German Cup: Julian Nagelsmann, coach of the Leipzig team, expressed his great happiness for snatching the qualification card for the German Cup final, after the team scored a fatal victory over its host Werder Bremen, with two goals to one, after referring to overtime, in the match that brought the two teams together on Friday evening, on the stadium. Fesser Stadion “in the framework of the semi-finals of the competition, indicating that he hopes to end his career with Leipzig by winning the title.
Nagelsmann said in remarks after the end of the match: “Winning the German Cup means a lot to me and Leipzig, regardless of Bayern Munich training next season, the players fought hard, and I hope we can celebrate winning the title together.”
Nagelsmann continued, saying: “I am very happy with my work with the team over two years, and I always strive to make the team in the circle of the best and competition, through hard work and diligence in training, and I would be very happy if we were able to win the title at the end of my career with the team.”
It is worth noting that Nagelsmann will officially coach Bayern Munich from next season for 5 seasons, as a substitute for Hans Flick, who is close to taking over the German national team training after Euro 2020.
Leipzig, a youngster, is seeking to win the German Cup this season, to be the first title in its history, as it has never won any championships.
With that result, the Leipzig team will meet in the German Cup final on May 13th, with the winner of the Borussia Dortmund match, and his guest Holstein Kiel, who is participating in the First Division, in the meeting scheduled for Saturday evening.
The Seventh Day TV acquired the live broadcasting rights for the semi-finals and the final of the German Cup from the German Football Association, through our partner “OneFootball” for the first time in the Middle East and North Africa, via the Youm7 TV website.
The Seventh Day TV provides a distinctive service to all its followers and fans of global football in general and German in particular through an analytical studio in the presence of game stars to highlight the matches and provide a hearty Ramadan meal about the teams’ journey and the road to the semi-finals and the final match.