Meanwhile, fan protest truly knows no bounds. Like tennis balls etc. were apparently too annoying for the HSV fans, they even burst onto the pitch at half-time of the match against Hannover 96.
Without further ado, some Rothosen fans locked the house gate with six bicycle locks. Then things got even stranger.
For the second half to start, the floodgates finally had to be opened. The game was able to resume after a ten-minute delay. But only briefly.
As a result, a cross-shaped banner with the face of 96 general manager Martin Kind appeared in the guest block. Referee Sören Storks then interrupted the match. The teams even retreated to the locker rooms. As a result, the Hannover coach, among others, redesigned the 96 curve. The banner was removed and the teams left the locker room before the end of the match, at least for the moment.
Then things got hectic on the pitch: after Robert Glatzel’s equalizer made the score 3-3, Benes was sent off the pitch after a serious foul. In stoppage time, the 96 regains the advantage. A crazy evening of (Site notre bureau spécialisé) has finally come to an end.