TSG 1899 Hoffenheim


Ralf Fährmann: That just wasn’t good enough

Despite a 2-0 lead at half time, Schalke were beaten in Sinsheim on Saturday afternoon by TSG 1899 Hoffenheim. Both head coaches spoke to the media about the game, while Sead Kolasinac and Ralf Fährmann also discussed the defeat.


Royal Blues lose 4-2 in Hoffenheim

FC Schalke 04 were beaten 4-2 away at TSG 1899 Hoffenheim on Saturday afternoon. Mark Uth and Shkodran Mustafi put S04 ahead with two first-half goals, before the hosts turned the game around with goals from Andrej Kramaric, Kevin Akpoguma, Christoph Baumgartner and Ihlas Bebou after the break.


Dimitrios Grammozis: The focus is back on football

Despite relegation to Bundesliga 2 being confirmed on the last matchday, FC Schalke 04 will not be taking it easy for the remainder of the season, said head coach Dimitrios Grammozis. Ahead of Saturday’s game at TSG 1899 Hoffenheim (8/5, 15:30 CEST), Grammozis said “We are fully focused on the remaining four games and want to pick up as many points as possible.”

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Christian Gross: Our attacking football was enjoyable

Both head coaches spoke to the media after the 4-0 win over TSG 1899 Hoffenheim on Saturday (9/1), as well as returnee Sead Kolasinac.


Huub Stevens: My most difficult job

Head coaches Huub Stevens and Julian Nagelsmann reflected on Hoffenheim’s convincing win after the game in the VELTINS-Arena. Debutat Jonas Carls also gave his reactions – schalke04.de has summarised the trio’s reactions.


S04 lose 5-2 at home to Hoffenheim

The Royal Blues failed to pick up any points on Easter weekend. An effective TSG 1899 Hoffenheim side strolled to a 5-2 win on Saturday (20/4). VfB Stuttgart had already lost 6-0 to FC Augsburg on Saturday afternoon, meaning that the Knappen are still six points clear of the relegation play-off place.

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Huub Stevens: Put in a good performance with the fans behind us

FC Schalke 04 will be hoping for a better performance against TSG 1899 Hoffenheim on Saturday (20/4, 20:30 CEST), than they put in against 1. FC Nürnberg in a 1-1 draw last Friday. There are still a few uncertainties regarding the squad that head coach Huub Stevens will have available to him.


A good feeling going into the derby

Shortly after the final whistle in the game against Hoffenheim, Schalke started looking forward to the next game. Everyone's focus is now on a game that hasn’t even been played yet. The Revierderby will take place during the upcoming match day. The 1-1 draw in Sinsheim didn’t leave the Royal Blues overjoyed, however they will feel optimistic in their preparations for the derby.

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Bastian Oczipka: Take this mentality and power with us into the derby

Schalke and Hoffenheim drew 1-1 on Saturday, in a game surrounded by handball and penalty controversy. Daniel Caligiuri wanted to see his team be given a second penalty, yet is still pleased to travel back to Gelsenkirchen with one point, as is Domenico Tedesco, even though his team could have ended the match with more. Bastian Oczipka wants to take the momentum from the game into next weekend’s derby. schalke04.de compiled their reaction after the match.


Courageous Schalke earn a point in Sinsheim

Schalke earned a valuable point on Saturday away at Hoffenheim. Andrej Kramaric put the hosts ahead with a penalty kick, before Nabil Bentaleb levelled the scores, also from the spot.


Breel Embolo: It was a bit of a rollercoaster ride

We paid a trip to the VELTINS-Arena mixed zone after the Royal Blues’ 2-1 win over TSG Hoffenheim to get the thoughts of Breel Embolo, Franco Di Santo and Thilo Kehrer.


2-1 home victory over Hoffenheim

FC Schalke 04 came out on top of Saturday evening’s headline Bundesliga game on matchday 23 against TSG 1899 Hoffenheim. Courtesy of goals from Thilo Kehrer and Breel Embolo, Schalke were able to get a key three points on the board with a 2-1 win. For TSG, Andrej Kramaric reduced the deficit with 15 minutes remaining on the clock.