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It should have been the last action of the game

已有 255 次阅读  2014-10-28 01:09   标签World  Warcraft  Gold  FIFA  Coins 

  A goal Fifa coins seven minutes into World of Warcraft Gold time earned ten-man Hertha Berlin a point from their trip to Freiburg on Friday night as Ronny's second of the game rescued a 2-2 draw for the visitors. Goals from Marc-Oliver Kempf and Felix Klaus put Christian Streich's hosts deservedly 2-1 in front, but it was Ronny who had the final say to ensure both sides moved on to two points from their first four games of the season.

  Hertha lost Nico Schulz to a straight red card moments before Ronny's last-gasp leveller. With both sides winless in the German Bundesliga this season, it was no surprise that confidence was in short supply. As a result, chances were scarce in a rather disjointed game and it was in keeping with the game that the opening goal came from a set-piece.

  Kempf rose to meet a corner from the right to head Freiburg in front just after the half-hour mark. Another set piece saw Hertha to level six minutes later, with Ronny ensuring the visitors' first shot on goal found the back of the net with a delightful free-kick curled over the wall.

  Freiburg were on the front foot at the start of the second half. Thomas Kraft saved Klaus' shot at his near post before nearly being beaten by one of his own players when John Anthony Brooks overhit his backpass just wide of the post

  Maximilian Philipp wasted a good opportunity as he looked to pass rather than shoot when clean through on goal. He tried to make amends three minutes later with a shot which was tipped over by Kraft, who also got a hand to Klaus' shot, but could do little more than touch it on to the inside of the post and in.

  Mike Frantz then raced clear in stoppage-time, but his route to goal was blocked by Schulz, who slid in from the side and earned a red card for a foul on the edge of the area. With just ten men and 30 seconds to play, Hertha's hopes of finding an equaliser seemed over, but Ronny's 25-yard shot brought a fine save out of Roma Burki.

  It should have been the last action of the game, but instead the referee gave a free-kick to Hertha 20 yards out, bringing the play back to where Ronny was fouled after shooting. Amid the confusion, Hertha goalkeeper Kraft raced forward and lined five of his team-mates in front of the wall as the clock ticked beyond six minutes over the 90 when Roony eventually ran up to shoot. Kraft's idea worked too, with the Hertha players disturbing the Freiburg wall, which FIFA Coins up to allow Ronny's powerful shot through, a slight deflection taking it past Burki.

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