Es ist wohl eines der schlimmsten Fouls der Bundesliga in der jüngeren Geschichte. Als André Hahn in der 74 Minute beim Stand von eingewechselt wurde. Okt. Schalke-Profi Johannes Geis hat sich nach seinem üblen Tritt gegen Gladbachs André Hahn umgehend entschuldigt. Aber die Fans sind. Hahn muss nach rüdem Foul vom Platz getragen werden Hahn wurde vom Schalker Johannes Geis in der Minute ganz übel am linken Bein erwischt.
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Eduardo da Silva Shakhtar Donetsk wins a free kick in the defensive half. Andriy Pyatov tries a through ball, but Olexandr Gladkiy is caught offside.
Viktor Kovalenko Shakhtar Donetsk right footed shot from outside the box misses to the left following a corner.
Offside, FC Schalke Olexandr Gladkiy Shakhtar Donetsk left footed shot from the left side of the six yard box is saved in the bottom left corner.
Assisted by Maksim Malyshev. Maksim Malyshev Shakhtar Donetsk right footed shot from the centre of the box is blocked. Eduardo da Silva replaces Taison.
Olexandr Kucher Shakhtar Donetsk is shown the yellow card for a bad foul. Taras Stepanenko Shakhtar Donetsk header from the right side of the six yard box is saved in the centre of the goal.
Assisted by Darijo Srna with a cross. Wellington Nem Shakhtar Donetsk wins a free kick on the right wing. Taison Shakhtar Donetsk wins a free kick in the defensive half.
Johannes Geis FC Schalke 04 right footed shot from the centre of the box is blocked. Johannes Geis FC Schalke 04 right footed shot from very close range is blocked.
Assisted by Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting. FC Schalke 04 wins a free kick in the attacking half. Back pass by Olexandr Kucher Shakhtar Donetsk.
Wellington Nem replaces Marlos. Conceded by Andriy Pyatov. Younes Belhanda FC Schalke 04 right footed shot from outside the box is saved in the top right corner.
Assisted by Leon Goretzka with a cross. Younes Belhanda FC Schalke 04 wins a free kick in the defensive half. Olexandr Gladkiy Shakhtar Donetsk wins a free kick in the defensive half.
They are ready to continue. Delay in match Ismaily Shakhtar Donetsk because of an injury. Max Meyer FC Schalke 04 right footed shot from the centre of the box is saved in the centre of the goal.
Sead Kolasinac FC Schalke 04 wins a free kick on the left wing. Foul by Darijo Srna Shakhtar Donetsk. Dangerous play by Viktor Kovalenko Shakhtar Donetsk.
Olexandr Kucher Shakhtar Donetsk wins a free kick in the defensive half. Younes Belhanda FC Schalke 04 right footed shot from the centre of the box is saved in the centre of the goal.
Assisted by Leon Goretzka. Leon Goretzka FC Schalke 04 right footed shot from outside the box misses to the left.
Foul by Taras Stepanenko Shakhtar Donetsk. Yaroslav Rakitskiy Shakhtar Donetsk left footed shot from outside the box is too high. Marlos Shakhtar Donetsk wins a free kick on the right wing.
Foul by Taison Shakhtar Donetsk. Max Meyer FC Schalke 04 right footed shot from the left side of the box is blocked.
Olexandr Gladkiy Shakhtar Donetsk right footed shot from the right side of the box is too high. Marlos Shakhtar Donetsk wins a free kick in the attacking half.
Ismaily Shakhtar Donetsk wins a free kick on the left wing. Foul by Maksim Malyshev Shakhtar Donetsk. Delay in match Darijo Srna Shakhtar Donetsk because of an injury.
Ismaily Shakhtar Donetsk wins a free kick in the attacking half. Maksim Malyshev Shakhtar Donetsk wins a free kick in the defensive half.
Ismaily Shakhtar Donetsk wins a free kick in the defensive half. Maybe not right after he got sent off but definitely after he saw the replay.
He had the cheek to deny any wrongdoing on the pitch, only someone who knowingly wanted to make their presence felt would react like that.
That was more the other guy running full speed trying to kick the ball. Hurting players intentionally is not really in the US culture but it is big in Latin America.
I can tell you that Tevez tackle was completely intentional and malicious. Normally with just the tip of your foot up so it leaves some marks. This is more done to cause discomfort and not normally to break somebody.
With how Tevez did it, it was clearly meant to hurt the other person, not sure how extensively he wanted to hurt him.
There is no reason to go over the ball like Tevez did on that challenge. If you want to avoid it, you would take your foot out of the way to not have any probably of injuring yourself.
If you see in the picture below, Tevez is leaning back putting power forward so he was not trying to pull the ball around.
I am just trying to provide information here. Do not be naive in thinking athletes are all sportsmanship.
Some countries have the culture more than others to play dirty. The most dirty countries are normally Argentina and Italy and also Brazil if you get them angry.
This is dirty as in a person gets hurt but it is very hard to tell what happened in real-time or it looks semi-accidental. Tevez did not mean to hurt him he was going for a ball not at full pace the other guy came sprinting in and swung his foot full force.
So he snapped his leg. Dude, watch the video: Tevez actually gets there slightly ahead and rolls his foot over the top of the ball and the ball actually goes under his foot when the other guy hits it.
Now I ask you, what do you think he is trying to do there? Now, commentators are wrong often, but these guys also know when people go in with bad intentions.
They normally push to say it was an accident so it is pretty blatant when they are saying it was on purpose. Roy Keane vs Haaland is a classic.
Yeah, I figured that he had seen that though. For tackles like that I was at school so I already knew he had broken his leg and was just seeing how it happened.
How did that happen? So I was never really raised up with football played hockey mostly but my dad always watched it.
I vaguely remember the world cup and I fully remember the but I was never really invested in it. Fast-forward to Cl final watching bayern and I started supporting them from that point on.
The next season I would watch every bundesliga game that I could. Onto the bayern part: We only had bad luck when the municipalities where reformed in the 70s.
In Italy, the third league has a fantastic streaming on its website which allows you to watch all the games live without giving money. You made a good choice there.
To me, it looks like it was intended. He looks right at him, and then he has the audacity to lift his arms and claim innocence.
I said this is another thread too, Geis is usually a clean player and a likable guy off-pitch. Not a Roy Keane. What to expect from fans who even boycott their own team regularly?
Worst fans in the league by a mile. If not career ending. Even when he comes back fine he will have trouble going into duels with other players.
Huge part of injuries is the mental part. Some players are never the same after a big injury. Hahn is one of the few players I trust to come back with a great mentality.
This guy is a fighter. Working his way up from the Oberliga shows how determined he is. How the fuck do you commit a tackle like that and then try to act like nothing happened and be shocked when you get a red?
What a fucking loser hope he gets banned like 5 games minimum there is no need for that shit in this sport. Not to mention the swarm of teammates who want to yell at the ref.
Both are blights on the game. He looks right at him, goes in cleats first, stretched leg. Fakes pain, claims innocence and complains. And it happened in the Czech league where the disciplinary commission is absolutely retarded.
If you want to keep the sport as safe as possible, you have to ACT in situations like this. In light of all the flak he is getting at the moment he released a statement on his facebook page, in which he is apologizing for what happened.
I am deeply sorry for the horrible foul and I want to apologize to him Hahn , his family, the club and all fans.
The health of all players is really important to me! I understand that many people are upset and vent their emotions on this page.
I can fully understand this. However I want you to please keep the decency needed. For those wondering about Elkin Soto: Back when Geis was playing at Mainz 05 last season he got injured heavily on his knee and it was for a long time unsure if he could ever play again.
Geis complaining should be punished by an additional five game suspension. He knew exactly that he fucked his knee up. Additional 5 game suspension for complaining?
He should be banned for a lot longer than that just for the terrible foul. The piece of shit even fucking tries to argues the red card. If I was one of the Gladblach players I would have done something.
It looks like he even tried to fake he was hurt just after he hit Hann. But he was getting better with every match currently. With all the CL matches and cup matches between the Bundesliga matches we need every single man!
Especially with Hermann injured that badly already. Right now he is our only real left back Schulz, who is new anyway, is injured and Dominguez is needed as central back, I guess Johnson could play as left back too but he is used as midfielder and it seems he likes it that way.
Always trying to contribute to our attacks while giving solid defensive displays. He improved a lot since he joined and I really like the way he is playing lately.
The foul, even if unintenional, was incredibly stupid and dangerous. If you look at the video, you see that he only had eyes for the ball and tried to receive it properly.
There is no Chance he could have seen Hahn and pulled back, because he already was at full speed. Not trying to reach the ball, it was no "i wanted to reach the ball foul".
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