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Second game, second draw: Burke saves Werder a point | NDR.de – Sports


Status: 15.08.2022 00:01

Newly promoted Werder Bremen drew 2-2 (1-1) in their home game against VfB Stuttgart thanks to a late goal by Oliver Burke. The first game of the season in Wolfsburg ended the same way.

by Christian Goertzen

This time, however, the joy of the draw was far greater than a week earlier. There was enormous enthusiasm in the Weser Stadium. The point rescuer enjoyed his moment. “It’s a very nice feeling. Of course I’m very happy with my first goal. Hopefully there will be more,” Burke told NDR. In the fifth minute of injury time, the Scottish joker managed to equalize with the last action of the game. SV Werder celebrated the bearded man with a thumbs-up photo.

“‘Burky’ did exactly what we needed from him – the deep runs when we’re all flat and he comes in. He did a great job,” praised Niclas Füllkrug, scorer to make it 1-0, after the second draw in this season.

Dream start for Werder: filling jug hits fast

Like a week before, the green-whites were in the Game at VfL Wolfsburg, extremely focused and full of vigour. The difference: This time they rewarded themselves. After Marvin Ducksch had passed the ball to the left flank, Anthony Jung crossed into the middle of the penalty area, where Füllkrug resolutely climbed up and headed the ball into the top left corner to make it 1-0 (4th minute). With a bit more luck, the start would have been even better: Füllkrug, whose participation had long been questionable due to a thigh injury, hit the bar from 16 meters (9′).

It took the Swabians more than half an hour to get into dangerous action for the first time. Captain Wataru Endo tested Werder keeper Jiri Pavlenka, who played despite a broken nose, with a long-range shot (32′). Ole Werner didn’t hesitate to use his number one despite the injury. “He also holds the balls with his hand and not with his nose,” the coach had said succinctly in the run-up to the game.

In the 38th minute the Czech couldn’t reach the ball with his hands either. Endo took another shot from a similar position. Pavlenka didn’t look too happy when he scored to make it 1-1 (38th). The result also went into the break.

Bremen without momentum after the break…

The hosts came back on the pitch without their defender Amos Pieper, who suffered a contused skull during a rescue operation. There they took it much easier than at the beginning of the first half. This reticence took revenge in the 77th minute. After losing the ball in the Stuttgart half, things happened very quickly: Sasa Kalajdzic passed the ball well into Silas Katompa Mvumpa’s path and the Congolese shot into the right corner to make it 2-1 (77th). He almost made it 3-1 just a few seconds later, but Pavlenka kept his team in the game with a save.

…but then Burke is there

And that paid off very late. In the fifth minute of stoppage time, the hosts were allowed to celebrate extensively. Burke, who had been substituted just a few minutes earlier, converted Mitchell Weiser’s pass with his outside instep to make it 2:2. A roar of excitement erupted. And a few seconds later again when it was announced that the video referee had no objection to the goal.

2nd matchday, 13.08.2022 3:30 p.m

Werder Bremen


VfB Stuttgart



  • 1:2

    Katompa Mvumpa (77th)

Werder Bremen:
Pavlenka – Pieper (46th N. Stark), Veljkovic, Friedl – Weiser, Gruew (84th Rapp), A. Jung (84th Buchanan) – Bittencourt (84th Burke), Stage (78th R. Schmid) – filling jug , Ducksch

VfB Stuttgart:
F. Müller – Mavropanos, Anton, Ito – Vagnoman (69th Stenzel), W. Endo, Katompa Mvumpa (81st Karazor) – Führich (70th Egloff), Ahamada – Tomás (59th Sosa), Kalajdzic (81st L . piper)

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Soccer – FIFA suspends India’s Football Association – Sport


Soccer:FIFA suspends India’s football federation

The FIFA logo can be seen at the headquarters of world football’s governing body in Zurich. Photo: Ennio Leanza/KEYSTONE/epa/dpa (Photo: dpa)

Directly from the dpa news channel

Zurich (dpa) – India’s football association has been suspended by FIFA with immediate effect. This was announced by the World Football Association on Monday. The reason for the drastic step is the improper influence of third parties, which represents a serious violation of the FIFA Statutes.

India’s highest court dissolved the Football Association of India (AIFF) in May. A three-person committee will now have the say, change the AIFF statutes and organize elections.

FIFA said that the suspension that has now been imposed will only be lifted once the court order to set up the new committee has been revoked “and the AIFF administration is once again in charge of the entire management of the AIFF”.

Due to the suspension, the women’s U17 World Cup (October 11-30) cannot take place in India, it said. However, they are “in constant contact with the Indian Ministry of Youth and Sports” and believe in a positive outcome of the matter.

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Konstanze Klosterhalfen is fourth over 10,000 meters – Sport


Before the 10,000 meters in Munich, Konstanze Klosterhalfen said she was hoping for a brisk race: First strolling, then a crisp sprint, that was never her core competence. The hopes were then dashed – a false start, also not customary on the longest track distance. When it worked, it actually got brisk, the Brit Eilish McCoglan did what she had last done in Hengelo with her 30:19.02 minutes: She dragged the field behind her. Many found themselves in the Grupetto early on, including Alina Reh. The second German starter fought her way to the finish line in eighth place in 32:14.02 minutes.

And Klosterhalfen: Was there when there were only five at the front after three kilometers, shortly afterwards there were four, McCoglan, Yasemin Can from Turkey, Lonah Salpeter from Israel, three weeks ago third in the World Cup marathon (!) by Eugene .

The clapping of the approximately 15,000 spectators who had endured it in the rather windy Olympic Stadium swelled more and more – until Can tore the group at the front to pieces. Klosterhalfen fought back, but still had to watch for about three kilometers how Can (gold), McCoglan (silver) and Salpeter (bronze) negotiated the main prizes. She was able to count fourth place and 31:05.21 minutes, just above her German record, as a success after a season that was rarely kind to her. A fall had weakened her in winter, and a Covid infection robbed her of a lot of energy in front of Eugene. The fact that she is approaching her best form again could also be seen from the fact that the 25-year-old also registered for the 5000 meters in Munich next Thursday.

Kaul lays the foundation for a good decathlon result

Meanwhile, the delicate German hope for a medal in shot put did not flourish either: Sara Gambetta (5th / 18.48 meters), Julia Ritter (6th / 18.29) and Katharina Maisch (8th / 18.01) remained too far behind Best performances, the 18.94 of third-placed Jorinde van Klinken from the Netherlands were too much. The 20.24 of the new European champion Jessica Schilder anyway.

Otherwise, many DLV athletes poured a foundation for Tuesday evening, on which many hopes are already piling up. Decathlete Niklas Kaul bounced strongly through day one, with 4184 points and seventh place. Nice competition with the Swiss Simon Ehammer, who was in the lead at halftime with 4661 points, accompanied by the sound of cowbells. Frenchman Kevin Mayer, world champion in Eugene three weeks ago, slipped out of the competition injured after just 100 meters.

As expected, the discus throwers Kristin Pudenz, Claudine Vita and Shanice Craft made it through to the final with confidence, but there were also some German disappointments in the qualifications: Mohamed Mohumed, for example, who was promising for the final over 5000 meters on Tuesday, was over 1500 in the preliminary heat meters without a chance. Rebekka Haase (11.50) and Tatjana Pinto (11.43) just made it to the semi-finals over 100 meters, Gina Lückenkemper was seeded for the semi-finals. It won’t be slowing down on Tuesday either.

Schalke: That’s the question all Schalke fans ask themselves – when does Terodde take pictures? | Sports


All Schalke fans ask themselves that |

When does Terodde take pictures?

This point is encouraging!

Schalke has arrived in the Bundesliga against Gladbach (2-2). In order to master the mission of staying up, the climber must continue to improve. BILD answers the questions that all fans are now asking themselves…

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When does Terodde take pictures?

Promotion hero Simon Terodde (30 goals) was clear on Saturday that he still lacks fitness after the muscle injury in the pre-season. In the run-intensive Kramer system, he should share the striker position with Sebastian Polter (31) anyway. In view of the fewer playing times, it could still be a long time before the 1st Terodde goal.

Does Král have to leave for Latza on Saturday?

Czech star Alex Král (24) was involved in both goals conceded. But the “six” still has credit. Also because captain Danny Latza (32) is only seen as an alternative to a limited extent internally.

Is Zalazar playing wrong?

A little bit! Uru racer Rodrigo Zalazar (23/scored 1-0 against Gladbach) often acts too wildly and is then flat after an hour. Good for S04: He has room for improvement when it comes to efficiency and cleverness (strength management).

Coach Frank Kramer (50): “He has to get used to the Bundesliga. We need players who can give 100 percent for 90 minutes.”

Is Schalke still strengthening?

Quite possible! If sports director Rouven Schröder (46) gets rid of the sales candidates (Harit, Thiaw, Lode, Idrizi), last-minute purchases are possible – for the attack department and the flanks.

Sports director Peter Knäbel (55) at BILD TV: “The next two weeks will be very exciting and interesting – with maximum pressure for us. We all know that we still have to do something about the squad, especially when it comes to taxes.”

After 26 years of marriage: Natalia and Vitali Klitschko are getting divorced! | politics


After 25 years of marriage: Natalia (48) and Vitali Klitschko (51) are getting divorced!

After 25 years of marriage: Natalia (48) and Vitali Klitschko (51) are getting divorced!

After 25 years of marriage: Natalia (48) and Vitali Klitschko (51) are getting divorced!

After 25 years of marriage: Natalia (48) and Vitali Klitschko (51) are getting divorced!

After 25 years of marriage: Natalia (48) and Vitali Klitschko (51) are getting divorced!

After 25 years of marriage: Natalia (48) and Vitali Klitschko (51) are getting divorced!

After 25 years of marriage: Natalia (48) and Vitali Klitschko (51) are getting divorced!

After 25 years of marriage: Natalia (48) and Vitali Klitschko (51) are getting divorced!

After 25 years of marriage: Natalia (48) and Vitali Klitschko (51) are getting divorced!

After 25 years of marriage: Natalia (48) and Vitali Klitschko (51) are getting divorced!

Confession at “My husband can”: With whom Giulia Siegel kisses | entertainment


Confession at “My Husband Can” |

With whom Giulia Siegel snogged

New challenges at “My husband can” on Monday evening!

Moderator Daniel Boschmann (41) welcomed four celebrity couples whose men competed against each other to bag the prize of 10,000 euros for a good cause.

Reality TV supermama Silvia Wollny (57) ventured into the show with partner Harald Elsenbast (62), singer Joey Heindle (29) brought girlfriend Ramona Elsener (30) with her. Reality star and DJane Giulia Siegel (47) wanted to win with friend Ludwig Heer (41).

The “Summer House of the Stars” couple Lisha (36) and Lou (34) also took part – and this time Lisha in particular did not mince words. When Boschmann asked the Elffach mother Silvia Wollny: “What is your husband particularly good at?” Lisha slipped out: “Be fertile!”

Lou works hard for his Lisha

Photo: SAT.1 / Julia Feldhagen

However, the first game had to be played by Joey Heindle, who managed to jump over a bar from a swing without any problems. Giulia and Ludwig soon caught up, but Giulia got into a good chatting mood before the game of sorting and assigning. Daniel Boschmann explained the challenge: pictures of royal couples should be assigned to each other.

And Giulia already revealed that her Ludwig is a passionate fan of gossip: “He’s the one who reads the gossip magazines. He has more information about celebrities and what they do.” Boschmann didn’t mince his words and wanted to know: “Who is he most keen on?”

Giulia revealed relaxed: “To all women.” And not only that – the seal friend also loves to make contact with the female TV world. Giulia explained: “He then also writes to the girls on Instagram.” However, that doesn’t bother her at all, she even sees a rendezvous easily: “He can also meet them. I do not have a problem with it.”

Daniel Boschmann wanted to go into more detail: “Is that something like an open relationship?” Giulia denied that, but then admitted that she herself is not a child of sadness: “It’s not like I wouldn’t too make out with a girl or something…I’m not bisexual, but I like making out.”

Daniel Boschmann at the table with Lisha, Ramona Elsener, Giulia Siegel Silvia Wollny (from left)

Daniel Boschmann at the table with Lisha, Ramona Elsener, Giulia Siegel Silvia Wollny (from left)

Photo: SAT.1 / Julia Feldhagen

Heindle friend Ramona doesn’t think much of jealousy either – which in turn caused Lisha to be dismayed: “What’s the matter with you?” he would not live anymore. He can text ME!”

But then her husband got a huge smack after the final game, in which he played against Giulia’s partner Ludwig Heer. A cocktail had to be mixed from a lofty height – and although restaurateur Ludwig was first in the lead, Lou was able to turn things around at the last second.

Lisha and Lou were thus named “My husband can – power couple” and immediately agreed on where the prize money of 10,000 euros should be donated: “Animal welfare. Always animal welfare!”

“ZDF Fernsehgarten”: Who else changed everything on TV? | entertainment


After Kiewel’s “I have to” statement on the ZDF television garden |

Who changed how and why on TV?

What’s next?

Strange scene in the “ZDF TV Garden” on Sunday. Moderator Andrea Kiewel (57) took a bumpy gender break – said that she “must” do it.

When asked by BILD, ZDF denied it. Kievel stated that she changed out of “deepest conviction”.

Member of the Bundestag Kai Wegner (49, CDU) still sees the action critically. He to BILD: “Gender is annoying. No more this aloof artificial language.”

How does it look otherwise in the TV landscape?

► According to a spokeswoman, ZDF has “no specifications and regulations”. Editors and moderators make their own decisions.

► And at the ARD? In general, there are no specifications for gendering at the nine broadcasting stations. But when it comes to HR, editors are recommended to use “gender-fair language”. SWR and RBB have guidelines.

Judith Rakers moderates the Tagesschau: ARD does not yet have a gender requirement

Photo: NDR/Thorsten Jander

How are the private broadcasters doing? An RTL spokeswoman: “We advocate gender-sensitive language, but our moderators do not gender.”

According to an INSA survey for BILD, 74 percent of those questioned do not think that the German language should change in the interests of gender equality.

Only 15 percent find it good that gender-neutral language is used in public service broadcasting.

Gendern: That’s what’s behind it

Proponents of so-called gendering want an “inclusive language” for all gender identities. They believe that the generic masculine (“the readers”) only means men (and possibly including women).

They often regard double forms (“readers”) as insufficient, because that would not address the “alternative genders”.

That’s why they mostly write about “readers”. Sometimes they use a colon, underscore, or slash instead of an asterisk. There is also the progressive form (“readers”).

Elvis: His family makes so much money with him today | entertainment


The King died 45 years ago |

Who collects the most from the Elvis heirs?

When it comes to making money, he’s the king!

Tuesday 16 August. Music legend Elvis Presley († 42) died 45 years ago today. But for his fans, Presley lives on, thousands now make the pilgrimage to the Elvis estate Graceland in Memphis (USA), listen to the songs, watch the new Elvis film in the cinema.

The cash register rings! The market value of Elvis Presley Enterprises? Has increased to around 1 billion euros in the last two years. The record company Sony makes an average annual turnover of 23 million euros with Elvis’ songs.

The heirs of the music legend: Elvis’ ex-wife Priscilla Presley (centre) with her daughter Lisa Marie (2nd from left) and their daughters Harper (13, from left), Riley and Finley (13) in Los Angeles at the end of June

Photo: Eric Charbonneau/Shutterstock

Winner? Elvis’ ex Priscilla (77). Her fortune is now estimated at around 50 million euros. Together with banker Jack Soden (76, head of Presley-Enterprises), she developed, among other things, Graceland into a fan location.

He to BILD: “Only the White House is better known than us.”

Elvis’ granddaughter Riley Keough (33) cashes in as a model for luxury brands. your fortune? Around 5 million euros.

In 1976 Elvis and Priscilla married in Las Vegas

In 1976 Elvis and Priscilla married in Las Vegas


Loser: Priscilla and Elvis’ daughter Lisa-Marie (54). She is said to have accumulated debts of around 16 million euros, as came out in 2018 when she divorced guitarist Michael Lockwood (61).

Because of de Jong: “Mafia” attack against Barça | Sports


Next chapter in Barcelona and Frenkie de Jong’s smutty divorce (25)!

Ex-Holland star Rafael van der Vaart (39) accuses the Barça bosses of mafia-like approaches in dealing with his compatriot, says on TV on “Ziggo Sport”: “You can’t treat people like that. Frenkie earns too much? First you sign a contract and then you fulfill it or you go on good terms but not like that. This is mafia and they must be punished.”

Background: The Catalans have financial problems, but still bought new stars (including Lewandowski) for 153 million. “Old” Barça stars like de Jong (came in 2019 for 80 million) are therefore under pressure to either leave Barça or join one giving up most of their salary.

Friede Springer celebrates her 80th: “A woman with a big heart” | politics


Friede Springer celebrates her 80th birthday |

“A woman with a big heart”

A big time for Friede Springer, who celebrated her 80th birthday this Monday in the Springer House in Berlin!

Around 150 guests were invited to the reception on the 19th floor, including the very first row from German politics, culture and media: EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, former Federal Presidents Horst Köhler and Joachim Gauck, Princess Gloria von Thurn und Taxis, Minister of Finance Christian Lindner, Prime Minister of North Rhine-Westphalia Hendrik Wüst, former Interior Minister Wolfgang Schäuble!

Above all, Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz praised Friede Springer in his speech as “a woman with clear convictions and a big heart”. Scholz: “Thank you for everything you have done and are doing for a free press!”

Ex-Federal President Joachim Gauck: “She should stay as she is”

Photo: ©Niels Starnick/Image/BamS

Hug and congratulations from Mathias Döpfner:

Hug and congratulations from Mathias Döpfner: “I envy your optimism”

Photo: picture alliance/dpa

Axel Springer CEO Mathias Döpfner emphasized Friede Springer’s “modesty, down-to-earthness, her courage”. Döpfner referred to the commitment of the Friede Springer Foundation named after her. On this day, the birthday child seems like someone “who is at peace with themselves. You radiate that and infect others with it.”

Friede Springer returned the praise to Döpfner: “Mathias, you have turned the company into a world-class group.” Thank you “everyone for this great party. I’m happy and satisfied!”

Holocaust survivor Margot Friedländer:

Holocaust survivor Margot Friedländer: “Hope she’ll be 100 – like me”

Photo: BrauerPhotos / J.Reetz

Gloria von Thurn und Taxis:

Gloria von Thurn und Taxis: “I wish her that she keeps her zest for life”

Photo: ©Niels Starnick/Image/BamS

Friede Springer (centre) with EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen (right) and Berlin's Governing Mayor Franziska Giffey

Friede Springer (M.) with EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen (R.) and Berlin’s Governing Mayor Franziska Giffey (L.)

Photo: Daniel Biskup

Congratulated together: Prince Georg Friedrich of Prussia with his wife Sophie

Congratulated together: Prince Georg Friedrich of Prussia with his wife Sophie

Photo: BrauerPhotos / J.Reetz

Chancellor Wolfgang Schmidt (left) and Angela Merkel's husband Joachim Sauer (right)

Chancellor Wolfgang Schmidt (left) and Angela Merkel’s husband Joachim Sauer (right)

Photo: Daniel Biskup

A Century Life

Born in 1942 on Föhr (North Sea). 1965 nanny for publisher Axel Springer (including BILD, WELT). 1978 marriage.

After the death of her husband (1985), she took over the helm of the publishing house, fended off attacks from shareholders and the competition, continued Axel Springer’s fight against Jew hatred and for freedom of the press and freedom of expression. Friede Springer: “At first I was totally overwhelmed.” But: “Giving up was not an option.”

Private happiness: Axel Springer shortly before his death with his wife Friede on her 43rd birthday (1985)

Private happiness: Axel Springer shortly before his death with his wife Friede on her 43rd birthday (1985)

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Elegant: Friede and Axel Springer in 1973 at the Vienna Opera Ball

Elegant: Friede and Axel Springer in 1973 at the Vienna Opera Ball

Photo: Corporate Archives

Friede Springer ensured the transition of the media company into a digital future, remained in a key position on the Supervisory Board of Axel Springer SE, heads the non-profit Axel Springer Foundation and also founded her own Friede Springer Foundation.

The jubilarian on Monday: “Not a single day was boring!”