Bundesliga scandal game: So escalated Freiburg against Frankfurt

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A body check, a pack formation and two red cards: This is the balance of the injury time of the Bundesliga match between SC Freiburg and Eintracht Frankfurt. Frankfurt captain David Abraham had run in the fifth minute of injury time to the Freiburg substitute bench to perform a quick throw-in. He met Freiburg coach Christian Streich, whom Abraham summarily raced.

Streich fell to the ground, for Abraham and Vincenzo Grifo, who took the Frankfurt captain in a pack formation after the action against prank in the face, there was red. Read through the picture gallery, how the situation escalated – and how the main actors again tolerated:

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                                            To <b>94 minutes and 35 seconds</b> The Bundesliga game of SC Freiburg against Eintracht Frankfurt, there was a scandal. Freiburg coach Christian Streich was checked away by Frankfurt captain David Abraham on the sidelines.
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                                            &quot;He&#39;s just a young buffalo, I&#39;m 54,&quot; said Streich after the game on the scene. &quot;He&#39;s an emotional guy, the fuse blown him.&quot;
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                                            Abraham was on his way towards the Freiburg Bank to quickly bring a ball flown back into play. On TV pictures can be seen how Streich ran through the ball and apparently said a few words in the direction of Abraham. Then there was the Rempler.
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90 minutes and 39 seconds: There were riots in front of the Freiburg Bank, some substitutes of the sports club stormed towards Abraham. Even Frankfurter ran to the scene, coach Adi Hutter remained, judging by television images, but in his coaching zone.

                                            The previously replaced Freiburg Vincenzo Grifo (right) attacked Abraham in the turmoil in the face.
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94 minutes and 41 seconds: It developed a large casserole, called "pack formation" footballers and especially sports journalists like that. Only after minutes had the situation calmed down again.

95 minutes and 32 seconds: At first, Abraham saw the red card. Afterwards referee Felix Brych also dismissed Freiburg's Grifo. In addition, Freiburg co-coach Florian Bruns was warned with yellow. There were no other cards.

                                            After his dismissal Abraham needed something to come to rest again. Christian Streich tried to calm him down. &quot;I&#39;m not a very unforgiving person, he came to me and apologized,&quot; said Streich after the match. &quot;It&#39;s done for me.&quot; A ban will await both Abraham and Grifo nevertheless.
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                                            Frankfurt published a statement by Abraham in the evening. &quot;I would like to apologize formally to Christian Streich,&quot; it says. &quot;I wanted to bring the ball back into play as quickly as possible in the last minute of stoppage time and have had to dodge, so I am very happy that we talked after the match and everything is fine between us.&quot;
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Eintracht Frankfurt tweeted after the game a photo on which Grifo and Abraham shook hands: "Christian Streich, David Abraham and Vincenzo Grifo have spoken out after the game," it said in the post. Also Freiburg's Twitter account shared the picture and wrote: "After the game you shake hands."



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https://www.spiegel.de/sport/fussball/bundesliga-skandalspiel-so-eskalierte-freiburg-gegen-frankfurt-a-1295806.html

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