIDEO IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME. FOR FURTHER QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT DFL DIRECTLY AT + 49 69 650050
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Supporters of the HSV are sitting on the tribune after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Supporters of the HSV are sitting on the tribune after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Supporters of the HSV are sitting on the tribune after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- HSV fans supports their team during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- HSV fans supports their team during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- HSV fans supports their team during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Fans light flares during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Fans light flares during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Fans light flares during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Fans light flares during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Fans light flares during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Fans light flares during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Fans light flares during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Fans light flares during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Fans light flares during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg&#39;s Gotoku Sakai give supporters his jersey after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's Gotoku Sakai give supporters his jersey after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's Gotoku Sakai give supporters his jersey after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Supporters of Gladbach are showing a big watch during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Supporters of Gladbach are showing a big watch during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Supporters of Gladbach are showing a big watch during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg&#39;s Aaron Hunt reacts during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's Aaron Hunt reacts during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's Aaron Hunt reacts during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Fans light flares during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Fans light flares during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Fans light flares during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg&#39;s Kyriakos Papadopoulos hugs teammates Lewis Holtby and Douglas Santos (L-R) after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's Kyriakos Papadopoulos hugs teammates Lewis Holtby and Douglas Santos (L-R) after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's Kyriakos Papadopoulos hugs teammates Lewis Holtby and Douglas Santos (L-R) after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg&#39;s Lewis Holtby (L) and Douglas Santos react after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany. EFE/EPA
Hamburg's Lewis Holtby (L) and Douglas Santos react after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany. EFE/EPA
Hamburg's Lewis Holtby (L) and Douglas Santos react after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany. EFE/EPA
Hamburg&#39;s coach Christian Titz talks to the team after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany. EFE/EPA
Hamburg's coach Christian Titz talks to the team after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany. EFE/EPA
Hamburg's coach Christian Titz talks to the team after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany. EFE/EPA
German riot police run on the field as Hamburg&#39;s fans light flares at the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg Germany. EFE/EPA
German riot police run on the field as Hamburg's fans light flares at the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg Germany. EFE/EPA
German riot police run on the field as Hamburg's fans light flares at the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg Germany. EFE/EPA
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg fan holds a wreath on the pitch at the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Mönchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg fan holds a wreath on the pitch at the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Mönchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg fan holds a wreath on the pitch at the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Mönchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Moenchengladbach&#39;s and Hamburg&#39;s players wait on the pitch behind German riot police as Hamburg&#39;s fans light flares at the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamurg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Moenchengladbach's and Hamburg's players wait on the pitch behind German riot police as Hamburg's fans light flares at the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamurg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Moenchengladbach's and Hamburg's players wait on the pitch behind German riot police as Hamburg's fans light flares at the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamurg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
Victory on the final day was not enough to preserve Bundesliga status for Hamburg, where ugly scenes marred the end of the game.
Hamburg finally relegated amid ugly scenes
Victory on the final day was not enough to preserve Bundesliga status for Hamburg, where ugly scenes marred the end of the game.
SS38. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- German riot police stay in the line as Hamburg&#39;s fans light flares at the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Mönchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS38. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- German riot police stay in the line as Hamburg's fans light flares at the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Mönchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS38. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- German riot police stay in the line as Hamburg's fans light flares at the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Mönchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS38. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- German riot police with the dogs run on the pitch as Hamburg&#39;s fans light flares at the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS38. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- German riot police with the dogs run on the pitch as Hamburg's fans light flares at the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS38. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- German riot police with the dogs run on the pitch as Hamburg's fans light flares at the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS38. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- German riot police with the dogs run on the pitch as Hamburg&#39;s fans light flares at the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS38. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- German riot police with the dogs run on the pitch as Hamburg's fans light flares at the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS38. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- German riot police with the dogs run on the pitch as Hamburg's fans light flares at the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg&#39;s Gotoku Sakai reacts after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's Gotoku Sakai reacts after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's Gotoku Sakai reacts after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg&#39;s Lewis Holtby in action with Borussia Monchengladbach&#39;s Mickael Cuisance REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg's Lewis Holtby in action with Borussia Monchengladbach's Mickael Cuisance REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Borussia Monchengladbach&#39;s Josip Drmic in action with Hamburg&#39;s Douglas Santos REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Borussia Monchengladbach's Josip Drmic in action with Hamburg's Douglas Santos REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Moenchengladbach&#39;s and Hamburg&#39;s players sit on the pitch behind German riot police as Hamburg&#39;s fans light flares at the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamurg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Moenchengladbach's and Hamburg's players sit on the pitch behind German riot police as Hamburg's fans light flares at the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamurg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS45. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Moenchengladbach's and Hamburg's players sit on the pitch behind German riot police as Hamburg's fans light flares at the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamurg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg players look dejected at full time REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen DFL RULES TO LIMIT THE ONLINE USAGE DURING MATCH TIME TO 15 PICTURES PER GAME. IMAGE SEQUENCES TO SIMULATE VIDEO IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME. FOR FURTHER QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT DFL DIRECTLY AT + 49 69 650050
Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg players look dejected at full time REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen DFL RULES TO LIMIT THE ONLINE USAGE DURING MATCH TIME TO 15 PICTURES PER GAME. IMAGE SEQUENCES TO SIMULATE VIDEO IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME. FOR FURTHER QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT DFL DIRECTLY AT + 49 69 650050
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg&#39;s coach Christian Titz leaves the pitch after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's coach Christian Titz leaves the pitch after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's coach Christian Titz leaves the pitch after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg&#39;s coach Christian Titz talks to the team after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's coach Christian Titz talks to the team after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- Hamburg's coach Christian Titz talks to the team after the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV and Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg, Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/DAVID HECKER (EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidlines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.)
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg&#39;s Gotoku Sakai and team mates look dejected as they applaud the fans at the end of the match REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen DFL RULES TO LIMIT THE ONLINE USAGE DURING MATCH TIME TO 15 PICTURES PER GAME. IMAGE SEQUENCES TO SIMULATE VIDEO IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME. FOR FURTHER QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT DFL DIRECTLY AT + 49 69 650050
Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg's Gotoku Sakai and team mates look dejected as they applaud the fans at the end of the match REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen DFL RULES TO LIMIT THE ONLINE USAGE DURING MATCH TIME TO 15 PICTURES PER GAME. IMAGE SEQUENCES TO SIMULATE VIDEO IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME. FOR FURTHER QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT DFL DIRECTLY AT + 49 69 650050
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg&#39;s Albin Ekdal looks dejected at the end of the match REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen DFL RULES TO LIMIT THE ONLINE USAGE DURING MATCH TIME TO 15 PICTURES PER GAME. IMAGE SEQUENCES TO SIMULATE VIDEO IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME. FOR FURTHER QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT DFL DIRECTLY AT + 49 69 650050
Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach
Soccer Football - Bundesliga - Hamburger SV v Borussia Moenchengladbach - Volksparkstadion, Hamburg, Germany - May 12, 2018 Hamburg's Albin Ekdal looks dejected at the end of the match REUTERS/Morris Mac Matzen DFL RULES TO LIMIT THE ONLINE USAGE DURING MATCH TIME TO 15 PICTURES PER GAME. IMAGE SEQUENCES TO SIMULATE VIDEO IS NOT ALLOWED AT ANY TIME. FOR FURTHER QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT DFL DIRECTLY AT + 49 69 650050
SS38. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- German riot police stay on the pitch in front of the tribune with Hamburg&#39;s fans who light flares at the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS38. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- German riot police stay on the pitch in front of the tribune with Hamburg's fans who light flares at the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.
SS38. Hamburg (Germany), 12/05/2018.- German riot police stay on the pitch in front of the tribune with Hamburg's fans who light flares at the end of the German Bundesliga soccer match between Hamburger SV vs Borussia Moenchengladbach in Hamburg Germany, 12 May 2018. (Hamburgo, Rusia, Alemania) EFE/EPA/SRDJAN SUKI EMBARGO CONDITIONS - ATTENTION: Due to the accreditation guidelines, the DFL only permits the publication and utilisation of up to 15 pictures per match on the internet and in online media during the match.

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