Trainer Tim Walter sees Hamburger SV before the semifinals in the DFB Cup against the SC Freiburg as Underdog.
“The roles are clearly distributed. Freiburg is on the way to the Champions League, and we fight a bit far around the rise in the Bundesliga and want to reinvent us,” said Walter before the game on Tuesday (20.45 / ARD and Sky ): “One should always relativize that the opponent plays a league higher and we as a second division nominell already the challenger.”
Walter, however, announced a research occurrence of his team. “We want to be courageous and are convinced by us,” he said at a press conference on Easter Monday in Hamburg. For an opponent, it’s hard to “get here 57,000 spectators. One is the paper shape and the other the truth in the square. We want to try to refute because we have incredibly a lot of desire for the game.”
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For the Hamburgs, on Tuesday, the first entry into the cup finals since the last title win in 1987. The only one of the four semi-finalists the last remaining second division in the competition has won the Cup so far (1963, 1976 and 1987). Freiburg also waits for a title such as RB Leipzig and Union Berlin, which faced on Wednesday in the second semi-final.