A look at what’s happening in European soccer on Monday: GERMANY It’s the last chance for Hertha Berlin to avoid relegation from the Bundesliga and a wave of “schadenfreude” across the league. Despite its big ambitions, the “Big City Club” is 1-0 down and needs to win the second leg of its playoff against Hamburger SV in Hamburg to stay in the top tier. Hertha’s fall in fortune has come despite backer Lars Windhorst’s investment of 374 million euros ($395 million) in the club since 2019. It was
Olson was assaulted by Man City fans several times as he ran off the pitch at the end of the game.
Supporters have run onto the field after a number of recent high-profile Premier League and EFL matches.