The first half of Friday’s game in the Bundesliga was a goalless affair but the third period saw the home side Hertha get their things in order. And in the end, they beat Greuther Fürth 2-1.
The first half finished 0-0 and it took until the 57th minute before Branimir Hrgota netted to give Greuther Fürth the lead.
With barely 30 minutes on the clock, Hertha Berlin’s Jurgen Ekkelenkamp scored with an assist by Marton Dardai, and equalised.
2-1 came through an own-goal in the 79th minute, which was the final result.
The result means the fifth game in a row without a win for Greuther Fürth.
Hertha Berlin have 2 wins and and 3 losses with a 7–12 goal difference in the last 5 games, while Greuther Fürth have 1 draw 4 losses and a 3–13 goal difference.
Hertha Berlin are now in ninth place, while Greuther Fürth are in 18th and last place.
Hertha Berlin have scored 7 goals. They have scored three goals at home. They’ve conceded 12 goals in total.
Greuther Fürth have scored 3 goals in this campaign. Away from home they have scored 3 goals. They’ve conceded 13 goals in total.
Hertha Berlin have opened the score in 1 of their 4 of the games, and have a winning ratio of 0 percent when scoring the first goal.
After this game in the Bundesliga, Hertha Berlin will take on Red Bull Leipzig (away) on 24 September 2021, Freiburg (home) on 01 October 2021 and Eintracht Frankfurt (away) on 15 October 2021. Greuther Fürth play Bayern München (home) on 23 September 2021, FC Köln (away) on 01 October 2021 and Bochum (home) on 15 October 2021.