The first semi-finals of the DFB Pokal immediately resulted in a great match. Werder Bremen managed to stand up against RB Leipzig, but in the last minute of the extension the lid was pruned on the nose. In England, Leicester City has left unnecessarily points in the Premier League, visiting Southampton.
Werder Bremen – RB Leipzig 1-2The first semi-final in the DFB Pokal immediately resulted in a beautiful match. Werder Bremen laid fire to the RB Leipzig of the current Bayern Munich trainer Julian Nagelsmann and managed to pull an extension by keeping the stand at 0-0 after more than 90 minutes.
In the extra time it seemed to go wrong for Werder: Hee-Chan Hwang turned it 0-1 after three minutes of extension. However, Werder fought back in the match and after a goal of Leonardo Bittencourt, penalties seemed to be needed to force a decision. However, the evening ended in a drama for Werder: Emil Forsberg made the decisive hit in the final minute of the extension, which allowed Leipzig to prepare for the final of the DFB Pokal.
Southampton – Leicester City 1-1Leicester City has not managed to win Southampton despite a flood of opportunities. After ten minutes of playing with a man less, Jannik Vestergaard was able to take a shower after he let the ball slip under his foot. In an attempt to fix this, he went far too hard with Jamie Vardy, who was deprived of a scoring opportunity.
Despite the man-more situation, Leicester didnt get to score. Southampton even took the lead after sixty minutes of play. James Ward-Prowse used a penalty kick after a handsball by Kalechi Iheanacho. In the end, Leicester managed to get a point through Jonny Evans, who headed a ball behind Southampton keeper Alex McCarthy. The battle for the Champions League tickets in the Premier League continues to be exciting.