After the cheering scenes, the fact that the Schalkers could stay away from the SV Sandhausen Favorite Schreck SV Sandhausen after the SV Sandhausen Favorite Schreck SV Sandhausen. Finally, Königsblau responded to a stroke of the neck in the final phase and also benefited from the Bremen defeat and from the draw of FC St. Pauli, which is why more and more can be dreamed of in Gelsenkirchen.
Terodde must “realize” the events first
As double packer Simon Terodde presented himself after the final whistle at “Sky”, it simply fit into the picture: Full of joy, but without voice the record goal scorer of the 2nd Bundesliga croaks: “You have to realize what has gone here today.” Even before the kick -off, the supporters presented in the outnumbered would have supported the team strongly. Incidentally, Terodde had left his non -existent voice “in the curve and just in the cabin”.
Büskens speaks of incredible emotions
With regard to the course of the game, manager Rouven Schröder meant: “It’s just nice, the boys deserve it mercilessly that we Genau shoot this goal as late. It goes down like oil.” Schröder and Coach Mike Büskens preferred to talk about the tags. The interim coach said that he once again saw the reason “why you play football and why you like to be part of the hottest club in the world – incredible, that’s so much emotion.”
Terodde therefore did not try to talk about himself in a fragile voice. “The fans should celebrate, I think they also pushed us to win in the end,” said the striker and explained: “Usually you collapse after the compensation, but when you see what is going on… With the support Then it. “
What the Schalke fans tear off is incredible.
From many ways, Terodde briefly lacked the words. However, what he knew: In his “tip kick goal” in added time, everyone had fallen into “pure ecstasy”. “When I saw the team, the colleagues, the coaching team: I think I would have loved to run out of the stadium.” Sports director Schröder explained it for “indescribable what the Schalke fans tear off here is incredible”.
According to their idea, the team and supporters should be able to rave so at the end of the season. Schröder found it important to enjoy at the weekend, but then the motto would be called again: “Focus, there is no alternative”. Terodde also said: “We still have two games and we have to tear them.”
Both next week on Saturday (6.30 p.m.) in your own arena against direct competitor St. Pauli and on the last matchday at 1. FC Nürnberg (May 15, 3:30 p.m.), a good performance and plenty of will. It should be clear that the fans will be able to do their part today at the latest.